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Old 02-15-2014, 08:44 PM   #1
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Default Best place to buy CO2 in Manchester area?

Hey all,
I'm just putting together my first Keezer and I'm buying a 20# tank. I live in Goffstown and work in Manchester. I'm just wondering what the best place for a fill/exchange is?

I know both Matheson and Airgas are out by the airport... does anyone know their prices off-hand? Anywhere else that I should consider?

Thanks in advance.

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http://www.greenlifegardensupply.com/ is less than $20 for a 20# swap.
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http://www.greenlifegardensupply.com/ is less than $20 for a 20# swap.
Wow, that's a great price. I just called Airgas and they quoted me over $50.

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Just called them... $17!

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