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Gas price overview at Bellevue stations

Bellevue, Nebraska – The fluctuating cost of gas can significantly impact household budgets and travel plans; therefore, understanding the recent trends and variations in gas prices is crucial for efficient planning and budgeting.

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As of Wednesday, the national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas stands at $3.541. This marks a slight decrease from a week ago when the price was $3.575, according to data from AAA. These fluctuations, although seemingly small, can accumulate over time, affecting the overall expenditure on fuel.

Focusing on NE, the average cost of a gallon of gas was around $3.452 on Wednesday. A week earlier, the price stood slightly higher at $3.506. This trend of a minor decrease is also observed in the average price in Bellevue, which was recorded at $3.379.

For those residing in or near Bellevue, it’s important to note the varying prices at different gas stations. According to GasBuddy, prices in Bellevue range from as low as $3.15 to as high as $3.79. Here’s a quick rundown of some stations and their prices:

  • Casey’s at 7724 S 22nd St offers regular gas at $3.15, premium at $4.0, and diesel at $4.69.
  • Kwik Shop on 602 Galvin Rd S has regular at $3.19, midgrade at $3.49, and premium at $3.79.
  • Baker’s at 3614 Twin Creek Dr offers regular at $3.25, midgrade at $3.55, premium at $3.85, and diesel at $4.24.
  • Mega Saver on 11511 S 36th St lists regular at $3.79, midgrade at $3.19, and premium at $3.99.

It’s important to note that these prices are subject to change and can vary frequently. Before heading to a gas station, it’s advisable to check the current prices to ensure the best deal.

While managing gas prices is an ongoing challenge, staying informed about the latest trends and knowing the varying prices at local stations can help in making cost-effective decisions. Being mindful of these small changes can lead to significant savings over time, easing the burden on personal finances.

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