Gas prices at five Vernon service stations along 25th Avenue had four different prices as of 6 a.m. Tuesday. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)

Update: Okanagan gas outlet with lowest price in B.C.

Two Vernon outlets have reduced price Tuesday morning to as low as $1.15.9

Update: 2:30 p.m.

Sadly the reprieve at the pump was short lived.

According to GasBuddy, prices throughout Vernon are all coming in at 1.34.9 within the last 30 minutes.

A nearly 20 cent spike from the 1.15.9 reported this morning at the Petro Canada.

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UPDATED TUESDAY, 9:45 A.M.: gasbuddy.com showing that Petro Canada on 25th Avenue in Vernon, B.C. has dropped price to $1.15.9…

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ORIGINAL

Five different Vernon gas stations, four different prices.

As of Tuesday at 6 a.m., a handful of service outlets along 25th Avenue had their prices range between $1.19.9 and $1.39.9.

Super Save Gas, at 43rd Street and 25th Avenue, was the lowest at $1.19.9, the lowest pricein the province, according to gasbuddy.com.

RELATED: Vernon pumps on the rise

Kitty-corner across the roadway, Petro Canada was $1.21.9. Esso/7-Eleven and Mobil Mart (Real Canadian Wholesale Club) were at $1.35.9 and Shell was at $1.39.9.

The average provincial price according to the website is $1.40.9.

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