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Thanksgiving deals...

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Did anyone check Gander Mountain out this eve? I just walked out with a Fish Trap Guide for $255 after taxes. A sweet deal indeed. They were on sale for 299.95 and I got $60 more off from the Thanksgiving coupon they mailed out.

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I got 1 of the 4 band saws/grinder combos for 50 bucks (regular 249.99) in the hermantown store! Almost had to fight for it!

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Woodie that was othe only decent deal I saw in Hermantown. What time did you get there?

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Store opened at three, i was there at two fifteen. Six vehicles there waiting in front of me. When the 1st decided to get out of their vehicles and wait in line, we all did. I was sixth or so in line. Ripstick was right in front of me. He was one of the lucky 4 to score a machine as well. I just put mine together tonight...looks like it will work out just great!

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