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[Costco] Costco.ca 1 day sale

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Jan 11, 2011
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[Costco] Costco.ca 1 day sale

Hey fellow RFDers!

Looks like Costco is having a 1 day sale online for items that are available in store. I haven't looked through all of it but some decent deals in there.

Happy Canada Day!
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Thanks for the tip, just picked up baby wipes and toilet paper.
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ShutdownX wrote: Does anyone know if this is a complete setup? It sounds like it includes a battery too https://www.costco.ca/Coleman-100-W%2c- ... 02261.html
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Normally I don't buy that much stuff online from Costco as most items have the shipping cost baked into them (and AFAIK, they don't have a free shipping promo when you spend a minimum amount). So unless it is a far trek / you don't have the time to go / really need the item now, chances are you will see the same stuff on sale in the warehouse at some point for a bit less.
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Krispy1 wrote: No battery included.

You need to buy your own like a deep cycle marine battery.
Would it work ok without a battery if you just connect it to the house?
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Are the Wonderland $40 tickets a Canada Day special or is that what they regularly cost at costco.ca?
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ShutdownX wrote: Would it work ok without a battery if you just connect it to the house?
seems like a poor investment to me, spend 175$ to get 100Ws of power at peak. wouldn't make sense unless you had no power at the location you want to use this.