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[Costco] WARM - EZgoal Steel Hockey Net w/ Backstop ($79.97)

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[OP]
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Jan 9, 2013
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White City

[Costco] WARM - EZgoal Steel Hockey Net w/ Backstop ($79.97)

EZgoal Regulation Pro Steel Folding Hockey Goal System With Shooter Tutor.

Bought two in store for this price a while back and it was quite the challenge getting them home with a small vehicle.

Free shipping makes it attractive.
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Nov 29, 2006
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is this the one they have in store? If it is, I think most people would indeed think this is HOT! No extra shipping charges also!
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Yep same one that they had in store. When it went on sale in store for this price they had 30 left and they were given within a week.
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Can this thing withstand pucks or is it more for street hockey/balls?
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ched24 wrote:
Mar 20th, 2019 3:17 am
Can this thing withstand pucks or is it more for street hockey/balls?
the online reviews are bad, but we have had this for 2 years, left outside and aside from connections to the side nets, it's in great shape. Has literally taken 1000s of shots with pucks and is fine. That's from a 12 year old, so maybe the reviewers are talking about older people with harder shots.

It's definitely a heavy gauge and heavy duty net meant for pucks. Again, we haven't had any issues, but some reviews call into question the durability so maybe they are a lot harder on the net.

And it is similar in quality if not a bit stronger than any net you would find in a sports store in the$100-150 range. imho
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sweet deal

this is a great net
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Already bought one in store. This is a great price with free shipping and dropped from $99.97 recently.
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How long does costco price protection last? I bought this in Jan
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RoughriderFan wrote:
Mar 20th, 2019 10:18 am
I believe it's 90 days.

Thanks OP!

Gonna go get my $20 back. Bought this for $99.99 on January 11.
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Never mind the hockey nets boys and girls...you see the baseball contracts being handed out lately...incredible...
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250strong wrote:
Mar 20th, 2019 1:27 pm
Thanks OP!

Gonna go get my $20 back. Bought this for $99.99 on January 11.

I just got denied my price match.

I guess I have to do it the hard way and order online and return the new one with my old receipt.

Stupid Costco! Just gonna cost them more money to ship it here and more of my time to return it
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Jan 18, 2017
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90 Days price match on electronics and major appliances.

Everything else is 30 days AND I believe that the item needs to be in stock.

I just purchased the item online and will be returning it to them as soon as I receive it with my old receipt.

Returns are not subject to any time period.
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250strong wrote:
Mar 20th, 2019 4:41 pm
I just got denied my price match.

I guess I have to do it the hard way and order online and return the new one with my old receipt.

Stupid Costco! Just gonna cost them more money to ship it here and more of my time to return it
Are you sure it’s worth $20 to waste so much time and resources? If you were happy with it at $100, why not just leave it at that?

I don’t understand why people feel they’re always entitled to the lowest price ever offered anywhere, past, present or indefinite future.
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cheaper_than_cheap wrote:
Mar 20th, 2019 6:05 pm
Are you sure it’s worth $20 to waste so much time and resources? If you were happy with it at $100, why not just leave it at that?

I don’t understand why people feel they’re always entitled to the lowest price ever offered anywhere, past, present or indefinite future.

You right.

It’s probably the RFD effect.

$20 is $20. That’s a box of diapers for my baby.

Just trying to do my best to save the family a buck.

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