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Find out where and when to fill up the long weekend.

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Metro Vancouverites who want to get gas up before they go will have more relatively cheaper options on Friday (October 8) than they did earlier in the week. However, experts say prices may fall again.

According to Dan McTeague, president of the Canadians for Affordable Energy, formerly GasBuddy, Canadians should stop buying gas until Saturday.

On Thursday, the petroleum analyst said gas prices across the country are expected to fall a few cents before Friday and another cent on Saturday.

But the price drop is not all good news. On the way out of the long weekend, gas prices in the lower mainland are expected to continue to rise.

According to GasBuddy, gas prices in Vancouver are $ 0.34 per gallon. Liter higher than a year ago at this time.

Thanks to a global economy in recovery, the weather, government policies and trade shocks, a global energy crisis has blown up, mainly in Europe and China, which will have all sorts of knock-on effects.

Due to rising oil prices, McTeague expects Vancouver’s gasoline prices to hit $ 1.60 per gallon. Liter in the coming days.

“Make no mistake, it’s going to cost $ 90 a barrel, WTI,” McTeague said. “Some suggest 100.”

With $ 90 per. Barrel WTI estimates McTeague that gas prices in Vancouver would rise to between $ 1.75 and $ 1.80 per gallon.

Where the cheapest places to get gas are near Metro Vancouver

The cheapest place to get gas on the road just outside of Metro Vancouver on Friday (October 8) is the Chevron station at 26390 Fraser Hwy Marine Drive in Aldergrove at 154.9 cents per gallon.

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For Metro Vancouverites, the cheapest place in the region to buy gas on Friday is the Friday station at 5894 Marine Dr. in Burnaby to 155.6 øre pr. Liter.

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Photo via GasBuddy.com

Husky at 7389 River Rd. in Delta is the third cheapest place to buy gas at 156.9 cents per liter.

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Photo via GasBuddy.com

After the Delta station, two Shell and two Husky gas stations offer the best value for money at 157.9 cents per liter.

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Photo via GasBuddy.com

Friday offers a Chevron at 2706 St. Johns St. in Port Moody gas at 158.9 cents per liter.

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Photo via GasBuddy.com

Finally, another Shell in Surrey and an Esso in Burnaby offer gas at 159.9 cents per liter.

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Photo via GasBuddy.com

With files from Nelson Bennett / Business In Vancouver.

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