Typically, from Memorial Day until Labor Day, the Renewable Fuels Association hosts the Ethanol Days of Summer Contest, which rewards a contestant daily with $50 in free fuel for reporting prices of E15 and E85. Given the impacts of COVID-19 on the demand for fuel this summer driving season, the 4th Annual Ethanol Days of Summer Contest has been postponed until 2021.
About ethanol, E15, and E85:
The market for higher ethanol blends continues to grow. All model year 2001 and newer light duty vehicles can use 15% ethanol (E15), accounting for more than 97% of the vehicles on the road today. Additionally, more than 22 million flex fuel vehicles can use 85% ethanol (E85).
Want to learn more about ethanol and why it’s a GREAT fuel for your car? Visit the consumer section on the RFA website and learn why the benefits of ethanol are worth you making the switch to a higher ethanol blend such as E15 and E85.
E85Prices.com features pricing for E15 and E85. E15 is an ethanol fuel blend that is approved in all vehicles 2001 and newer. E85 is also known as Flex Fuel and approved for all Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs). Not sure if your vehicle is Flex Fuel? Check out our FFV 2020 brochure here.
All of the fuel prices on E85Prices.com are crowdsourced, meaning the prices you submit are used by other drivers to see where they can get the best price for their fuel! Because ethanol is cheaper than its fossil fuel counterparts, you’ll notice that the higher the ethanol blend – the lower the fuel cost!