The Slow Creep: Gas Prices Up Another 6 Cents This Week | Transportation
It's nothing shocking, you were probably already aware, but we thought we'd remind you just how painful it is to fill up your vehicle.
AAA Auto Club says the average price of gasoline in Washington has crept up to $4.07 a gallon. That's up 25 cents in a month. Here in Spokane it's $3.82, but compared to the rest of the state that's not so bad. Take a look:
- Bellingham - $4.22
- Bremerton - $4.10
- Seattle-Bellevue-Everett - $4.13
- Tacoma - $4.11
- Olympia - $4.12
- Vancouver - $4.11
- Yakima - $3.96
- Tri-Cities - $3.93
We checked out gasbuddy.com and discovered the 7-11 at Division and 2nd in downtown Spokane has the cheapest gas in the downtown core at $3.69 a gallon. Feel free to comment on this story and let us know where the cheapest price is in your neighborhood.