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Average Price Of Gasoline Drops

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Tulsa doesn't have the cheapest gas in the nation, but is faring better than other metroplexes. Tulsa doesn't have the cheapest gas in the nation, but is faring better than other metroplexes.

A new survey shows gas prices dropped three cents over the last two weeks. The national average is at $2.94 a gallon.

Tulsa is faring better than the average at around $2.79 in the metro. But, Tulsa is not the cheapest in the country this time. St. Louis has an average of $2.76 a gallon. Things could be worse, though. In Honolulu, prices are at an average of $3.35 a gallon.

The road ahead also looks good for drivers. Analysts are predicting another drop in gasoline prices in the coming months.

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