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DALLAS -- Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) gas stations worldwide will increase discounts for drivers using a Military Star Card beginning Aug. 8, the company reported.
Pumps currently programmed to reflect a discount of 3 cents a gallon for drivers who pay with a Military Star Card will jump to 5 cents a gallon.
In addition to the everyday nickel discount, AAFES will periodically be offering increased savings opportunities at specified times throughout the year. The first of these promotions, from Aug. 21-23, will provide a 20-cent per gallon discount, up to 20 gallons, for drivers paying with a Military Star Card.
"The savings opportunities are going to be unprecedented," said AAFES' COO Mike Howard. "I'm excited about the exclusive gas savings we're going to offer Military Star cardholders in the coming months."
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