GasBuddy is a tech company based in Boston that operates apps and websites based on finding real-time fuel prices at more than 140,000 gas stations in the United States, Canada, and Australia. They also sell software products to convenience store owners via their B2B initiatives. The GasBuddy app is a GPS-based application program for smartphones and tablets which provides prices of nearby gas stations from user-submitted data, as well as through partnerships with other companies and directly from station operators. It has been downloaded nearly 90 million times and is one of the highest-rated apps in the history of the Apple App Store. GasBuddy has already helped Americans save $3 billion in fuel since its founding in 2000, offering meanwhile loyalty programs, discounts and many GasBuddy deals.
GasBuddy does not specify a price match guarantee.
GasBuddy does not offer a return policy.
GasBuddy offers two loyalty programs:
Pay with Gasbuddy program: totally free gasoline savings program giving U.S. drivers a discount on virtually every gallon of gas they pump. When drivers use the Pay with GasBuddy service coupled with the GasBuddy smartphone app they can save $340 per year on gasoline!
Pay with GasBuddy Premium: a paid membership service that allows more savings at the pumps, as well as provided comprehensive roadside assistance. With Premium, you save additional 20¢ off per gallon (up to the gallon limit) and 5¢ off every gallon purchase after that. You will be given the option to sign up at $9.99 billed monthly for a 12-month term, or pay $99 for the entire year and save even more.
GasBuddy has a goal of offering the U.S. drivers more savings and exclusive deals. GasBuddy discounts are massive and are found in the form of GasBuddy cards, loyalty programs and GasBuddy smartphone apps.
GasBuddy does not advertise any qualified customer discounts.
GasBuddy does not specify a trade-in policy for customers.
GasBuddy is introducing a gas payment card, tied to your checking account, which automatically deducts gas purchases from your bank balances at 5 cents per gallon lower than what's advertised on the pump. Thus, if you fill up with gallons at $3 a gallon, the $30 charge would show up as $29.50. To all new drivers who sign up for this card, GasBuddy is initially offering 15 cents a gallon off the first purchase at the pump.