If you're like me, and have to fill your gas tank more than a couple of times each and every week, then you probably know that pain at the pump feeling all too well when gas prices are on the rise.

I'm also sure when gas prices fall, like they are now, that pain turns into happiness whenever you have to fill 'er up.

Looks like gas prices are falling and they will continue to drop just ahead of the big Thanksgiving weekend and the holiday shopping season.

According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of gas has fallen 21 cents inside a month. The average for the Garden State is $2.69 for a gallon of gas. It's even less in Atlantic County at $2.59 and only $2.57 in Cape May County, according to Gas Buddy.com 

Check back for more updates on gas prices for the 2018 holiday season!

Sources: aaa.com, gasbuddy.com