Stop N Save Locations & Hours Near Tulsa, OK - YP.com
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  • 1.Stop N Save

    634 W 12th St

    Tulsa,OK

    0.69 mi

  • 2.Stop N Save

    307 S 49th West Ave

    Tulsa,OK

    3.06 mi

  • 3.Stop N Save

    6520 Charles Page Blvd

    Tulsa,OK

    4.14 mi

  • 4.Stop N Save

    4826 E 33rd St

    Tulsa,OK

    4.77 mi

  • 5.Stop N Save

    4948 N Peoria Ave

    Tulsa,OK

    5.00 mi

  • 6.Stop N Save

    1605 S Memorial Dr

    Tulsa,OK

    6.10 mi

  • 7.Stop N Save

    9733 Shell Creek Rd

    Sand Springs,OK

    6.71 mi

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03/15/2017
By: Bonnie F.
Quik Trip
Great service every time I go there. They always know what I want. Their store has always been clean.
08/13/2016
By: Jack T.
Reeders
Full Service as long as you're in a fancy SUV & look like you'll tip! However, if you're a nurse getting off a 12 hour shift then you're not worth waiting on!
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06/21/2016
By: Jake C.
Balals One Stop
Alam the clerk working that day gave me receipt for motor oil and fuel cleaner but labeled as beer on receipt I told him this was for a company vehicle and now I've lost this money because he wouldn't scan items just typed them in as beer. I told him I needed a new receipt he said no and argued with me. I can't turn in beer receipts thanks lucky stop I'll never be back thanks to alam
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04/26/2016
By: Elizabeth G.
Marie's Route 66 Trading Post
Wonderful people, they have very things. I am looking forward to shopping there. Love the muchandice as well as the service and was looking forward to sale things to them that would be able to trade the worth.
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10/23/2015
By: Brad B.
Sinclair Oil
6 or 8 pumps and only one works, property care is not good, Landscaping really bad, tall weeds un-trimmed bushes, not enough lighting. You have that unsafe feeling when your there. Oh, they will NOT take cigarette coupons. I think in my travels this is not the store for me. Street people all around and a pop up tent doing $1 phones. Place had a strange smell.
01/12/2014
By: lilyxhardcore
Shell
This is definitely the best shell in the Tulsa Area. Clerk is nice and friendly and treats like a good friend. Nice selection on snacks, drinks, and other accessories.
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12/10/2013
By: John G.
Reeders
With a flair for the old days of super service, Reeder's still has it.
04/15/2013
By: cindy.cowles.9
Phillips 66
Have been a big fan of Batman's for lunch because of friendly staff & good prices, but I've noticed lately that they're starting to nitpick over the little extras. Wanting ti charge for stuff they didn't before. May have to eat elsewhere.
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