Nebraska Gas Prices Up 8 Cents in One Week

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(Lincoln, NE) -- Gas prices are rising in Nebraska, up 8 cents from last week.

According to AAA, the average price for a gallon of unleaded in the state is $3.62. In a press release, they say fluctuating oil prices and maintenance work at refineries on the West Coast and Midwest are leading to rising pump prices.

The average prices for a gallon of unleaded in Iowa's Metros are the following:

  • Columbus - $3.70
  • Grand Island - $3.57
  • Kearney - $3.65
  • Lincoln - $3.61
  • Norfolk - $3.62
  • North Platte - $3.77
  • Omaha - $3.58

The average prices for Regular, Mid-Grade, Premium, and Diesel for each of Nebraska's counties can be found here.

The average price of gas in Nebraska remains cheaper than the national average, which is up to $3.68 for a gallon of unleaded gas.

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