Fuels 50: Top 10 Low-Price Leaders

Many of the top low-price brands belong to warehouse clubs

OPIS defines “price differential” as how a brand’s typical store on a typical day is priced relative to its direct competition; it is measured in cents per gallon (CPG). Many of the top low-price brands among the Fuels 50 belong to warehouse clubs, which offer highly discounted prices to boost memberships. Also in the mix: old-school discounter Arco, and the Murphy USA and Murphy Express brands of former Wal-Mart partner Murphy USA.

RankBrandStation countPrice differential
3.Sam's Club538(11.47)
6.Murphy USA1,105(6.25)
7.Murphy Express237(5.91)
9.Flying J133(5.18)

Source: OPIS; Ranking includes fuel brands with a minimum of 0.2% market share.

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