Gas prices are the worst.

It's funny. Since gas prices started skyrocketing a couple of months ago, I've found myself procrastinating about filling up the tanks in my cars. I can't quite explain why I put it off. It's not like the prices are going to go back to normal anytime soon, if ever.  Regardless, I will push my luck further than ever before until I'm forced to pull into the gas station, defeated.

Then, the fun begins.

The numbers on the pump are jumping like a Foxwoods slot machine. It's a jackpot, but for Mobil, not for me.

I was thinking this week that I can't be the only one feeling like this. Then, I thought about how fun it might be to surprise people at the gas station and just pay for their gas. It could really brighten people's day.

That's why we're launching Fun 107's "Filler Up" contest on Monday morning.

Every morning starting on Monday, May 2, Michael and Maddie will surprise someone with a full tank of gas (up to $100).

Here's How to Get Fun 107 to Filler Up

The next time you pull into the gas station, make sure you have the Fun 107 app on your phone. If we catch you with the app at the gas station, we'll fill up your car, up to $100.

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There's another way to win that doesn't require you to be at the pump all the time. Sign up to have your tank filled for free. If you're viewing this on the app, fill out the form below for your chance. If you're not on the app, what are you waiting for? Download it and enter. We'll draw winners every day starting in May.

Either way, you'll want to make sure you have the Fun 107 app on your phone to win your free tank of gas.

Big thank you to our Filler Up sponsors: FRMCU and Kappy's Fine Wine and Spirits.

Without them, we wouldn't be able to Filler Up.

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