AZ gas prices rise - Tucson News Now

AZ gas prices rise

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

AAA officials said the cold temperatures across the U.S. have thawed fuel prices.

Arizona motorists saw higher prices at the pump within the past week by 2.3 cents, at an average of $3.214 per gallon. The national average fell nearly two cents to $3.307 per gallon.

Tucson continues to pump the lowest costing gas in the state at $3.129 per gallon, while Flagstaff has the most expensive gas at an average of $3.338 per gallon.

AAA Arizona provided the following numbers of gas prices by city:

City

Today's price

Change from last week

Change from last month

Last year's price

East Valley
(Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Apache Junction, Queen Creek)

$3.196

+3.6

+10.6

$2.993

Flagstaff

$3.338

-2.8

-1.6

$3.297

Glendale

$3.188

+1.7

+8.4

$3.013

Peoria

$3.189

+3.0

+11.7

$3.008

Phoenix (city)

$3.208

+3.9

+11.0

$3.013

Prescott
(Tri-Cities)

$3.193

+0.7

-0.8

$3.103

Scottsdale
(Scottsdale, Fountain Hills)

$3.265

+3.1

+8.6

$3.099

Tucson

$3.129

+2.1

+5.1

$2.864

Yuma

$3.238

+5.2

+8.6

$3.124

Statewide

$3.214

+2.3

+7.5

$3.047

National

$3.307

-1.8

+4.8

$3.304

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