Cost Of Filling Up Is Going Down

DETROIT (WWJ) – The cost of filling up is going down.

The average price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped six cents over the past two weeks to $3.65. That, according to the newest Lundberg Survey. Publisher Trilby Lundberg anticipates that trend will continue.

“Retailers … receiving more wholesale price cuts from refiners than they have yet passed through,” Lundberg said. “I think that quite a few of them are poised to cut retail prices to us in the next few days; maybe another four to six, to seven cents.”

Gas prices around metro Detroit are averaging $3.61 a gallon. Following are average regular unleaded gas prices in other areas across Southeastern Michigan, according to AAA:

Ann Arbor
$3.678

Benton Harbor
$3.609

Flint
$3.577

Grand Rapids
$3.681

Lansing/E. Lansing
$3.638

Marquette
$3.552

Saginaw/Bay City
$3.683

Traverse City
$3.576

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