It’s now August and consumers in the USA will be hoping that inflation continues to ease, as it did throughout July with falling gas prices.
There’s still a need for gas prices to come down further because they are still much higher than they were at the start of the year.
To help you fill up your car for less, we’ve created this guide to the cheapest gas stations in the 10 biggest cities in the USA.
What state has the highest gas prices?
The US state that has the highest gas prices has long been California. The price finally fell back below six dollars per gallon this month, but is still relatively high at 5.61 dollars per gallon.
What state has the lowest gas prices?
The US state that has the lowest gas prices is now Texas, which has moved top in this ranking as the average price there is now 3.72 dollars per gallon.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US?
When it comes to finding the cheapest gas stations in the USA, these are the lowest-priced places to get gas in the top 10 most populated cities in the country:
- New York, New York (4.40 dollars): Bridge Stop, 4202 21St St Long Island City, NY.
- Los Angeles, California (5.31 dollars): Valero, 500 S Alameda St Los Angeles, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois (5.09 dollars): Costco, 1430S Ashland Ave Chicago, IL.
- Houston, Texas (3.77 dollars): Circle K, 911 Studewood St Houston, TX.
- Phoenix, Arizona (4.12 dollars): Sams Club, 1525 W Bell Rd Phoenix, AZ.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (4.29 dollars): North Philly Gas, 2824 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA.
- San Antonio, Texas (3.39 dollars): Sams Club, 3150 Sw Military Dr San Antonio, TX.
- San Diego, California (5.39 dollars): Cloverleaf Market, 3070 Reynard Way San Diego, CA.
- Dallas, Texas (3.65 dollars): 7-Eleven, 3602 S Lancaster Rd Dallas, TX.
- San Jose, California (5.12 dollars): Grand Gas, 899 N 13Th St San Jose, CA.