View Full Version : Looking for a sleeping bag deal
07-21-2000, 03:15 AM
07-21-2000, 09:50 AM
Sorry to ask this, but I suddenly need to get a good sleeping bag in a hurry.
Anyone know of deals on this; Cyberrebate doesn't have anything that fits the deal.
07-21-2000, 10:11 AM
If you want to get a good bag then check out Eastern Mountain Sports, they have some of the best gear around, but the prices may not be as cheap as you are looking for... www.emsonline.com (http://www.emsonline.com)
07-21-2000, 01:29 PM
Wow but these things are expensive!
07-21-2000, 01:32 PM
yeah... but your getting what your paying for...
07-21-2000, 02:50 PM
Check out www.overstock.com, (http://www.overstock.com,) and combine it with one of the coupons from www.techbargains.com (http://www.techbargains.com) - this might work out for you.
07-21-2000, 04:13 PM
Cyberrebate has a lot of sleeping bags for free after rebate
Costco has a couple I believe
07-21-2000, 06:10 PM
Of course, it all depends on what you're using the bag for. You can get a cheap 5lb 45F bag at *-Mart or Target for under 20 bucks. You're not going to want to carry it on your back for long, though, so you better be setting up in a campground. Or, you can spend $250 on an ultralight bag that'll keep you warm when it's -20F.
I personally recommend Target's <A HREF="http://www.target.com/common/catalog/Product.jhtml?prodid=27667&catnav=21706&subcatnav=21752">Grand Canyon</A> bags. They're 1.25lb 30F ultralight bags, and at $40 each, they're insanely cheap. I've got a couple of them, and I love them. They weigh next to nothing, and compress really really tight. As ultralights, they have a nylon shell, so you might want to get a fleece liner if you're not doing any hiking, since bare nylon isn't that comfortable to sleep on.
BTW - the best thing about this sack - no compression sack! There's an extra foot of nylon at the end of the bag that wraps around it, and uses straps and drawstrings to make its own bag. Much easier than screwing around trying to roll the bag tight enough to fit in a stupid way too small sack.
[This message has been edited by jclark (edited 07-21-2000).]
07-21-2000, 06:52 PM
10% off your order Code: YBW01224 exp unknown
compliments of frugalrewards.com
07-22-2000, 01:42 AM
And if you absolutely need them today, they're the same price at the B&Ms, and you can get 10% off for applying for a Target card. Whee.
07-22-2000, 02:46 AM
First item I saw..
Icicle Creek Glacier Sleeping Bag +5 Degree Regular - Closeout $124.93
Compare at $250.00
First item I saw..
Probably more deals if you drill.. They have the goods here, shipping is fast and reasonable.
Not cheap stuff, but good deals on great gear.
Also noted that therma-rests are $40 today only. - normally $70.
These things hardly ever go on sale! - the Therma-rest brand anyway.)
[This message has been edited by phlick (edited 07-21-2000).]
07-22-2000, 01:26 PM
Thanks a lot all. I really appreciate the quick input.
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