Have you noticed gas prices going up? I have, too, and just in time for the summer holiday (snicker). Well, consumer advocate Clark Howard recently published a story (written by Mike Timmermann) on the cheapest day to buy gas this summer. Mike writes, “’Though there is variation in daily gas prices across different states, the consensus is that the earlier motorists fill-up during the week, the better,’ says Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy. ‘Following Monday, Sunday is the cheapest day to fill-up. Conversely, Thursday follows Friday as the most expensive day to fill-up.’”
So now you know not to buy gas on Fridays unless you really have to.
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