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post #31 of 59
$2.14 today was the lowest I saw in the western suburbs of Milwaukee. I think it's close to $2.00 in town.

I always thought gas was high in Alaska because there aren't any refineries there. The pipelines are full of crude, not processed petroleum products. Right?? :confused:
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post #32 of 59
$1.80's......wonder how long it will last
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post #33 of 59
i just paid 2.41 for premium. west suburb of chicago
post #34 of 59
Since I moved to New York, I haven't been driving. It's wild when I do drive noticing how different the prices are.
post #35 of 59
I just saw it at 1.97 a gallon by me, but they do charge 10 cents more a gallon if you use a credit card....

And thats in Northern NJ.
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post #36 of 59
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:roll:WOW WOW WOW!:roll:

1.99 here in So. Cal. :bounce:

Woulda never thunk it would get below 2 bux. I guess I will buy and SUV now!:D
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post #37 of 59
$1.65 here in the Richmond area. Hasn't been this low in years! I too certainly never, ever expected to see it below $2.00. Enjoy it while it lasts I guess! Now if only all those other industries like groceries would follow suit since...... they raised prices due to transportation costs. Guess ya just can't have it all:look:
post #38 of 59
$1.65 here today too. I am tempted to buy a storage tank but gas degrades over time.
post #39 of 59
$1.41 in St. Louis.....!!!!!:bounce:
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post #40 of 59
Remember all those experts that said the price increase was NOT due to speculation? :crazy:

The global economy didn't make the price drop 50% in 2 months, but I'm sure they can spin it. Why anyone listens to these people is beyond me.
post #41 of 59
$1.39 in STL Wed prior to Thanksgiving, it's now up to $1.59.
Supposedly MO has the cheapest gas in the nation....sure doesn't feel like it.
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post #42 of 59
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$1.79 is the cheapest I have seen in years. We must be in a recession or something.
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post #43 of 59
$1.75 in Bend today.
post #44 of 59
Front page of paper this morning, Alaska has the highest prices, ya think??
2.54 in Anchorage, which is blamed on the fact that the two refineries in the state are "struggling to make a profit"?
Here in Ketchikan, prices are from 3.40 at one station and 3.50 to 3.51 elsewhere. Suppose these prices are still based on deliverys at higher prices, that story is getting a bit old?

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post #45 of 59
$1.79 this morning in Palm Beach Florida, wish I had another gaS TANK.!!!!!!
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post #46 of 59

Wow!

The lowest in my area today is $1.59.:roll:
post #47 of 59
$2.39, 93 octane, NYC, full serve.
post #48 of 59
$1.31/gal for regular unleaded. I was amazed when for the first time in a very long time that I filled up my tank and got change back from my twenty!!
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post #49 of 59
1.41 is the lowest here, cash.

and...we "never" have to pump our own ;)
post #50 of 59
$1.65 here in Bend now. Oregon and New Jersey are the two states that don't allow self serve.
post #51 of 59
We got a kick out of that when we were in NJ. Why don't they allow self serve?
post #52 of 59
"Would you trust a dummy from NJ with a gas pump?" is usually the joke,

but...the supposed reason is to create jobs for people, and lower insurance.

Now...I've NEVER had an actual problem pumping my own gas, and do pump my own frequently in NJ as I have a few classic cars and motorcycles.
post #53 of 59
[quote=RPMcMurphy;250868]"Would you trust a dummy from NJ with a gas pump?" is usually the joke,



That's funny!!
post #54 of 59
[quote=mpeirson;250870]....says the guy from "Pennsyltucky" :D
post #55 of 59
When I'm riding a Yamaha or Kawasaki, they let me pump my own gas here--I think they're afraid they might spill a bit and get me pissed.
post #56 of 59
North Side of Chicago, about two miles from downtown, I saw it today for $1.699 if you get a car wash, $1.999 if you don't. Rip off, huh? Seeing as how I don't drive, it doesn't bother me that much, but it is stil ice to see it going back down.

Now if only cigarettes would do the same...
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post #57 of 59
$1.54 in the town I go to college in, I remembered seeing that on a sign when I noticed the low fuel warning light come on when I was halfway home :lol: $1.62 in the town I live in. Week before finals and my brain is fried.
post #58 of 59
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Theres a poor, little city here called San Marino;) , where city ordinance prohibits self serve (or so I am told). They don't want amatures spilling gas on thier own Bentleys.
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post #59 of 59
Well, after a couple of not nice letters to the editor in the paper here last week pointing out that Sitka and Juneau have both prices under $3, and that they got fuel from the same barges we did, why was ours $3.49 still?

And then a protest (about 30 people) on the street across from two stations for about two hours, the price was lowered to $2.49.
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