Originally Posted by markopolo
We mostly buy gas from our local Co-op group. They give us X amount of Co-op dollars per litre
which we then spend in the grocery store.....
So I guess I'm really just buying the cheapest gas.
Slightly off topic but it seems like the cheapest place to buy bananas around these parts is the Irving gas stations and the bananas are usually in good shape.
That's interesting because we started noticing a few US truck stops offer what appears to be
some good looking "fresh" fruit near their cash registers. I suspect they are pricier than the
$ 0.49/lb. bananas in the No Frills or Food Basics stores, but they do look like they're edible.
What do you pay for a banana at Uncle Irving's? We see apples, and sometimes oranges, too.
Although, we usually stop at a truck stop for gas, and a 20oz. French Roast coffee for $1.49.
TOP THAT, TIM HORTONS!!!!!!