Lakewood Sees Lowest Gas Prices in Years

citgoGas prices continue to drop in New Jersey, and Lakewood today is seeing prices it hasn’t seen in years. Both Citgo and Delta are offering gas at $2.61 per gallon.

The New Jersey average earlier this month fell below $3.00 per gallon for the first time since 2010.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. To askan wannabe: unlikely to cross 2 dollars. The oil markets have tanked, but at a certain level oil companies will drastically lower the amount of oil they refine.

    To lol: Think of it this was if you buy 15 gallons of gas a week and it is a dollar a gallon less then it has been, you have 15 dollars more per week in your pocket. Not gonna make you feel wealthy, but I’m sure you would rather have the 15 dollars

  2. In the late 80’s and even in the 90’s during the gulf war you would fill up for a $10 bill, in 1993 I bought a metziah a 1993 Cadillac Sedan DeVille Leftover, it had an 8 cylinder engine and it was listed at 17/25 mpg.
    Today to save gas the auto manufacturers are now taking big fancy vehicles and putting in 4 cylinder engines in them, they claim they are great, but I rented some & i didn’t notice any pick up & the mileage I got was about 20 mpg, I wouldn’t buy one, but atleast they are lowering the gas prices.

  3. It get better as a lottery game then it drive up like water fountain. I don’t trust the OPEC. They will remarkably make thing worst .

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