Boyer's Junction Market - UNBRANDED
122 Pricetown Rd, Fleetwood PA
610-944-8005
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 89 91
GPS coordinates: N 40.44080 W 75.76828 (located from address)
Updated by T Henry, August 19, 2016 6:22 CDT
seems to be a discrepancy when pumping premium and gallons pumped differ when I got receipt??? very confused as it said regular??? The vehicles I 'm using this in NEED premium fuel,,,,, just hoping that is what I'm getting................?????
Updated by Buzz, July 10, 2016 20:22 CDT
Sign said $2.99 today for 87. Unfortunately, they were closed when I got there at 2:50 today. Please update the market's website, which says you close at 4pm except during "winter" hours. I drove an hour out of my way, only to come away empty handed.
Updated by Buzz, March 05, 2016 15:01 CST
$2.54/gal for 87 today.
Updated by Mark Johnson, January 07, 2016 13:24 CST
87 - $2.799 89 - $2.999 91 - $3.099 A little insight on pricing: We have to go through a middle man to get this fuel so we have that markup. I don't shop around for this middleman supplier because we have a terrific relationship with our current supplier. You also have to stop and see the operation here we're trying to support. the guy 40 minutes away is most likely cheaper but has nothing but 1 guy and a gas pump. We have breakfast, lunch, groceries, baked goods, butcher shop, lottery, and much more. We are a real country store outpost and appreciate every customer who travels to our store.
Updated by C Henry, November 17, 2015 1:04 CST
$2.999 for 87, $3.199 for 89, unknown for 91, currently. Glad it's there, but local average for E-10 87 is $2.279. Hassler's in Womelsdorf is $2.619 for E-0 87.
Updated by Steve, June 30, 2015 18:53 CDT
3.459/gallon for 87. Current non-ethanol free gas is about 3.709.
Updated by Mark, May 22, 2015 19:10 CDT
E0 - 87 octane - $3.35/gal. Locally, $0.60 more than E10.
Updated by jak, May 08, 2015 19:24 CDT
91 Octane-5/8/15 $3.75
Updated by Buzz, March 15, 2015 15:12 CDT
Been wanting to visit Boyer's Junction for a while and finally was able to make the trip today. Drove 90 minutes to get there and it was worth the drive. Great little country market with super-friendly staff and corn free gas! Stocked up on ethanol free 87 at $3.19 today (tested just to be sure and there's no ethanol). Kids also said the donuts are fantastic and the deli selections looked amazing. Unfortunately Boyer's Junction is a little too far from home for frequents visits, but I plan to stop by whenever I am nearby. Thanks!
Updated by Joseph Woitko, December 15, 2014 17:07 CST
87, 89, 91 as of 12/15/14. First time ever E0 fill-up with 91 (3.799), plus turkey club sandwich and soda. Hope the gas is as good as the sandwich. Will use for power equipment in the spring. Thumbs up.
Updated by Mark Johnson, Owner, November 28, 2014 18:29 CST
Byron, Byron, Byron: I can't believe the accusation you launched here on a site for finding fuel. First, we have only 4 pumps so 3 vehicles waiting for 8-10 minutes does matter and I recall the bikes were at 2 of them. I also ride and always move our bikes to the side after pumping out of respect for other vehicles that may happen to pull in especially if we plan to shop inside a bit. Second, racism does not exist here as I and my staff could care less what the color of your skin is. We treat all our customers with respect so grow up out there.
Updated by Peter, September 17, 2014 18:39 CDT
Always well treated and their home made donuts taste very good.
Updated by Byron, August 07, 2014 21:53 CDT
I have to inform all minorities that the owner comes across racist. I hate bringing up this topic but I think this comment will make him treat others better in the future. My friend and I spoke to the owner first when walking in and he ignored us but addressed other customers that were in the store. I said no biggie to myself, maybe he didn't hear me. Fast forward, we were chatting it up with the pleasant employees that work by the deli. He comes over and I look him in his face and very nicely say hello again. He ignores my hello and tells my friend and I to move our bikes because the pumps were getting backed up. We walk outside and there were only 3 vehicles. Again, I'm never quick to bring up racism but he wasn't treating any other customers in the store like this. I will still purchase gas from here because the employees are so generous and they greet us with love and respect. Once a closer gas station to philly opens up, I will be done with this place. So unfortunate, I have a business and treat every customer the same. I never leave comments on any site but he really rubbed me the wrong way and hopefully this will help him with his customer service in the future.
Updated by Mark, July 11, 2014 18:28 CDT
I noticed we had the station set to Gulf. We are unbranded
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 17, 2014 12:11 CDT
Updated brand.
Updated by CC2, March 22, 2014 15:55 CDT
I went to the station today. The owner was wonderful. He had all Ethan free gas 87, 89, and 91. He accepts all type of credit cards. He always carries it, but gets a lot of people coming to buy huge quantities - SO always call ahead before making the drive.
Updated by CC2, March 22, 2014 10:48 CDT
I called today and they have it!!!
Updated by Mark Johnson, November 16, 2013 16:33 CST
Thought I'd check in on this site and information posted. With regards to previous post, fuel deliveries have been on a 10 +/- day cycle for all grades and we thank all the great support out there that is driving this volume. We are conveniently located halfway between Reading and Allentown and offer many terrific products beyond fuel such as baked goods and smoked meats made right here. This is what a general store is all about.
Updated by Bob Z, October 07, 2013 17:14 CDT
Located about 5 mi from I-78 so convenient enough. Located on a nice back country road but I would guess it to be a low volume station so fuel might not be that fresh. Much more expensive than other E0 options between Allentown and Harrisburgh.
Updated by HRPete, August 25, 2013 12:58 CDT
Visited on 25AUG2013. All gas (87, 89 and 91 octane) is ethanol-free. Purchase 91 same day.
Updated by Rob, August 12, 2013 18:57 CDT
Purchased 91 today for the motorcycle.
Updated by Lee Sapira, April 22, 2013 13:07 CDT
As of 4/22/13 he's got 87 and 91, both corn free. yay!
Updated by Mark Johnson, April 09, 2013 17:22 CDT
With our latest shipment today the 87 octane ethanol content should be negligible. We now have 87 and 91 with the 89 coming soon when we adjust our blended pumps to the correct mixing ratio.
Updated by Mark Johnson-Owner, March 28, 2013 20:53 CDT
Switched to 91 Octane 3/28/13 but mixed with 87 with a 7:1 ratio. We intend to phase out our E-10 87 Octane tank and offer all non-ethanol soon at 87, 89, and 91
Updated by ethan, March 11, 2013 8:59 CDT
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Updated by Mark Johnson, March 08, 2013 21:22 CST
I figured it out, forget the earlier post
Posted by Rich, February 28, 2013 13:50 CST