Relief at the pump: Oklahoma’s gas prices continue to fall

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OKLAHOMA CITY – If you have filled your car up lately, you have probably noticed a welcome trend.

It is costing Oklahomans less to purchase gasoline.

There are several gas stations in the metro that have gas for less than $2-a-gallon.

In fact, Gasbuddy says there are two stations selling gas for less than $1.80-a-gallon.

To see a list of the lowest gas prices in your area, visit Gasbuddy’s website.

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