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30lb Flame King Empty Propane Cylinder + Type 1 Overfill Protection Device Valve

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Walmart has 30lb Flame King Empty Propane Cylinder w/ Type 1 Overfill Protection Device Valve (YSN301) for $40.91. Shipping is free. Thanks Hungrybadcat

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Amazon, Home Depot and Walmart have the Flame King 30 lb propane tank for sale for $40.91. Not a bad deal for a 30 lb propane tank.
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Thoughts on places to fill this? And cost to fill it up (roughly)?
Same question here. Where would someone fill a tank this size?
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How long does this usually last if you hook it up to a normal kitchen range?
I have two connected to my house with an rv auto switch. I use for my oven/range and dryer. Usually fill up one every 10-12 months. Beats the heck out of those rental fees!


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Thoughts on places to fill this? And cost to fill it up (roughly)?
typically your large equipment rental places (uhaul), tractor supply, etc will fill them up by the gallon. it is also substantially cheaper than swapping bottles.
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I fill my 20# tank at either BJ's or U-Haul.

https://www.uhaul.com/Propane/

By me, propane at U-Haul is about $3.50/gallon. So, in this 30# tank, it would be about $25 to fill.

If you search your zip on the U-Haul site, and find the nearest location that has propane, it should have a link for that location that shows the current pricing near you.
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Same question here. Where would someone fill a tank this size?
Tractor supply around me fills them up at $2.99 a gallon.
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Thoughts on places to fill this? And cost to fill it up (roughly)?
Tractor supply fills them up at $2.99 per gallon, which is a good price
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Wouldn't this a bit more restrictive, not only size-wise but also these have to be refilled and not simply exchanged at Academy/Home Depot or some random gas station?
I prefer to own my own tanks so I can control how much wear and tear the tanks receive. You can easily get tanks refilled at most BJ's wholesale clubs and local big equipment rental stores. I find, that in the long run, it is cheaper to own and refill your tanks than to use the exchanges. But, I grill and camp a lot, so I am always refilling.
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Thoughts on places to fill this? And cost to fill it up (roughly)?
Any Propane (LP) dealer can fill these for you.

Shouldn't be more than $14-$15 to fill this.

My local LP dealer fills 20# tanks for $9.50 and 30# tanks for $14. (current prices)
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Where can we get them certified once they expire? About How much does it cost?
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Where can we get them certified once they expire? About How much does it cost?
When expired you find a place that does 30lb tank exchange and trade it for a (filled) newer tank
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Thoughts on places to fill this? And cost to fill it up (roughly)?
Our Costco will fill them, though I am not sure if they are supposed to or not. One employee asked and the manager said he would make an exception, while another employee just did it without a second thought.
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Tractor supply fills them up at $2.99 per gallon, which is a good price
No it isn't. ( a good price...)

My local TSC refills propane at $2.79/gallon which would amount to $12-13 to fill a 20# tank.
Which is not a good price when the small family owned propane dealer a mile down the road will fill the same 20# tank for $9.50.
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I fill my 20# tank at either BJ's or U-Haul.

https://www.uhaul.com/Propane/

By me, propane at U-Haul is about $3.50/gallon. So, in this 30# tank, it would be about $25 to fill.

If you search your zip on the U-Haul site, and find the nearest location that has propane, it should have a link for that location that shows the current pricing near you.
FYI, Uhaul is pricey comparing to many others I've found around me.
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Thoughts on places to fill this? And cost to fill it up (roughly)?
Prices vary widely near me in the Minneapolis area. A 20# is anywhere from $10-$18 for a real fill, not a ~3/4 fill like some places do. Usually easy to find a refill place, I have three within about three miles, easy giveaway is the huge tank outside a gas station. Smilie
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Same question here. Where would someone fill a tank this size?
Tractor supply is the best place for propane refill. They charge by the gallon. I want to say 2.89 here in ct. They also sell tanks from like 20lb to 100lbs. It's less than 14 bucks for a full refill of a 20lb tank. Ace hardware charges 15.99 and that's a flat rate. I'm OCD about having enough propane even though I always have a filled backup tank, so I always bring mine in before its fully empty. I dont want to be cooking some nice steaks and run out of propane and have to switch the tanks. Lol
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