5 things you'll pay less for in 2014

Good news for consumers: Things like gold, gas and cellphone service should all be cheaper this year.

Gas

pay less 2014 gas

Expect even less pain at the pump this year.

Average gas prices fell by 12 cents to $3.49 last year, according to AAA, and are expected to decline even more this year.

Avery Ash, a AAA spokesman, told CNNMoney at the end of 2013: "Our hope is that prices will continue to fall as cars grow increasingly fuel-efficient and refineries expand production to take advantage of the recent boom in North American crude oil."

  @melhicken - Last updated January 15 2014 07:36 AM ET
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10 things you'll pay more for in 2014

From homes and health care to nuts and honey, here are the products and services you'll shell out more cash for this year.

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