Consumer pocketbooks will be a little fatter this November and December, thanks to gas prices, which are at their lowest level in three years this holiday season.
National average prices ticked up a few cents this week, but at a current $3.20 per gallon, they're still more than 20 cents lower than they were a year ago. They've been on a downward trend since Labor Day. In fact, we're paying the same amount today per gallon as we did in 1980 -- 33 years ago, adjusted for inflation, when the average price was $1.13.
Have you noticed that gas prices are lowering in your area? How much have you been paying?