Gas prices fall below $2 at Minnesota stations; $1.70 by Christmas?
Gasoline prices in Minnesota are slipping below $2 per gallon and likely are headed even lower.
Some stations in the Twin Cities began selling regular gas for under $2 in recent days, although on average, metro-area gasoline sells at $2.08 per gallon, according to GasBuddy.com, the crowdsourced website.
When Danny Ripka of Minneapolis pulled into a BP station at 36th Street and Lyndale Avenue South on Thursday, his car’s amber low-fuel light was on. As he waited in line for an open pump, he watched one driver confront another motorist about jumping ahead.