Fuels

2020 Fuels 50: Top 5 Low-Price Leaders

Big box and grocery weigh in
Low-Price Leaders
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CHICAGO — Price differential, measured in cents per gallon, reflects how a brand’s typical store on a typical day is priced relative to its direct competition, according to OPIS. Costco has been the perennial loss leader, and it priced gasoline nearly a quarter less than its competitors in 2019.

RankingBrandStation countPrice differential (CPG)
1Costco485(24.7)
2Food 4 Less28(21.3)
3Arco1,138(21.0)
4United28(20.3)
5Space Age21(18.8)

Source: OPIS

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