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Fuel was $1.35 cheaper a year ago: How much higher will gas prices get before Thanksgiving?

It might be hard to believe but one year ago gas prices were $1.35 less than today.

As travelers around the U.S. get ready to head out for Thanksgiving gatherings, the price of gasoline continues to be a major issue and topic among elected officials.


Prices in New York are among the highest across the country. The average gallon of gasoline costs $3.57. One year ago the average gallon of gasoline cost just $2.22.

Even in the lowest priced state in the U.S. a gallon of gasoline is just barely under $3. In California gas prices are highest with a gallon of fuel costing an average $4.70 per gallon.

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