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tashit

Propane filled by the pound???

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tashit

Is there any where in the West or SW metro (I live in Mound, work in Burnsville) that charges propane fills by the pound? I hate having to pay for a full tank when I'm only getting 3/4, plus the place I go to charges $12 for my 11 lb and $15 for a 20 lb. It's not like it's a ton of money but I just want to be able to pay by the pound. Thanks.

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Dragon Fish ll

Northern Tool in Burnsville right next to 35 w exit north of hwy 13. a year ago. an were cheaper than most grin.gif

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ctuma

The U-Haul off Lyndale and I think its 84th St in Bloomington. I can fill a 20 gallon tank for around 14 dollars. They charge by the pound and not by the tank.

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ConnorMN

Uhaul/Gas Station at Excelsior Blvd and Baker Rd in Minnetonka has a scale in their propane fill station...

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huntingislife

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Uhaul/Gas Station at Excelsior Blvd and Baker Rd in Minnetonka has a scale in their propane fill station...


They dont charge by the pound though, just flat rates.

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tashit

I know exactly where those places are. Now I just need to remember to throw my tank in my car before I go to work. Thanks guys!

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reelguy

Colony Plaza in Waconia and Waconia Farm Supply I believe will both charge by the pound if you ask. Farm supply is $11.50 for a 20# (if i remember right), Colony $13.

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Will_fish_for_food

Ohh good question, but anyone know where in the NW burbs. Would have been nice to know earlier in the season when I had to drag a sled by hand and was concerned about weight.

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Cubguy32

Uhaul on Hwy 13 and 77 in Eagan fills by the pound too.

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GotOne

Uhaul on hwy 13-between 35w & cr5 in Burnsville. He mentioned several places in the area and said they were cheaper.

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Scott M

Great thread, great idea. Kind of like twincitiesgasprices....

Any suggestions for NE metro? Heck, if you have a place anywhere in the metro pass it along for people who are all over the compass.

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Desperado

NE Metro

Mike's RV (maplewood) Frost and English

Ace Hardware (North St Paul) 36 and McKnight

Blue Ribbon Bait (Oakdale) Century and Maryland

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tashit

Just thought I would note that Northern Tool no longer sells propane. I got it at the Uhaul at cty 5 and hwy 13 in B-ville. My 11 pounder was almost empty and it was only like $8.50 or something. I would imagine that all uhauls charge by the pound/gallon instead of per tank???

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Mrkeb

Leroys on 90th and Lyndale in Bloomington sells it by the pound

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McGurk

Leroys??? I have had refills done there and there has never been anyone working there who has suggested that. It's always been a fillup for 16.95, less a 2 dollar coupon if you have one. Next time I'm there I guess I'll ask.

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Mrkeb

McGurk,

Now that you mention it maybe you're right. I was once told they do by the pound, but when I went there I had an empty tank and just filled the whole thing, without asking. Let us know if you ask next time. Again, my bad.

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Orlip

What has everyone been paying so far this year? I filled 1 20lb at Valley Oil in Savage for $16 frown.gif and another at the CO-OP in Lakeville on 50 & Dodd for $18.09 after tax. mad.gif

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huntingislife

I have been filling at Sipes in Golden Valley. They charge $16 and every fourth one is free. So it comes to $12 a piece which is decent.

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G_man

Leroy's in Bloomington is one of the most expensive stores I've filled up at. Its convenient as its close to home but annoying to pay too much.

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G_man

What is the cheapest price anyone knows a store will fill a 5-lb'r?

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iceking

little bighorn coon rapids,hanson-HWY10 also fills by pound

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