December 16, gas prices in America show things are starting to change, with the cost of fuel dropping in many states now.
Find out Where is Cheapest Gas Station
This year, gas prices have been the main discussed topic across the United States of America this year. After being under lockdowns for 2 years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the US was strangled by supply chain issues that saw a marked increase in the prices of everyday items such as groceries, utilities, electricity, and gas.
Moreover, MARCA reported that the United States also imposed a series of sanctions on Russian oil imports adding to the average price of a gallon of gas to its highest-ever level in the history of the US. In June this past year, the average price for a gallon of gas across the United States was more than over five dollars. Prices at the gestation skyrocketed earlier this year, but lately, they have started to gradually fall back to their normal.
The United States’ 10 Major Cities with Cheapest Gas Prices
In terms of the cheapest gas stations in the US, filling up your car is still more expensive than last year, but this is the following list of the cheapest gas stations in the 10 most populated cities.
- Dallas, ($2.00): Exxon, 1451 W Henderson St Cleburne, TX
- San Jose, ($4.09): Safeway, 100 Tennant Station Morgan Hill, CA.
- New York, ($2.49): Mastic, 310 Neighborhood Rd Mastic Beach, NY.
- Los Angeles, ($3.49): Walmart, 17150 Gale Ave City of Industry, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois ($2.67): Gulf, 5922 Sheridan Rd Kenosha, WI.
- Houston, Texas ($2.27): Valero, 11510 Boudreaux Rd Tomball, TX.
- Phoenix, ($2.75): TA Travel Center, 2949 N Toltec Rd Eloy, AZ.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ($2.89): Delta, 737 N Main St Glassboro, NJ.
- San Antonio, ($2.18): Valero, 606 Old US-90 W San Antonio, TX.
- San Diego, ($3.93): Son’s, 445 W 5th Ave Escondido, CA.