Who doesn't love cheaper gas? If you do, today is your day to fill up much cheaper for three hours only.

Circle K is stepping up to give everyone cheap gas across the country and right here in Lubbock on September 1st, 2022 only from 4 to 7 p.m. All you have to do is go to any Circle K branded gas location and fill up.

They're taking off 40 cents from each gallon you fill up. This is perfect for not only helping everyone during a difficult time, but also for Labor Day weekend traveling.

I've confirmed that they're doing this at all locations in Lubbock branded with Circle K gas. This means there are six different Circle K gas stations in Lubbock you can go to. I bet it will be busy, so just be patient but this cheap gas makes it worth it.

The Lubbock area is currently average about $3.39 a gallon, so this would bring it right around $3 -- maybe even lower.

Here's where the Circle K locations in Lubbock are:

  • 7202 Indiana Ave.
  • 13008 Indiana Ave.
  • 103 W Loop 289
  • 3402 Milwaukee Ave.
  • 6601 Milwaukee Ave.
  • 9703 Milwaukee Ave.

Remember: this is only happening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on September 1st, 2022.

You can find out more about Circle K on their website.

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