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[Fitness] GTA - Majer Hockey Boxing Day

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GTA - Majer Hockey Boxing Day

Might not be a lot of interest in this (they don't sell TVs or Xbox), but for those who are interested:

Majer Hockey's Boxing Day sale


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You'll be able to get much better pricing from hockeymonkey.com
I picked up a totalone stick for $95 and some other gear.
should have bought more.
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the APX skates for $600 is not bad, seeing how the APX2 doesnt come out til Spring 2013 this is a pretty early mark down. but Sport Chek has the APX for $699 now and you can use a 20% coupon on top of that.
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t6lock wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 2:23 am
the APX skates for $600 is not bad, seeing how the APX2 doesnt come out til Spring 2013 this is a pretty early mark down. but Sport Chek has the APX for $699 now and you can use a 20% coupon on top of that.
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TheSalesman wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 12:36 am
You'll be able to get much better pricing from hockeymonkey.com
I picked up a totalone stick for $95 and some other gear.
should have bought more.
But how much was shipping to Canada and did you get hit with duty/tax? If you live close enough to the border to pick it up at a UPS store or have American friends that's one thing, but shipping directly to a Canadian address can expensive. Plus, most of the major manufacturers have shipping restrictions (you can't ship certain products over the border directly).

There are some good deals on some of the skates and pro stock sticks (if you buy two pro stock sticks they're $100 each so that equals some American prices...I did see some insane clearance deals at TotalHockey.net a couple weeks ago, but the shipping to Canada would've killed them).
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althoma1 wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 6:04 am
But how much was shipping to Canada and did you get hit with duty/tax? If you live close enough to the border to pick it up at a UPS store or have American friends that's one thing, but shipping directly to a Canadian address can expensive. Plus, most of the major manufacturers have shipping restrictions (you can't ship certain products over the border directly).

There are some good deals on some of the skates and pro stock sticks (if you buy two pro stock sticks they're $100 each so that equals some American prices...I did see some insane clearance deals at TotalHockey.net a couple weeks ago, but the shipping to Canada would've killed them).
I'm in Vancouver so the border is very close.
No tax, no duties and shipping cost $15 for total order to a US address + 5% paypal refund.
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TheSalesman wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 12:36 am
You'll be able to get much better pricing from hockeymonkey.com
I picked up a totalone stick for $95 and some other gear.
should have bought more.
How did you get a totalone for $95...
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The Trees wrote:
Dec 23rd, 2012 3:35 am
How did you get a totalone for $95...
hockeymonkey had total ones for $130 + 25% off + 5% paypal refund.
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