Labor Day Gas Prices May Hit Lowest Since 2004

The lowest price per gallon since 2004 was $1.82 according to Gas Buddy.

DULUTH, Minn. – Gas prices may be the lowest they’ve been in over a decade just in time for those Labor Day travelers.

According to Gas Buddy, fuel prices during Labor Day are expected to be the lowest since 2004.

Experts are predicting the national price per gallon for gas to hit $2.19.

This is down by nearly 40% from last year, which might be helpful as some people are still battling with the impacts of COVID-19.

any kind of economic advantage like lower gas prices is a big help. I just wish there were more places to drive and see during the pandemic,” said Kirk Contrucci, visiting from Madison.

The lowest price per gallon since 2004 was $1.82.

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