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Monday, August 12, 2013

Gas is Sort of Cheap! Here are the Cheapest Places to Fuel Up

Posted By on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 9:35 AM


Via AAA, and the PD's John "King of" Funk, gas prices in greater Cleveland have fallen 13 cents in the past week. The average per-gallon cost in the region now sits at $3.45.

Though the paranoia over gasoline's ebb and flow (and the attendant machinations of Big Oil's villainous execs) has waned somewhat over the past couple of years, we still can't be blamed for wanting a cheap tank.

Here are 10 of cheapest options in the region, via (For whatever reason, Lorain seems to be the cheap-gas capital of the state).

$3.23 - Speedway - Westlake - 2726 Dover Center Rd & Center Ridge

$3.25 - Marathon - Westlake - 27190 Center Ridge Rd & Dover Center Rd.

$3.25 - Sunoco - Lorain - 2850 Grove Ave & E 29th

$3.25 - BJ's - Avon - 38292 Colorado Ave near I-90 OH-2

$3.27 - Ohio Gas - East Cleveland - 15400 Euclid Ave & Sheldon

$3.27 - 1-Stop - Lorain - 3139 Grove Ave & E 32nd St.

$3.28 - Costco - Avon - 35804 Detroit Rd near Avon Commons Dr.

$3.28 - Rapid Stop - Cleveland (E) - 1712 E 55th St & Payne Ave.

$3.28 - Sam's Club - Brooklyn - 10250 Brookpark Rd & Tiedeman Rd.

$3.29 - Marathon - Cleveland (SE) - 4360 Lee Rd & Miles Ave.

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