Local Gas Prices anyplace in the USA

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by Primrose, Sep 27, 2005.

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  1. Primrose

    Primrose Registered Member

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    In honor of Big Buck's year long Birthday Bash ;)

    Local Gas Prices

    Thought you might find the results of the link below quite interesting. Most of the listings of available pricing are as current as possible.

    It will also give you the location of each station on the Map. :D


    This is pretty cool. Click on the web site below and when the page opens just plug in your zip code.
    It shows you the gas prices in your area from the cheapest to the most expensive. There are some wide variances so this may save you a few bucks if you check it before filling up.
    It's updated every evening. Gas Prices - MSN Autos

    http://autos.msn.com/everyday/gasstations.aspx?zip=&src=Netx
     
  2. big ed

    big ed Registered Member

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    Well Primate,

    Nobody needn't go any further than 'Baked Bean Man's' local Deli, Mortuary, and Truck Stop. One can of these babies and theres enough gas for the whole neighborhood!

    More MPG to the phfffttt ed
     

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  3. bigc73542

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    not to bad here yet
     

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  4. big ed

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    Bummer!! you are about $.40 cheaper for diesel! Then again you probably have a pipeline spigot in your garage!

    Paying thru the nose in Narragansett, Oily ed
     
  5. snowbound

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    Hey what about the rest of us poor souls who don't reside in the good ole US of A. :D

    I bought gas today at a $1.07 a litre($4.86 a gallon). :eek:

    Right now i'd take any price south of the border. ;) :D


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  6. The Hammer

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    Here you go Snowbound http://torontogasprices.com/ :) By the way were you referring to the U.S. gallon or Imperial?
     
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    $4.20 on the current exchange rate for one of your US gallons here!
     

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    That about sums it up!! :D
     

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    Thanks for the link. :)

    I was referring to an Imperial gallon. ;) :D


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  10. rothko

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    i wont make you all feel bad by telling you how much we pay over here in the UK...... :rolleyes:
     
  11. The Hammer

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    A Queens ranson no doubt. A Princely sum I'm sure.
     
  12. Icewind

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    Petrol prices are a pain in the bum here. :mad: $1.40 because of overseas matters, don't you think John Howard could at least do something to help the situation? Hurricane Rita and Katrina have hit the economy hard (and I do feel sorry for those people affected by the incidents :'( ), and we're just entering our biggest recession in over five years. Could reach two bucks a barrel in the next three months. Unbelievable! :eek:

    David.

    P.S. Savour the bus drivers... lol. :D
     
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    It has dropped a bit
     

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    Sydney 120.5c/lt
     
  16. big ed

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    Now thats really interesting! Here in Ma. I've seen Reg for $2.29 and Diesel for $2.76.
     
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    we are usually slower for the prices to go up and slower for them to go down:doubt: And most of the oil we use here is refined and comes from within two hundred miles of here. Who knows o_O
     
  18. beetlejuice

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    It would be nice if it would keep going down.:D
     

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    Exxon's $10B net a U.S. corporate record

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp. posted a quarterly profit of $9.9 billion Thursday, the largest in U.S. corporate history, as it raked in a bonanza from soaring oil and gas prices.


    http://money.cnn.com/2005/10/27/news/fortune500/exxon.reut/



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