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Last refill I paid $13 for a 15kg bottle...not an exchange as I have my own good quality bottle, don't want it exchanged for a shitty, old rusted bottle. Always give the driver a couple bucks to pick it up from home and return it once refilled.
Landlord charges me $17 for a (I think) 15kg bottle but he does the ordering, it includes delivery up a lot of stairs, and the longest it has taken from asking him to it being installed for me was less than an hour
I will have to dig out the last invoice but IIRC it was around $17 or $18 for a 15kg full bottle delivered and connected and they take away the old one. Always get pretty good condition canisters but the price has gone up from a low of $14 in Sept/Nov of last year.
Gasoline has also gone up significantly these last few months but tbh, like the gas, I tend not to pay too much attention to the details.
Freightdog wrote: ↑Thu Jan 13, 2022 6:28 pm
Interesting thing about the fuel price increase- I’m sure I saw a news article talking about reductions only a few weeks back.
There was for sure news articles about the fuel prices when there was a drop, telling people to fill up at the time, I don't know we're we are at now, also considering the small amount of money didn't make a big difference to my running costs.