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It’s a good time to get gas in the Okanagan

Gas prices are dropping in the Kelowna area

Gas prices have taken a dive this morning in the Okanagan.

In Kelowna, prices were listed around 141.9 yesterday afternoon but have since dropped to 128.9. Prices have also dropped in West Kelowna to an average of 128.9.

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Vernon also sits at 128.9 while Penticton’s prices are a little higher at 132.9, according to Gas Buddy.

Kelowna residents were not fond of the price increase in April, and prices remained around the 1.40 mark throughout the summer.

The cheapest gas in the province is in Prince George at 124.9.

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