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Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by NWSneaky, Oct 12, 2005.
Just paid $1.54.9 cash for propane.
And you please?
You're lucky, I had to pay 1.75. We won't be filling the tank too often, I can tell you. :grump:
Is that per gallon? We're paying .48/litre CDN here (SW Ontario)
I paid 1.25 a month before Katrina and I fill once every summer thank God. And now I hear of gas prices for winter heating going up by as much as 73% in the midwest this winter. I sit back in comfort and have no worries, wood is cut and stacked and ready to burn. Whew!
Michigan - I locked in at $1.59 without having to prepay for the propane. I've heard people paying at least 30 cents more. Fuel oil at $2.50 a gallon. I was fortunate last year to lock my new vendor in at 89 cent a gallong for propane. That savings paid for half of new corn stove.
I just paid 1.90 for 250 gal's cash price , i am still in shock!
I'm in process of converting to propane, $2.04 per gallon, first fill is at $1.70 per gallon.
I heard on the news less than a hour ago that the "guvment" says natural gas will go up 48% this winter and heating oil, 30-40%.
We switched to wood. It's a renewable resource and we have good family time going out and cutting it.
Just found the last delivery ticket for propane we had delivered dated September 9th. It was $1.699 per gallon. I'm afraid to guess what it is now. Drove by our local gas station earlier today and the kerosene pump was listed at $3.09 per gallon. I guess we won't be burning the kerosene heaters much this winter as back up.
today 2.35 per gal. 2 months ago 2.00
Crap I feel like I am being shafted. Just got it yesterday at 2.69 a gallon.
I paid $1.45/gallon; 1000 gallons prepaid.
$1.69 a week ago.
I think it's funny that on the local news they were talking about people rushing out to buy wood stoves. They said that firewood prices would be going up also!
Had my 300 gallon tank filled from 50% to 80%...
at $2.00 a gallon. It was $1.79 last winter, at the end.
Oh well. Maybe NOW hubby will understand the importance of having a wood stove in an area where it gets to 20 below zero AND the power goes out with some regularity?
On the plus side, electricity is really really cheap, so I may go ahead and invest in some space heaters for those "I'm chilly but no one else is" nights. Anyone know of a good space heater that's made in the USA?
We use propane #100 tanks for hot water during the winter and the kitchen stove during the summer. I got you all beat..$2.56 !! Sure glad that we heat with wood and coatl during the winter. No furnance to keep us warm in this old farm house !!!
$2.29 a gallon in rural North Texas.
We pre-paid $2.56 per gal recently here in S. California.
Monday I prepaid for 600 gallons at $1.90 per gallon. Before I did this I called three other places in the area. One wanted $1.92, one $1.97, and another $2.12. DH says he thinks it was $1.60 last year. We live in NW GA.
Prepaid month ago at 1.49. In southron Missouri.