Gas prices have been soaring throughout 2022 in the United States of America and abroad, but have thankfully started to fall since we said goodbye to June.
August has seen them creep back up again after a good month in July, so customers are still seeking the cheapest gas they can find.
So, we’re here to help. In order to do just that, we are compiling daily lists of the cheapest gas stations in the 10 biggest cities in the USA.
What state has the highest gas prices?
Bad news, California residents. The Golden State’s prices remain higher than the rest with the average price per gallon currently at 5.384 dollars. It is a slight fall from yesterday’s price of 5.397 dollars.
What state has the cheapest gas prices?
Good news for Texans as Texas continues to boast the cheapest gas prices in the United States, averaging 3.493 dollars per gallon.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US?
The following is a list of the lowest-priced places to refill your tanks in the 10 most populated US cities.
- New York, New York (3.65 dollars): Exxon, 491 Bloomfield AVe, Bloomfield, NJ.
- Los Angeles, California (4.59 dollars): Berri Brothers, 3860 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois (3.29 dollars): BP, 10477 120TH Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI.
- Houston, Texas (2.99 dollars): Shell, 21480 Fairfield Place Dr, Cypress, TX.
- Phoenix, Arizona (3.34 dollars): ARCO, 935 N 43rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (3.65 dollars): Sun Gas & Diesel, 1228 Middletown Warwick Rd, Middleton, DE.
- San Antonio, Texas (3.04 dollars): Costco, 11210 Potranco Rd, San Antonio, TX.
- San Diego, California (4.69 dollars): Son’s Auto Service, 445 W 5th Ave, Escondido, CA.
- Dallas, Texas (2.99 dollars): Costco, 600 W Arbrook Blvd, Arlington, TX.
- San Jose, California (4.57 dollars): Golden Eagle Gas, 16995 Monterey St, Morgan Hill, CA.