How do Memorial Day Weekend gasoline prices in ND compare to the national price?
As we head into Memorial Day weekend, gasoline prices in the United States are at their highest level since 2014.
According to Valley News Live, the price of gasoline is the highest since 2014. The report says that with the national average price being just over three dollars a gallon, the cost is up about a dollar from the year last. Get details on Memorial Day gasoline prices here.
As of May 2020, the average price of gasoline in North Dakota was $ 1.26.
While gasoline prices can be expected to rise around a public holiday, it is still no fun refueling when the 2020 national average has passed roughly $ 1. $ 96 per gallon at the end of May. And the state average was only $ 1.26 in North Dakota at that time! We are paying more like $ 1.50 more this Memorial Day weekend.
While the current average California gas price is over four dollars, the price in North Dakota is still under three dollars.
If you were in California, there’s a chance you’ll be paying over four dollars a gallon this weekend, but if you’re traveling to North Dakota, refueling your vehicle shouldn’t be terribly painful. I looked at the prices in Bismarck, Dickinson, Williston, Minot, Grand Forks, Fargo and Jamestown. Prices are pretty consistent across the state, but it looks like Bismarck may have the cheapest gasoline this weekend!
In most states, including Bismarck, the price of gasoline ranges between $ 2.70 and $ 2.89 per gallon. But Sam’s Club in Bismarck sells unleaded for $ 2.44 a gallon.