Gas prices have hit a record high recently.
Many are struggling to pay to fill up their tank– see what stations have the cheapest gas today.
Where are gas prices the highest?
Inflation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine have driven up gas prices to record highs. Now, the average family is stuck paying high prices for necessities.
California has the highest average price per gallon of gas at $6.436.
Where are the cheapest stations to get gas today?
The state with the cheapest price per gallon is Georgia at $4.467. Here are the cheapest places to get gas today in the 10 most populated cities:
New York, New York ($4.59): Montauk Native Gasoline, 182 C Poospatuck Ln, Mastic, NY.
Los Angeles, California ($5.77): V Red, 2295 N Garey Ave, Pomona, CA.
Chicago, Illinois ($4.94): Lou Perrine’s, 8004 22nd Ave, Kenosha, WI.
Houston, Texas ($4.09): Accent Food Mart, 2535 West Mount Houston Rd, Houston, TX.
Phoenix, Arizona ($4.84): Conoco, 835 W US-60, Superior, AZ.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ($4.48): Amera, 1105 NJ-73 S, Palmyra, NJ.
San Antonio, Texas ($4.49): H-E-B, 108 N Rosillo St San Antonio, TX 78207.
San Diego, California ($5.59): Horizon Fuel Center, 31267 Valley Center Rd, Valley Center, CA.
Dallas, Texas ($3.89): James Grocery & Grill, 4800 James Ave, Fort Worth, TX.
San Jose, California ($6.07): Grand Gas, 899 N 13Th St San Jose, CA 95196.