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Tri-State sees $1.99 gas prices

Verity Fuel Mart in Middletown. (FOX19/M.Buckingham) Verity Fuel Mart in Middletown. (FOX19/M.Buckingham)
CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Tri-State gas prices, along with fuel costs around the country, have dropped below $2 for the first time several years.

Several Middletown stations on Thursday saw the lowest prices in the area at $1.99 per gallon, according to GasBuddy.com.

The national average fuel price is $2.47, AAA reports. That's down 74 cents from one year ago.

These stations had prices listed at $1.99 as of Friday morning:

- Marathon, 1601 Germantown Rd & Wilbraham Road, Middletown

- Valero, 1510 Germantown Rd near Wilbraham Road, Middletown

- Verity Food Mart, 435 N Verity Pkwy & Reinartz Blvd., Middletown

- Verity Fuel Mart, 2501 N Verity Blvd & Winona Dr., Middletown

- United Dairy Farmers, 101 N Verity Pkwy & Manchester Ave, Middletown

In Kentucky, the lowest local price was $2.29 at Murphy Express in Florence. $2.27 was the lowest for Indiana at the Kroger in Batesville.

See a continuously updated list of the top 10 cheapest gas prices in the Tri-State here.

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