Category Archive: Gasoline Prices in Oklahoma

Gasoline Prices Take Another Plunge in OKC and Across the State

A day after it was announced Oklahoma once again had the nation’s second lowest gasoline average of $2.05 a gallon, prices in the Oklahoma City metro plunged to $1.74 a gallon.

The $2.05 average statewide was announced Monday by AAA Oklahoma but Gas Buddy reported gasoline prices on Tuesday had dropped 31 cents below …

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Oklahoma has Nation’s 2nd Cheapest Gasoline Prices

Oklahoma continues with some of the cheapest gasoline in the country as this week’s average pump price is $2.09, a 3-cent increase in the past week according to the weekly report from AAA Oklahoma.

Surrounding states have prices about 3 cents higher including Arkansas and Missouri. The U.S. average is up slightly to $2.38 …

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AAA Oklahoma: Gas Prices Swing By Wide Margin in State

Oklahoma continues to have some of the cheapest gasoline in the U.S., up a penny since May 30, 2016, as the statewide average stands at $2.12 per gallon, according to the latest report from AAA Oklahoma.

“Oil markets remain lukewarm after last Thursday’s meeting with OPEC and non-OPEC producers regarding an extension of production …

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Guthrie Legislator Wages Fight Against Gasoline Tax Hike

Guthrie Rep. Jason Murphey makes it clear he will vote against any plan to increase gasoline taxes in the state.

Writing in the McCarville Report this week, the Republican legislator said it is flawed logic to suggest gasoline taxes could be increase because the state already has one of the lowest such taxes …

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Gasoline Prices Drop 5 Cents a Gallon in Oklahoma, Reaching $2.10 Average

 

Gasoline prices continue dropping in Oklahoma, reaching a new statewide average this week of $2.10 according to a weekly release from AAA Oklahoma.

The organization reports gasoline prices in the state have fallen 5 cents over the past seven days and they are down a dime from the 2017 high of $2.20 recorded …

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AAA: Oklahoma is Second in the Nation With $2.15/Gallon Average

Tulsa and Oklahoma City drivers are paying less than the statewide average for gasoline, according to the latest report from AAA Oklahoma. While the U.S. average is $2.42 a gallon, the statewide average is $2.15, up six cents from one month ago. Tulsa drivers are paying $2.11 a gallon and Oklahoma City drivers are …

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AAA Oklahoma: State Gasoline Average is $2.18 per Gallon

Despite rising gas prices for the month of April, Oklahoma continues to have some of the cheapest gasoline in the nation, up 12 cents in the past month and up 30 cents since a year ago, as the statewide average stands at $2.18 per gallon, according to the latest report from AAA Oklahoma.

“Between …

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Slight Increase in Oklahoma Gasoline Prices

Gasoline prices rose several cents a gallon in the past week in Oklahoma, resulting in a statewide average of $2.10 a gallon, still low enough to rank in the top ten lowest states in the country, according to Oklahoma AAA. The new average is three cents lower in the past month.

The organization reports …

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AAA Oklahoma: State Average For Gas is $2.11 a Gallon

Oklahoma continues to have some of the cheapest gasoline in the U.S., down 5 cents in the past month and up 77 cents since February 13, 2016, as the statewide average stands at $2.11 per gallon, according to the latest report from AAA Oklahoma.

The organization indicated that the price is the same …

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Oklahoma and Arkansas Post Lowest Gas Prices in Nation, Says AAA

Despite gasoline prices going up, Oklahoma continues to have one of the lowest gasoline prices in the U.S. as the statewide average rose by six cents since last week, according to the latest report from AAA Oklahoma. The new average is up 14 cents since November 14.

“Our Oklahoma average today of $2.02 …

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