Biggest gas savings in the Tri-Cities


Will inflation and already high gas prices keep us off the streets this Labor Day weekend? No way! We’re boarding planes, trains and cars to celebrate the last weekend of summer everywhere but at home.

Sure, a few more Americans than usual are staying home this year, but fewer than the Fourth of July.

Maybe it’s because gas prices are falling again (although we’re hoping they fall much further).

Maybe it’s because we’re stubborn and determined to get the last fun out of summer no matter what.

All I know is that we still want to save money where we can. To that end, I’ve compiled a list of the cheapest gas prices in the Tri-Cities area. I also listed the highest gas price in the state just so you know it could be worse.

$4.08 Gasoline

  • Love’s Travel Stop, 2252 E Kartchner St, Pasco
  • Mid Columbia Grocery Store, 6409 W. Court St.

$4.09 gas

  • 76, 2100 E Hillsboro Street, Pasco

$4.11 gas

  • Costco, 8505 W. Gage Boulevard, Kennewick

$4.19 gas

  • General Store, 214410 E. WA-397, Finley
  • Coleman Oil, 2451 Logan St., Richland
  • Exxon & Circle K, 3957 W. Van Giesen St., West Richland

Gas prices will only go up from there – by a penny or more per gallon. Can you guess where gas prices are the worst?

Where is the most expensive gas in Washington State?

Gas prices in Washington are $5.79 per gallon in South Seattle, Sea-Tac and Vashon Island.

Where is the cheapest gasoline in Washington State?

The cheapest gasoline in Washington state is at Breckenridge Dairy and Gas in Sumas, where it costs $3.53 a gallon. Don’t hate them because they’re beautiful.

Gas prices are constantly changing

The above prices will likely change, but I’m willing to bet that these locations will still have the best prices. Check gas buddy for the latest, greatest.

good luck out there And have a good trip!

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LOOK: See how much gas it cost in the year you started driving

To learn more about how the price of gasoline has changed over the years, Stacker ran the numbers on the cost of a gallon of gasoline for each of the past 84 years. Use Data from the Office for Labor Statistics (published April 2020), we analyzed the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline from 1976 to 2020 along with the consumer price index (CPI) for regular unleaded gasoline from 1937 to 1976, including absolute and inflation-adjusted prices for each year.

Read on to examine gas costs over time and rediscover how much a gallon was when you first started driving.


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