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[Costco] **Back in stock** HD Blue/Silver 12 ft. × 16 ft. Tarp, 2-pack $29.99 online and $23.79 in-store

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[Costco] **Back in stock** HD Blue/Silver 12 ft. × 16 ft. Tarp, 2-pack $29.99 online and $23.79 in-store

Very good price for 2 heavy duty 12x16 tarps. These wont last long.

Nanaimo and Courtenay both have stock
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That's hot, it's time that RV owner take out their rig and replace cover, same 12x16 in ct cost me 40$ for one, definitely need to return now.
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Thanks OP, bought one even though I have absolutely no need for them at the moment. Always good to have on hand.
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EnderWiggin wrote: Thanks OP, bought one even though I have absolutely no need for them at the moment. Always good to have on hand.
Same here!!!
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Can this used to protect a BBQ like a cover?
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Spotted yesterday at the 'Taza' Costco SW Calgary. $22.99 in store
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These tarp are very big. not all RV will fit, i got these in warehouse at 19,99$. But I can't find them now.
Typically, they are available in autumn.

Not that good if you were to use them for camping overhead tarp, it's too heavy for that.
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leg3nd wrote: Can this used to protect a BBQ like a cover?
Way too big for a BBQ. Get the BBQ cover at Costco instead. I use this tarp to cover patio furniture in the winter.
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JackWhite wrote: Spotted yesterday at the 'Taza' Costco SW Calgary. $22.99 in store
Anyone see these at Costco's in Ottawa?
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426Hemi wrote: Way too big for a BBQ. Get the BBQ cover at Costco instead. I use this tarp to cover patio furniture in the winter.
Yes your exactly right. Costco has the best quality BBQ cover you can get and they are only $19.99 usually. They will most likely outlast a $70-$100 one. I have had mine on my BBQ for 3yrs always outside under no roof for 3 yrs and no issues at all. Just my opinion.
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napoleonbot wrote: That's hot, it's time that RV owner take out their rig and replace cover, same 12x16 in ct cost me 40$ for one, definitely need to return now.
Hotter in store.... go go go. But you definitely overpaid at $40
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Seems like Costco stocked up on these. More than 1000 available this time around.
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Lol, I had to think why "these won't last long" if they are heavy duty. Stupid me. Got one.
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Thanks OP. Can't take the risk of getting it in store for cheaper right now as non essentials are blocked off in Ontario stores.
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426Hemi wrote: Way too big for a BBQ. Get the BBQ cover at Costco instead. I use this tarp to cover patio furniture in the winter.
Ironically, the patio furniture cover that Costco sells, doesn't last more than 3-4 winters. As the self tying straps loosen and snaps. Also the fabric are bad as well, the UV weakens it.
But this tarp is industrial grade, for regular people home, use this is much better than those "soft" tarp.
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gmoney506 wrote: Yes your exactly right. Costco has the best quality BBQ cover you can get and they are only $19.99 usually. They will most likely outlast a $70-$100 one. I have had mine on my BBQ for 3yrs always outside under no roof for 3 yrs and no issues at all. Just my opinion.
Is there a link to this specific cover?
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426Hemi wrote: Way too big for a BBQ. Get the BBQ cover at Costco instead. I use this tarp to cover patio furniture in the winter.
How is your furniture holding up with tarp covering? Is it under Gazebo or open to sky?

Also is this a good option to protect hardtop gazebo's roof during winter?
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