La Crosse gas prices drop 19 cents in a week, after 18-cent rise
The cheapest gas in Wisconsin’s largest cities can still be found in La Crosse, according to the Wisconsin AAA.
The La Crosse average of $3.68 a gallon is 19 cents lower than a week ago, reversing an 18-cent increase from the week before.
A month ago, in early March, La Crosse gas stations had an average price of $3.71 a gallon.
The statewide average is down 9 cents from last week. AAA is optimistic that releasing a million barrels of oil a day from the country’s strategic reserve will cause prices to go lower.
After La Crosse, the next highest city average is $3.73, in Appleton. Milwaukee leads the big cities in Wisconsin with an average of $3.90.
April 5, 2022 at 6:12 am
Still it higher than last year as is everything else and don’t be fooled by the liberal bias media’s attemp to carry the Biden regime narrative that its not Bidens fault…Biden has blamed anyone but himself and those that vote for his looney toon policies… If pBiden wants to blame someone he can always blame the so called 81 million that voted for him..both the living the dead, and illegal…stolden elections have consequences.