//Gasoline hits 99 cents at Kentucky station, sells out

Gasoline hits 99 cents at Kentucky station, sells out

The value of a gallon of gasoline has hit 99 cents at a station in Kentucky.

GasBuddy analyst Patrick De Haan was tipped off by customers of the GasBuddy app that the Spur 7 BP in on state route 25 in London had dropped beneath a buck.

Do not head there on the lookout for a deal proper now, although, as a result of an worker on the station informed Fox News Autos that the value was already 99 cents on Wednesday and that they are at present bought out of gasoline and did not know when the pumps could be open once more. Commenters on Fuel Buddy say the station is understood for its low costs and is usually very busy.

De Haan earlier this week predicted that the nationwide average, currently $2.20, could soon drop to $1.49 and that 99 cents could be a actuality at some places. A mix of elevated provide in Saudi Arabia and Russia with falling demand from efforts to cease the unfold of the coronavirus are driving the development.

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However Kentucky, the place the statewide common is $1.90, isn’t the one state with a station promoting gasoline for a all-time low worth. Oklahoma, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kansas all have a minimum of one station with a worth below $1.30.

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