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Downward Trend in Gas Prices to Continue Through Thanksgiving Holiday

Gas prices continued their decline, yet at a much slower pace than the double-digit weekly declines seen in October. 

The national average price for a gallon of regular self-serve gasoline dropped to $3.43 Friday, just 3 cents lower than a week ago, yet 33 cents less expensive than one month ago. 

AAA officials say if it weren’t for stubbornly high prices in states impacted by Superstorm Sandy, U.S. gasoline prices would probably be several cents lower right now then they were one year ago. 


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