Average gasoline prices in Pennsylvania fell 5.7 cents a gallon over the past week to average $3.95/g on Monday, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 5,269 Pennsylvania gas stations.
Prices in Pennsylvania are 1.7 cents a gallon lower than a month ago and 37.4 cents a gallon higher than a year ago. The national median diesel price has fallen 7.9 cents over the past week to stand at $5.20 a gallon.
According to GasBuddy pricing reports, the cheapest gas station in Pennsylvania was $3.08/g, while the most expensive was $4.59/g, a difference of $1.51/g. The lowest price in the state was $3.08/g and the highest was $4.59/g, a difference of $1.51/g.
The national median price of gasoline has fallen 12.4 cents a gallon over the past week to an average of $3.52/g. The national average is 22.7 cents a gallon lower than a month ago and 14.1 cents a gallon higher than a year ago, according to GasBuddy data compiled from more than 11 million weekly price reports covering over 150,000 Cover gas stations across the country.
Historic Pennsylvania gasoline prices and the ten-year national average:
- 28 November 2021: $3.58/g
- 28 November 2020: $2.52/g
- 28 November 2019: $2.81/g
- 28 November 2018: $2.72/g
- 28 November 2017: $2.77/g
- 28 November 2016: $2.35/g
- 28 November 2015: $2.28/g
- 28 November 2014: $2.94/g
- 28 November 2013: $3.39/g
- 28 November 2012: $3.60/g
Adjacent areas and their current gas prices:
- CLEARFIELD – $3.95/g at Sapp Bros., Clearfield-Shawville Highway
- DUBOIS – $3.89/g at Kwik Fill, S. Brady Street
- FALLENTIMBER – $4.09/g at Route 53 Store, Glendale Valley Boulevard
- MAHAFFEY – $3.89/g at Mahaffey Fuel & Service, E. Main Street
- PHILIPSBURG—$4.15/g at Sheetz, N. Front Street
“Last week, as millions of Americans took to the streets for Thanksgiving, we saw gasoline prices continue to fall coast to coast, setting a new record for the largest single-day drop on the national average. In addition, 47 of the country’s 50 states also saw diesel prices fall, providing some much-needed relief ahead of the holiday and helping to stem the rise in inflation,” said Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy’s head of petroleum analysis.
“All metrics are looking very positive for motorists as this week is likely to see further falling fuel prices, with many areas falling to their lowest levels since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February.
“It’s entirely possible that the national average price of gasoline will fall below $3 a gallon by Christmas, which would be a huge boon to motorists after a dizzying year at the pump.”