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What's the price of gas where you live?

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$2.21 For regular unleaded here in the Winston Salem area...Of course diesel and 93 octane are considerably more expensive.....As much as 30 to 40 cents per gallon......

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Round $2.50+ here for the holiday weekend 

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2.99 fillup before I left for the cabin.  2.79 up there to get home???   SUP with that????  Always higher up there.

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Reverse psychology?

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On 7/5/2019 at 8:50 PM, JUSTA6 said:

2.99 fillup before I left for the cabin.  2.79 up there to get home???   SUP with that????  Always higher up there.

$2.99 for 87 Octane as of yesterday here in my next of the woods.

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$2.56  filled up yesterday.

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On 7/12/2019 at 3:05 PM, JUSTA6 said:

$2.56  filled up yesterday.

Dang it!

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$2.95 was the average today.  

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$2.59 today at Kroger. I had 10 cents off to bring it down to $2.49 for 87 regular.

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Now your cookin.....95% of the gas i buy is from Kroger. Best deal out there!!

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I agree - however Kroger gas doesn't make us immune to the crazy-ass price swings we get here in the MidWest.

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