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In store Deal

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I was at the Cabela's in Rogers yesterday and they had a discount depending on what you spent.

$30 off 100-200

$50 off 200-300

$70 off 300-400

$85 off 400-500

$100 off 500 Up

They also had Bigfoot fullbodies with flocked heads for $80.

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No coupon needed? Does Owatonna have the same deal?

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FYI, I drove out to the Rogers store and found out they do not sell Iowa small game/pheasant. What's up with that. Not very good business at all. A lot of waisted time and gas.

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They had the coupons in the store. You just have to use your Cabela's card. I would call the Owatona store.

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FYI, I drove out to the Rogers store and found out they do not sell Iowa small game/pheasant. What's up with that. Not very good business at all. A lot of waisted time and gas.


a phone call would have wasted even less time

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Incidentally, I was just at the rogers cabellas, and got a very good deal on a "knives of Alaska" African Hunter Series knife. normally $120, they are discontinuing this particular model, and it's only $69. With the $30 off $100 purchase, it's like buying a $120 knife for $69 and they throw in additional $30 worth of stuff... because you just pick out something else to get you to $100 and then they take $30 off if you're in the cabellas club.

BTW, their price on tinks #69 9.99 on special for 7.99 you can get it a buck or two cheaper than that at fleetfarm.

Fresh earth scent wafers 7.99 only 4.99 at FF

doe bleat can 8.99, a couple bucks cheaper at FF.

I found just about everything to be a buck or two cheaper at FF, FF is having sales right now.

But considering you get $30 off the first $100, you come out ahead at cabellas

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