Holiday present: $3.15 a gallon gas b...

Holiday present: $3.15 a gallon gas by Christmas

There are 1 comment on the Garden City Observer story from Oct 21, 2013, titled Holiday present: $3.15 a gallon gas by Christmas. In it, Garden City Observer reports that:

Gasoline prices are likely to continue sliding for the rest of the year and by Christmas,could fall to $3.15 a gallon, the lowest national holiday season average average since 2010.

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Longmont, CO

#3 Oct 23, 2013
"Holiday present"?

The question is "Why Still so high?"

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