Gas prices fell a long way during the month of July, but they’ve been on the rise again this month and, as such, residents of the United States of America still have to spend more than they’d like to refill their tanks.
The United States‘ average gas prices are now considerably higher than they were at the beginning of the year, so everybody needs a little help finding the best prices at the pumps.
And that’s exactly where we come in. We’ve complied a list of the cheapest gas stations in 10 of the most populated cities in the US, just as we do every day.
Which state has the highest gas prices?
California continues to lead the way in terms of being the state with the most expensive gas prices with a gallon of gas costing 5.509 dollars on average.
Which state has the lowest prices?
Texas maintains its status as the state with the lowest average price with a gallon of gas costing 3.620 on average.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US located?
The following list details a set of 10 of the cheapest gas stations in some of the biggest cities in the country.
- New York, New York (3.80 dollars): Two Eagles, 852 Bloomingdale Rd, Basom, NY
- Los Angeles, California (4.59 dollars): Berri Brothers, 3860 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois (3.59 dollars): Costco, 7707 94th Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI
- Houston, Texas (3.10 dollars): Valero & Circle K, 13215 W Little York Rd, Houston, TX
- Phoenix, Arizona (3.65 dollars): Fastrip, 1620 N Pinal Ave, Casa Grande, AZ
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (3.35 dollars): BP, 1713 Wilmington Rd, New Castle, DE
- San Antonio, Texas (3.05 dollars): Kirby Food Mart, 5567 Old Seguin Rd, Kirby, TX
- San Diego, California (4.75 dollars): MCX Autosport, 2662 Gonzalves Ave, Miramar, CA
- Dallas, Texas (3.22 dollars): Sam’s Club, 6760 Westworth Blvd, Westworth Village, TX
- San Jose, California (4.59 dollars): Gas & Shop, 17005 Condit Rd, Morgan Hill, CA