- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 23, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Falling gasoline prices are giving Oklahomans a Christmas gift that will likely last into the new year.

AAA Oklahoma says the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline was $2.07 Tuesday. Gas prices have tumbled $1.46 since hitting its 2014 high of $3.53 on June 26.

AAA says the state pump price has fallen for 55 straight days, plummeting 20 cents in the last week and 56 cents over the last month.

Some stations in Oklahoma City were selling gasoline for under $1.70 on Tuesday - the lowest prices anywhere in the nation. And the Tulsa metropolitan area had the lowest citywide average price of any major U.S. city Tuesday at $1.93 per gallon.

AAA spokesman Chuck Mai says Oklahomans could see prices drop below $2 by Jan. 1

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