Chasing the cheapest gas in Ocean County


It’s no secret, the gas price is high and by all indications we will see more increases due to the situation in Ukraine 🇺🇦 I’m not here to discuss the situation in Eastern Europe, but I’m here to talk about ours Gas prices here in Ocean County.

I recently filled up my tank and I don’t have a big car and it was $50 which is the most I’ve paid in a long time and I’m curious to see what Washington thinks when they say we can get more raises see. Accordingly news week, Vice President Harris said this weekend that “the fallout from a Russian invasion of Ukraine and subsequent economic sanctions would almost certainly result in rising energy costs, including gas prices, for US consumers.” So I think that means YES.

Shawn Michaels

Shawn Michaels

So obviously there’s not much we can do other than drive less. That’s not an option for many of us, so next we’ll see if we can find the cheapest prices so maybe some can save a bit. The only problem is if you live in a different part of the county than the cheapest gas there isn’t much point in driving miles and using gas to get there. So if we find a spot near you, why not take advantage of it, huh? Here are some of the prices we were able to find for this week.

  • $3.47 Phillips 66 Rt.35 Wall Parish (Linda) Monmouth County*
  • $3.49 Port of Gulf Lanoka (Debbie)
  • $3.55 Bayville Rt.9 & Morris Blvd (Deborah)
  • $3.55 Sunoco Rt.70 at Lakehurst (Dorothy)
  • $3.56 Delta Rt. 9 Downtown Tuckerton (Paul)
  • $3.57 Sunoco in Toms River (Deb)
  • $3.61 Wawa in South Toms River (Wendy)

Accordingly gas buddy, which Amanda found helpful, the lowest in Ocean County is in Brick Township at Conoco $3.39. Followed by Costco on Brick at $3.45 and then Delta in Lakewood at $3.47. The cheapest in Toms River was Tommie Vee’s on Rt 37 for $3.49.

So as you can see, you can save some money by finding cheaper petrol nearby. So let’s stay updated on future prices and we’ll try to update you on the morning show and online as well.

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

To learn more about how the price of gas has changed over the years, Stacker ran the figures on the cost of a gallon of gas for each of the last 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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