In Philadelphia, drivers are paying an average of $2.68 for regular unleaded. That's down about a cent from Monday and four cents from a week ago.
The price is lower in Delaware - at $2.55 a gallon.
In South Jersey, regular unleaded costs an average of $2.46.
The lower prices in the Garden State are the result of a lower gas tax, which does attract people from across the border.
"I just time it so, when I come over for something else, I fill up every time," said Amy Weidner of South Philadelphia.
"We have a large inventory of crude oil in the United States right now, so it's definitely in favor of the motorist," said Tara Woodside of AAA South Jersey.
Woodside says an estimated 4 million people from our area are expected to travel beyond 50 miles on Labor Day, which is up from last year.