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These DC-area Sheetz will drop gas prices to less than $4 a gallon in honor of July 4

The deal will only apply to unleaded 88 or E85 gas.

WASHINGTON — In honor of the Fourth of July, Sheetz has announced plans to help customers feel less pain at the pump. 

According to AAA, the average cost of a gallon of regular gas in Virginia is $4.703 as of June 28. However, the Mid-Atlantic restaurant and convenience store chain said it will reduce the price of fuel to $3.99 per gallon for unleaded 88 and $3.49 per gallon for E85 gasoline from now through the July 4 holiday. 

It is important to note that the deal will only apply to Unleaded 88 and E85 gasoline.

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Sheetz is open 24 hours and has a large presence in the commonwealth. If you are looking to take advantage of the limited-time deal, check below for the closest location to you. 



  • 21304 Windmill Parc Drive
  • 45550 Dulles Plaza 
  • 21304 Windmill Parc Dr
  • 42855 Yardley Ridge Dr


  • 2500 Caton Hill Rd 
  • 5350 Dale Blvd
  • 3300 Noble Pond Way
  • 4021 Prince William Pkwy
  • 5350 Dale Blvd


  • 25224 Poland Rd
  • Manassas Park:
  • 8504 Centreville Rd


  • 11774 Sudley Manor Dr
  • 13039 Balls Ford Rd 
  • 11774 Sudley Manor Dr 
  • 13039 Balls Ford Rd

Dale City:

  • 5350 Dale Blvd


  • 601 California Dr NE
  • 915 Edwards Ferry Rd NE


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Over the weekend, the national average for a gallon of gas went up to $5. However, in Arlington, regular gas has climbed to $5.29.

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