If you figure that used 3 gallon cornies can sell for around $70, this price doesn't seem too out of whack.
But the days of $20 cornies are probably gone.
$20? Yea, that's probably a historic number at this point. But, if you are near Olympia, Washington, there's a guy on craigslist that sells lots for either $30 or $40 depending on how well the rubber top and bottom are doing. All are pressure tested, and pressurized when you poick them up. Plus, a new gasket kit with each.
We just picked up 20 of them, witht he 20 I already have, I should be good for a while. And I sealed the deal on some used boilermakers. So soon, I can move up to one whole barrell at a time.... Woo Hoo.....