But note … the price is not $25.00 but $39.95! That’s a 59.8% increase.
As a gesture of goodwill, a smart organisation would refund the $14.95. However, we have to say we feel “Anthony P” is on fairly shaky ground here. When we searched for “Caltex Woolworths, Aberfoyle Park, SA” in Google Maps, a panorama appeared showing the service station in question. It soon became obvious from the picture taken in March this year the branding on the station was definitely “Caltex Star Mart”
Our advice is to ALWAYS ask the price before handing your gas bottle to an attendant for refilling or swapping. If driving any distance to refill or swap, always ring the seller first. It is very frustrating to find the seller is a) out of gas, or b) our price is out of date. Remember, all the data appearing in our database is provided by volunteers. We check the details by phone and show the check date and informants name. However, We cannot be held responsible if the prices increase after the check date
Also, bear this final point in mind … make sure the swap gas bottle you receive is less than ten years old. Then you can always take it to a REFILL outlet if you wish and have it refilled there. With metal gas bottles, there is no such thing as a SWAP ONLY bottle.