Mass. Gas Prices Up Another Nickel

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts gas prices are up for the second consecutive week.

AAA of Southern New England reports Monday that self-serve, regular jumped a nickel in the past week to an average of $3.71 per gallon.

The current cost is four cents above the national average and $1.04 more than the same time last year.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Fausto Menard talks to AAA’s Mary Maguire:

AAA found self-serve, regular as low as $3.61 and as high as $3.95 per gallon.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  • emom

    Yup this is their plan,,, Raise the gas prices by labor day.. Happens every year… go figure….

  • Ann

    what are they Raise the gas prices again
    they said early summer it was coming down
    i just hope it dont end up 500 a gal by labor day

  • emom

    Ann it did come down about 30 cents.. Was good BUT They are playing us and giving us false hope,, Be prepared for over $4 , I fear it will happen… and it could last thru christmas,,, I so hate the games the oil companies are playing with us.

    • Ann

      yes Emon i no your right i just worry about the oil prices
      this year i just hope the oil will not kill us on the prices
      to heat the homes.

  • Denise

    funny how they come down a penny at a time and jump up a nickel at a whack!

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