Travelers usually don’t have much to be happy about during the holiday season, but this year Coloradans can enjoy a break at the gas pump.
Pulling up to the pump this weekend meant pulling out some extra cash, especially for those in the mountains of Colorado or on the West Coast or Midwest.
The price at the pump has been skyrocketing. Gas prices along the Front Range are close to $4 a gallon in some spots.
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Drivers are getting an early holiday present at the pumps as national gas prices are down 5 cents in the past two weeks.
They’re here — $4 gas prices have come to Colorado.
A survey found that in the first week of April Americans used nearly 4 percent less gas than the same time last year. In Colorado gas shot up nearly 10 cents in the past week.
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