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As always, we’re offering our Pre-Buy and Winter Cap programs for our customers just in time for the chilly weather!
You’ll be seeing our post cards in the mail soon enough, but if you’d like to take advantage of these programs
before they get to your door, here’s what you need to know:
To enroll in this program, you must prepay for gallons you anticipate using this season (minimum of 400 gallons). Payment must be received in our local offices by November 14, 2019 to participate in this Pre-Buy Program.
Call your local office for the current pre-buy price.
Our winter prices will increase or decrease, but your price will not exceed the cap price when you enroll in our Winter Cap program. A $59 fee will be charged to cap your price at this cost and must be paid in person at a local office.
In order to participate, you must enroll by November 15, 2019. Call one of our local offices today to enroll!
*Prices do not include applicable taxes and are not valid in conjunction with any other discount program. All deliveries must be made automatically. Participation is contingent on account remaining current. The Cap Program is valid from October 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020.
Would you like to make your fuel payments more manageable and predictable? Parker Oil Company offers our customers two programs that can bring a fuel budget under control.
Capped Price Program*: When you choose a price cap for propane, you get the best of both worlds. You protect yourself from inflation and take advantage of price decreases when they occur. Parker Oil Company will "cap" your price at a predetermined maximum, and your price will never exceed that level during the life of the agreement. If prices fall after the cap is set, your price will drop in response to the market. This program is superior to the "fixed price" that some dealers offer because it allows your price to drop, rather than locking it in at a predetermined level.
Budget Payment Plan: A Budget Plan spreads your fuel costs out over 10 months so that you pay a predictable amount every month. This plan can save you from the annual budget squeeze that can occur in winter when heating costs and holiday expenses pile up simultaneously. If you use both heating oil and propane, you can combine both fuels in one budget plan.