Fuel Prices Below $2 For Xmas: Let It Drop, Let It Drop, Let It Drop…

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The recent festive season last year in the US seems to be really thoughtful of its drivers; the average price for a gallon of gasoline was down to $1.998, making it the first drop below $2 since 2009 during the Great Recession.

With that being said, the fuel drop this Christmas has definitely made your trip back to the grandma’s a whole lot easier (and cheaper). And could probably be the best news ever for some of the folks that are still struggling to earn a living. Some have even mentioned that this price drop is indeed their best holiday gift in nearly seven years, and has come really unexpected this time around.

In some states, folks were expected to pay well below $2.00 a gallon; Missouri has the lowest average at $1.77 per gallon, and Oklahoma and South Carolina with $1.78. There’s even a tiny amount of US stations that are reporting a $1.59 per gallon. Pretty sure these folks are rewarded for being extra nice last year.