In Which States Can You Find Gasoline For Fewer Than $2 Per Gallon?

ou know that gasoline prices are declining again when you start seeing this series of articles again; and once again, you can now find an increasing number of states in the United States where fuel stations are selling gasoline at fewer than $2.00 per gallon as of the time this article was posted…

…but which states are these; and where are those fuel stations located?

Here is a list of the growing number of states — according to GasBuddy.com — where fuel stations selling gasoline at fewer than $2.00 per gallon are located:

  • Texas You can find one fuel station selling gasoline for $1.99 per gallon in Terrell, located east of Dallas
  • Tennessee No fewer than four fuel stations in Athens and one fuel station in Niota — both of which are located just off Interstate 75 approximately halfway between Chattanooga and Knoxville — sell gasoline for as low as $1.99 per gallon
  • Ohio Although one fuel station sells gasoline for $1.96 per gallon in Toledo, you can also find gasoline for $1.98 per gallon at one fuel station in Columbus; and $1.99 per gallon of fuel is available in at least 13 fuel stations in Toledo, Columbus and assorted other towns
  • Louisiana Good news if you are driving in Farmerville, which is located northwest of Monroe: gasoline is sold for as low as $1.94 per gallon
  • Alabama One fuel station in Fort McClellan — located just outside of Anniston and approximately 90 miles west of Atlanta and 75 miles east of Birmingham — sells gasoline for $1.93 per gallon

 

Click on the names of the states in the list above for the exact location of the fuel stations which sell gasoline at fewer than $2.00 per gallon.

The most expensive fuel station in the 50 United States is located in South San Francisco in California, where the price is $5.03 per gallon.

Ouch…

8 thoughts on “In Which States Can You Find Gasoline For Fewer Than $2 Per Gallon?”

  1. Presley says:

    $3.57 in my town in Hawaii

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      I was surprised that that price was not higher, Presley — especially when compared to the price of fuel in California.

  2. Rose says:

    That Sun Gas station near the Orlando airport is definitely higher than $5.03. I was there a few months ago, before the recent rise in retail gas prices, and was charged $5.89 p/gllon.

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      I think I know exactly which fuel station about which you are referring, Rose — and if it is indeed the one about which I am thinking, it is supposedly notorious for charging usurious prices for gasoline.

      I would think that that was against Florida law…

  3. Dave says:

    “Less than” not “fewer than.”

    Use fewer if you’re referring to people or things in the plural (e.g. houses, newspapers, dogs, students, children). Use less when you’re referring to something that can’t be counted or doesn’t have a plural (e.g. money, air, time, music, rain).

    And I wish I could find gasoline for less than $2/gallon!

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      Thank you for the English lesson, Dave — and no, that was not sarcastic.

      I always considered money something which could be counted — as though it were in my hand — but after researching it, I found out that money is supposedly one of the exceptions to the rule of “less than” versus “fewer than”; but even then there is some debate about that.

      English…what an incredible language it is…

      …and yes, I know that last sentence was grammatically incorrect.

      I hope that you do find gasoline for fewer than less than two dollars per gallon!

  4. Wendy says:

    I paid 1.99 a gallon at a station in Holland, Ohio yesterday.

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      Thank you for the report, Wendy.

      I hope that fuel prices further decrease for you…

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