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Gas Prices Dive to New Lows Across San Antonio

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Frugal San Antonians may be elated to hear that gas prices are falling across the city.

While some stations are still charging $2.24 and higher per gallon, News 4 San Antonio reports that prices dropped to $2.02 at Stanley's Ice Station off East Commerce St. downtown and at Bees Convenience Store near Pat Booker Road in Universal City.

A quick look at the Gas Buddy app — which surged in popularity during the Hurricane Harvey gaspocalypse of 2017 — shows that prices have dropped across town. Those seeking a discounted fill up won't have much trouble finding gas at $2.04 to $2.09 per gallon, especially on the West Side.

So far, the best bets for low prices appear to be certain QuikTrip and Walmart locations. Costco and Sam's members also appear to be saving big.

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