The owners of a Phoenix gas station have slashed the price of a gallon of gas, saying they're taking a financial hit in an effort to help the community.
Jaswinder Singh and Ramandeep Kaur, who own CK Food Mart, on Tuesday cut the cost of gas to $4.99 a gallon -- a full dollar below Phoenix's average of $5.99.
"We are getting customers from California and all over the country because people will come here to visit," says Singh. "We are trying to help our customers, our neighborhood, our community, so they can save some money. They can spend that money on something else like food, lunch, dinner."
- One customer, Cher Lindsey, says when she initially thought CK Mart's posted price was an error. "I found the gas prices to be so low, I thought it was a mistake," she says.
"This is just an opportunity I couldn't pass up and I'm just grateful for it."
- What's the best deal you've gotten on gas in the past week?