Gas prices/Supps

  1. Gas prices/Supps


    I wonder how long it will be before the freaking gas prices start cutting into our supplement prices?


  2. I have already seen an small increase in supp prices at some local stores where i live i talked to one of the owners and he increased everything by 5% not much but in the long run it counts. especially when selling at company prices little lower than a gnc but still imense.

  3. I love seeing americans complain about prices of gas, when were paying even more here in canada...

    that is all
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  4. I don't mind complaining lol. .65 cents in a month is nuts.

    It has already cut into my blu ray fund which is annoying. and now I am buying supps on a monthly basis, instead of bulk. Obscene I tell you

  5. With the current prices of gas, there should already be a small cut into supplementing budget although probably not that noticeble yet.


    Once $4.00/gal break, people will start making significant savings.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by ReaperX View Post
    With the current prices of gas, there should already be a small cut into supplementing budget although probably not that noticeble yet.


    Once $4.00/gal break, people will start making significant savings.
    as of today I pay $1.34 a litre....scandelous.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by john123131 View Post
    as of today I pay $1.34 a litre....scandelous.
    I thought this was America! 'round here we say $5.07 a gallon.

    Dude, that's awful, it'll be like that here in no time flat. Guess I'd better invest in a good road bike, my one speed would be brutal to take to work. Quadzilla in no time!
    "I am legally blind and if I can Squat,deadlift and over all get myself to the gym then anyone can get their a$$ in gear and get strong!!" - malleus25
    WHITE WHALE!

  8. well i am over in canada at i just finished getting damn gas and it was at 1.39/L at a petro felt quilty about putting 600$ on a road bike and supps but it will be worth it

  9. Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    I thought this was America! 'round here we say $5.07 a gallon.

    Dude, that's awful, it'll be like that here in no time flat. Guess I'd better invest in a good road bike, my one speed would be brutal to take to work. Quadzilla in no time!
    i know man its nuts...when your paying 5 a gallon, well be paying close to 7..

  10. The four dollar mark was broken here in cali over a month ago. I paid $4.10 a gallon yesterday.

  11. 3.71 where I'm at. Has not cut into my supplement spending yet. As a matter of fact I'm getting ready to make 200 dollar order which would last me close to 60 days. Once gas gets closer to five I'll be screwed, but I'll still find a way to buy supplements. I'm a supplement junky.

  12. I remember 2.5 years ago when I was in Germany, gas prices were like 2.25 a liter. Thats like 9 bucks a gallon. We have it good here, even if we have to pay a little more than we were.

  13. 4 bucks a gallon here in ny as well

    the subways and buses are a bit slow, but well worth it. 78 bucks a month for a unlimited fare card! And it only takes me about 40 min to get to school :]

  14. I don't know about where you guys live, but where I'm at you never see a Hummer anymore, and for a while they were everywhere, where did they all go?

  15. Quote Originally Posted by daniel35 View Post
    I don't know about where you guys live, but where I'm at you never see a Hummer anymore, and for a while they were everywhere, where did they all go?

    Being sold so people can by new little cars with good gas mileage. I'm one. I got me Toyota Yaris. Average 35 in the city and close to 40 on the highway and only paid 13,000 for it.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by SufferingEd View Post
    Being sold so people can by new little cars with good gas mileage. I'm one. I got me Toyota Yaris. Average 35 in the city and close to 40 on the highway and only paid 13,000 for it.
    Yep. Got an Echo. Does the job and I do my part for the environment at the same time..

  17. Quote Originally Posted by john123131 View Post
    as of today I pay $1.34 a litre....scandelous.
    1.24 a litre here...

  18. what about the diesel is there a reason its staying so high just saw it at 1.47/L

  19. Diesel is like 4.49/gal over where I am and 3.99 for regular.

    I'm about to buy me a VW Diesel Gulf and fill that biotch up with used veggie oil.
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative

  20. 3.50 in jersey.
    i heard in the summer its gonna break 4.50.
    so if its 4 already in cali.. its gonna be 5+...

  21. Quote Originally Posted by ReaperX View Post
    With the current prices of gas, there should already be a small cut into supplementing budget although probably not that noticeble yet.


    Once $4.00/gal break, people will start making significant savings.
    It's not as much cutting into ones budget that is the problem. Everything's cost is a representation of it's cost in oil. The higher oil's cost goes, the higher everything's cost goes.

  22. hey, i have a diesel car and i can make up to 200 km over a car with the same amount of fuel (full tank), so diesel, even if the price is higher, you still save

  23. $3.75 where im at now..not too bad plus I give the gas attendent permission to piss in my tank So I can get more out of my money..every little bit counts right?

  24. it already is a certain extent. thats why all the prices have gone up along side the "shortages"
    Physique Competitor

  25. Being a commuter in a car that requires premium and gets about 20 mpg really sucks right about now. I just filled up at 3.98 a gallon. Prices have also been skyrocketing at the grocery store as well.
    Of course the only thing that remains the same is my pay.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by loony41 View Post
    what about the diesel is there a reason its staying so high just saw it at 1.47/L
    Crude oil is like $2.70 a gallon (West Texas Intermediate, that is) - so start with that price plus the processing cost to make diesel.

    Which is now higher due to lower sulfur mandates by the EPA. (That has drive the price higher in recent months a fair amount on it's own - independent of crude prices.)
  

  
 

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