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Gas stations across the country are increasingly offering discounts for fuel purchases made with cash as high oil prices eat into their profits.

The difference of 10 cents a gallon or more has some customers used to paying with a credit card irate, but station owners say they have to do something to turn a profit.

"If we pay 3 percent or even a little less than that at $4 a gallon in a credit card fee, and I'm making 12 cents a gallon, that's my entire profit," said Paul Kelly, who owns a Sunoco station in New Jersey. Read full article »

CNN's Jim Acosta and Julian Cummings contributed to this report.

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