Thanksgiving gas prices are likely to be the lowest since 2009.
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A gallon of gas in Arizona costs 2 cents less this week.
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Arizona's statewide average falls about a penny and a half per gallon.
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Arizona gas prices jumped to a four-month high this week, nearly matching a nationwide increase, according to AAA Arizona.
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Gas prices crept upward in the past week and are expected to rise in the coming weeks due to seasonal factors, including scheduled refinery maintenance, according to AAA Arizona.
Gas prices continued to edge down this week but that trend isn’t expected to last, according to AAA Arizona.
The statewide price of gasoline bumped higher this week, though crude-oil prices have settled below $100 a barrel and gas prices slipped nationally, according to AAA Arizona.
The number of Thanksgiving travelers will be essentially flat this year, but the roads and skies will still be plenty stuffed, according to AAA’s annual travel forecast.
Gasoline prices have dipped below the $3-per-gallon mark at several stations in the Tucson area, while the area’s average price hovers just over $3.
Gas prices continue to drop nationwide and in Arizona, where some stations in the Phoenix area dipped below $3 per gallon this week, according to AAA Arizona.