The levels of gas prices makes for a slightly better reading for Americans on each passing day as the prices have been steadily falling over the past couple of months.
They are still much higher than pre-pandemic levels though and it is still very much worth shopping around to try and find a reliably cheaper gas station nearby, especially with the cost of living crisis and Christmas being on the way.
So we are here to help you shop around. Just like we do every day, we’ve compiled a list of the cheapest gas stations in the most populated US cities.
What state has the highest gas prices?
It is those residing in Hawaii who are having to face the most expensive gas prices in the USA right now on average, with the price hovering around 5.19 dollars per gallon.
What state has the lowest gas prices?
The southern states have tended to have the cheapest gas prices during the entire post-Covid price boom and right now it is Texas with an average price of 2.9 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 (2.83 dollars): Gulf, 642 Pine Island Tpke, Pine Island, NY
- Los Angeles, California (4.19 dollars): Costco, 17550 Castleton St, Industry, CA
- Chicago, Illinois (3.73 dollars): Love’s Travel Club, 2601 S Cicero Ave, Cicero, IL
- Houston, Texas (2.42 dollars): Costco, 1150 Bunker Hill Rd, Houston, TX
- Phoenix, Arizona (3.65 dollars): QuikTrip, 1420 N 24th St, Phoenix, AZ
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (3.49 dollars): J&J Bustleton, 7951 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, PA
- San Antonio, Texas (2.53 dollars): Walmart, 9005 FM-1560 N, San Antonio, TX
- San Diego, California (4.49 dollars): MCX Autoport, 3800 Belleau Woods Ave, San Diego, CA
- Dallas, Texas (2.49 dollars): Billy’s, E Quinlan Pkwy, West Tawakoni, TX
- San Jose, California (4.45 dollars): Costco, 1709 Automation Pkwy, San Jose, CA.