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Gasoline prices still climbing

February 16, 2013

Western Pennsylvania gas prices continued to climb for the third consecutive week. Wednesday’s average, $3.747 per gallon, is seven cents higher than last Tuesday....

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Jimmy1

Feb-16-13 12:41 PM

Bending over at the pumps thanks united! Our gas should be cheaper here! Last time in Erie it was as much as $.25 less in Erie.

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Jimmy1

Feb-16-13 12:41 PM

Bending over at the pumps thanks united! Our gas should be cheaper here! Last time in Erie it was as much as $.25 less in Erie.

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reasonable

Feb-17-13 2:59 PM

It is amazing how no one understand supply and demand. Drive to Erie if you think it will save money,*****drive to New Jersey where it surely is cheaper too. This town would become desolate if the refinery was to shut down.

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st0newa11

Feb-18-13 9:17 AM

You can sure tell who the United employees are in here. They do get an employee discount at the pump.

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reasonable

Feb-18-13 8:02 PM

If Exxon could get their gasoline in here for 5 cents cheaper they would, and then Kwikfill would have to lower prices. No one can get their gasoline here for the same price, thus they charge what they can while keeping other competitors out.

Stonewall, you too can get a discount card for 5 cents off per gallon.

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Lifelongresident

Feb-19-13 2:35 PM

Some of the same people that complain about the gas prices i.e. United still think nothing about buying a 16oz bottle of water for $1.50. That's $12 a gallon for water!

Also usually the difference in URC prices and those in Erie is 5 to 10 cents. Let's say you have a 20 gallon tank. So it costs you $1 to $2 more to fill up. Really you're whining about a buck or two and then go to Tim Horton's and pay $3 for a 50 cent cup of coffee.

I think people just like having something to complain about.

I don't work at URC.

Let the bashing of me begin, since that's what most people tend to do in here. Instead of just debating the issue.

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MTOMTO

Feb-19-13 4:38 PM

Check the gas prices in California. Italy is twice as high.

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SXP123

Feb-21-13 6:27 PM

gas - $3.74 per gallon. mpg - 25. . . . would you push your car 25 miles for $3.74?

trying to stay positive because we'll never beat them. it's still a pretty cheap means of transportation to get from point a to point b.

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