PA – As we head towards a holiday weekend, the average price of gasoline in Pennsylvania has fallen in the last week.
GasBuddy’s survey of more than 5,200 stations in the state shows a 6.3 cents per gallon drop over the past seven days, putting the current average at $4.01 per gallon. In spite of the recent decline, gas prices in Pennsylvania are $1.56 per gallon higher than two years ago, 42 cents higher than one year ago, and 8.5 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
Meanwhile, Sheetz convenience stores is offering select gas customers a break during the Thanksgiving weekend.
Sheetz is reducing the price of its Unleaded 88 blend to $1.99 per gallon through November 28th. Sheetz President and CEO Travis Sheetz said that price will only be offered at its stores that sell the 88 high ethanol blend of gasoline.