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Since then it climbed to the high $3 range.... and now it is going lower again.... 

I saw this more recent post:

The rumor is that the price will go even lower and then skyrocket. 

I love that answer.... Prices will go up and down. (so insightful! 😉

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$4.08 Gasolina Súper el galón :( 

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