We still can't pump our own gas in New Jersey, but we can go to even more places and handle our payment transactions all by ourselves.

Sunday, I noticed that the Wawa on the Black Horse Pike at Fire Road in Egg Harbor Township had installed self-pay machines. ("Installed" sounds a little fancier than it looks. They really just set them on the counter of the check-out lane and plugged them in.)

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We've seen it at other retailers like Walmart, Target, Home Depot, and Lowes, and at grocery stores like Shoprite, but this is the first time I've seen this at a Wawa. It has been available at the two Royal Farms locations in Egg Harbor Township.

With self-pay, you don't have to wait in line for a cashier, you can just bop up and check yourself out - as long as your not paying cash. It's a credit or debit card - or, mobile pay only. Also, you can't make tobacco purchases, pay for fuel or purchase gift cards.

I did not use the self-pay option, as I was in the store at 4:30 am, and there was no line at the cashier.

We're eager to hear about your self-pay experiences at Wawa!

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