Word spread quickly once a driver in Northern California realized the gas he was pumping into his car was costing him just 69 cents a gallon — for premium. That’s when Darryl Surita put up an Instagram post about the bargain. Other customers quickly recognized their luck and called friends and family. A technical error deserved the credit — or blame. Gas was supposed to be priced at $6.99 per gallon, but a misplaced decimal point put the actual price at 69 cents. It took about three hours for the station to fix the problem.