Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by queuetee, Mar 12, 2020.
2.34 in long island, NY
$3.49 for regular at the Shell station near us, but they are always 50 to 80 cents a gallon more than the nearest Costco a few miles further away.
$1.90 in rural Indiana.
Averaging 2.10-2.20 in a lot of Chicago suburbs. Did a price check and I saw some sub $2 prices as close as Gary, In. If the trend continues we make actually see the same on the IL side soon.
When I first posted this thread, I forgot to mention that the tumble was from $2.14 to $2.02 in two days. I know we had a warm winter so the heating oil wasn't being sold like previous years.....but I am shocked at how low the gas prices are for us and even lower for lots of you in the middle of the country.
It is about $7 per gallon here in the UK, which is cheaper than it has been for a good while.
Dropping to about 87 cents per litre around here. Diesel is still more expensive but dropping fast.
Dropped to $3.15 this morning.
$1.81 a gallon at the Shell by my house which is 14 cents a gallon from last Sunday when I filled up.
$1.87 Norfolk VA The trend seems to be downward yippee.
Finally under $2. $1.99 in exurban Omaha.
1.76 if you have a Costco membership in Milwaukee area, I have seen 1.96 to 2.32 this weekend.
Sam's club in Oklahoma
I just paid $2.29 for premium (93) at a Mass. Costco. Stoked about that!
1.99-2.15 in the north metro of St. Paul, MN
$2.70 something in northern Nevada
I paid 75.3 cents per liter for premium (93 octane) here in north Florida Thursday or Friday. Aka the value of about 4 shares of my US shale oil stock now.
400 shares if you bought Chesapeake Energy.
down to 1.67 basically overnight 20 cents down Iowa
Gadzooks. A tank of gas cheaper than a bucket of fried chicken at KFC.
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