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Gas Prices Fall 5 Cents in Massachusetts

BOSTON (WGGB/AP) — Gas prices have dropped five cents per gallon in Massachusetts in the past week.

AAA Southern New England reported Monday that a gallon of self-serve, regular is selling for an average of $3.83. Local prices are now down seven cents over the past month. They remain above the national average of $3.78.

A year ago at this time, the price per gallon was $3.42.

The prices in the latest survey ranged from a low of $3.66 to a high of $3.99.

You can always visit the ABC40 Gas Tracker to find the lowest prices in your neighborhood or tell others where you found some cheap gas.


  • weasel

    The media is a joke when it comes to gass prices. Let see I put in 10 falls and save 50 cents on a $37 fillup. What a joke. You can’t afford to go more than 2 miles to save 5 cents a gallon.