Retail gasoline prices dropped an average of six cents throughout the United States the week to hit $2.22. The 27-week average price is now at $2.51. The largest fall was in the Midwest region, where prices dropped from $2.38 to $2.29. The Central Atlantic region saw the smallest drop of only one cent.

The lowest retail gasoline prices are in the Gulf Coast region at $2.01 while the largest prices are in the West Coast region at $2.48.

Ohio saw a huge drop in retail gasoline prices, falling 20 cents to $2.29. The next highest drop was in Minnesota at 11 cents. The smallest fall was in New York where prices decreased three cents to $2.29.