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Lowe's In-Store Offer: 15-lb Blue Rhino Pre-Filled Propane Tank Exchange EXPIRED

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Lowe's [store locator] offers Blue Rhino 15-lb Pre-Filled Propane Tank (7384) on sale for $14.99 - $3 Mail-In-Rebate = $11.99 when you exchange an empty tank in-store. Thanks sdpoker & hotshottechguy
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  • Limit 1 rebate per household. Rebate valid for purchases made on or before 12/31/16 and must be submitted by 1/31/17.
  • Rebate must include original rebate form, receipt and proof of purchase from package
  • See rebate form for additional terms & conditions ~RevOne

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Lowe's has a 15 lb propane tank exchange for $15.
They did last month and they are doing it again until May-9-2016
Yeah yeah, I know what you're saying. It's cheaper to refill at "some other places" but face it, not all of us are close to those places. And this is exchange so you can get a brand new tank. Again, if you have a Costco that fills propane, it is cheaper to fill your tank. Other places are cheaper to refill such as Tractor Supply. But not everybody has those nearby. In fact, most of us don't have those nearby.
This is a good deal if you have an old rusty tank or expired tank so you can exchange for a brand new tank instead of paying $50 for a brand new tank! Lowe's doesn't really care what condition of your tank. It can even have a bullet hole it in and they still exchange it for you! In fact, they won't even want to look at it and will tell you to leave it outside the store!
Enjoy your gas!
Link: http://www.lowes.com/pd_7384-1592...81959&pl=1

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Hogwash. The tanks are designed to hold 20 pounds of propane safely, including 20% ullage. They are equipped with devices to prevent overfilling. The equilibrium pressure is the same regardless of whether it has 2 pounds of propane or 20. Any reputable vendor can fill a tank to its rated capacity. Any vendor who says or does differently should be avoided.
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Actually, he got 5 lbs more propate too in addition to that $1 savings. Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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I got a tank last month at this price and combined it with the 3$ rebate came out to $11.99

http://www.bluerhino.com/BlueRhin...Rebate.PDF
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I got a tank last month at this price and combined it with the 3$ rebate came out to $11.99

http://www.bluerhino.com/BlueRhin...Rebate.PDF
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I normally loathe these tank exchanges, but I just tried to refill mine and was told it's expired and can't be refilled again, so I'll actually take Lowe's up on this offer to get a new(er) tank.
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This is a good deal if you have an expired tank, but you may be able to get a better deal from a local vendor. I can get a tank filled (20 pounds), while I wait, for $14 where I live.
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You saved $1 compare to this deal... a true slickdealer LMAO
Actually, he got 5 lbs more propate too in addition to that $1 savings. Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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Actually, he got 5 lbs more propane too in addition to that $1 savings.
Exactly. I guess they missed that part.
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What's the regular price for this? $16-$17?

Regular price $20.
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I doubt any place would fill your tank to the max of 20 lbs. One is they get more profit from you for not filling it up all the way. Two is it's less dangerous to walk around and store a full tank than a partially full tank. EEK!
Yeah, I don't remember exactly, but I think you actually get 18 pounds instead of 20. I go to BJs and they just charge you by the gallon I think and you just pay for what they actually put in.
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I doubt any place would fill your tank to the max of 20 lbs. One is they get more profit from you for not filling it up all the way. Two is it's less dangerous to walk around and store a full tank than a partially full tank. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/eek.gif
Hogwash. The tanks are designed to hold 20 pounds of propane safely, including 20% ullage. They are equipped with devices to prevent overfilling. The equilibrium pressure is the same regardless of whether it has 2 pounds of propane or 20. Any reputable vendor can fill a tank to its rated capacity. Any vendor who says or does differently should be avoided.
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When I moved into my house the previous owners left two older tanks behind that have different threads than grills currently use. I wonder if Lowe's will exchange them for the $15 fee...
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When I moved into my house the previous owners left two older tanks behind that have different threads than grills currently use. I wonder if Lowe's will exchange them for the $15 fee...
I'd give it a shot & go for the exchange. I doubt they will notice or deny you.
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Do these things leak over time? Just curious, haven't used my grill in a year or two...
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