Free Gasoline And How To Get It
There is free gasoline out there available for the taking. Well, sort of. Contests and promotions giving away gasoline are on the rise as gas prices peak and as consumers look for ways to save. Read the fine print before entering any contest.
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Paying $3 for a gallon of gasoline is proving to be too much for some people. Taking mass transportation, riding a bike, and walking are some of the things people are doing to help them cope. Several promotions that actually give away free gasoline are being touted by a few companies. Let’s take a look at some of the more popular ones and see if one can possibly work for you.
Buy a Mitsubishi, get free gasoline for one year. Go to Mitsubishi’s web site and the following information about their offer is posted: “There's only one way to beat the high cost of gas. That's in the driver's seat of a new Mitsubishi. Buy or lease any new 2005 Mitsubishi and receive a year's worth of gas from Mitsubishi Motors. You get to choose any one of Mitsubishi's 2005 vehicles or the hot new 2006 Galant or Endeavor, and we'll pick up the cost of your gas for a whole year.” Visit www.mitsubishi-motors.com for details.
Free gasoline for one year. Shasta County, California residents have the opportunity to win free gasoline for one year by entering radio station Q97’s “Song of the Day” contest. Restrictions apply; visit http://q97country.com/gasrules.shtml for a list of all the rules.
Win 1500 gallons of gasoline or $3500. Survey Networks will be giving away free gasoline or cash to a lucky winner who will be chosen via random drawing: http://www.surveynetworks.com/survey.cfm?ref=15618
Win Free Gas For Two Years. Publishers Clearinghouse is giving away up free gas for some lucky winner in a drawing to be held this December. Visit www.pch.com for more information.
There are other contests and promotions being held right now, but some require that you sign a contract and/or agree to purchase other products for the chance to get “free” gas. Of course, any contest or promotion that requires a separate purchase is not truly free. Read the fine print and think wisely before taking any action. Have fun!