Ethanol Days of Summer Contest

Jumpstart Your Summer & Win Free Fuel!

At RFA, summer driving season means saving drivers money at the pump: through low-cost and cleaner-burning ethanol – and the Ethanol Days of Summer contest! To participate in the contest, create a profile on or the mobile app (available on iOS and Android devices), submit pricing, and you’re entered to win! It’s as simple as that. No purchase required and takes only a few minutes to complete.

The contest began on Memorial Day, ends on Labor Day, and a winner is chosen EVERY DAY! Winners are announced every two weeks and notified through the email they used to register.

Last year, 98 winners collectively received $5,000 in free fuel, and more than 3,700 new users of registered and helped report prices for higher ethanol blends and conventional fuels.

Note: Gift cards could take up to 3 months to receive. For any questions or tracking information contact Kelsey Quargnenti.


About features pricing for E15 and E85. E15 is an ethanol fuel blend that is approved in all vehicles 2001 and newer. E85 is also known as Flex Fuel and approved for all Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs). Not sure if your vehicle is Flex Fuel? Check out our FFV 2019 brochure here.

All of the fuel prices on are crowdsourced, meaning the prices you submit are used by other drivers to see where they can get the best price for their fuel! Because ethanol is cheaper than its fossil fuel counterparts, you’ll notice that the higher the ethanol blend – the lower the fuel cost!


About ethanol, E15, and E85:

Want to learn more about ethanol and why it’s a GREAT fuel for your car? Visit the consumer section on the website and learn why the benefits of ethanol are worth you making the switch to a higher ethanol blend such as E15 and E85.

Days of Summer Contest 2019 Winners

wdt_ID Date Winner
213 27-May wkshinn
214 28-May Thatlifeguard
215 29-May Apiccininni1
216 30-May Fueledup94
217 31-May ethanolkicksgas
218 1-Jun Indiana
219 2-Jun Bear1
220 3-Jun vacleancities
221 4-Jun Rack
222 8-Jul synapser2005