(Farmington) The average price for gasoline in the United States could be at it’s lowest level for Thanksgiving in several years.
Prices could drop to as low as $3.25 per gallon by Thanksgiving Day.
That’s the word from GasBuddy, which reports the expected drop would represent the lowest Thanksgiving Day price the country has seen since 2020.
Triple-A says as of Monday, the national average for gallon of regular gas was $3.31, which was 25 cents less expensive than it was a month ago — and 36 cents lower than it was on the same day in 2022.
In Missouri, GasBuddy reports gas as low as $2.39 a gallon in Warrensburg.
Locally, GasBuddy is listing prices as low as $2.69 at a station in Fredericktown, $2.75 in Festus and Desloge, $2.89 in Perryville and $2.95 in Ironton.