Don’t Fill-Up Yet

June 18th, 2013 at 5:44 pm by under Bill's Blog, News, Weather, Your Money

gas prices    From Patrick DeHaan at GasBuddy:  “Hey Bill – Tell your readers to continue holding off on filling their tanks. GR prices could drop into the $3.50s in the next week at some stations.  Today’s average of $3.88 will likely be in the 3.60s a week from today.”

14 Responses to “Don’t Fill-Up Yet”

  1. mikelikespike says:

    Awesome news

  2. Jack says:

    I Haven’t Filled Up My Tank in a LONG TIME !!! I’m 2 POOR… Just Sayin…… ;-)

  3. Nathan (Forest Hills) says:

    Uh 47 tomorrow morning? I have swim team outside at 7AM…

    1. Brian(Grandville) says:

      Your gonna need a neoprene dive suit.

  4. AlleganJoe says:

    Sounds like good news to me!! :)

  5. Brad (Lawrence) says:

    Yeah, heard that before. Tomorrow something will go wrong at one, if not all the refineries that supply our local gas.

  6. Mindy ( Mason MI ) says:

    Any price drop will be short lived!! Got the 4th of July around the corner!! Prices always jump just before a holiday!!

    1. Jack says:

      Ain’t That THE TRUTH!!!

  7. sharon says:

    They will wait till everyone is empty….then jack up the prices…. Just sayin

  8. Mike M. says:

    Prices are plummeting? It must be because the oil companies have suddenly embraced generosity and kindness and warm, fuzzy feelings! After all, if it’s their greed that causes prices to go up then it’s their altruism that makes prices go down.

  9. Rad (Jenison/Hudsonville) says:


  10. Judy says:

    What I don’t get is that Holland is around $3.70 and so is Portage, but in between the two places, you have stations charging $3.88. Why aren’t they being charged with gas gouging?!?

    1. Daniel says:

      The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) regulates electric and natural gas prices … why not also gasoline?

  11. Sandi says:

    Was in PA late last week and over weekend. When GR was $4.29, PA was $3.39. We’re being gouged Michigan people. No two ways about it. And every year it’s the same excuses – refineries down, summer blend, blah blah blah.

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