Gas prices drop again in Florida; here’s what you’ll pay Monday in your neighborhood

ORLANDO, Fla. — If you’re headed back to work after the holiday break, you’ll notice lower prices at the pump.


AAA said a recent drop in oil prices and a decrease in seasonal demand caused gas prices to fall again.

On Monday, the average price of a gallon of regular gas statewide was $3.01, down a couple cents from a week ago.

The auto club added that Thanksgiving gas prices in Florida were officially the lowest in three years.

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Thanksgiving gas prices in Florida: Average per gallon (Source: AAA)

  • 2023: $3.03
  • 2022: $3.41
  • 2021: $3.35
  • 2020: $2.03 (COVID-19)

“Gas prices should remain low through the holidays, unless there’s an unexpected spike in oil prices or disruption to the domestic gasoline supply line,” AAA’s Mark Jenkins said.

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Here’s a county-by-county look at Monday’s average price per gallon:

  • Brevard: $2.93
  • Lake: $2.95
  • Sumter: $2.95
  • Seminole: $2.96
  • Osceola: $2.96
  • Orange: $2.96
  • Polk: $2.98
  • Volusia: $2.99
  • Flager: $2.99
  • Marion: $3.01

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