Question: What happens when you give away $19,000 worth of gas?

Answer: You end up with 145 very happy drivers.

The Esurance Summer Gas Giveaway

Ah, summer. For some, it means road trips. For others, it means shuttling the kids to camp. And for most, it means spending a small fortune on gas.

To help ease the pain, we gave away 5 $100 gas cards every day between July 7 and August 3 as part of the Esurance Summer Gas Giveaway. And when the sweeps ended, we chose 5 grand prize winners who each received $1,000 worth of gas.

The winners

From the Silicon Valley to the Hudson Valley, our winners spanned the country. And whether they’re daily commuters or weekend warriors, we hope they’re cringing a little less when they fill up.

Congratulations to all our winners. And a special shout out to our grand prize winners:

  • Jim B. from New York
  • Darryl B. from New Jersey
  • Christopher H. from Tennessee
  • Gary C. from North Carolina
  • Karon H. from Michigan

Thanks to everyone who entered! And even if you didn’t win, we hope Fuelcaster helped you save a little at the pump.

Everyone’s a winner with Fuelcaster

We know there’s nothing worse than filling up your tank, only to see gas prices price drop the next day. But now, there’s a way to predict whether gas prices will rise or fall tomorrow. Fuelcaster, the first-of-its-kind gas price predictor, can help you decide whether to fill up now or wait for lower prices. Best of all, it’s free for all drivers to use — and that’s a win in our books!

Bookmark on your phone’s home screen to get gas price predictions on the go.

Though we’re confident in our predictions and prices, they’re not guaranteed. Gas prices are influenced by many factors and savings will vary.

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about Jessica

During her time as senior copywriter at Esurance, Jessica wrote about everything from automotive trends to insurance tips to driving dogs (it’s a thing!). In her free time, you can find Jessica hiking with her dog (who cannot drive), devouring a good mystery, or very slowly learning Spanish.