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How much is gasoline at the pump where you live? (current week cheapest you have   The Consumer You: Marketplace

Started Apr-12 by $1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S); 7095 views.
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May-2

Or use AC and stay indoors.  I’m wondering how Californians who end up in Montana deal with those kinds of color temperatures every winter.  The sad part is that those emigrants to cheaper places are pushing prices of everything uo to levels that previous residents can’t afford.  I know family who moved from an overpriced home in a blue state to a low priced city, paid cash for a nicer house and still had most of their profits left over, maybe 5-6 years ago.  Prices in their new area have risen so local residents can’t afford homes anymore.

  • Edited May 2, 2021 11:37 am  by  Showtalk

It was $2.47 @ Sam's today when we went.  7-11 was $2.59.  This is in Plano TX., suburb northeast of Dallas

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May-6

We haven’t seen $2 gas in a while.

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May-6

It’s less than $4 but still too high.

Nice to have it there but not sure how long we'll have it.  From the looks of the answers to the question, it looks to be among the lowest.

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May-8

Every indication is that the price will go up.

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May-9

Most are between $2–3 a gallon.

You will get no argument from me on that.  Just look at the recent happenings.  It doesn't matter exactly where it is happening either.  It was destined to happen!!!

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May-12

Showtalk said...

Every indication is that the price will go up.

And not just the price of gas, but everything:

Inflation Nation: Consumer Prices Jump 4.2 Percent

https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2021/05/12/inflation-nation-consumer-prices-up-4-2-percent-annually/

And for those who are biased against Breibard, here's a CNBC report stating the same!

Inflation speeds up in April as consumer prices leap 4.2%, fastest since 2008

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/12/consumer-price-index-april-2021.html

FWIW

 

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