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[Sport Chek] Sport Chek and Atmosphere: Friends and Family event 10-25% off

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[Sport Chek] Sport Chek and Atmosphere: Friends and Family event 10-25% off

Starts July 9th

It looks like Sport Check and Atmosphere are having another sale.

Online & instore Thursday, July 9th - Monday, July 13th, 2020

25% off regular priced items
10% off already reduced items

Online code: FF20JULY

The regular exclusions of Apple, Arc’teryx, Bauer Elite/Performance, Brooks, CCM Elite, Fitbit, Garmin, GoPro, Yeti and select Converse, Nike, marquee footwear ending in $.00, items ending in $0.88 and other select brands and styles apply.
Last edited by RFDSimon on Jul 7th, 2020 10:09 am, edited 5 times in total.
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I bought some items in-store. Do you think I can bring in the receipt for a price adjustment?
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DealDweller wrote: I bought some items in-store. Do you think I can bring in the receipt for a price adjustment?
Yeah they are pretty good with doing those as long as it was a recent purchase.
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ragin_pyro wrote: It looks like Sport Check and Atmosphere are having another sale.

Online & instore Thursday, July 9th - Monday, July 13th, 2020

25% off regular priced items
10% off already reduced items

Online code: FF20JULY

The regular exclusions apply.
And what are the “ regular exclusions”? Applicable to already reduced clearance or no ?
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mrfrugal83 wrote: And what are the “ regular exclusions”? Applicable to already reduced clearance or no ?
I’m wondering the same thing about clearance.. some stores have extra sales on clearance. Would be nice to stack on top of that
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Hard to buy anything from them once you’ve already bought items at 50-70% discount through their employee pricing events...
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puglife644 wrote: Hard to buy anything from them once you’ve already bought items at 50-70% discount through their employee pricing events...
Indeed, but there hasnt been any vip/employee price events this year. Sucks.
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puglife644 wrote: Hard to buy anything from them once you’ve already bought items at 50-70% discount through their employee pricing events...
And those are in store only.
This is your best deal to get stuff online only or that your local store doesn’t stock
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Any one recommend up to -7 Celsius sleeping bag?

Price aiming around $100
Last edited by chilli604 on Jul 7th, 2020 5:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Let's be realistic, there is no way that they would do another one of those VIP-in-store-only sales during the pandemic.
Might as well settle for this should you need some gear.
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mekkkkkkkk wrote: Doesn't work on sportexperts.ca / atmosphere in QC :(, thanks anyhow
As noted in the original post the sale starts Thursday July 9th.
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DealDweller wrote: I bought some items in-store. Do you think I can bring in the receipt for a price adjustment?
Price adjustment within 7 days
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chilli604 wrote: Any one recommend up to -7 Celsius sleeping bag?

Price aiming around $100
If you’re trying to get a “good” sleeping bag at that price for -7 Celsius, the options are slim to none. For cheaper options, synthetic will be your best bet. Although heavier than down f, it will provide you with warmth even if wet. I’m assuming you are planning to backcountry in the Rockies so here’s my suggestion for this price point: I consider heat and weight first. I’m also assuming you’re a male with standard size so here:

https://www.atmosphere.ca/categories/ge ... Bsize%5D=0
2lbs, synthetic, excellent hoodie


That’s really all I can find. Pm me if you want to dish out more money on a good down sleeping bag that’ll last you a life!
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cheelos wrote: If you’re trying to get a “good” sleeping bag at that price for -7 Celsius, the options are slim to none. For cheaper options, synthetic will be your best bet. Although heavier than down f, it will provide you with warmth even if wet. I’m assuming you are planning to backcountry in the Rockies so here’s my suggestion for this price point: I consider heat and weight first. I’m also assuming you’re a male with standard size so here:

https://www.atmosphere.ca/categories/ge ... Bsize%5D=0
2lbs, synthetic, excellent hoodie


That’s really all I can find. Pm me if you want to dish out more money on a good down sleeping bag that’ll last you a life!
Wow sweet. Thanks for the info and searching for me.

I am a new camper. Might camp 2-3 times a year. Met this girl. So wants to take me camping off grid (hope she doesn't murder me) I'd rather buy things once. So spending a little more is okay.

That looks like it will be good
Any others. Let me know. I will trust you Stranger

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