R B's One Stop - PHILLIPS 66
219 W Parrish Ln, Centerville UT
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 88
GPS coordinates: N 40.92150 W 111.88153 (entered by Matt DuPaix)
Updated by BigB, July 19, 2019 17:18 CDT
Yep still have 91 and pay at the pump, was 3.07 today
Updated by Steve, November 30, 2017 22:35 CST
This Philips 66 is about 10 cents more per gallon than the Maverick just to the west.
Updated by xyz, November 03, 2016 6:00 CDT
Now pay at the pump for ethanol free pumps 13 & 14: http://i.imgur.com/3dJ1teu.jpg
Updated by Kip, August 13, 2016 11:25 CDT
It's Phillip's 66
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 08, 2016 8:16 CDT
Called and confirmed this station does still sell E0 gas.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 08, 2016 8:15 CDT
Removed by Adam, July 05, 2016 15:32 CDT
Just stopped by, no e free gas
Updated by Brad, February 15, 2016 12:49 CST
Just bought gas here. $1,93. 2/15/2016
Updated by Russ, September 18, 2015 13:54 CDT
Still selling 88 octance ethanol free. I buy it regularly for my home power equipment.
Updated by Larry G, June 01, 2015 17:14 CDT
If you purchase a ultimate wash, they will give you a 20 cent per gallon discount. I put 120 gallons in my boat. easy in and out!
Updated by Steve, June 04, 2014 14:32 CDT
This station gets their fuel from nearby Thomas/Haycock Petro in North Salt Lake. Seems to be approximately 0.10 - .012 cents more expensive then Thomas. This station's pump does not recieve credit cards. You must go inside. They're closed on Sundays.
Updated by R Ruff, November 01, 2013 17:26 CDT
Still Have Etanol Free 3.64/ gal
Updated by Daniel Jackson, August 02, 2013 15:08 CDT
$4.13 Today.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 14, 2013 12:50 CDT
Added phone number.
Updated by Hoosier in Utah, July 09, 2013 23:32 CDT
Sign on pumps says it is not a Phillips product, unfortunately. Pumps are located in furthest bank of pumps from Parrish Ln.
Updated by Lowell, March 08, 2013 19:17 CST
Bought gas there yesterday for $3.599. You have to pay inside because the non-ethanol pump is one of the old-fashioned kind where you lift the lever to reset the pump and enable pumping.
Updated by Bill, February 20, 2013 12:56 CST
I just stopped by th station. the sign you can see from the road is Phillips 66. There is a set of 2 pumps with a big home-made sign that says No Ethanol gas. The price was about 15 cents per gollon higher then their premium.
Updated by al, February 13, 2013 17:00 CST
Posted by Matt DuPaix, February 13, 2013 0:07 CST
They have one pump for the ethanol-free. Nice and easy access.