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Lowest Gasoline Prices Reported in Oklahoma Since 2004

August 27, 2015

Lowest Gasoline Prices Reported in Oklahoma Since 2004The rise in gasoline prices over the past several years has left a lot of people struggling to be able to afford to keep their gas tanks full.  In places like Oklahoma, where most cities aren’t considered “walkable” and require having a car to maneuver around the city, this can be particularly difficult on residents. Fortunately for consumers, however, gas prices have recently dropped.

Gas prices are currently at an all-time low since 2004. Based on AAA Oklahoma information, the statewide average for gas is about $2.46 per gallon right now. The rest of the country is experiencing the same price break as well. The national average of $2.80 per gallon on June 15 has dropped by almost 23 cents, with the national average cost now $2.58. The change has been brought about by the drop in crude oil prices.

Oklahoma is one of the 10 states with the largest week-over-week price decline. The average dropped by almost 12 cents from the average seven days ago.

Chris George Homes
Oklahoma City Realtor
Let’s get in touch: 405.843.8188

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