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Old 03-04-2020
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It's only pilot/flying J threatening to end the relationship. With the outpouring of calls and emails over the past couple days I think pilot/flying J is reconsidering their bad sam deal- but that's just my speculation.
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Here is the link to the application:


https://tsdv.loadtracking.com:8443/im/fuelcardapp


It looks like if you put down the name of an existing customer, they get a referral credit of $25
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I hope the Pilot discount stays in effect, that's my good local deal at x11 I-20 SC. I try to refer everyone to this!
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Just signed up, thanks Randy!
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Getting ready for summer travels so decided to join the TSD “club” (better than a day late than a $ short ). While waiting on my dedicated checking/debit card account to go through, I checked out the TSD application and noticed they ask for SSA #. Wondering if anyone has had a bad experience with this?

Before I submit application, thought I’d ask if anyone has the latest on the BadSam-Pilot/FJ shoot down of this program? Refuse to do FB, so what’s the latest on TSD over there?

Before anyone asks - IF the program is still going strong (meaning BadSam hasn’t killed it yet) RandyS will get the credit. Thanks in advance R!
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Just filled out my app today. Still waiting on email. They have a FAQ that covers the SS number, something about if you don't pay.
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Facebook filled with clueless pickup drivers so Van you haven’t missed anything. Apparently TSD contacted someone at P/FJ with increased fueling numbers from their RV program and got the discounts increased to ALMOST what Loves and TA are giving. This triggered Pilot to realize they apparently had an exclusive contact with Good Sam for a minuscule discount for RV’s. This resulted in Pilot resending the TSD discount. Nothing lost from my perspective!!

I have used the card to buy approx 600 gallons since heading to WOG. My first visits to big truck stops in 15 years. Set up separate account for fuel and it has worked great. The only concern I have now is the clueless pickup crowd blocking the truck lanes buying only 10 to 20 gallons at a time using an adapter to fit their small receiver.
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They aren't supposed to be filling less than 100 gallons, I think.
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Pilot and Flying J are officially out. Essentially- Tri State Delivery (TSD) is reselling fuel for all these places using their discounted rate. Pilot didn't care for this so that's why they ended it.

The SSN is for collections if you can't pay the tab.
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There is no stated minimum. I have seen many semi’s take less than 100 gallons.
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