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I was in the local Northern Tool and Equipment store today and they have seafoam on sale for $6.48 a can,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I picked up four cans.
For me, that's the lowest price I've seen.

Currently, O'reilly auto parts has it on sale for $7.99 so, Northern Tool seemed like a good deal.

Just passing this along in case any forum members have a Northern Tool store close by.
 

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Lately NT has been the go to place for chemicals. Not only the seafoam, but the anti ethanol stuff in the blue bottle.
Oh, Tractor Supply has similar ads from time to time as well.

Patrick
 

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DAMN, in Hawaii your looking at 10 bucks a can
 

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I just paid $8.50 at Walmart.
 

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Tractor Supply has pretty good prices on Seafoam and Starbright fuel catalyst... but I find their sales staff at my local store is not as diligent about re-stocking the supply as I'd like. Autozone has pretty good sales from time to time
 

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Menards carrys it also and prices it usually between $6.50-7.00.
 

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Orellys has it on sale for 7.99 Walmart in Seattle had it for 8.97

I buy it by the gallon at AutoZone for $52.00 that is 6.50 a pint. A gallon lasts me a year. I measure more and glug glug less with the gallon jug.
 

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I too buy it by the gallon. I picked up a plunger pump at Harbor Freight that screws into the can, replacing the cap. It delivers one ounce per pump and is fairly accurate.
 
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