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Report Your Local Gas Prices Here

mznmzn Posts: 727
edited December 2013 in General
This topic is only for reporting the price of gas.
Please give us your prices, as well as city and
state, only. Thanks!

carlady/host
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  • avs007avs007 Posts: 97
    $1.88 for 92 at Chevron by my house
    $1.68 I think for 87

    Though a little ways away, I saw a Chevron selling 92 for $1.95

    I have a picture, when I went on business in California, of a Chevron selling 92 for $2.05 , and this was back in August!
  • barresa11barresa11 Posts: 277
    Got gas last night @ Chevron. Price was $1.77 for regular. Prem is $1.97. Ouch, ouch, ouch. Sure glad I bought the Subaru instead of 4Runner or Rodeo.

    Stephen
  • bowhuntwibowhuntwi Posts: 262
    1.459 regular unleaded 87

    1.559 special unleaded 89

    1.659 super unleaded 92

    1.52 diesel
  • agtabbyagtabby Posts: 28
    tyical regular 1.60

    as usual special extra dime, premium two dimes.

    Best price in town is Costco 1.45.

    Andrew
  • $1.56 for 87 at Shell, down from $1.59 a few days ago.
  • modvptnlmodvptnl Posts: 1,352
    A local Texaco in Vegas was $2.09 over the weekend for premium. Arco is $1.93-1.99.
  • wilcoxwilcox Posts: 581
    Name brand $ 1.43 Ammoco

    Almost name brand $ 1.39 Citgo

    Discount brand $ 1.36 RaceTrack

    El cheapo brand $ 1.29 Petro
  • ccotenjccotenj Posts: 610
    texaco

    1.46 regular
    1.52 plus
    1.61 premium

    at least they pump it for me.

    -Chris
  • OnYerLeftOnYerLeft Posts: 14
    Gas war in a Minneapolis suburb this weekend--regular as low as 1.25.9. A tv news report actually had a break-even analysis with a map showing how far it would be worth your while to drive there to come out ahead at that price!

    In other parts of town regular can be had for 1.37.9 today.
  • cstarke1cstarke1 Posts: 5
    From 1.49 for regular (87) to $1.62 for premium (91 to 93) is the best I'm finding. Strange how one Shell station can charge $1.80 for premium when the guy across the street has his premium priced at $1.65
  • rea98drea98d Posts: 982
    1.499 For 87
    1.599 for 89
    1.699 for 92
    93 & higher is unavailable here, and I have no idea what diesel goes for.
  • Prices have been dropping for about the last two weeks. The politicians (Energy Secretary Richardson) have been ignoring this, while taking the credit for pressuring OPEC and talking about maybe seeing a decrease by late summer. Of course, Richardson probably doesn't gas up his government limo.

    Anyway, here in Corpus

    1.289 for unleaded down from peak of 1.469
    Plus and Premium are 10 and 20 cents more.

    Raceway (very competitive el cheapo) at the other end of town (20 mile drive) is 1.239 this morning.
  • ccotenjccotenj Posts: 610
    why can't you get real premium there?

    -Chris
  • rea98drea98d Posts: 982
    I'm not sure why 93 isn't available here. I checked every filling station I could find looking for it for my Mercury, and my friend did the same for his turbocharged Saab, but nobody sells it. "Why" is one of those great unsolved questions of life.
  • agtabbyagtabby Posts: 28
    dumb question, why post with hidden line response? Just makes me hit enter a few extra times.

    just curious.

    Andrew
  • fastdriverfastdriver Posts: 2,273
    agtabby-

    Supposedly because the comments are "off topic"- they don't mention the price of gas. Plus, they don't want to be reprimanded by the hosts and have them switch this topic to another one that might talk about different octanes.

    fastdriver
  • mznmzn Posts: 727
    Yes, short off-topic exchanges are best done by hiding posts. Thank you for your consideration.

    carlady/host
  • pschiffepschiffe Posts: 373
    Do not buy any gasoline from APRIL 6, 2000 THROUGH APRIL 9, 2000. Buy what you need before the dates listed above, or after, but try not to buy any during the GAS OUT.

    Last year on April 30, 1999, a gas out was staged across Canada and the U.S. to bring the price of gas down and it worked. It's time to do something about it again. This time, lets make it for three days instead of just one. The oil cartel cedided to slow production to drive up gasoline prices. Lets see how many American/Canadian perople we can get to ban together for a three day period in April, NOT TO BUT ANY GASOLINE, during those three days. LETS HAVE A GAS OUT.

    If you want to help, just send this to everyone you know and ask them to do the same. We brought the prices down once before, and we can do it again! Come on North America lets stand together. WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
  • pjyoungpjyoung Posts: 885
    Besides, with recent news in the decrease in the barrel price of oil , gasoline prices will come down in a few weeks anyway...it won't have anything to do with any "GAS OUT". Just this past week, gas prices in my area dropped from $1.40 to $1.29. Besides, the oil companies will rake it in on April 5 and April 10, when all the "outers" are either topping off or filling up. Net effect - $0.00.

    If you want a pretty good gauge of oil prices and future prices, just check on any airline stocks. when OPEC limits production, the stocks drop. When they recieve good news, the stock rises. Bear in mind that these stocks are looking forward to the next quarter or more. Lately, most airline stocks have been rising, even when Wall Street had it's rough couple of days.

    Again, prices are heading down, and any decrease at the pumps will NOT be due to any gas out.
  • sable93sable93 Posts: 107
    Gas is down to $1.29 here in Cincinnati at the right gas stations. I think $1.30 is a reasonable price for gas here in the midwest. It was $1.00 before all the price hikes happened. $1.30 isn't too high, and it still allows the greedy oil shieks to get their extra money (like they need it!)
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