Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by queuetee, Mar 12, 2020.
I filled up in Lakeville,MN (suburb of Minneapolis) for $1.09 at a Speedway station
A tank of gas now coming up on McDonald's combo meal price territory.
Near St. Croix Falls, WI this morning:
Still falling, significantly. I saw some $1.66-ish range prices when I was out a while back.
There are, however, some still in the $2.20-ish range.
I have not filled up for what seems like AGES, and still about 1/2 of a tank left. I guess I should fill up while the prices are low.
Chevron/premium /$2.29 SoCal but I use my Vons cents off so I get 20 cents a gallon off so I payed $2.09
1.39 in Cincinnati area.
wow, that is cheap. Out here in Valencia, we are still at $3.50 for premium
Just filled up the Jeep for $32 @ $1.59/gal. at Sam's Club.
Chevron/premium /$3.29 SoCal but I use my Vons cents off so I get 20 cents a gallon off so I payed $3.09
Cheaper gas and nowhere to go.
I am apparently "essential" so I have been working Monday-Friday like any other week, at $2 a gallon, id fill up and add in my 3 weekly trips to the casino, end of 1 week I was ready to fill up again, now cut those 3 casino drives out, I filled up 2 weeks ago and just passed half a tank today...
as of today
Gas prices in the Minneapolis area today.... I go to the Burnsville Costco, so guess where I filled up today?
Hi Hi Market 27 gallons
That's enough for my original Honda Insight to drive to Las vegas with gas left over
$1.99 in South Florida.
I saw some $1.50-ish prices when I was out yesterday. I sure hope they stay low until I really need gas again, or at least have enough room for a meaningful top-off. The lack of the morning/afternoon commute (not to mention a weekend trip to the casinos) really makes a tank full of gas last quite a while.
Cheapest I saw yesterday was Costco, $2,35 for regular.
Just paid .99 in Milwaukee area, Waukesha to be exact. First time under $1 since...I have no idea.
Around me the price has dropped 30 cent/gal, down to $2.49/gal. I don't expect it to go much lower. Still way to high.
Since PA gasoline tax is .587/g + .184/g for Fed equal .771, I don't think I will ever see gas under $1 in PA.
Had to look up Wisconsins tax .329/gal so our total here is .513/gal. at $.99 it is probably the first time I paid more on taxes for gas than I did for gas.
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