PHOENIX - Arizona gas prices fell to a 10-week low Thursday when the average cost per gallon dropped 6.4 cents.
According to an American Automobile Association report, the average price per gallon in Arizona is now $3.495. Nationally, prices remained unchanged at $3.512 per gallon.
“Not long ago, Arizonans were shocked to pay more than $3 per gallon for gasoline,” said Linda Gorman in a press release. Gorman is director of communications for AAA Arizona.
“Fortunately, AAA expects the current seven-week price slide to continue into May," Gorman said.
Tucson currently holds the lowest average gas price in the state at $3.268 per gallon. Flagstaff’s gas is the most expensive in the state, with an average price of $3.722 per gallon.
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