Gretna, Nebraska – Managing gas prices is a regular task for many people, as fuel costs often fluctuate. Understanding the recent trends in gas prices can help consumers make better decisions about where and when to fill up their tanks.
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As of Thursday, the national average for a gallon of regular-grade gasoline stands at $3.448. This figure is slightly down from last week’s average of $3.531, as reported by AAA. This decrease offers a slight respite for drivers who have been dealing with high fuel costs.
In Nebraska (NE), drivers are seeing a similar trend. The average cost of a gallon of gas dropped from last week’s $3.450 to $3.359. In Gretna, the prices are even more favorable, with an average of $3.09 for a gallon of regular gas. This price point is a relief compared to the higher national average.
For those looking for the best local deals, here’s a list of gas stations in Gretna and their prices, according to GasBuddy:
- Flying J, 15010 S 216th St: Regular $3.09, Midgrade $3.52, Premium $4.07, Diesel $4.79
- Phillips 66, 623 N US-6: Regular $3.09, Midgrade $3.59, Diesel $4.29
- Shell, 431 S US-6: Regular $3.09, Diesel $4.49
- Cenex, 610 N US-6: Regular $3.09, Midgrade $3.49, Diesel $4.39
Omaha also offers competitive pricing, with Casey’s on 2605 S 160th St offering regular gas at $2.88 and Sam’s Club at 13130 L St with $2.89. Other stations in Omaha have regular gas priced just under $3.
It’s important to note that these prices may vary and can change without notice. Before heading to the station, it’s wise to check the latest prices. With the cost of living increasing, every cent saved at the pump counts, making it worthwhile to shop around for the best gas prices.