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Gas prices across the country and in Arizona continue to dip, with the state average declining by more than a nickel this week.
Another week, another significant decline for drivers who continue to fill their tanks in Arizona, especially in the East Valley.
Arizona drivers continue to enjoy the benefits of the recent dip in gasoline prices this last week.
Arizona is now one of 21 states in the country where drivers pay less than $3 a gallon for fuel on average.
The price to fill the pump in Arizona sustained a significant decline thisweek, especially at East Valley stations.
East Valley drivers continue to pay the lowest price at the pump across Arizona, with certain areas seeing the average dip below $3.
Arizona drivers got to see the cost to fill the tank drop once again this week.
Fuel prices have tumbled again in Arizona and across the country, with the East Valley benefiting greatly from the fall.
Drivers in Arizona and across the country saw the cost to fill their tank drop by several cents this week.
The price of gas for Arizona drivers have dropped by nearly five cents this week as part of a continued decline.
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The price to fill the tank continued its recent slid this week and is now dropped below last year’s prices.
Arizonans once again paid less for gas this week than they did the week prior, or even during the summer.
When East Valley residents are looking for a brief getaway to decompress and escape the sweltering summer heat, they usually turn their eyes northward to the cooler climes of Prescott, Flagstaff or the Mogollon Rim. However, they’re doing themselves a disservice if they chose to ignore our neighbor to the south.
The price of fuel for the Labor Day weekend is the second highest it’s been in five years, although it has decreased when compared to last week.
The coming end of the summer season has lead to a decrease in the average price to fill the tank across Arizona.
Motorists in Arizona have seen another dip in the cost to fill the tank this week, one that put the average price below $3.50.
People fueling their vehicles this week have once again seen the cost to complete the refill is less than the week before.
Arizona drivers who filled the tank this week paid the lowest price to do so in more than a month and a half.
The average price to fill the tank is down once again in Arizona, with the average driver paying just shy of 2 cents less than the week prior.
Drivers across Arizona saw the price to fill the tank decrease by more than 1 cent this week.
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While March ended with another increase in the cost of fuel, the average price was at the lowest level in four years.
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