Gasoline: $3.59.90

Mrs. Big Picture just called to complain that she was filling up at $3.59 per gallon (premium) as we speak.

Here’s the latest chart (2 weeks old) of U.S. Retail Gasoline Prices; I will update this as soon as the latest data becomes available:


Source: EIA/Department of Energy

Note that these are prices as of 4/13/06; Prices have risen in the ensuing 2 weeks since then . . .

This chart compares current prices with one year ago.


Source: EIA


UPDATE: April 24, 2006 2:19pm

Lost of readers have suggested this chart:


Source: Gas Buddy



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