Americans are in the habit of using credit cards to buy almost everything that’s for sale these days, but they don’t often know a lot about the cost of using them. I was reminded of this when I saw a tweet from a hockey writer today:
Now, I’m not 100 percent certain that Jesse was in a place where gas was cheaper when purchased with cash. It could’ve been the other way around – that is, a place where cash was more expensive. But I doubt it.