Gas Prices Inch Up Four Cents In The Jamestown Area

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JAMESTOWN – The price for a gallon of gas continues to inch up both across western New York and the country as a whole.

The price in Jamestown, according to, sits at $2.83, up four cents from last week.

Experts with AAA say if higher crude oil prices continue, drivers can expect incremental price increases — of at least nickel — at their local gas stations in March.

Saying motorists have yet to see any relief from gas price spikes following outages at Gulf Coast refineries.

The national average is $2.77 and New York’s is $2.83. Last year at this time, the national average was $2.39, while New York’s was $2.57.


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1 Comment

  1. Thank you Joe Biden for shutting off the pipelines and our oil production so we can buy foreign oil, which has to be shipped from overseas (wasting resources & making us pay higher prices at the pump).

    It’s gone up $0.50 since the inauguration…. Now it takes $20 extra to fill my tank.

    Get ready, it’s going to go higher, and when that happens, everything else goes with it.

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