Retail gasoline prices have risen sharply across Texas after months of declines. AAA Texas reported Thursday that the average price at the pump settled at $1.98 per gallon.
Retail gasoline prices have gone up in Texas for the first time since October. AAA Texas reported on Thursday that the average price at the pump rose a penny to reach $1.85 per gallon.
After dipping well below the $2 mark, gas prices across North Texas are creeping back up.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas slipped 3 cents this week to settle at $1.84 per gallon. That compares to the nationwide average of $2.04 per gallon, AAA Texas reported.
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Retail gasoline prices across Texas this week continue to tumble, settling at $1.87 per gallon. The price per gallon is now a whopping $1.24 less than one year ago.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas continue to plummet, with the average cost at the pump dropping this week by a dime to settle at $2.05.
Most people have not seen gas prices drop below $2.00 in nearly a decade, but gas stations across North Texas started rolling back the numbers at the pump on Thursday.
Think of it as an early Christmas gift. Drivers can now fill up their gas tanks for less than $2.00 per gallon at Fuel City in Dallas. But, you will have to act fast to get in on this deal.
AAA Texas reported that retail gasoline prices across the state have dropped by a dime since the Thanksgiving holiday, settling in this week at an average of $2.50 per gallon.
As holiday shoppers look for deals the best one could be found at the gas station.