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Fuel Your Football Cookout with Propane Delivery by Cynch!

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The temperatures are beginning to cool down and the changing of the leaves can’t be too far behind. Pools are getting drained, while slip-n-slides are getting put away in a bin in the shed. Flannels are getting cracked out, while plenty of people are beginning to embrace the season of pumpkin spice. When you add in the fact that we’re a few weeks into the college and pro football seasons, it’s clearly time to rattle your propane tanks before you run out during your next backyard cookout. With so much work to be done, Cynch is here to do some of the heavy lifting.

Our friends at Cynch are the industry leader in propane home delivery. Cynch will come to your house on your schedule, pick up your used tank, and leave a fresh tank at the location you select, including your driveway, porch, or front step. No physical labor needed on your part. Cynch will bring you a fresh propane tank to fuel your grilling, entertaining, and backyard needs. With cooler temperatures comes the possibility of entertaining around a fire table or heating your patio with a couple of heat lamps. New Cynch customers can now get their first tank exchange delivered for just $10 when using our promo code BN10 at checkout*.  It takes just 5 easy steps to have your propane tank(s) delivered right to your door. 

  • Head on over to www.cynch.com.
  • Enter your zip code.
  • Order your tanks (use promo code BN10 at checkout).*
  • Select your delivery date and drop-off location.
  • Leave out your used tanks for exchange.

It doesn’t get easier than that.

When most people think of football season, grilling comes to mind. Whether it’s at a tailgate in the parking lot of your favorite college or pro football team, there’s no better feeling than flipping some burgers between rounds of conquering cornhole. Some people, however, prefer to get the same experience in their backyard, while taking in the game from the comfort of the couch. Either way, grillers need propane. The start of autumn is usually a time where grillers tend to forget to check their propane levels, which can ruin gameday grilling. At the same time, the cooler temperatures that come with fall football invite the non-grilling members of the family to enjoy the outdoors around a fire table or warming up around a couple of patio heat lamps.

What if you need to add an extra propane tank to your rotation for a fire table or heat lamp? Maybe you don’t have one to begin with? Great news! Cynch will deliver a fresh tank with no exchange required for just $59.99.

Whether you’re a griller or an outdoor chiller, there’s something for everyone outdoors fueled by propane. One huge perk of sitting around a clean, propane-powered fire table or heater is the spontaneity of doing so. There’s no need to chop wood, prepare an old-school campfire, tend to it constantly, and then have to clear out ashes long after your guests have departed. Cynch can deliver propane to fuel your fire pit, patio lamps, and more!

Our friends at Cynch are the masters in utilizing propane in a variety of ways. Their amazingly affordable propane delivery service is affordable and convenient, which sets them apart from industry competitors.

Cynch wants to make your propane delivery as hassle-free as possible. Take advantage of some time to yourself while someone else does the heavy lifting for you. Go to Cynch.com to get started. Give them a try today using our promo code BN10. *

*Plus sales tax where applicable. Valid through 12/31/21. Offer valid in Cynch service areas only. Certain restrictions apply. Click here for details.



Author: Russ Joy

Russ Joy is a sports betting editor for XL Media PLC, co-host of Snow The Goalie: A Flyers Podcast, a Flyers writer for CrossingBroad.com, and the Crossing Broad Podcast Network Director. A graduate of West Chester University of PA and California University of PA. Russ is also a husband and father of three. Follow him on Twitter: @JoyOnBroad Email: [email protected]