CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) -After being boxed up for two plus years (thanks COVID) revenge travel is real and it’s going to cost you this Memorial Day weekend.
The summer of 2021 the country was mostly open, but some were still apprehensive about traveling, and not everyone was fully vaccinated who wanted to be, including boosters.
So the summer of 2022 is being given the title of revenge travel.
Because of inflation and the world adjusting to the war in Ukraine, prices on just about every mode of travel is crazy expensive.
Every time gas prices inch up they are setting all-time records.
The current national average for a gallon of gas is $4.63 according to the website GasBuddy.com that tracks prices.
The average in Cleveland is at $4.46 a gallon.
If you’re traveling to near by states for the holiday weekend, Michigan and West Virginia have roughly the same prices as Ohio.
Prices are slightly lower in Indiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania and New York and slightly more expensive in Kentucky.
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