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Fuel prices down before the long weekend. Where will refueling be the cheapest?

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At the end of May, fuel prices are lower than last week – inform e-petrol analysts. As they added, the reduction amounted to approximately 4-5 groszy per liter of 95-octane petrol and diesel. Where will refueling before the long weekend be the cheapest?

E-petrol.pl analysts reported on Wednesday that refueling before the so-called long weekend will cost less than a week ago.

“Price corrections at gas stations that took place only in the last week of May resulted in… a liter of 95 petrol currently costs 5 cents less compared to the results of the previous quotation, i.e. PLN 6.52. The same amount of diesel is 4 cents cheaper and costs an average of PLN 6.55,” experts said.

The reductions recorded this week also included: LPG, which is offered for an average of PLN 2.75 per liter. This is 3 cents less compared to the price from the previous week.

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Fuel prices are getting lower in Poland

Analysts pointed out that since the end of April, when fuels in retail sales began to become cheaper, both the nationwide average gasoline price Pb95 and diesel oil have already dropped by 14 gr. However, the price of autogas began to move down in the first decade of April and since then it has decreased by 12 groszy.

Data from e-petrol.pl show that Today, the “definite leader” when it comes to low refueling costs is the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, where the lowest prices are for Pb95, diesel and autogas. “Their average prices there are PLN 6.39, PLN 6.41 and PLN 2.62/l, respectively,” analysts said.

They also found that 95-octane petrol with a price of PLN 6.62/l is the most expensive in Masovia, diesel, offered on average at PLN 6.60/l, costs the most in Lower Silesia and Podlasie, and autogas is the most expensive in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship – 2 .81 PLN/l.

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