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22 Gal. Resin Wicker Deck Box with Seat - $29

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I need this. How do you get the in-store price for pickup at a store if ordered online?
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razrsharp wrote: I need this. How do you get the in-store price for pickup at a store if ordered online?
I don't think you can...
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Pcike dup 3 from the other clearance threads. Mods can merge. Good deal. Setup was super easy and they held the cushions through yesterday's rain
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vinnie1990 wrote: Pcike dup 3 from the other clearance threads. Mods can merge. Good deal. Setup was super easy and they held the cushions through yesterday's rain
Do you know if it would fit a 20lb propane tank?
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That's OP. Found a pair between Erin Mills and Argentia. None left in North Burlington and Erin Mills. One open box was left at Mississauga - Argentia as of this morning.
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TheCaffeinatedSloth wrote: Do you know if it would fit a 20lb propane tank?
The whole unit is assembled with a click base system (no screws). The bottom doesn't need to be installed, so it can likely fit a 20lb propane tank within it
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Whats the likeliness that mail delivery will use it if you leave a lock in the front of your door?
Want one to conceal parcels left at my door but if the mail man are lazy it defeats the purpose.
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azn0Richard0 wrote: Whats the likeliness that mail delivery will use it if you leave a lock in the front of your door?
Want one to conceal parcels left at my door but if the mail man are lazy it defeats the purpose.
Zero. Mail delivery people have a set time to deliver to each house. Adding time by having them open a box, put in the package, lock the box... You would have to have someone from Canada Post come out and time how long the extra process takes and OK it for the carrier.

It has nothing to do with them being 'lazy' and everything to do with them being timed to complete tasks.
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kr0zet wrote: Zero. Mail delivery people have a set time to deliver to each house. Adding time by having them open a box, put in the package, lock the box... You would have to have someone from Canada Post come out and time how long the extra process takes and OK it for the carrier.

It has nothing to do with them being 'lazy' and everything to do with them being timed to complete tasks.
I've had a parcel stolen once cus the amazon delivery dropped it off without ringing the door.
I'm not saying all couriers are lazy, but i've seen a fair share of peak lazy.
Here's a fedex guy I had caught delivery me things with the most effort possible (sarcasm).
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azn0Richard0 wrote: I've had a parcel stolen once cus the amazon delivery dropped it off without ringing the door.
I'm not saying all couriers are lazy, but i've seen a fair share of peak lazy.
Here's a fedex guy I had caught delivery me things with the most effort possible (sarcasm).
If you're looking for FedEx/UPS leaving a package in a box and locking it, i'd say the odds are less than zero. Canada Post has tight guidelines but UPS/FedEx is horrendous in their micromanagement.

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