As 2023 comes to a close, many people have strong feelings regarding inflation and gas prices this year.
People are starting to travel back home after the holiday weekend, so it’s good to know what’s happening in the world of gas prices.
Luckily, the prices are mostly less than what they were this past summer, but they’re still high.
States with the most expensive gas
California had the highest gas prices for quite some time, but that shifted awhile ago when Hawaii took over as the state with the most expensive gas prices, according to Marca. The average price right now in Hawaii is over $5, currently coming in at $5.037 per gallon.
States with the cheapest gas
Texas has maintained its place as the state with the cheapest gas. Right now the average price per gallon is around $2.646.
Marca recently shared the top ten gas stations in the highest populated cities offering the cheapest gas
- New York City, New York: Mobil, 1 Kingston Ave, Port Jervis, NY: $2.50
- Los Angeles, California: Berri Brothers, 25122 Marguerite Pkwy, Mission Viejo, CA, $3.49
- Chicago, Illinois: Costco, 7707 94th Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI, $2.49
- Houston, Texas: Valero & Circle K, 475 FM-1960 W,, Houston, TX, $2.19
- Phoenix, Arizona: Chevron, 3160 N Toltec Rd, Eloy, AZ, $2.61
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Love’s Travel Stop, 2008 US-206 S, Bordentown, NJ, $2.76
- San Antonio, Texas: J Bees, 401 E Aviation Blvd, Universal City, TX, $2.28
- San Diego, California: Sinclair, 12033 Scripps Summit Dr, San Diego, CA, $3.69
- Dallas, Texas: Costco, 1701 Dallas Pkwy, Plano, TX, $2.34
- San Jose, California: ARCO, 1405 Branham Ln, San Jose, CA, $3.74
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