Gas prices dip, slide could continue to Thanksgiving

Gas prices have come down an average of 18 cents from a week ago, and about 33 cents from one month ago, according to twincitiesgasprices.com. The cheapest gas is in Bloomington (more than a dozen stations had gas in the $3.23-3.29 range.) The three most expensive stations were in South St. Paul ($3.99), North St. Paul ($3.98) and Minneapolis ($3.74).
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Gas prices have come down an average of 18 cents from a week ago, and about 33 cents from one month ago, according to twincitiesgasprices.com. The cheapest gas is in Bloomington (more than a dozen stations had gas in the $3.23-3.29 range.) The three most expensive stations were in South St. Paul ($3.99), North St. Paul ($3.98) and Minneapolis ($3.74).

The Twin Cities average of $3.50 was near the state average of $3.51, which are both below the national average of about $3.66.

You can check the highest and lowest prices around the whole state here.

A nationwide drop is expected to continue, CNN reports. Prices have fallen 3.8 percent in the past 11 days, according to motorist group AAA. Analysts say the price could fall another 30 cents by Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day.

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