Gas prices remain at the front of the minds of most United States residents at the beginning of this new week, with costs still higher than many would like.
After a steady decline in prices through July and August, September has seen them crepe back up in the wrong direction, leaving people scrambling for the best value once more.
To help, we are back with the latest of our daily guides to help you to find the cheapest gas available in your area. Below, we have listed the cheapest places to refill your tanks in the United States’ 10 most populated cities.
What state has the highest gas prices?
The US state that has the highest gas prices is California. In California, the price is currently an average of 5.44 dollars per gallon, slowly rising.
What state has the lowest gas prices?
The US state that has the lowest gas prices is still Mississippi, which has recently overtaken Texas to go to the very top in this ranking as the average price there is now 3.11 dollars per gallon. Louisiana is still second and Texas third.
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 (2.99 dollars): BP, 1127 Broadhollow Road, Farmindale, NY.
- Los Angeles, California (4.65 dollars): Costco, 520 N Lone Holl Ave, San Dimas, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois (3.16 dollars): Gulf, 28052nd St, Kenosha, WI.
- Houston, Texas (2.49 dollars): El Amigo, 7220 Airline Dr, Houston, TX.
- Phoenix, Arizona (3.65 dollars): Circle K, 2000 W American Ave, Oracle, AZ.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (3.09 dollars): Liberty, 1001 W 4th St, Wilmington, DE.
- San Antonio, Texas (2.75 dollars): Costco, 15330 IH-35 N Selma, TX.
- San Diego, California (4.69 dollars): Horizon Fuel Center, 31267 Valley Center Rd, Valley Center, CA.
- Dallas, Texas (2.83 dollars): Valero & Circle K, 801 S Westgate Way, Wylie, TX.
- San Jose, California (4.85 dollars): World, 3148 Senter Rd, San Jose, CA.