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Where can I get Amsoil Saber 2 cycle 1.5 oz pillow pack local metro area?

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Well ran out of the good stuff and have been using the crappy 2 cycle oil which is hard starting. Dont want to order and pay $8 shipping for a few packs from Amsoil.

At title says where can I walk in and purchase locally Amsoil Saber pre mix 1.5 oz pillow packs? List St. Paul area locations if possible please.

Thx!

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Mikes Bait on 8 in Forest Lake has the pillow packs. Otherwise you can pick up the small bottles a number of different places.

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Well ran out of the good stuff and have been using the crappy 2 cycle oil which is hard starting. Dont want to order and pay $8 shipping for a few packs from Amsoil.

At title says where can I walk in and purchase locally Amsoil Saber pre mix 1.5 oz pillow packs? List St. Paul area locations if possible please.

Thx!

The hardware store on Lexington and Roselawn has them.

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Napa down in Inver grove heights has some. I think they are a buck, or buck and a quarter

I stopped over at the Napa in Inver Grove to pick up some Amsoil Saber 1.5 oz pillow packs. To my surprise they were $4 each? I was like are you kidding?

I asked the cashier why they were so expensive when retail is only like $1.50 and he said that only Amsoil dealers sell it at that $1.50-$2 price.

Im like Napa is selling 1 pack at the cost of almost 5 pack! But oh well I bought 3 packs instead of 5 paying about $12.

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For future reference I can get you Amsoil products. I work in north St. Paul so i can deliver down to there if needed. Let me know. Thanks

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Is this just the two cycle oil that you mix with gas for auger? I have heard nothing but good things about there products and would like to start useing it.

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I stopped over at the Napa in Inver Grove to pick up some Amsoil Saber 1.5 oz pillow packs. To my surprise they were $4 each? I was like are you kidding?

I asked the cashier why they were so expensive when retail is only like $1.50 and he said that only Amsoil dealers sell it at that $1.50-$2 price.

Im like Napa is selling 1 pack at the cost of almost 5 pack! But oh well I bought 3 packs instead of 5 paying about $12.

You got took lol, I just picked up the 8 oz bottle from Napa for $4.50.

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Just google Amsoil Oil reps then add your city and state. I found 3 of them within 10 miles of my house. Called one of them and he said he would have it for me the next day. Went to pick the oil up and paid cash.

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Napa in South St. Paul has them. I'm not sure of the price, but I believe they're right around $1.50 ea.

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Napa in South St. Paul has them. I'm not sure of the price, but I believe they're right around $1.50 ea.

Can you confirm this? Cause the Napa in Inver Grove certainly wasnt selling it at that price. Im think imma call around to a few Napa's to do a price check tommorrow. Didnt get around to do anything today cause of the cold.

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Fisherman Andy, I'd certainly call and speak to the manager down there. I literally picked up 2 of them for 3 bucks. This was 2 weeks ago. If they did jack the prices up this high they just lost my business that's ridiculous. Where is the Napa in SSP? I think this might be the same location.

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