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I'm not sure about everywhere else, but the price of gas has dropped off a little bit in the last week! :D

Regular was about $3.05 last week, and I've seen it about $2.93 in a few places on the way to work.

Hope it keeps dropping! :thumbsup:

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i saw 2.89... but careful, you might jinx it
 

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I got gas in Medford for $2.77 I was suprised it came down .20 over a week I wonder how long this will last.
 

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gas is going down like the boys in boston did last night :tongue:

so far jersey has the best gas prices around here $2.86 for full serve sunoco two weeks ago
 

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pnyklr: gas is going down like the boys in boston did last night

so far jersey has the best gas prices around here $2.86 for full serve sunoco two weeks ago
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Don’t worry about the boys of Boston they will stabilize there pitching. :zbash: I’d like to see gas go down below $2.50 the station a block from me just lowered there price $2.75 regular full service.:xpcool:
 

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$2.75 for full serve regular? Wow! :eek: I need to see those prices down here.

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i'll be happy when i am around $2.50/gallon(premium). lower is better though.
 

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sunoco at the end of my stree is 3.27 and the sunoco station about a mile from there is 3.14. so i drive a little to get gas. i cant wait until its under 3.00. this is for 93 octane
 

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Fdawg03SVT said:
i cant wait until its under 3.00. this is for 93 octane

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3.13 for regular here SoCal, pumped 40.00 dollars last fill up .
 

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I saw $2.86 for self serve regular today on Rt.9 in Newton. Here in Franklin, the price is still in the $2.99 range! :mad:

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No surprise

$2.65 for regular north of Boston. Check out this web site.

http://www.bostongasprices.com/

Winter is coming and it's time to screw people who use heating oil. Some refineries switch to making #2 heating oil this time of year. If there's a surplus of gas the price goes down.

What shortage?:confused:
 
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