Gas prices have finally started to fall in the United States through July, those sky-high prices that we saw in June aren’t yet quite forgotten and it still isn’t as affordable as it once was to refill your tank.
Some states are now offering gas tax pauses as a result of the high prices, and there are also gas stimulus payments on offer as well.
To help you find the cheapest prices at the pumps across the U.S., we’ve created this guide to the cheapest gas stations in the major US cities, while we also outline what the situation is in the most expensive and cheapest states for gas.
What state has the highest gas prices?
The US state that has the highest gas prices has long been California, currently at 6.113 dollars per gallon.
What state has the lowest gas prices?
The US state that has the lowest gas prices is now South Carolina, which has overtaken Georgia as the average price is now 4.205 dollars per gallon.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US?
When it comes to finding the cheapest gas stations in the USA, these are the lowest-priced places to get gas in the top 10 most populated cities in the country:
- New York, New York (4.00 dollars): Jan’s Smoke Shop II, 383 Bloomingdal Rd, Akron, NY
- Los Angeles, California (5.35 dollars): Sam’s Club, 603 S Placentia Ave, Fullerton, CA
- Chicago, Illinois (4.24 dollars): Costco, 7707 94th Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI
- Houston, Texas (3.69 dollars): Country Food Mart, 13703 Cedar Point Dr, Houston, TX
- Phoenix, Arizona (4.49 dollars): In The Zone, 1925 N Scottsdale Rd, Tempe, AZ
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (4.39 dollars): Costco, 900 Center Blvd S, Newark, DE
- San Antonio, Texas (3.79 dollars): Stanley’s Ice Station, 2403 E Commerce St, San Antonio, TX
- San Diego, California (5.19 dollars): Horizon Fuel Center, 31267 Valley Center Rd, Valley Center, CA
- Dallas, Texas (3.79 dollars): Costco, 600 W Arbrook Blvd, Arlington, TX
- San Jose, California (5.55 dollars): Costco, 10 Great Oaks Blvd, San Jose, CA