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[Real Canadian Superstore] RCSS - Snow shovel and brush clearance (Metrotown location, Burnaby, BC)

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[Real Canadian Superstore] RCSS - Snow shovel and brush clearance (Metrotown location, Burnaby, BC)

Guess Vancouver doesn't get a lot of snow, so that's probably why these items are discounted. It's possible prices could still drop if you wait long enough.

Ice scraper, $0.44

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Ice scraper with foam-covered handle, $0.94

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Snow brush, 24 inch, $0.94

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Snow brush, 35 inch, $1.94

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Extendable snow broom, $2.74

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Oskar Kool Basic brush, 35 inch?, $2.24

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Oskar hybrid extendable snow brush, $3.24

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Oskar hybrid snow brush, $4.94

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Car snow shovel, 10 inch, $2.44

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Kids snow shovel, $2.24

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Oskar fold-up show shovel, $3.74

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Mountain mover show shovel, 18 inch, $3.74

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Snow shovel, 14 inch, $5.44

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Have some fun making snowballs with this gadget for $2.44:

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18 replies
Newbie
May 3, 2009
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Saw the same in King George location in Surrey though they did not have all the items.
Deal Addict
Jul 31, 2009
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The problem is....we get a whopping 3 snow days a year and then the rain will wash it away free. :lol:
I think I use my snow blower 3 times out of 5 years. I used to shovel the sidewalk & driveway. Now I dont even see the point.

Well cant speak for people in Kelowna and further however. They get most of the hit.
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Sep 2, 2006
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Orleans
A snowball maker eh?
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Sep 7, 2004
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GTEH!
Good deals. Wish they had these prices in Ontario
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Webhead wrote:
Jan 13th, 2013 1:38 pm
Good deals. Wish they had these prices in Ontario
What are the prices like in Ontario?
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Jan 27, 2006
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BUFFAR wrote:
Jan 13th, 2013 2:38 am
The problem is....we get a whopping 3 snow days a year and then the rain will wash it away free. :lol:
I think I use my snow blower 3 times out of 5 years. I used to shovel the sidewalk & driveway. Now I dont even see the point.

Well cant speak for people in Kelowna and further however. They get most of the hit.
You have a snow blower? I think only 1 person in 100,000 in Vancouver have a snow blower :)
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Jan 1, 2007
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Thanks OP. got 24 inch push shovel for $7.94 and the car shovel with traction aids for $4.24!
Newbie
Nov 11, 2008
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Vancouver
me_too_lazy wrote:
Jan 13th, 2013 2:34 am
can anybody confirm for the Richmond location?
Just got back... can confirm no deals in Richmond.
Newbie
Dec 6, 2009
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Pretty good deals if you're in need of this stuff.
Deal Addict
Oct 30, 2002
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Burnaby
I dont even think a snow blower would work with our WET Snow... Its only meant for powdery snow.
BUFFAR wrote:
Jan 13th, 2013 2:38 am
The problem is....we get a whopping 3 snow days a year and then the rain will wash it away free. :lol:
I think I use my snow blower 3 times out of 5 years. I used to shovel the sidewalk & driveway. Now I dont even see the point.

Well cant speak for people in Kelowna and further however. They get most of the hit.
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Oh RFD!!! You've Broken my wallet.... :(
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