Highest Gas Prices in the History of Thanksgiving

Monday, November 21, 2011

Without competition, gas prices will keep climbing. The following is excerpted from a recent USA Today article:

Motorists will probably pay record-high gasoline prices for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Regular gas is likely to average $3.37 a gallon next week — up a whopping 51 cents over last Thanksgiving, according to price tracker GasBuddy.com. Adjusting for inflation, that's about 1 cent higher than 2007's previous holiday high of $3.08.

Gas prices are expected to be the highest ever for a Thanksgiving weekend.

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