WS Gas Price Watch: Someone hit the “up” button again

Guess the 35th/Holden Chevron got word that the Fauntleroy/Alaska 76 had finally matched it at $3.39/regular; within the past couple hours, 35th/Holden added another nickel, landing at $3.44/regular and retaining the crown as Most Expensive Regular Gas In WS. As for Cheapest RGIWS, as a commenter pointed out here, it’s the Charlestown/Cali 7-11 — as of late this morning, still $3.17, though nearby Exxon went to $3.19.

7 Replies to "WS Gas Price Watch: Someone hit the "up" button again"

  • Admiral Janeway May 2, 2007 (9:00 pm)

    The 7-11 at Charlestown raised their price to $3.19 tonight.

  • Robert Hadley May 3, 2007 (1:12 am)

    Exxon went up to $3.29 as of 1 a.m.

  • Jiggers May 3, 2007 (7:00 am)

    Who cares already…I’m much more interested in what’s happening with the Dow Jones nowdays, which is moving in very unusual ways this time of year.

  • Todd May 3, 2007 (7:12 am)

    You guys beat me to reporting this :) So, Exxon went up 10 cents in one day. Man!

  • Robert Hadley May 3, 2007 (9:23 am)

    Well basically I went to put gas last night since $3.19 was a “steal”. So much for that idea…

  • MsBette May 3, 2007 (11:19 am)

    I got this email today –

    NO GAS…On May 15th 2007
    Don’t pump gas on may 15th
    In April 1997, there was a “gas out” conducted nationwide in protest of gas prices. Gasoline prices dropped 30 cents a gallon overnight.

    On May 15th 2007, all internet users are to not go to a gas station in protest of high gas prices. Gas is now over $3.00 a gallon in a lot of places.

    There are 73,000,000+ American members currently on the internet network, and the average car takes about 30 to 50 dollars to fill up.

    If all users did not go to the pump on the 15th, it would take
    $2,292,000,000.00 (that’s almost 3 BILLION) out of the oil companys pockets for just one day, so please do not go to the gas station on May 15th and lets try to put a dent in the Middle Eastern oil industry for at least one day.

  • Chet May 3, 2007 (12:22 pm)

    Sorry but these things do not work and have been discounted on sites like snopes since 1999. I wish consumers had some control over the price but they have very little at this point aside from choosing to bike or ride transit etc ..

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