Originally Posted by xtraspin
Wow $1 per gallon difference.
Here in MI the e85 / 87 price difference is typically $0.50 or less (usually $0.25-0.30 cheaper then 87) which doesn't even make sense to throw it in the tank.
MN has a higher subsidy IIRC. Meaning that the State pays the farmer more in the way of tax breaks for the corn.
But I do know that where I am E-85 is the lowest in the state, it seems. I go anywhere more than 50 miles from here and I pay more, maybe $0.20-$0.40/gallon more.