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10' X 10' Gazebo Style White Canopy $15 - Rite Aid B&M only, YMMV, 5/10 - 5/16

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I went to my local Rite Aid [riteaid.com] store earlier today to look for the $50 pop-up gazebo posted by P3nniPinchr on Friday, the store was sold-out of those, but they did have other 10'x10' gazebos for $29.99. I was tempted to get one, but then the assistant manager showed me tomorrows flyer which has them being 50% off, making them $15.

The picture attached is from the 5.10 to 5.16 Rite Aid thread [slickforum.net]. I'm on the East coast, so it's possible this offer isn't available in other parts of the country.

If you use the $5 off a $25 purchase coupon [riteaid.com] posted by chromie in the other gazebo thread you could get two gazebos for $25.

These Gazebos are not the pop-up type, but for $15 I'm willing to spend a little time putting it together for the 3 or 4 times I'll use it in a year.
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Nice! I have one of these and was looking for another. They only take around 10 minutes to set up and they are MUCH more durable than the easy-up type. I had one of each set up for last 4th of July and it rained hard. The canvas easy-up type started getting water pockets and stretching. We left it up overnight and came out the next morning and the easy-up was destroyed. The weight of the water pockets put stress on the aluminum frame and casued it to bend and crack in about a dozen places...a complete loss of over $100. The $15 Rite Aid one was fine. I'm getting two of these..repped!
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Is this like tarp material?
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what is the point of using one of these gazebos?
Does it lay down the shade?
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Lay down the shade?
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Simple concept. If you stand under it, you'll be in the shade.
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what is the point of using one of these gazebos?
Does it lay down the shade?
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Good for tailgates and weekend parties. Not good for permanent back yard gazebos.
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These are probably the ones with the 20-25 piece polls that build the framework.
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Quote from WreckRman2 View Post :
These are probably the ones with the 20-25 piece polls that build the framework.
Any idea how tall this gazebo is?
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Got an outdoor wedding reception in July. In for two just in case.
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Got an outdoor wedding reception in July. In for two just in case.
DONT DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!! RUN WHILE YOU CAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



j/k watch Fireproof before you get married though Wink
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Is this like tarp material?
Yes.

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Any idea how tall this gazebo is?
I would say about 7 feet from the ground to the start of the roof. Plenty of room to walk under (unless you're having the basketball team over. The middle is much taller, probably almost 10 feet.

I picked up a similar one a couple weeks ago from another local store for $30 so I could BBQ in the rain. I was quite impressed with it with my only complaint being that it was difficult for one person to setup. If this is going on at my local Rite-Aid I'll be grabbing at least one more.

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DONT DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!! RUN WHILE YOU CAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



j/k watch Fireproof before you get married though Wink
We actually just watched that last night on a recommendation from a friend. Good movie and quite entertaining. I was amazed to find out the whole thing was done by volunteers.
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hmmm, good for BBQs during the summer when we don't have enough room on the patio for people to sit and eat. I'd even set it up during the summer and put the kid's swimming pool underneath so i won't have to worry about them getting to much sun while they are out
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I need lots of these for an event, too bad none are in FL! Cheapest ones I can find locally are $35 at Biglots.
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Quote from mistermatt View Post :
Any idea how tall this gazebo is?
The box says 8.3 feet, I assume that's to the 'peak' of the roof, I'd have put it up in the yard this afternoon but it was too dang windy.

When I looked at them yesterday the lady in store said it doesn't come with a case, but she was wrong, it does come with a green storage/carrying bag made of the same 'tarp' material as the canopy.
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