Why would someone buy gas at a station with a 14-cent price difference from the one across the street?

At an intersection near my home, there are 2 gas stations -- each on opposite corners. One is selling gas for $3.55, and the one across the street $3.69. Both are cash prices; credit card prices are 9 cents higher per gallon. I saw cars at both stations when I passed by. Not as many at the higher one, but why... show more At an intersection near my home, there are 2 gas stations -- each on opposite corners. One is selling gas for $3.55, and the one across the street $3.69. Both are cash prices; credit card prices are 9 cents higher per gallon.

I saw cars at both stations when I passed by. Not as many at the higher one, but why would someone pay $3.69 when they could go across the street and pay $3.55?
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