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Old 07-13-2009, 12:59 PM   #1
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Alright, went ahead and moved this over to it's own thread. From the old thread it looks like we have:

piperbrew: 4
ODaniel: 2-4
sjlammer: 2
chefchris: 6

If you want to visit the old one, here you go.

If someone is willing to take on the coordination of $ and shipping, it would be greatly appreciated. If it comes down to it I might step up, but I have little experience with paypal (I've used it several times to pay with, never to accept payments).

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Old 07-13-2009, 01:15 PM   #2
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W/o reading the entire old thread or even searching it to get key points, can you provide more info on this new buy? Who are you buying them from, anticipated price/shipping price, etc?

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Old 07-13-2009, 01:26 PM   #3
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We STRONGLY prefer that a paying member take over any group buy coordination (less anonymity/chance for fraud).

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Old 07-13-2009, 02:16 PM   #4
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The purchase would be through Rapids Wholesale. They're $28.99 when purchased as singles, but the price drops to $22.95 when you purchase 25+ units (prices are without shipping).

Shipping will vary slightly, but I copy and pasted some of the prices from the previous group buy with the number of faucets purchased.

1 - $30.21
2 - $54.65
2 - $59.05 (most purchases for 2 were $54.65, but I put this one to show how it could vary)
3 - $79.10
4 - $111.27
5 - $135.72
6 - $160.15

This price includes the faucets, shipping, and PayPal fee for the individual coordinating the purchase. Please note, however, that these prices are not necessarily what we would pay, although I'm sure they're a good ballpark figure.

Also, after reading back over the old post, it appears the person coordinating the purchase and collecting $ needs to be a premium member, since their account will be verified with HBT.

EDIT: Apparently Yuri beat me to the warning.

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Old 07-13-2009, 02:28 PM   #5
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I think i would get a couple (2). Im tired of not using my kegerator for a couple days and getting those damn sticky faucets. Keep me posted on the count, i.e. when we have 25.

EDIT: I would FOR SURE be in for two, haha. Sorry if there was confusion

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Old 07-13-2009, 07:26 PM   #6
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I would FOR SURE be in for 2 if this happens

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Current count: 18-20 (depending on how many ODaniel goes with).

khuygie88, is there any other info you we wanting?

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Just got the rest of the setup but decided to go with picnic taps inside the keezer for now, then building a collar and adding the faucets once I put aside a little more cash.

And then you guys had to go and start this... trying to resist...

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khuygie88, is there any other info you we wanting?
No thanks, I was just requesting that info for others looking into it. I knew the other thread was a bit long to read.

I purchased two 575SS taps from Rapids back when they came out and I'm very happy with them. My one tap kegerator gets used frequently enough for cheap faucets, and my three tap keezer uses my 575SS's and a stout faucet.

I've spent far to much as is!
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I would like two, please.

Just let me know who/how to pay.

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