CBenson wrote:Based on this thread, I will enter the cash price. But, most aren't going to see this thread. I simply don't think it going to work well to rely on people knowing the "standard."
...It seem to me to be highly beneficial for waze to simply state that the prices that are shown from the external source are cash prices and that they should be updated by wazers with the cash price...
daknife wrote:One more point against cash prices. The majority of drivers today pay at the pump.
daknife wrote:Say what you will I will be reporting credit price, for that matter that's the price I report to Gas Buddy as well. It does not make sense to report the false lower price, unless there is an option to specify the fact that there is a price difference for carrying dangerous amounts of cash.
mapcat wrote:Standards are standards, as long as everyone's following them. Unfortunately, not all gas stations follow a standard.
Some display the cash price.
Some display the cash price and the credit price.
Some display the price you pay if you use their proprietary credit card.
Some display the price for anyone with a store discount card.
Some display the price you pay if you buy a car wash too.
And naturally, practices vary state by state, city by city.
AndyPoms wrote:Debit Card users pay the Credit price, not the Cash price.
AndyPoms wrote:On another note, the "legal" price for gas in Connecticut is the CREDIT price. Retailers are allowed to give a discount for paying Cash, but it is up to the individual gas station - IF they participate they must post BOTH prices on the pumps.
AndyPoms wrote:I think the simplest solution is to provide a Cash Price and a Credit Price in the app.
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