Gas prices down 1 cent despite high demand

COLUMBIA, S.C. (CNN)—Good news for your summer travel plans!

Despite high demand, gas prices are holding steady for now.

According to the Energy Information Administration — for the first time since 2021, domestic gasoline demand was over nine million barrels daily for a third straight week, but gas prices barely budged — thanks to the low cost of oil.

In fact, the national average for a gallon of gas dipped a penny since last week to $3.56 a gallon.

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