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    Most are averaging around $3.29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Most are averaging around $3.29.
    Same here.

    Cool story. We were in FL a week or two ago, and that's about what the gas was. We were going to Home Depot from eating and passed two gas stations with $2.89, much lower than those $3.29 ones. I thought it might be a ruse to get you in. So we went to Home Depot, and on the way back we stopped by one of them and got got for $2.99 ($2.89 was cash). We get the gas, and as soon as we were pulling out, we looked at the sign and they changed it to $3.29 as we were leaving. I confess favor and timing all the time, so what was definitely timing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Most are averaging around $3.29.
    We are averaging 3.69

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    Stopped at the Walmart gas station on the way to Church this morning because their sign displayed gasoline to be $2.25. We wondered why there was no line, but decided to fill up because we're so use to the prices increasing in an hour around these here parts. Hubby gets out to pump and I decided to check the pump to see if indeed gas was that low. Lo and behold the pump read $2.95. I went to the window to inquire and the cashier said the gas is $2.95, then gave me some lame excuse.

    What I want to know is, can I sue them for false advertisement!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valiant Woman View Post
    Stopped at the Walmart gas station on the way to Church this morning because their sign displayed gasoline to be $2.25. We wondered why there was no line, but decided to fill up because we're so use to the prices increasing in an hour around these here parts. Hubby gets out to pump and I decided to check the pump to see if indeed gas was that low. Lo and behold the pump read $2.95. I went to the window to inquire and the cashier said the gas is $2.95, then gave me some lame excuse.

    What I want to know is, can I sue them for false advertisement!?
    That is what I was thinking in my story above if I was being scammed into the service station.

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    Last week, our gas had gone up to $1.45.9/L (About $5.53/USgal)

    Today it was back down to $1.39.9/L (About $5.30/USgal)

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    Seeing a range of $3.49 per gallon to $3.89 per gallon. Up about 20 cents from a few months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Same here.

    Cool story. We were in FL a week or two ago, and that's about what the gas was. We were going to Home Depot from eating and passed two gas stations with $2.89, much lower than those $3.29 ones. I thought it might be a ruse to get you in. So we went to Home Depot, and on the way back we stopped by one of them and got got for $2.99 ($2.89 was cash). We get the gas, and as soon as we were pulling out, we looked at the sign and they changed it to $3.29 as we were leaving. I confess favor and timing all the time, so what was definitely timing.
    I do that with parking spaces. Think I'll be doing it for gas now!
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    It's averaging about $3.49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    It's averaging about $3.49.
    That and we've seen a lot of $3.59 lately.

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