I saw recently on MSN; original article from Wichita Eagle May 12, 2021 – QuikTrip rolling out new remote travel centers 30% larger than Wichita stores: https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/quiktrip-rolling-out-new-remote-travel-centers-30-larger-than-wichita-stores/ar-BB1gEIP6. Longer article, but here are some basics. I went with the MSN link as the Eagle charges to view the article. Wichita has a lot of QuikTrip stations in the area. The good news is most purchases (pre-tax) qualify for 1 cent savings on gas. When you earn it, the saving is good for a year. In some states, they don’t offer the deal. I believe the only exceptions in Wichita are liquor, tobacco, and lottery tickets. As I don’t buy those items, not an issue for me. My car has been out of service so I gave a friend my spare key ring card so you can take advantage of the gas savings.
Matthew Kelly Wichita Eagle May 12, 2021
May 12—QuikTrip is launching a network of their largest stores to date around the nation’s heavily trafficked interstate highways.
“The main difference is size,” said, Aisha Jefferson-Smith, a spokesperson for QuikTrip Corp. “The remote travel center locations on average are about 8,000 square feet.”
QT’s standard convenience stores range from 4,100 to 5,700 square feet. Wichita’s newer QuikTrips are Generation 3 stores, which had previously been the company’s largest model.