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Gas Prices Continue Dropping during Holiday Season

South Carolina cheapest for gas, while California most expensive.

by on Apr.08, 2015

Gas prices have dropped steadily during the last 30 days and are more than $1 cheaper than a year ago.

Even with the Easter and Passover holidays at hand, the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline continues to drop.

AAA reports gasoline prices have fallen for 24 of the past 30 days, after reaching a peak-to-date price for 2015 of $2.46 per gallon on March 7. The price at the pump continues to reflect seasonality as refineries complete scheduled maintenance and prepare for the summer driving season, according to the latest estimate by AAA.

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AAA calculated this week the national average price at the pump is $2.39 per gallon, which represents a savings of three cents versus one week ago and seven cents versus one month ago. Consumers continue to experience significant year-over-year savings in the price of retail gasoline and are saving $1.19 per gallon compared to this same date last year. (more…)

Holiday Gas Prices at Four-Year Low, AAA Says

Average price is below $4 a gallon in every state.

by on Nov.25, 2014

The 41.3 million Americans who are preparing to travel “over the river and through the woods” to grandma’s house will be paying the lowest holiday prices for gas in five years, according to estimate prepared by the AAA Daily Gas Gauge.

AAA reported the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline has fallen for 60 consecutive days, reaching today’s price of $2.81 per gallon.

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“This is 7 cents less than one week ago, one quarter less than one month ago and 46 cents less than one year ago. Today’s price is the least expensive since November 4, 2010 and motorists are on target to pay the lowest averages at the Thanksgiving holiday since 2009, when the national average price was $2.63 per gallon,” AAA said. (more…)