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*Offer Exclusions:


Offer valid 2/26/07 - 4/1/07.

Coupon (or coupon code) must be presented at time of purchase. Online and phone customers must use code PERK4U to receive this discount.

Offer valid at REI.com, 800-426-4840 and REI stores.

Offer not valid on REI-OUTLET.com items, REI Adventures or REI Outdoor School.

Offer not valid for sale items (prices ending in $._3 or $._9).

REI membership number is required at checkout. Not a member? You can join for just a one-time $15 fee during checkout.

Offer not valid on special orders, package discounts, prior purchases, REI gift cards or E-gift certificates, gift boxes, memberships, shop services, rentals.

Offer valid on Novara and K2 bicycles only; all other brands are excluded.

Offer not valid on boats.

Offer not valid on Oakley products.

Offer not valid on GPS receivers, two-way radios or emergency locator transmitters.

Offer not valid on skis, boots or bindings; snowboards, boots or bindings.

Offer is limited to stock on hand, is nontransferable and is not redeemable for cash.

Merchandise purchased with this offer is not eligible for the REI member refund.

Offer may not be combined with any other discount or offer. Limit one coupon per customer.

To order by phone, call 1-800-426-4840 Mon. through Sun., 4 a.m. through 11 p.m. Pacific Time.

Cashier instruction: Apply 20% line discount to the highest full-price item. Please refer to exclusions.



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Nice deal, I have been a member for over 25 years....but I refuse to give them my $$ anymore...way to supportive of the far left for my taste....

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i left my items on the counter because the clerk pretty much would not ring them up unless i signed up,have never gone back and never will.

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skinny_tom (aka boney)
Cool. Judging by the fine print, you could get 20% off a pair of socks. dopeslap.gif


Or that $340 tent I've been eyeballing. I haven't checked, but I wonder if the resrictions also apply to the discount ticket that came with my dividends...


EDIT: it does have the same disclaimer. A thought came to me while I was reading it. I know, I don't usually think... I bet the items they exclude have about or less than a %20 mark up.

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There is almost always a disclaimer in this sort of advertising. I have found that going to the store and asking for the discount with respect to items that are normally not included, the store will usually give a discount anyways. If the sales clerk says they can't do it then I ask for a floor supervisor or store manager. Even if it is not for the full 20% they will either provide 10% or will throw in some free-bees or both! I don't mean to be rude but you have to be crazy to pay full price for anything in the good ole USA. It also pays to shop around on the Internet and find a lower price at a competitors web site and bring that with you. Most of the major sporting goods stores are competing directly against each other and they usually have a policy that they will not be undersold. In the past few years I have been doing most of my shopping on the Internet because in many cases I can save sales tax and get free shipping. Your mileage may vary!


Everything is negotiable!


Cheers! smile.gif

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