Triple-A Texas spokesperson Sarah Schimmer says the statewide average is down four-cents to $3.22 a gallon.
She says Texans are paying about $45 for a 14-gallon fill up, compared to about $38 this time last year.
The most expensive gasoline in Texas is in Amarillo down six-cents to $3.26 a gallon.
Corpus Christi has the lowest average at $3.11, down a nickel this week.
Austin's average is down four-cents to $3.20 a gallon, while San Antonio motorists are paying $3.17, also down four-cents a gallon.
Dallas drivers are paying a nickel less at $3.20, and Houston motorists are paying three-cents less at $3.19 a gallon.
The national average is down a nickel this week to $3.39 a gallon.