The price of gas dropped below $1 per gallon, to just 47 cents, at a Michigan gas station on Sunday.
A B Bartlett gas station in the town of Houghton Lake hit below the half-dollar mark while waging a price war against a competitor.
— Patrick DeHaan (@GasBuddyGuy) January 18, 2016
Patrick DeHaan, a petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.com, told ABC News that Michigan was the first state in a decade to have gas under $1 per gallon.
“This is something we don’t see often at all or ever,” DeHann told ABC. “That’s unheard of.”
Gas prices have dropped precipitously in the past year and a half, falling from above $3.60 nationally in April of 2015 to below $2 in November, according to GasBuddy.com