Mass. Gas Prices Have Risen $0.13 In Three Weeks

BOSTON (AP) — Gasoline prices in Massachusetts have risen for a third straight week.

The latest weekly survey by AAA Southern New England finds self-serve regular selling for an average of $3.74 per gallon in the Bay State, three cents higher than a week ago.

The average price has risen 13 cents since the beginning of July and is more than a dollar higher than it was a year ago at this time.

Massachusetts is currently five cents above the national average of $3.69 for self-serve regular.

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  1. Willow says:

    This isn’t even news anymore. Everyone can see that when they go to the pumps to fill up.

  2. Scott says:

    Why are they going up??? The y went down for 2 weeks, now they have to go up for 14 weeks??? Nothing but gouging all the time on the consumer.

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