Where Can You Find Gasoline for 99 Cents Per Gallon or Less April 5 2020 in the United States?

The cost for a gallon of gasoline in the United States continues to decrease as a result of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic; and an increasing number of states have fuel stations which are selling gasoline at prices which have not been seen in years…

…but where can you find gasoline at 99 cents per gallon or less in the United States?

Where Can You Find Gasoline for 99 Cents Per Gallon or Less April 5 2020 in the United States?

You can find gasoline for 99 cents per gallon or less at the time this article was written — according to GasBuddy.com — at the following fuel stations in alphabetical order in terms of state and price within each state:

  • 99 cents per gallon at Marathon in Henderson, Kentucky
  • 94 cents per gallon at Costco in Madison Heights, Michigan
  • 94 cents per gallon at 76 in Detroit, Michigan
  • 95 cents per gallon at Mobil in Detroit, Michigan
  • 98 cents per gallon at Costco in Shelby Township, Michigan
  • 98 cents per gallon at Costco in Roseville, Michigan
  • 98 cents per gallon at Sunoco in Detroit, Michigan
  • 98 cents per gallon at Sam’s Club in Roseville, Michigan
  • 98 cents per gallon at CITGO in Detroit, Michigan
  • 98 cents per gallon at Sam’s Club in Utica, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at BP in Roseville, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at Sam’s Club in Madison Heights, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at Mobil in Detroit, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at Shell in Warren, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at Marathon in Warren, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at Sunoco in Detroit, Michigan
  • 99 cents per gallon at Marathon in Pearl, Mississippi
  • 99 cents per gallon at Valero in Pearl, Mississippi
  • 96 cents per gallon at Sunoco in Cleveland, Ohio
  • 98 cents per gallon at Quick N EZ in Cleveland, Ohio
  • 92 cents per gallon at Firelake Grand Travel Plaza in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 97 cents per gallon at Casey’s in Westville, Oklahoma
  • 97 cents per gallon at Quick Stop in Westville, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Sinclair in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Sinclair in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Sinclair in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Murphy USA in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Conoco in Stonewall, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Conoco in Canton, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Shell in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Casey’s in El Reno, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at CM Food Mart in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Phillips 66 in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Costco in Shawnee, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at Sam’s Club in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 99 cents per gallon at JD’s Travel Center in Salado, Texas
  • 99 cents per gallon at Exxon in Cumberland, Virginia
  • 95 cents per gallon at Ole and Lenas Fuel Depot in Wautoma, Wisconsin
  • 97 cents per gallon at Casey’s in Wautoma, Wisconsin
  • 97 cents per gallon at Shell in Wautoma, Wisconsin
  • 97 cents per gallon at Kwik Trip in Wautoma, Wisconsin
  • 97 cents per gallon at BP in Wautoma, Wisconsin
  • 99 cents per gallon at Clark in Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • 99 cents per gallon at Kwik Trip in Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • 99 cents per gallon at Woodman’s in Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • 99 cents per gallon at Costco in Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Gasoline pump handle

Photograph ©2015 by Brian Cohen.

Even if you cannot find that low of a price per gallon of gasoline right now, some states are seeing fuel stations with prices of gasoline which are currently slightly more expensive than 99 cents per gallon — such as in:

Gasoline pump

Photograph ©2015 by Brian Cohen.

The last time the average price for a gallon of gasoline was 86 cents per gallon was back in 1986 — the year before the stock market crashed — according to this article from the Vehicle Technologies Office of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy of the United States.

By the way, if you still miss paying expensive prices for a gallon of gasoline, head on over to California, where at least two fuel stations are currently charging $4.79 per gallon.

Summary

If there is a bright spot of any sort in relation to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus — which is also known as COVID-19 or 2019-nCoV — pandemic, prices for a gallon of gasoline have been plummeting to levels which have not been seen in years…

…and according to numerous forecasts, fuel prices will continue to decrease — which means that a greater number of fuel stations in the United States will sell gasoline at less than 90 cents per gallon — or, perhaps, even less still.

As for the last time the price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States was as low as 87 cents per gallon — well…that is still being researched; but I would guess at least 20 years…

…or last month, if you want to count that — although unfortunately, those prices increased since then…

…but at least the number of fuel stations in the United States which sell gasoline for 99 cents per gallon or less has been increasing in recent weeks.

This article is the latest in a series pertaining to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus — which is also known as COVID-19 or 2019-nCoV or SARS-CoV-2 — pandemic in an effort to get the facts out with information derived from reliable sources…

…as well as attempt to maintain a reasoned and sensible ongoing discussion towards how to resolve this pandemic.

Other articles at The Gate which pertain to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus include:

Photograph ©2015 by Brian Cohen.

5 thoughts on “Where Can You Find Gasoline for 99 Cents Per Gallon or Less April 5 2020 in the United States?”

  1. NB_ga says:

    Nice! I filled up in metro Atlanta for $1.24 a gallon yesterday. Perhaps we will make it under a dollar here at some point but I was mighty proud of this find. Plus, I happened upon a new-to-me wildlife sanctuary trail along the lake to practice proper social distancing. Win-win!

  2. Ira Nye says:

    “The last time the average price for a gallon of gasoline was 86 cents per gallon was back in 1986”

    President Trump, during yesterday’s [campaign rally] briefing, said we haven’t seen gas prices like this since the 1950’s.

    …Who should we believe?

    1. Mike says:

      @Ira-

      The choice of whom to believe is easy… @Brian checks facts, the other checks Fox.

      1. Brian Cohen says:

        I may not always succeed, Mike; but I try every chance I get to obtain my information from actual sources.

        Thank you. I appreciate it.

  3. Wow! I will have to drive from California to Oklahoma right away to snag those prices.

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