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NEW: MA Gas Prices Up Another 4 Cents This Week

Monday, February 25, 2013

 

Bay State drivers can expect to spend a little bit more at the pump this week, as Massachusetts gas prices rose another four cents this week, according to AAA Southern New England.

As of Monday, Feb. 25, the avergae price for a gallon of regular unleaded self-serve in the Commonwealth was $3.769, a 31-cent increase over the past month.

The current price in Massachusetts is just one cent below the national average of $3.77 per gallon for regular unleaded self-serve.

According to AAA, drivers face a 24-cent range in prices across the state, from $3.65 per gallon on the low end up to $3.89 on the high, making it worthwhile to shop around before filling up.

Midgrade gasoline came in at an average of $3.90 per gallon, and diesel will run you an average of $4.20 per gallon in the Bay State.

 

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