Need gas? Now’s the time to fill up
Need gas? Get it soon.
Gas prices are dropping dramatically in the metro.
Nationally, prices at the pump fell more than 6 cents a gallon in the past two weeks.
The average price for regular gasoline is now $3.52 a gallon and more savings could be on the way.
Analysts said prices could drop another five to six cents per gallon, unless there is a dramatic change in crude oil prices.
You can get gasoline in Oklahoma City for as low as $2.99.
Experts said the drop is due to a light hurricane season, the easing of tensions in the Middle East and refinery fixes.
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