Spike in Gas Prices

Motorists continue to see gas prices rise, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. The current national average for regular gas is $3.782, and last month’s average was $3.347. While there was a short drop in prices over the weekend, it appears that the price of gas might be headed up again.

Prices are reportedly not expected to drop much until Labor Day. Currently many US refineries are performing seasonal maintenance and switching to summer blend gasoline, resulting in a price increase. This changeover period causes some refineries to go on hiatus for some time, resulting in a decrease in supply. Additionally, turmoil in the Middle East adds to the increasing has prices.

As of today, here are some of the best gas prices in your area:

Havertown– $3.73 at Sunoco on 400 E Township Line Rd & Meadowbrook Rd

Drexel Hill– $3.71 at Shell on 2806 Township Line (US-1) & Agnew Dr & Bryan St

Ardmore– $3.83 at Exxon on 200 W Montgomery Ave & Woodside Rd

Newtown Square– $3.95 at Mobil on 3592 West Chester Pike (PA-3) & St Albans Ave

Upper Darby– $3.77 at Exxon on 7424 West Chester Pike & State Rd

To update gas prices in your area and view the best prices, visit Philly Gas Prices.

Current and Past Gas Averages

Regular Unleaded Gas

2/26 Week Ago Month Ago
National  $3.782  $3.748  $3.347
Pennsylvania  $3.799  $3.773  $3.520
Philadelphia  $3.779  $3.772  $3.474