It’s been bad news at the pumps lately for motorists as the average price for a gallon of gasoline in Albuquerque jumped from $3.59 last week to $3.77 Wednesday.
It wasn’t as bad of news in the neighborhood as several stations in northwest Albuquerque had prices below the citywide average.
Costco and Sam’s Club, which each require a membership, were easily the lowest in the neighborhood at $3.39.
Murphy Express offered the lowest prices without a membership at the locations on Alameda ($3.72) and 528 ($3.73).
Phillips 66 on Alameda and Speedway on Alameda were each at $3.74.
Three Circle K stations were also below average: Corrales Road ($3.74), Second Street ($3.75) and Unser ($3.76).
The stations above the city average include:
- Smith’s on McMahon ($3.79)
- Chevron on Paradise ($3.89)
- Valero on Paradise ($3.89)
- Speedway on Paradise and Speedway on Golf Course, both at $3.89
- Smith’s on McMahon ($3.89)
The Chevron on Coors again had the highest price in the neighborhood at $3.99.