Ontario Gas Prices Are Set To Drop & Here's The Best Time & Place To Fill Up Your Tank

If you love saving money and happen to need gas, Friday is going to be a great day for you.

Ontario gas prices have broken records the past couple of months for all-time highs, but at the end of this week, the province will catch a break with prices dropping.

Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, tweeted on Wednesday that gas prices are set to drop 4 cents per litre this Friday in Ontario, with prices in the GTA dropping to 144.9 cents per litre.

The cheapest predicted spots to fill up tomorrow will be Peterborough, with prices dropping down 4 cents to 141.9, and Brampton and Ottawa, both with prices at 143.9 cents per litre, according to Gas Wizard.

You might want to avoid filling up for now in Thunder Bay, which is predicted to have the most expensive gas prices in the province despite being set to drop down 2 cents to 151.9 cents per litre.

If you filled up over the weekend, you probably noticed that Ontario gas prices are surprisingly low right now. In fact, they are downright affordable, which, as you've likely guessed, won't last very long.

After months of ping-ponging prices, the province's cost of gas dropped by a whopping 11 cents on Sunday, bringing it to its lowest rate since the summer.

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Gas prices are plummeting across most of Canada due to an "overreaction" of a new COVID-19 variant being discovered, according to an analyst.

Gas prices analyst Dan McTeague announced to his 24.9K Twitter followers over the weekend that gas prices were set to drop by up to 11 cents a litre across almost all of Canada.

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If you're waiting for the right time for Ontario gas prices to drop from their monumental highs, it's now.

According to gas prices analyst Dan McTeague, prices at the gas station have dropped up to 11 cents on Sunday, November 28 in cities across Canada.

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Unfortunately, what goes down (or in this case, plateaus) must eventually come back up.

Gas prices are expected to rise on Wednesday after recently dropping slightly. So, if you're looking to save some money, you might want to head to the pumps today or be a bit picky about where you fill up tomorrow.

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