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10x10 Gardenline Gazebo with Net $100, Gas grill $100, Outdoor rug $40 - ALDI B&M

OnePenny 2,304 590 April 21, 2010 at 06:32 AM in Brick & Mortar (B&M) (3) More JCPenney Deals
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Last Edited by OnePenny April 21, 2010 at 06:39 AM
Gardenline
Gazebo With Netting
[aldifoods.com]
$ 99. 99 each *

* steel frame construction
* water-repellent fabric
* two-tier roof allows airflow
* attractive floral leaf detail
* ground stakes and ropes included

*while supply lasts.

Last year, they sold similar gazebo without net for $120.

JCP [jcpenney.com] is selling similar one at their B&M for $180 (original $400) without net.

Yes, you can get these for cheaper on clearance when the season ends. If you want now, I found this is the best price.

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They also have 5x7 outdoor rugs [aldifoods.com] for $40.

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Range Master
35K-BTU Gas Grill
$ 99. 99 each *
[aldifoods.com]

* two main burners (35,000 BTUs total)
* one side burner (8,000 BTUs)
* 530 sq.-in. of cooking space
* durable porcelain steel lid and firebox
* includes handy condiment basket, towelbar, tool hooks and warming rack
* accessories not included


Aldi Store locator [aldifoods.com]
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#3
I had this gazebo, it looks really nice and is a great deal.

Unfortunately we had a strong wind storm a month or 2 later. The feet remained screwed into the patio but the metal legs broke (the welds) and the gazebo took off like a kite across the yard and was destroyed.

The manufacturer refused to cover anything under warranty because it excluded weather-related issues.

If you live somewhere without strong wind this is a great deal.
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Quote from dsiebenh View Post :
I had this gazebo, it looks really nice and is a great deal.

Unfortunately we had a strong wind storm a month or 2 later. The feet remained screwed into the patio but the metal legs broke (the welds) and the gazebo took off like a kite across the yard and was destroyed.

The manufacturer refused to cover anything under warranty because it excluded weather-related issues.

If you live somewhere without strong wind this is a great deal.
Thanks for your input.

I was very much interested on this. Now, I am bit hesistant after reading your review, as my backyard being windy in times.
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Everybody gets wind storms, so yea this is an issue. I was thinking about it as well.
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Are these grills already assembed or do they come in a box?
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Anybody have any experience with thier patio furniture, this one kind of has my attention since I am in the market for one andh this looks like a decent deal. I like those style seats over the ones with the big cusions on them that always seem to get moldy after a time.


http://www.aldifoods.com/us/html/...U_HTML.htm


Also seems to be a decnet print on the umbrellas as well

Aluminum
http://www.aldifoods.com/us/html/...U_HTML.htm

Wooden:
http://www.aldifoods.com/us/html/..._HTML.htm4


The stand for it seems to be a pretty nurmal price as everybody else:
http://www.aldifoods.com/us/html/...U_HTML.htm


Looks like a good way to start putting things on my new brick patio.
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Quote from dsiebenh View Post :
If you live somewhere without strong wind this is a great deal.
I looks like it has the vent top to allow wind out. I would guess its OK to for up to about 60 mphs, but if you are expecting higher winds, I would recommend taking the top cover off.

I know the carport canopies (without vent top) make great kites.
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Are these grills already assembed or do they come in a box?
puttine a grill together sucks
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puttine a grill together sucks
I hear ya. I put my last one together 8 years ago and vowed never again. I've been searching for a good deal on a grill but only if it can be bought assembled. I might head back to Walmart and take another look at their selection. Getting one of them plus the $50 GC might be the way to go. I just can't decide on which one to get.
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Quote from brettatk View Post :
I hear ya. I put my last one together 8 years ago and vowed never again. I've been searching for a good deal on a grill but only if it can be bought assembled. I might head back to Walmart and take another look at their selection. Getting one of them plus the $50 GC might be the way to go. I just can't decide on which one to get.
Lowes sells them already together... Prices may be higher though..
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Quote from brettatk View Post :
I hear ya. I put my last one together 8 years ago and vowed never again. I've been searching for a good deal on a grill but only if it can be bought assembled. I might head back to Walmart and take another look at their selection. Getting one of them plus the $50 GC might be the way to go. I just can't decide on which one to get.
wal-mart will assemble the grill for free. no experience with it b/c my car wouldn't be able to fit an assembled grill.
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#13
I went to Walmart at lunch and looked. They have one I like for $248 plus you get a $50 GC with purchase. Seems like a good deal but I didn't pull the trigger. It was assembled already but I did see a sign that mentioned free assembly if they hadn't had one assembled. I have until the end of the month to make up my mind in order to get the free $50 GC.
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#14
Not a bad deal, just not a slickdeal. The cover will start to show some real wear and tear (literally) after about 2 years. It won't look great, but some duct tape (what else?) works temporarily on the underside of it after it rips. Kind of ghetto though.
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No one will help you. You must face the gazebo alone.

http://www.brunchma.com/archives/...00133.html
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