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  • 1.Cumberland Farms

    108 W Webster St


    0.96 mi


    I went to this place as a kid ,fair prices.

  • 2.Cumberland Farms

    275 Hanover St


    0.34 mi

  • 3.Gulf

    21 Main St


    1.20 mi

  • 4.Gulf

    738 Hooksett Rd


    1.58 mi

  • 5.Cumberland Farms

    217 Union St Ste 1


    1.02 mi

  • 6.Gulf Oil

    73 Elm St


    1.36 mi

  • 7.Cumberland Farms

    772 Mast Rd


    2.18 mi

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By: Lee P.
Z1 Express - Manchester
I do want to warn everyone about Z1 Xpress @ 650 Second Street. Their pumps are faulty. Gas doesn't stop when your tank is full and splashes back on you and your vehicle. Manager wouldn't do anything but yell and verbally threaten me when I reported the problem to him. So beware....
By: Dan M.
Beware! Bunch of thieves! I went there on 7/6/15 and made a purchase. They acted like my card didn't work and had me re swipe. I thought it was odd when. It worked fine the second time. I just checked my bank statement and sure enough. Two separate purchases a day apart for the same amount. It's only $13.00 so not worth the hassle, which I'm sure they were counting on. Do yourselves a favor and avoid these thieves. Bunch of scumbags!
By: Anonymous A.
My fiancé and I visited this gas station yesterday and as we were pulling into the gas station I had lit up a cigarette prior to getting there and saw the employee smoking his cigarette outside near the sidewalk mind you I wasn't there to get gas and didn't get out of the car with my cigarette. While was inside waiting for the employee to cash me out he proceeded to lecture my fiancé about smoking on the property. He finally comes in and starts lecturing me and going on and on about smoking on the property. Anyways my point is the employee was just as wrong as I was and the was he treated us was wrong very poor customer service. I do believe that there are signs that state your not allowed to smoke "while" pumping gas. So needless to say I will not be doing my business there anymore. show less
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