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Gas Prices Continue to Climb

Each week, Old Northeast Patch lets you know about the cheapest, and most expensive, gas in town.

As you start out your work week, check out the cheapest and most expensive gas in St. Petersburg. Each week, Old Northeast Patch will give you a snap shot of gas prices around town. 

The average price for a gallon of gasoline in St. Petersburg this week is $3.49, which is almost 20 cents higher than at this point in July. The Florida average is $3.53 and the national average is $3.60. 

Prices are according to gasbuddy.com and were compiled within the last 24 hours.

Cheapest

1. BP, 900 22nd Ave. S

  • Regular: $3.40
  • Premium: $3.73

2. Rally, 2131 4th St. N

  • Regular: $3.45
  • Premium: $3.80

3. 7-Eleven, 5301 34th St. S

  • Regular: $3.45
  • Premium: $3.71

Most Expensive

1. Bollinger Gas, 3800 Tyrone Blvd.

Regular: $4.09

Premium: N/A

2. Pure, 1301 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. 

Regular: $3.69

Premium: $3.89

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