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Hmmm - I have been wanting to pick up another 20 gallon tank, they seem to run $30 new everywhere I've looked. Lowe's has a pre-filled Blue Rhino tank for $49.97, less the $3 coupon down to around $47 for a tank with a 15 gallon fill, so $17 for 15 pounds of propane. Propane is 4.2 lbs / gallon, so 15 pound of propane is about 3.57 gallons, average cost per gallon of propane is $3.20 or so, meaning that same 15 pounds of propane would cost you $11.42 at your local fill-em-up station, $5.58 less than what BR charges.

All this to say - it would be cheaper to buy a brand new empty cylinder for $30 and have it filled with 20 pounds for $15 additional. You get a brand new cylinder and a full 20 pound fill for less than the cost of a possibly-rusted full(ish) Blue Rhino cylinder.

Blue Rhino with coupon may be worth the additional cost if it's terribly inconvenient to get your tank refilled locally, it's not for me as there's a place nearby.
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Remember they only fill the tanks about 75%. I ONLY use them to exchange an old tank that is expired for one with a newer date code.
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Thanks OP. Got one but I don't think I will use it as the Costco is cheaper for me even after this coupon.
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Hmmm - I have been wanting to pick up another 20 gallon tank, they seem to run $30 new everywhere I've looked. Lowe's has a pre-filled Blue Rhino tank for $49.97, less the $3 coupon down to around $47 for a tank with a 15 gallon fill, so $17 for 15 pounds of propane. Propane is 4.2 lbs / gallon, so 15 pound of propane is about 3.57 gallons, average cost per gallon of propane is $3.20 or so, meaning that same 15 pounds of propane would cost you $11.42 at your local fill-em-up station, $5.58 less than what BR charges.

All this to say - it would be cheaper to buy a brand new empty cylinder for $30 and have it filled with 20 pounds for $15 additional. You get a brand new cylinder and a full 20 pound fill for less than the cost of a possibly-rusted full(ish) Blue Rhino cylinder.

Blue Rhino with coupon may be worth the additional cost if it's terribly inconvenient to get your tank refilled locally, it's not for me as there's a place nearby.
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Does this work at Walmart?
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Thanks OP. Got one but I don't think I will use it as the Costco is cheaper for me even after this coupon.
You can download the coupons.com app. Clip the coupon at Costco through the app, buy at Costco, submit receipt and money will be deposited into your PayPal account.
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Thanks OP. Got one but I don't think I will use it as the Costco is cheaper for me even after this coupon.
Costco sells propane? where?
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Hmmm - I have been wanting to pick up another 20 gallon tank, they seem to run $30 new everywhere I've looked. Lowe's has a pre-filled Blue Rhino tank for $49.97, less the $3 coupon down to around $47 for a tank with a 15 gallon fill, so $17 for 15 pounds of propane. Propane is 4.2 lbs / gallon, so 15 pound of propane is about 3.57 gallons, average cost per gallon of propane is $3.20 or so, meaning that same 15 pounds of propane would cost you $11.42 at your local fill-em-up station, $5.58 less than what BR charges.

All this to say - it would be cheaper to buy a brand new empty cylinder for $30 and have it filled with 20 pounds for $15 additional. You get a brand new cylinder and a full 20 pound fill for less than the cost of a possibly-rusted full(ish) Blue Rhino cylinder.

Blue Rhino with coupon may be worth the additional cost if it's terribly inconvenient to get your tank refilled locally, it's not for me as there's a place nearby.
Thanks for mentioning buying a new one. I have one they wouldn't refill last time and said to just exchange it since it's expired.
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when does coupon expire?
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Remember they only fill the tanks about 75%. I ONLY use them to exchange an old tank that is expired for one with a newer date code.
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Costco sells propane? where?
only in certain states, BJs has more propane....
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Costco sells propane? where?
At my Costco, the propane is located near the auto service area. Propane price is about $2.50/gal or a full fill of a 20# tank is $10.xx. Lowest I can find.

Tank has to be within inspection age, which is I believe 12yrs from date stamped to at the top rim. The only time I will use Blue Rhino is if my tank is out of date. BR doesn't provide a full fill, only 15# instead of the 17# full fill.
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