AAA: Seesaw At The Pump Now, Gas Prices Expected Decline In The Coming Days

July 22, 2019

The summertime seesaw at the pump continues this week. After rising 7 cents early last week, Florida gas prices are moving lower once again.

The average price for Florida gasoline is $2.67 per gallon. The state average is 4 cents more than this time last week and 23 cents more than a month ago. However, Florida drivers are paying 13 cents less than this year’s high, and 10 cents per gallon less than this time last year.

The average price per gallon for regular unleaded was $2.62 on Sunday, down a penny from a week ago, but up 11 cents from a month ago.

In North Escambia, gas was as low as $2.49 Sunday night at stations at Highway 29 and Muscogee Road.

“After quickly rising last week, Florida gas prices are already on their way back down,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group. “Prices at the pump are falling at an average rate of one penny per day. The state average could reach $2.55 per gallon in the next two weeks, unless futures prices quickly change course.”


One Response to “AAA: Seesaw At The Pump Now, Gas Prices Expected Decline In The Coming Days”

  1. Wilykyote on July 22nd, 2019 9:13 am

    Still better over @ Buc-ees …plenty of gas, clean bathrooms and brisket sandwiches. Marine/OPE ( non ethanol ) is plentiful. Hope they have a
    big generator if the power goes out.

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