Although July saw prices dip compared to June, there does not seem to be any further let up in August when it comes to the high gas prices that have been seen across the United States of America.
Consumers are fairly trying all they can to save money on gas but prices at the pimps are staying high nationwide.
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?
As is to be expected, California has got the highest average gas price in the country at moment. It is currently sat at just over 5.5 dollars per gallon. It had reached over six dollars a gallon in July.
What state has the lowest gas prices?
The cheapest state to get your gas right now is Texas as it costs just over 3.6 dollars per gallon in the Lone Star State today. It has risen ever slightly since Tuesday though.
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 (3.89 dollars): Montauk Native Gasoline, 182 C Poospatuck Ln, Mastic, NY.
- Los Angeles, California (4.59 dollars): Berri Brothers, 3860 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois (3.49 dollars): Luke, 9502 E 37th Ave, Hobart, IN.
- Houston, Texas (3.13 dollars): Circle K, 13215 W Little York Rd, Houston, TX.
- Phoenix, Arizona (3.75 dollars): Gurus Grace LLC, 1949 E Osborn Rd, Phoenix, AZ.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (3.84 dollars): Sun Gas & Diesel, 1228 Middletown Warwick Rd, Middletown, DE.
- San Antonio, Texas (3.19 dollars): Flying J, 1815 N Foster Rd, San Antonio, TX.
- San Diego, California (4.73 dollars): Circle K, 26746 N Centre City Pkwy, Escondido, CA.
- Dallas, Texas (2.64 dollars): Exxon, 2410 S Hampton Rd, Dallas, TX.
- San Jose, California (4.89 dollars): Chevron, 710 San Benito St, Hollister, CA.