Soaring gas prices are walloping consumers’ wallets in metro Detroit and nationwide.
How does 75 cents off each gallon of gas sound?
BJ’s Wholesale Club has a deal for its club members offering some relief at its on-site gas stations — 75 cents off each gallon of gas they buy.
There is, of course, a catch to it. You’ll need to be a member and you need to buy four items from a list of qualifying products.
Also, it’s a one-time discount available now through June 15 with a purchase limit of 30 gallons of gas.
And BJ’s members can save even more by pairing the discount with other select BJ’s gas fuel discount offers on qualifying items.
BJ’s Fuel Savers Program allows customers to earn additional discounts on gas. In-club and online, qualified items are identified as part of the program. Buy one of these items, get 10 cents off a gallon of gas, two items equals 20 cents off. The more you buy, the more cents you’ll save per gallon of gas.
Here’s a sample list of eligible products, Many of the products are sold in multiple packs. For example, the Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers is a three-count package. You’ll find more at bjs.com/gas:
- Pepperidge Farm Resealable Goldfish Cheddar Crackers, three-count package
- Glaceau Smartwater, 15 pack
- Cape Cod reduced-fat Mesquite BBQ Potato Chips, 16 ounces
- Kingsford Charcoal Professional Briquettes, two-pack/18 pounds
- Xyzal Allergy 24 Hour Antihistamine 5 mg, 110 count
- Ziploc Seal Top Sandwich Bags, 580 count
- Harry’s 5-Blade Razor Handle Value Pack
A standard, BJ’s Inner Circle annual membership costs $55, according to its membership website. You can add on additional members for $30 each. Its $110 membership called BJ’s Perks Rewards gets you the added perk of 2% cash back and other exclusive specials. See bjs.com/membershipEnroll for details.
BJ’s has stores Canton, Chesterfield Township, Lansing, Madison Heights and Taylor.
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