Category: Gasoline Prices in Oklahoma

AAA: $2.25 Oklahoma Gas Average Well Below National Average of $2.50 a Gallon

Gasoline prices now average $2.25 a gallon in Oklahoma, the third lowest state in the nation according to new figures from AAA. Prices have been increasing since before the holidays, yet several southern states rank among the cheapest in the country offering gas under $2.50 a gallon. Missouri offers the least expensive gas in the …

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AAA Oklahoma: State Gas Prices Among Lowest in the Nation

Despite the national gas price average rising to $2.49 – the most expensive average at the beginning of a new year since 2014 — Oklahoma maintains one of the lowest average rates at 2.22 a gallon, 27 cents less than the national average. High travel volumes over the holidays drove gas prices up five cents …

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Oklahoma Gasoline Prices Hit $2.19 a Gallon

Low gasoline prices in Oklahoma will continue into the New Year’s weekend as they average $2.19 a gallon, fifth lowest in the country. AAA Oklahoma says the national average is $2.44 a gallon, up two cents from a week ago. The cheapest gasoline is in Alabama where the average is $2.17. Most expensive is Hawaii …

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Gasoline Prices Hit $2.23 Average in Oklahoma

Oklahoma gasoline prices now average $2.23 a gallon, a drop of 11 cents in the past month, according to a weekly report from AAA Oklahoma. The 11-cent decline is one of the top ten largest monthly changes in gasoline prices across the U.S. The largest drop was reported in Indiana where prices fell 40 cents …

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Gas Prices Jump in Oklahoma and Across the U.S.

Gasoline prices in Oklahoma have hit an average of $2.35 a gallon, 19 cents less than the national average. AAA Oklahoma says the national average rose 9 cents over the past week while Oklahoma prices went up a nickle a gallon. “Compared to the first half of November last year, gas prices this November are …

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AAA: Oklahoma Has Lowest Gas Prices in the Nation This Week

Gasoline prices now average $2.23 a gallon in Oklahoma, the lowest price in the nation this week according to new figures released by AAA on Monday. Prices have risen 16 cents since a year ago, largely due to the hurricanes that have impacted the Gulf states refineries. In the region, gas prices are on average …

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Gas Prices on the Rise Following Hurricane Harvey

Gasoline prices shot up across the country as Hurricane Harvey struck Texas, according to a weekly release by AAA Oklahoma. Nationally, the average of $2.37 a gallon is up seven cents from one month ago and 16 cents higher than a year ago. “No doubt, Harvey has impacted operations and access to refineries in the …

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Gasoline Prices Slip in Oklahoma—Hold Steady Nationally

Gasoline prices slipped a penny in Oklahoma, reaching a new average this week of $2.12 a gallon according to a weekly release by AAA Oklahoma. Nationally, the average of $2.35 a gallon remained flat for the week but still nine cents higher than one month ago and 22 cents cheaper than a year ago. “Prices at …

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Gasoline Averages $2.13 a Gallon in Oklahoma…..5th Lowest in the Nation

Oklahoma’s gasoline prices now average $2.13 a gallon, about the same as a week ago. They are also the 5th lowest statewide average in the U.S. according to AAA Oklahoma. The national average price for regular unleaded gasoline is $2.35 a gallon and 23 cents higher than one year ago. “With summer demand running a …

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Slight Jump in Gasoline Prices Seen in Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s average gasoline prices rose 4.5 cents a gallon in the past week, reaching a new statewide average of $2.01 a gallon, according to AAA Oklahoma. At the same time, the national average gas price rose 3 cents to reach $2.26 a gallon, an increase for the first time in five weeks. It means drivers …

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