From midnight Sunday consumers will be paying less for gasoline, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas or LPG.
However, the retail price of kerosene will go up.
Gasoline will now cost $3.88 per litre, an eight cents drop, while diesel is down six cents from three dollars and twenty one cents.
This will be the first decrease in the prices of gasoline and diesel since the introduction of the fuel tax, which came into effect on July 1st this year.
The price of kerosene will increase by one cent, going to a $1.46 per litre.
The hundred pound cylinder of LPG will now retail at a $154.34.
The 25 pound cylinder moves to $43.69, while the 22 pound cylinder will retail at $38.61.
The 20 pound cylinder is $35.10