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I know a couple people on this forum apparantly work for Wal-Mart:

 

 

 

Anyone know if the Wal-Mart gift card can be used to buy gas at Wal-Mart?

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I always buy a gift card to buy gas at walmart or Sams Club.

 

but I don't work at Walmart

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I know a couple people on this forum apparantly work for Wal-Mart:

 

 

 

Anyone know if the Wal-Mart gift card can be used to buy gas at Wal-Mart?

YES (ASSUMING IT IS OFFERED)

 

$0.03 OFF

 

The city I live outside of doesn't allow gas stations at WAL*MART/SAMS

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Thank you GEORGE.

 

I recently got a $25 gift card from work as an "employee bonus" for being the best sales associate of the week.

 

Really didn't need anything at Wal-Mart now, but free gas with prices of $2.40 a gallon is nice.

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The city I live outside of doesn't allow gas stations at WAL*MART/SAMS

 

Why not? Afraid the parking lot might get too busy? Afraid it might hinder competition? Afraid it might drive the mom-and-pop stations out of business?

 

In a country where gas is going up in price everyday it is places like Wal-Mart, Sam's, Costco, the grocers, and the other discounters that are at least helping us save a bit on our gas.

 

I don't understand why so many places have a beef with Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, etc. If you don't like those places, don't shop there. Simple as that.

 

It's funny, the people who complain about the mom-and-pop downtown shops being hurt are the same ones you see at the Wal-Mart grand opening.

 

I'll support local business when I can (especially if they have stuff Wal-Mart doesn't). Kudos to downtown associations that have shifted their focus to selling stuff that Wal-Mart doesn't.

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The city I live outside of doesn't allow gas stations at WAL*MART/SAMS

 

Why not? Afraid the parking lot might get too busy? Afraid it might hinder competition? Afraid it might drive the mom-and-pop stations out of business?

 

In a country where gas is going up in price everyday it is places like Wal-Mart, Sam's, Costco, the grocers, and the other discounters that are at least helping us save a bit on our gas.

 

I don't understand why so many places have a beef with Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, etc. If you don't like those places, don't shop there. Simple as that.

 

It's funny, the people who complain about the mom-and-pop downtown shops being hurt are the same ones you see at the Wal-Mart grand opening.

 

I'll support local business when I can (especially if they have stuff Wal-Mart doesn't). Kudos to downtown associations that have shifted their focus to selling stuff that Wal-Mart doesn't.

ASK THE CITY...NOT ME

 

I DON'T LIVE THERE FOR MANY REASONS

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"DOWNTOWN" IS TOO FAR NORTH!!!

 

1 HOUR PARKING!!!

 

(YOU CAN'T EVEN GO TO EAT THERE BECAUSE SOMETIMES YOU WANT TO SPEND LONGER THAN 1 HOUR EATING)

 

VERY FEW STORES HAVE STUFF THAT YOU CAN GET FOR UNDER $50

 

WAL-MART HURTS THEM HOW???

 

WAL-MART SHOPPERS SOMETIMES GET A WHOLE CART FULL FOR $50 or $100

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The city I live outside of doesn't allow gas stations at WAL*MART/SAMS

 

Why not? Afraid the parking lot might get too busy? Afraid it might hinder competition? Afraid it might drive the mom-and-pop stations out of business?

 

In a country where gas is going up in price everyday it is places like Wal-Mart, Sam's, Costco, the grocers, and the other discounters that are at least helping us save a bit on our gas.

 

I don't understand why so many places have a beef with Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, etc. If you don't like those places, don't shop there. Simple as that.

 

It's funny, the people who complain about the mom-and-pop downtown shops being hurt are the same ones you see at the Wal-Mart grand opening.

 

I'll support local business when I can (especially if they have stuff Wal-Mart doesn't). Kudos to downtown associations that have shifted their focus to selling stuff that Wal-Mart doesn't.

ASK THE CITY...NOT ME

 

I DON'T LIVE THERE FOR MANY REASONS

ZONING BOARD

 

WATER RUNOFF INTO THE RIVERS!!!

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