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There are various third-party resellers of Buc-ee’s products, but they are not affiliated with, authorized, sponsored, or endorsed by Buc-ee’s in any way. Examples of such services are texassnax.com or amazon.com. However, Buc-ee’s does not have its own online store.
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Because gas station operators do not know a how much you will be spending, we have to authorize the pump for some amount – typically from $75 to more than $200 depending if the card is Debit, Consumer Credit or Commercial Credit.
If we authorize too little then an SUV or truck can’t fill their tanks. If too much, then some card holders would not have the funds and therefore could not make the purchase. For example, if the pump is authorized for $100.00 and $40.00 of gas is pumped then there will be a $40.00 charge and a $100.00 hold.
Holds can last for up to 72 hours. This is the decision of the Debit / Credit Card Issuer.
Wikipedia has a pretty good article on ‘Authorization Holds.” Read it here for more information:
Wikipedia article on Credit/Debit Holds
Corn cost and retails may change daily therefore we do not quote retail prices because there is a time delay between the time quoted and the time a customer may arrive at a store.
Buc-ee’s actively monitors corn prices in each market so we can remain the low price leader.
Deer corn is available 365 days a year in 50LB bags at the following locations:
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