Costco Propane Tank, Costco Propane Tank Review

Costco Propane Tank Review

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In my previous post, I wrote a review on the Costco NexGrill BBQ I recently purchased. Well, you can’t run a BBQ without any fuel, so I also purchased a 20 lb. Propane Tank from Costco. Here is my Costco Propane Tank Review.

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What can you say about a Propane Tank? Yeah… pretty standard.  Aside from safety, price is probably the most important factor to most people. As far as I know, Costco sells the least expensive tanks. Mine cost $35.99 CDN, (today’s exchange rate about $27 USD.) Having said that, American Costco may vary by a little more than the exchange rate factored in.

Costco Propane Tank Price, Costco Propane Tank Review

A nice feature of the Costco propane tanks are that they have a fuel gauge. Nobody wants to run out of gas in the middle of cooking a juicy steak so the gauge should help you avoid this. If you look closely you should be able to make out a gauge near the valve on the top of the tank.

Costco Propane Tank, Costco Propane Tank Review

Since I bought the tank from Costco, my first Propane fill up was $11.79 CDN, which seems more than reasonable. In comparison, I’ve heard other gas stations charging around $20 CDN for a fill-up. Maybe I got a deal since it was the first time to fill it up. I’ll find out during my next refill I guess.

Costco Propane, Costco Propane Tank Review

Thanks for reading my Costco Propane Tank Review. You can check out my Costco NexGrill BBQ Review here. You my also want to check out my other Costco product reviews here too.


  1. How long will the 1 can last you? I remember my dad’s barby just collect dust in our yard as a kid. Was more of a lawn ornament than anything. Probably only filled the tank once 🙂

    1. I’m not sure, but I think even more important than that is I think they will check the age of the tank. If it is over a certain age, I don’t think they are legally allowed to refill it.

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