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Old 11-28-2010, 05:18 PM   #1
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Default Do cooler prices go down in winter?

I live in an area where coolers are unnecessary during the winter. Do prices normally go down during the winter? I want to jump into all grain but want to do it when the weather is nice and I can use a turkey fryer on my deck without freezing. Should I look into getting my equipment now or do prices tend to stay constant year round?


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Old 11-28-2010, 05:22 PM   #2
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Depends on the place. Some stores take them off the floor in the winter. Some carry them year round without reducing prices, and some move the seasonal items to a back wall and discount them to clear them. Usually if they move them, but keep them on the floor they will discount them. I believe I found mine at a big box store dirt cheap out of season on a back wall near the garden section.


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cool i've only been looking at prices online so far. guess i will just have to actually go to the stores and see what they do.
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Yeah, online places more than likely keep all their inventory in a warehouse, and aren't needing to deal with sale floor space on a seasonal basis, so there's no incentive to move the inventory around and/or to lower prices because of that.
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Old 11-28-2010, 05:42 PM   #5
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Target has 52 qt. rectangular coolers with spigot and handles for 20 bucks right now. You won't find any cheaper than that.
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do those work well? i might pick one up but am willing to spend more for quality. just don't want to spend too much i am on a college student budget after all


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