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[Home Depot] 20lb Empty propane tank - $32.48

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[Home Depot] 20lb Empty propane tank - $32.48

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Just keep in mind that this doesn't have a fill gauge like others have
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do they do trade-ins? Have a year old propane tank that i need to trade in because people cant read the date on it....
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KingMoobot wrote: do they do trade-ins? Have a year old propane tank that i need to trade in because people cant read the date on it....
yes they do - just did one last week
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its cheaper than costco
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Rlcky wrote: its cheaper than costco
Costco is 38$
But fill there is only 11
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airmail wrote: Costco is 38$
But fill there is only 11
Costco sells with a free first fill though, I don't think the others listed here are a filled price
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raskal wrote: Costco sells with a free first fill though, I don't think the others listed here are a filled price
They used to years ago. Purchased one at Costco last year and it's no longer included.
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Hawk25 wrote: Just keep in mind that this doesn't have a fill gauge like others have
is it necessary?
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It's not necessary, but it might be nice to know how much gas you have left before you start the BBQ.
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raskal wrote: Costco sells with a free first fill though, I don't think the others listed here are a filled price
I don’t think so, and Costco only fills tanks up to80%
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airmail wrote: I don’t think so, and Costco only fills tanks up to80%
There be a solid reason for that, and it's the law
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airmail wrote: I don’t think so, and Costco only fills tanks up to80%
they also only charge you by the liter, you only pay for what you get, unlike other places that charge you full price even if the tank is only half empty
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Hawk25 wrote: Just keep in mind that this doesn't have a fill gauge like others have
A gauge is an approximate. Not to be relied upon if the event (or food) is important. Keep at least 2 tanks. My 3rd just expired so this may come in handy. Thanks OP
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gameon12 wrote: A gauge is an approximate. Not to be relied upon if the event (or food) is important. Keep at least 2 tanks. My 3rd just expired so this may come in handy. Thanks OP
just go to an exchange place, most of them dont know or just are too lazy to look at the date, its like $20 and you trade for a full newer tank, most places will let you pick too if you want a nicer looking tank, that usually means newer too
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T3rry wrote: they also only charge you by the liter, you only pay for what you get, unlike other places that charge you full price even if the tank is only half empty
Costco charges fix price for a 20lbs tank.
At least for laval, Boisbriand.
But price is so cheap (about 11$ + taxes).

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