8 Ways To Get Free Gas This Summer

Very few of us, if any, can say they haven’t felt the strain associated with record high gasoline prices. To help ease some of the pain at the pump, Wisebread has put together a list of 8 promotions that that offer free gas or some money you can put toward gas. The promotions, inside…

8. State and local carpooling programs
New Jersey’s Carpooling Makes Sense Program will give $100 to new carpools committing to 24 days over 2 months. San Mateo, California is offering $60 for standard carpools and $80 for hybrid or clean-air certified carpools per member. Check to see if your area is offering any incentives.

7. Callaway Golf Clubs
With purchase of certain drivers, Callaway is offering $50-$100 in American Express Fill It Up Cards. Check their website for details.

6. Choice Hotels
Hotels such as Comfort Inn, Clarion and Sleep Inn will give you a $50 gas card with 3 separate stays until August 14th if you register for their points program. Details are available at their website.

5. Hotels.com
Hotels.com is offering a $50 gas card with a 3-night booking before July 6th. Use code GAS50. More details at their website.

4. State Tourism Boards
Many places across the country such as Traverse City, Michigan and Aspen, Colorado as well as certain areas in Florida are offering $25 to $50 for guests that book stays at their hospitality businesses. Check your travel board or destination location for more offers.

3. Hasbro
Hasbro is offering a $10 gas card with the purchase of 3 participating board games until July 31. See their website for details.

2. Toyota
Toyota is offering a $50 gas card if you buy tires from a participating dealer until June 30th. Check their website for the list of retailers.

1. Hertz
If you rent a Hertz car through Travelocity it comes with a free tank of gas before June 30th. Check out Travelocity’s offer for details.

9 Summer Offers That Will Give You Gas
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