IRVING - Retail gasoline prices fell across Texas last week, according to a weekly survey released Friday.

Regular-grade gasoline retailed for an average price of $2.85 in the 11 Texas cities included in the AAA Texas gas price survey. That was 5 cents less than last week. Nationally, the average retail price this week was $2.94 per gallon, 8 cents less than last week.

The most expensive gas was still found in Amarillo where regular grade averaged $3.07 per gallon, despite an 11-cent drop from last week. The cheapest gas was still found in Corpus Christi, where regular grade fell 10 cents to an average of $2.72 per gallon.

These are average per-gallon prices of regular, self-serve gasoline in Texas metro areas and the change from last week, according to Friday’s Triple-A Texas Weekend Gas Watch:

Austin-San Marcos - $2.851, down 4.2 cents Amarillo - $3.068, down 10.7 cents Beaumont - $2.818, down 5.3 cents Corpus Christi - $2.720, down 9.7 cents Dallas - $2.825, down 4.6 cents El Paso - $2,847, down 10.9 cents Fort Worth - $2.811, down 6.0 cents Galveston-Texas City - $2.815, down 4.1 cents Houston - $2.789, down 5.0 cents San Antonio - $2.817, down 4.5 cents Texarkana (Texas only) - $2.825, down 7.7 cents