South Dakota gasoline prices down more than a dollar a gallon from a year ago

April 28, 2020
Mike Tanner

WATERTOWN, S.D.—Gas prices in South Dakota are more than a dollar a gallon cheaper than a year ago at this time.

The website reports the statewide average is $1.57 a gallon. A year ago, it was $2.77 a gallon.

Most Watertown stations are selling a gallon of regular unleaded for $1.56, but that’s considerably higher than some of their neighbors.

The website shows a station in Henry is priced at $1.34 a gallon. Summit is $1.39 a gallon, and a station in Sisseton is selling it for $1.49.

Oil prices sank another 30-percent on Monday, and a barrel of oil is trading at barely above $10 today.

Oil giant BP reported a 66-percent drop in first quarter profits today due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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