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Heater Sale

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For anyone that might still need a heater, Buddy heaters on sale now at Northern Tool. $59.99, which is $30 less than MSR and $20 less than they were at Gander. This is the regular Buddy, not the Big Buddy. I picked one up for my one-man, tired of the burning eyes and headache from the ol' sunflower heater. smile.gif Seemed like a pretty good deal to me.

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Gander also has a price match guarantee. All you need to do is bring in the ad or print it off the web site. They are nice little heaters. I got mine at Home Depot late last winter on clearence for $40.

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I'll just rub it in and tell you guys that I bought one this spring at a garage sale, new in the box for $25. Now that's a good deal!

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I just looked on line and they were only on sale for $10 - $ 79.99 - Did you pick one up?

Guess the sale must be over frown.gif

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I seen them yesterday at Northern Tool for $59 as well.

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