BILLINGS- Gas prices in Billings dropped 1.5 cents a gallon this past week, according to Gasbuddy’s daily survey of 81 stations citywide.
The decline mirrors a trend of six consecutive weeks where pump prices have been sliding downward, a rare feat as the area heads into the prime summer driving season, according to GasBuddy.
Monday’s price report shows local gas prices range from a low of $2.55 gallon to a high of $2.79 a gallon in Billings, a difference of 24 cents per gallon depending on where you fill up.
This graphic shows the 10-year history of Billings gas prices on this date.
Last year, the average pump price was $2.85/gallon.
The area’s highest prices came in 2011 and 2012, when Billings motorists were paying $3.69 a gallon.
The year with the lowest price was 2017, at $2.31 a gallon.
Click here for real-time Billings gas prices from GasBuddy.