Snohomish Co-Op - UNBRANDED
168 Lincoln Ave, Snohomish WA
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 92
GPS coordinates: N 47.91175 W 122.08746 (entered by dslarsen)
Updated by K. C. Adams, March 18, 2019 23:07 CDT
Filled my tank here today with the high test. It's worth noting that the fuel pumps are open for pay-at-the-pump after hours.
Updated by bdeputy, August 20, 2018 14:17 CDT
Station is branded as Cenex on the building exterior.
Updated by Mike, August 19, 2018 10:29 CDT
Been buying pure gas here for five years now, all my machines run fantastic using 92 octane, and the gas stores well too. Great co-op with very friendly staff!
Updated by Dan B; AMG, May 28, 2018 17:55 CDT
Fulled with 92 octane yesterday. Short line. Worth the wait.
Updated by David, August 12, 2016 16:35 CDT
Updated by Steve Bockelie, June 18, 2016 13:43 CDT
Called the Co-Op Saturday 6/18/16 their pumps are back in service.
Updated by Eric, June 07, 2016 23:21 CDT
Pumps are all out today for in ground maintenance of pumps. Not sure when they will be working again. Recommend calling first. 360-568-2104. Looks like a week's worth of work.
Updated by S8_GTS1000, May 23, 2016 9:45 CDT
•Proprietor states that although gas is unbranded, it is Top Tier!
Updated by Mark, February 21, 2016 9:53 CST
Gas still ethanol free, 2.69/gal.
Updated by Evan, April 23, 2015 17:04 CDT
Bought 65 gallons for the airplane last Sunday. Tested and found to be Ethanol free. $3.19 a gallon
Updated by Roger, April 08, 2015 18:56 CDT
Just put 92 Ethanol-Free in my truck last week. Love this station!
Updated by Earl, September 05, 2014 9:50 CDT
Called this am and the lady confirmed they still are selling ethanol free
Updated by Mark, July 30, 2014 19:50 CDT
Still ethanol-free on July 30, 2014. I bought 14 gallons today at $4.169 per gallon.
Updated by Evan, March 16, 2014 18:04 CDT
Bought 40 gallons for the plane today. Tested and found 87 octane gas to be E0. $3.99 per gallon.
Updated by BSQRD, February 06, 2014 12:23 CST
Use in my Aprilia motorcycle & vintage 914 Porsche. Better mileage & performance.
Updated by Evan, December 22, 2013 20:27 CST
Bought 50 gallons of 87 octane gas for the plane. Tested and found to be E0.
Updated by Ryan Peterson, December 09, 2013 8:29 CST
They still have Non Eth, Woohooooooo
Updated by Evan, November 26, 2013 22:16 CST
Bought gas last month for the plane. 87 E0
Updated by Tracy Perman, August 30, 2013 17:55 CDT
3 fillups of 92 in last month, car runs great and no longer is running lean! I datalog my car all the time - it's a 600hp '05 GTO. Went from 14.8 average to 16.7 on my commute.
Updated by Evan, August 13, 2013 21:56 CDT
Bought 50 gallons for the plane today. $4.25 a gallon. Tested and found to be 0E.
Updated by Evan, July 02, 2013 21:52 CDT
Bought 30 gallons today. Tested the fuel, clean and 0E. Paid $4.29 a gallon.
Updated by Mike, June 14, 2013 0:01 CDT
Good to go, got 70 gallons of 87 alco-free octane today - My John Deere will be a happy machine!
Updated by Bob, June 04, 2013 18:55 CDT
On 6/1/136 still alcohol free.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 28, 2013 11:39 CDT
Called and confirmed that both their 87 and 92 octanes are E0. They knew exactly what they were stocking and why.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 28, 2013 11:38 CDT
Removed by Faron Shanklin, May 27, 2013 17:07 CDT
Sucks, as I live pretty close now have to go into Everett.
Updated by Faron Shanklin, May 27, 2013 17:03 CDT
Filled up yesterday and they no longer have it. Have to go into Everett, WA now.
Updated by Mark Souza, May 13, 2013 15:37 CDT
Just filled up our boat last week. They have regular (87) and premium (92). Regular was $4.19/gallon just last week. They do, in fact, truck it all the way up from Tacoma.
Updated by Evan, May 09, 2013 23:50 CDT
Filled up 5/6/13 with 87 Ethanol-Free gas. Said they found a new supplier from Tacoma.
Updated by Gary, May 02, 2013 21:10 CDT
The guy running the station told me today that he can no longer get the ethanol free gas so now it's the same as all the rest.
Updated by Bob, April 28, 2013 17:43 CDT
As of 4/27/13 still ethanol free. Notice on pumps said they will carry as long as they can get it. 92 octane was $4.199.
Updated by A. Adams, April 17, 2013 21:01 CDT
Just bought gas here today $4.20 for prem. non-eth. Non-eth. reg unleaded and non-eth. bio-diesel too. 24 hour pumps.
Updated by Rich Daniels, April 17, 2013 9:37 CDT
Just called them. They have non-ethanol regular and premium.
Updated by Matt Greenway, April 14, 2013 18:42 CDT
I found out today they don't do non ethanol anymore
Updated by stumpy, April 10, 2013 19:47 CDT
Still have 87....if enough of us harangue the manager in the next week or two they will ADD 92 octane as well. Pilots please provide encouragement!
Updated by dslarsen, March 27, 2013 21:43 CDT
This is the place I go every week. The map coordinates N 47.45748 W 122.5259 are goofy. This station is in the city of Snohomish, but the coordinates are on the Olympic Peninsula. I pulled up the coordinates I entered from a site: but I'm not sure I'm entering them in correctly. I just have to submit and see what happens. If my update is bad return and try to fix it.
Updated by Erik, January 20, 2013 10:21 CST
Filled up yesterday with unleaded at $3.499/gal. Trip to Wenatchee and back. Filled back up on the way home and got 20% better fuel mileage as expected.
Updated by al, December 03, 2012 18:47 CST
Removed by Sam, July 12, 2010 8:33 CDT
Removed as per Tom Sullivan's measurement of ethanol in gas.
Updated by tom sullivan, July 06, 2010 0:56 CDT
alcohol found in gas
Posted by Mark Peterson, April 30, 2010 0:15 CDT
Will have Ethanol Free UL as long as they can