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A Message from PayLess about Oil Prices

If you’ve purchased heating oil in MA and CT recently, you know that prices have jumped significantly from what they were a few weeks ago. We’re here to say that we understand the financial uncertainty this causes for homes and families. As prices remain volatile, PayLess is doing everything to keep your heating oil costs as low as possible. Unfortunately, we have no control over the high cost of oil right now, and we don’t make a higher profit margin when prices are high. We work to always give our valued customers the best price available.

Why Are Oil Prices So High?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the uncertainty of tensions overseas mounts, these unpredictable circumstances are contributing to inflation and rising oil prices. Because some U.S. oil is imported from these countries, there has become uncertainty about its availability which could lead to oil and gas shortages and increasing energy prices. Though it’s impossible to predict where fuel prices will go next, know and trust that we are committed to keeping your property heated as the last weeks of winter temperatures approach.

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We’re Here for You

We hate this volatility in the energy market as much as you do, and we understand the toll it takes on American families when energy prices seem impossibly high. If you’ve done any grocery shopping, filled your car’s gas tank, or shopped for any goods, you know that inflation is impacting the American economy across the board. At PayLess, we’ll continue our commitment to keeping our prices as low as possible for you, and when prices go back down, we promise you’ll be the first to know. We have been in business for years and have navigated our fair share of supply shortages and fluctuating wholesale prices. Our team is ready and willing to go above and beyond to make sure you are as comfortable as possible during these difficult times.