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The 7 - One Question... - What's the price of gas where you are?
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#101 Posted on 3.9.05 1702.22
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We went down a dime overnight here in Des Moines (uh...I mean "Parts Unknown"). We're now at $2.99/$3.09/$3.19 depending on the grade.

I filled up last night at Costco for $3.15 for premium. The regular unleaded there was $2.94.

$40.00 to fill up a Beetle. I hope the oil companies are having a really good laugh over this.
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#102 Posted on 3.9.05 2004.32
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In South Jersey, I got gas for 3.29 today. I was told during an indy wrestling show that the price was supposed to drop next week, but we'll see.

Needless to say, I only got 20 dollars worth, enough to get me to said show in Philly.
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#103 Posted on 4.9.05 0928.14
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The stations near me are now at $3.40-$3.50 for 87 octane.
That's a $.80 jump since Tuesday evening.
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#104 Posted on 4.9.05 1230.05
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$1.39/litre by my best friends place in Toronto. OUCH
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#105 Posted on 4.9.05 1346.03
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You are all very lucky in the USA! Here in Germany the price for one liter is about € 1.45, so a gallon, in USD, would be around $5.

The last time I filled up my car I paid over 60 €. Next time it will be close to 70 €. This twice or three times per month will be pretty hard to handle.
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#106 Posted on 6.9.05 0837.10
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Back to $2.799.

It was weird seeing one of the higher-profile stations go from $3.199 to $2.799 over the course of the weekend - that's, like, FORTY CENTS. Two fifths of an entire dollar!

Then there's this...

    Originally posted by http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/nm/20050906/od_nm/gas_dc_1

    BOSTON (Reuters) - As gasoline prices vault to well over $3 a gallon in many parts of the United States, some gas retailers are turning customers away because their pumps can't be set above $3.

    About 200 gas sellers in rural Vermont own pumps too old to compute the higher prices, state authorities said on Friday, causing some to shut their pumps when prices spiked above $3 after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

    [MORE]


And you've probably seen this AP photo from Stockbridge, GA, last week...

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(http://news.yahoo.com/photos/ss/events/bs/031005gaspricesrisin/im:/050901/480/gagb10209010023)

Time to see if the traditional Labor Day drop comes to pass or not...
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#107 Posted on 6.9.05 1102.18
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    And you've probably seen this AP photo from Stockbridge, GA, last week...

    (image removed)


Now I'm JUST SO EXCITED to be spending twelve lovely days in that part of the country with my rental car (starting Friday). "I'll take the Economy car, please."

I saw one station at $3.059 here yesterday and it was the only one with over $3.00 for regular unleaded.
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#108 Posted on 19.9.05 1012.10
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Down to $2.85 a gallon, but looking at crude and unleaded prices flying up on the markets with a hurricane going into the gulf again, I wouldn't be shocked if it was over $3.50 by this time next week.
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#109 Posted on 19.9.05 1033.09
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$2.799, with reports that it's $2.649 in Fond du Lac, about 15 miles away.

Cost of gas from the terminal in Green Bay is about $2.45.
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#110 Posted on 19.9.05 1139.21
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Filled up yesterday for $2.81/gal.

(edited by Spaceman Spiff on 19.9.05 1239)
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#111 Posted on 19.9.05 1214.25
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2.72.9 here at Sam's. Can't believe how excited I was to find that price.

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#112 Posted on 20.9.05 1224.38
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We are back down to $2.37, which was the "low" price of gas here before Hurricane Katrina.

On the other hand, I've managed to watch my driving enough to make a tank last a week and a half instead of the usual week.
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#113 Posted on 20.9.05 2258.14
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Were at about 2.79 here in NH.
I remember right after Katrina the Cumberland Farms around the corner from my place wanted 3.89 while everyone else was about thirty cents cheaper...
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#114 Posted on 20.9.05 2309.23
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Back down to 98.9 per liter in Calgary.
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#115 Posted on 21.9.05 0906.28
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Down to $2.499 (from $2.599) for a gallon this morning - it seems like all the jumps have been a dime this month...
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#116 Posted on 21.9.05 1605.16
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Yep. We jumped back UP a dime today.

$2.47.
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#117 Posted on 21.9.05 1626.32
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Everyone seems to have settled down to $2.99 here in the Philly suburbs, although I see the occasional above-$3 holdout.

There was an article in the Inquirer the other day about how some Lukoil station owners are upset because Lukoil is charging them so much for gas that they have to either set their prices higher than those of surrounding stations, or lose money. Some of 'em have gone so far as to cover up their Lukoil signs and start buying gas elsewhere.
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#118 Posted on 22.9.05 1730.21
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    Originally posted by Shem the Penman
    Everyone seems to have settled down to $2.99 here in the Philly suburbs, although I see the occasional above-$3 holdout.

    There was an article in the Inquirer the other day about how some Lukoil station owners are upset because Lukoil is charging them so much for gas that they have to either set their prices higher than those of surrounding stations, or lose money. Some of 'em have gone so far as to cover up their Lukoil signs and start buying gas elsewhere.


In Longview, Texas, I saw it at $2.399 at a Kroeger earlier this morning. There was line of about 20 cars waiting for gas.

Across the street, a convenient store had it for $2.899 and there were 2 cars pumping gas.

Some people just can't wait, it seems.
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#119 Posted on 23.9.05 1426.41
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Not where I live, but still...

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...and yes, this is in Canada. And no....I'm not joking. I found this on the Toronto Star website after seeing it in the newspaper.


(edited by SOK on 23.9.05 1327)

(edited by SOK on 23.9.05 1341)
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#120 Posted on 23.9.05 1504.54
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    Originally posted by Shem the Penman
    Everyone seems to have settled down to $2.99 here in the Philly suburbs, although I see the occasional above-$3 holdout.

    There was an article in the Inquirer the other day about how some Lukoil station owners are upset because Lukoil is charging them so much for gas that they have to either set their prices higher than those of surrounding stations, or lose money. Some of 'em have gone so far as to cover up their Lukoil signs and start buying gas elsewhere.

I filled up for $2.789/gal last night. Wawa seems to have the cheapest prices. The place was JUMPING when I got there. There must have been at least 25 cars in the lot.

(edited by Spaceman Spiff on 23.9.05 1605)
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