Nashua, NH (PRWEB) December 13, 2008
GasPredictor.com, a Web site providing short-term forecasts of changes in retail gasoline prices, is now making its Gas Forecast e-mail newsletter available for quarterly subscriptions. Subscribers will now have the option to try GasPredictor.com to see if they really can save money on gas, without committing to a full annual subscription.
There are strict limits on the number of subscriptions that will be issued for each locality, and these new quarterly subscriptions will count toward the existing limits. For instance, GasPredictor.com has a limit of 300 subscribers to their "Intra-Day Gas Forecast," issued twice each business day, for any given city. That 300-subscriber limit applies to both annual and quarterly subscriptions, so that there will never be more than 300 "Intra-Day" subscribers in any city. Similarly, there is a limit of 600 "Intra-Day" subscribers to the nationwide edition of the "Gas Forecast," including both annual and quarterly subscribers. Once a given edition is sold out, no new subscriptions will be sold unless some subscribers let their subscriptions lapse.
GasPredictor.com expects to fill all available subscriptions before the end of the month, but many are still available as of the date of this announcement.
Currently, until the end of December, GasPredictor.com is offering a 66% discount on subscriptions. This discount applies only to annual subscriptions, and only to the Nationwide edition. This discount does not apply Quarterly subscriptions, nor to subscriptions to locality-specific editions of the "Gas Forecast."
Quarterly Subscriptions are available in three versions, Weekly for $1.39 per quarter, Daily for $2.69 per quarter, and Intra-Day, delivered to your inbox twice each business day, for $7.99 per quarter.
Chuck Bonner, founder and lead analyst for GasPredictor.com, described why the new quarterly subscriptions are so attractive to subscribers. "At our December-only discount, someone who buys twelve gallons of gas per week and saves two cents per gallon by using our predictions would save the cost of the Weekly Gas Forecast subscription in less than three months. But what if they don't believe they can really save that much? Subscribing for only 13 weeks gives them the chance to see a net savings in less than half that time." Bonner went on to say that subscriptions to the Intra-Day Gas Forecast still only make sense for people who buy twenty or more gallons of gas every week. "You probably can't save enough to justify our $7.99 Quarterly Intra-Day subscription unless you're buying 35 gallons a week," Bonner said.
Annual and quarterly subscriptions to the Weekly, Daily, and Intra-Day Gas Forecast are available exclusively through the Web site, at http://www.gaspredictor.com/SubscribeMain.htm.