WTOP Saves You Money
Some of the busiest travel days of the year surround the Thanksgiving holiday. And passengers still looking to purchase plane tickets will likely find full flights and high prices.
WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey shows that prices are down again, but still higher than last year.
Gas prices dropped 4 cents this week, but are 18 cents higher than a year ago, the WTOP Pain in the Gas Survey finds.
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According to WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey, the price for a regular gallon of gas slid 3 cents in the last week to $3.78.
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WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey finds gas prices are down across the board in the area.
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