West Seattle Gas Price Watch: Price plunge persists

fourohonegas.jpgThat’s the California/Andover 76 station a short time ago; same price for regular at California/Charlestown 7-11 nearby. Looks like the next “below $4” sighting in West Seattle may not be that far away after all. Overall, though, seems we West Coast-ers are still the ones paying the most, according to this national update (Oklahoma has the cheapest average, $3.60/gallon).

9 Replies to "West Seattle Gas Price Watch: Price plunge persists"

  • Johnny Davies August 7, 2008 (3:24 pm)

    Are the falling gas prices responsible for the recent increase in traffic? Seems like the past coupla days have been tough commutes at rush hours.

  • Mrs L August 7, 2008 (4:14 pm)

    The Delridge Exxon posted $3.99 this morning for regular gas down from yesterday’s price of $4.03.

  • Scott August 7, 2008 (4:38 pm)

    All that oil coming from Alaska and we’re still paying more than the national average, oh, that’s right the Alaska oil is also going to Asia!

  • WSB August 7, 2008 (4:51 pm)

    Thanks, Mrs. L, we’ll get a pic of that one next time we head northbound …

  • add August 7, 2008 (5:05 pm)

    Huh, usually the gas prices start to go down a few weeks before election day. Early this year!

  • Diane August 7, 2008 (6:27 pm)

    pretty sure California/Charlestown 7-11 was $3.99 when I just passed within last half hour

  • WSB August 7, 2008 (6:39 pm)

    We’re heading to Alki momentarily so we’ll keep an eye out on the way. Thanks!

  • Todd August 7, 2008 (9:01 pm)

    I wish gas prices and traffic had a relationship but yeah traffic has been horrible these past few days on I 90, WS bridge and I 5. This morning it took me an hour + to get from 35th to I 90 on the bridge because of an accident at the convention center. Traffic never seemed to get lighter when gas was as high as it was.

  • OP August 7, 2008 (10:22 pm)

    $4.01 at AM/PM on Delridge.

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