Soon the C-Store that boasts the lowest cigarette prices allowed by law will be no more in Sioux Falls.

Dakota News Now reports that Sioux Falls will have one less convenience store located on 41st Street by the end of this week.

The gas station known as Speedway is closing up shop on Sunday, (January 28).

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Speedway has been open for several years along 41st Street near Kiwanis Avenue.

According to Dakota News Now, a manager for Speedway confirmed the C-Store would indeed be closing at the end of the week, but no further information was provided as to why they'll be shutting their doors.

7-Eleven owns the business and acquired the Sioux Falls Speedway Store in 2021.

The property on which the Speedway store is located has been owned by the Super America Group since 1991.

Some of the merchandise inside the store is currently marked down as much as 50% off.

When it comes to gas stations throughout South Dakota, the Schell Stations received the highest ratings. Several other popular Sioux Falls gas stations/c-stores also received perfect scores when rated, some of those locations include Hy-Vee Food and Gas, Holiday stores, Kum & Go, Howes Oil Company, and Sinclair gas stations.

Sioux Falls newest mega C-Store group, Kwik Star is also quickly becoming very popular as they've been drawing rave reviews from residents since opening up their six locations throughout the Sioux Empire last year.

Source: Dakota News Now

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