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Heading for $2
Heading for $2
Drivers in the Twin Tiers may wind up with a little extra cash during the upcoming holiday season. Gas prices in the Binghamton area are expected to keep dropping for the next couple of months. Jeff Pelton, a price analyst for the consumer website gasbuddy...
End of the Low Price Line?
End of the Low Price Line?
Southern Tier motorists are starting to pay more when they fill up their vehicles. The prolonged decline in gasoline prices stopped in recent days in the Binghamton area. Prices across the United States have started to creep up. Drivers still are enjoying prices more than a dollar a gallon lower than they were a year ago...
Cheaper fuel
Cheaper fuel
Drivers around the Binghamton area have been enjoying lower gasoline prices since the start of summer. Prices at the pump tend to rise during the warm-weather months but that hasn't been the case this year. Over the weekend, the price for a gallon of regular gas dipped just below $3...
Gasoline glee
Gasoline glee
The price of virtually everything else may be rising but there's one place where that's not the case, at least for the moment. Gasoline prices across the Twin Tiers and around the United States continue to drop and some industry experts predict the trend will continue through the end of the year...
Pleasing prices
Pleasing prices
Drivers across the Southern Tier and around the country are encountering lower gasoline prices compared to a year ago. According to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report, the average pump price for a gallon of regular in the Binghamton market has dropped to about $3...
Slow rise
Slow rise
Pump prices are increasing at gas stations around the Binghamton area as the Labor Day weekend approaches. While the cost of a gallon of regular is about three cents higher than a week ago, local prices still are about 14 cents a gallon lower than one year ago...
Cheaper gas
Cheaper gas
Gasoline prices in the Binghamton region have plunged by more than 30 cents a gallon over the past two months. Pump prices for regular gas were around four dollars a gallon across Broome and Tioga counties in mid-February. Since then, the prices at some gas stations have dropped by as much as 35 cents a gallon...