A new study shows how the online retail giant can be used to get the most bang for your buck.
“There are a lot of people out there who are looking for gas right now and they can’t find a good price.
Amazon is a perfect place to do that,” said James G. Schilling, the president of Amazon Gas, an online gas and transportation company.
The study, released Wednesday by The University of Michigan, found that the average person in the U.S. can easily find gas at prices ranging from about $3 to about $6 per gallon.
But if a customer wants to get as close as possible to that price, the gas company can offer a discount.
The company does that by offering prices from a large range of gas stations around the country.
If the gas price is a few dollars higher than the advertised price, that customer will be able to buy gas at a lower price.
The average gas price in the study was about $4 per gallon, which is about $1 lower than the average price in most other markets.
The price savings aren’t just a benefit to consumers.
The study found that consumers who are interested in buying gas can get gas for less than the cost of gasoline by going to a gas station near their home or work and paying a low fee.
For instance, if you’re shopping online at gas stations near your home, you might pay $1.50 per gallon for a 20-gallon tank of regular unleaded, a discount of $2.50 if you want the fuel at the pump for only $2 per gallon instead of the regular price of $3 per gallon in the online market.
The gas company will then sell you the fuel for $2 more per gallon at the regular rate, saving you $1 per gallon and a $1 discount.
That’s a lot cheaper than buying the gas at the pumps for $3.40 per gallon because the gas station has a lower advertised price.
That same $2 price for the regular unleade will save you $2 in gasoline costs if you decide to buy at the gas pumps.
Amazon has an enormous number of gas station locations across the U