Grades of fuels
Our Husky locations offer the following grades of fuel:
Regular (87 octane)
Mid-grade (89 octane)
Premium (91 octane)
Premium fuel improves the performance and fuel efficiency of vehicle engines. A high-octane fuel can counter the buildup of deposits and reduce abnormal combustion and knocking (the noise that indicates abnormal combustion in an engine). Consult your owner’s manual to determine the right fuel grade for your vehicle.
Husky’s gasoline meets all Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) standards for deposit/detergent control additives. We have chosen not to participate in the top-tier subscription service program for top-tier designation because our gasoline meets all appropriate standards for retailers in Canada.
In compliance with federal and provincial regulations, Husky fuel may contain up to 10% ethanol content. Ethanol is made from grain, corn, sugar or starchy vegetables and is considered a renewable fuel, unlike fossil fuels such as oil and gas. Generally, ethanol-blended gasoline can be used anywhere ordinary unleaded gasoline is used. We recommend you refer to your owner’s manual or manufacturer to ensure your vehicle or equipment is compatible with ethanol.
Several factors go into the pricing of fuel and why it may differ from one place to another, including transportation costs, provincial and/or municipal taxes, local market dynamics and the volume of gasoline sold at the station. For more information, please visit the Canadian Fuels Association https://www.canadianfuels.ca/.
Fuel prices can fluctuate throughout the day and will automatically update at the pumps. This means there might be a slight delay from when the pump price changes and when staff at the site can change the outdoor sign. The pump price is always correct.
Credit card pre-authorization
When you prepay for fuel, a hold for the pre-authorization amount you chose is put on your account. This is only a temporary hold placed by financial institutions on prepay fuel purchases and you are only charged for what you fuel.
The pre-authorization receipt only shows how much money you have authorized the pump, but it does not show the number of litres. The official receipt includes actual litres fueled, the exact amount and taxes you paid. If you prepay in store, you’ll need to go back inside to obtain your final official receipt.
Important! You will not be double charged. For example: if you authorize for a $20 fill and you only fill to $15, you will be charged $15. These transactions will appear on your account as pending or authorized, however, they are not final until posted and will reflect the actual amount you purchased.
This process may take several business days depending on your card provider. Husky cannot remove a pre-authorization hold for you. If you have additional questions regarding the pre-authorization amount, please contact your card issuer directly.
It is standard practice at all Husky stations across Canada to require customers to prepay for fuel. This standard practice helps eliminate fuel payment-related injuries at our sites and create a safer environment for our attendants and customers. Learn more: https://myhusky.ca/pre-pay
If you are missing a receipt from the last 45 days, please consult the station directly. Our customer service team cannot access receipts.