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Old 11-27-2014, 05:40 AM   #43
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I'm in a big city in CA, and get ripped off every time I fill propane. On a recent trip, we stopped at a rural propane station and filled up for over a dollar a gallon less. Now, I'm going to look for those stations instead of paying big-city prices.

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Old 11-27-2014, 03:38 PM   #44
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propane cost europe

Well here in europe there is also big differance
i got it as cheap as 0,45 euro cents a liter thats 1,71 euro a gallon
1,71 thats 2,13 $

and thats cheap here most are about 0,88 euro cents a liter

So who complaints here............................

thats 4,17 $ a gallon

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Had propane delivered Monday and he filled house tank and MH tank for $1.95 per gal. (North Georgia, USA, just so no one is confused)
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My house propane is $1.649 per gallon but if I get some propane for motor fuel for my truck then it is about $3.80 per gallon and then road tax is added on top of that.
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Originally Posted by Full.Monte View Post
I'm in a big city in CA, and get ripped off every time I fill propane.......

Not everyone is trying to rip you off just because his price is higher, unless you've been talking to the Occupy folks.

If the merchant in "a big city in CA" is paying 4X as much on his property lease as the rural operator but approximately the same wholesale, then he has to charge more. Simple business math.
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I filled mine at a KOA in Ohio the last time and it came out to around 1.90 gal
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Old 12-01-2014, 09:56 PM   #49
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Propane Cost

We travel from Alberta into Washington and Montana. We always fill up at an RV dealership as they charge $0.99 per gallon. Cheapest propane I have ever seen.

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