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what's online: filling up for a bit less

if you’re an american, likely you’re struggling at the pump. me? i don’t have a car. screw that! anyway, you aren’t going to be able to buy cheap gas, but some gas stations will be cheaper! good hunting:

But the most helpful tips come in the form of links to sites that track gasoline prices. At GasPriceWatch.com and GasBuddy.com, users act as volunteer price spotters, reporting the lowest and highest prices in cities across the country. On Wednesday and Thursday this week, prices for regular gas in Oakland, Calif., ranged from $4.30 to $4.79 a gallon, according to spotters on GasBuddy. In New York City, they ranged from $4.15 to $4.70. The lowest prices were in Wichita, Kan., according to the site, ranging from $3.68 at a Kum & Go station to $3.89 at a Phillips 66 outlet.

nytimes.com: what’s online, by dan mitchell

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