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Kem-Tek Power 99 3" Pool Chlorine Tablet 50 lbs. @ $99 shipped, Costco.com ($5 surcharge for non costco members)

flyhigh123 128 April 2, 2013 at 10:06 PM in Pools (2) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Perfect for the upcoming summer, the best price i can find for 50 lbs with free shipping, $99.99


Kem-Tek pool & spa care Power 99 3” Chlorine tablets contain 99% Trichloro-s-triazinetrione. Trichlor tables are easy to use and are the most effective and efficient method of chlorinating your pool.

99% Trichloro-s-triazinetrione
8 oz individually wrapped tablets
Concentrated, slow dissolving for continuous chlorination
Stabilized chlorine contains a built in UV inhibitor that helps protect from sunlight burn-off
No fillers
Convenient for floaters and feeders


http://www.costco.com/.product.735377.html


Comes with the great Costco Warranty if you don't like them, return them anytime!

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May want to add to op that there is $5 surcharge for non costco members, but still a great deal including delivery, thx.

Subtotal: $99.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Non-Member Surcharge: $5.00
Tax: $6.56
Order Total: $111.55
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Quote from bigtex999 View Post :
May want to add to op that there is $5 surcharge for non costco members, but still a great deal including delivery, thx.

Subtotal: $99.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Non-Member Surcharge: $5.00
Tax: $6.56
Order Total: $111.55
Done !
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Compare to: http://vminnovations.com/Product_...blets.html

No tax, 5% off w/ code FACEBOOK
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Hey guys... just moved to Arizona and have a pool at the house we bought. Is this about as good as a price as I will find for chlorine tablets?
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Hey guys... just moved to Arizona and have a pool at the house we bought. Is this about as good as a price as I will find for chlorine tablets?
I have been paying 150 plus tax for 55 lbs at home depot (and i have to lug it out the store, in the truck, out of the truck etc), so it was good for me.
Plus costco is rock solid on shipping; the other deal posted above requires FB and I have bought from vminnovations before and had slow shipping. Kind of a wash.
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I have been paying 150 plus tax for 55 lbs at home depot (and i have to lug it out the store, in the truck, out of the truck etc), so it was good for me.
Plus costco is rock solid on shipping; the other deal posted above requires FB and I have bought from vminnovations before and had slow shipping. Kind of a wash.
Cool, thanks. I did just see that Ace Hardware has 24.5 pound buckets in their ad today for $49.99. So, this deal is about the same as that.

Thanks for the info, repped.
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With all the extra CYA you are going to be adding to your pool with these pucks, you will never be able to maintain your pool correctly. Check our trouble free pool for the BBB method and realize that pucks are rarely a good thing to use in your pool.
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You can make the VMInnovations deal a bit better by adding the SPLASH promo code, but you'll have to buy a bit more. Code is good for $15 off $150, $30 off $300, or $50 off $450.
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Quote from tennis8363 View Post :
Cool, thanks. I did just see that Ace Hardware has 24.5 pound buckets in their ad today for $49.99. So, this deal is about the same as that.

Thanks for the info, repped.
Which location of ace?
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Which location of ace?
It was the ad from the Tuesday AZCentral Newspaper. I am up in north Scottsdale.
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Compare to: http://vminnovations.com/Product_...blets.html

No tax, 5% off w/ code FACEBOOK
Never heard of "clearview" chlorine tabs -- anyone have experience with them?
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Quote from D_Nyholm View Post :
With all the extra CYA you are going to be adding to your pool with these pucks, you will never be able to maintain your pool correctly. Check our trouble free pool for the BBB method and realize that pucks are rarely a good thing to use in your pool.
+1. This guy gets it. Go to pool school at Troublefreepool.com
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I went through TFP over the last few years and have gained a lot of knowledge of pool chemicals and what works and what doesn't. For the winter time I do use pucks to keep the pool clean. Yes it does add CYA, but if monitored, you can do a partial drain to bring the CYA down to a reasonable level (40-60ppm). It usually costs me 20-30 bucks to refill half the pool if I go that route. Which is not much if you think how many gallons of liquid chlorine you would've used compared to using 2 dollar pucks. You can still use pucks when you think you don't want to spend too much time keeping tabs of the chlorine level. I have not used a drop of liquid chlorine in the last 5 months. Lugging around and storing the store bought chlorine also takes a lot of effort and space. When there's a sale of liquid chlorine I'll get 20-30 jugs. But the stuff loses potency if you store it for too long. I'm still a big proponent for TFP's BBB method though.
I've seen 50lb pucks for around 85 locally. But I'm not saying this is a bad deal.
That said, the warmer season is here and I need to go back to the liquid chlorine routine. Any deals on that?
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