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Monday, September 03, 2007

How much is gas where you are?

We went to Fayetteville this weekend and had a great time seeing old friends and spending time with family. The Razorback game was good, but a bit boring at times. One of the things I couldn't believe was how much of a difference the price in gas was from DeQueen to Fayetteville. I got progressively more and more expensive as we drove north. Gas in DeQueen was $2.66/gal and was $3.06/gal in Fayetteville. So how much is it where you live?



  • At 8:35 PM, Blogger Sarah said…

    It was $2.79 in Siloam Springs and it ranged from $2.87-2.99 in Tulsa. It makes absolutely no sense.

  • At 11:40 AM, Blogger Linds said…

    I get so mad when I drive down to LR for the weekend... it's 30 cents cheaper in Russellville than here, so I usually just put enough in my tank to get me there and then fill 'er up. Apparently they say it's because we get our gas from different store houses, and thus the difference since there's a difference in the price of storing oil. I'm not convinced it's not because of socio-economic reasons.

  • At 8:19 PM, Blogger jlo said…

    Gas in Texarkana, TX today was $2.58. Gas in Texarkana, AR today was $2.79.
    Less than 5 miles between the stations. Go figure.

  • At 10:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    uhm...i want to say $2.89 or $2.69 in NYC...but then again i don't see a lot of gas stations...but i remember someone saying it was cheap. i just pay 76 dollars for 30 days unlimited transportation on subways and buses. love public transport.

  • At 4:33 PM, Blogger Shelly said…

    $2.51 in Houston, of course we are near the gulf ... still, not cheap by any means!


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