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Any site I could monitor for a sale on Evernew or Snow Peak pots?
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Scott Simcox
(Simco) - F - M

Locale: Nashville
Any site I could monitor for a sale on Evernew or Snow Peak pots? on 02/13/2012 22:04:24 MST Print View

I'm sure I'd be happy with either, so price is all it comes down to.

Mike W
(rcmike) - MLife

Locale: California
Google Shopping on 02/13/2012 22:14:07 MST Print View

I think one of the things you could do is use Google to list all the sites that have the item you're looking for:

http://is.gd/r0MRV6

...or you can frequently visit: Altrec.com, campsaver, camphor, backcountry.com, rei.com and also check coupons or available discounts since they tend to run them often enough.

Mike

Edited by rcmike on 02/13/2012 22:16:33 MST.

James Kirk
(jamesakirk)

Locale: Big Sur
Re: Any site I could monitor for a sale on Evernew or Snow Peak pots? on 02/13/2012 22:53:28 MST Print View

Post a WTB thread in the Gear Swap forum... you are likely to find a better deal there than anywhere else. Otherwise, checkout spadout.com

Rod Wolfy
(rodwolfy) - F - MLife
site monitoring on 02/14/2012 22:51:05 MST Print View

Here's a couple that I've used a few times. Sometimes the links get old, but other times they'll find you something:

http://www.gearbuyer.com/

http://www.cleansnipe.com/

Scott Simcox
(Simco) - F - M

Locale: Nashville
Re: Any site I could monitor for a sale on Evernew or Snow Peak pots? on 02/16/2012 10:47:00 MST Print View

Thanks guys.

I'd make a thread there if I could.

Curtis B.
(rutilate) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
buy a membership on 02/16/2012 19:48:52 MST Print View

Go ahead and buy a membership. Costs you $25 and if you save $20 on pots, the membership is nearly free.

I just saved ~$65 on buying used snow pants compared with buying them new. With just one deal I've nearly paid for my lifetime membership. The ROI is easy.