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Gas prices on decline in Oklahoma as end of summer nears, AAA says price may continue to fall

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The price of gasoline is falling in Oklahoma and AAA Oklahoma says it may continue declining through Halloween.

AAA said Tuesday that the statewide average for a gallon of self-serve regular is $3.25 — down nearly 3 cents per gallon from last week and down almost 20 cents during the past two months. AAA said the price may fall another 20 cents by Halloween.

Average prices in selected cities range from $3.11 in Lawton to $3.50 in Guymon. Drivers in Oklahoma City are paying an average of $3.19 per gallon while those in Tulsa are paying $3.13.

AAA spokesman Chuck Mai says the demand and the price of crude oil are both falling and some stations have switched to less expensive winter-grade fuels.

The nationwide average is $3.38 per gallon.

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