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Last Edited by jersharocks July 1, 2016 at 12:55 PM
Yeti cooler Tundra 65 for 20% off normal price with free shipping using promo code Paypal20 from Austin kayak. Regular price $399 after discount total was $319. Should work on all Yeti items.

http://www.austinkayak.com/search/yeti
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Thanks OP. Not to TD at all, but those looking at quality coolers but are on a budget, check out the Coleman 5 day Xtreme. The marine one in particular is great and about $50 at Walmart.
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Thanks OP. Not to TD at all, but those looking at quality coolers but are on a budget, check out the Coleman 5 day Xtreme. The marine one in particular is great and about $50 at Walmart.
there is no comparison to the yeti. My brother has one and that is one great cooler, although I would never pay that price.
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there is no comparison to the yeti. My brother has one and that is one great cooler, although I would never pay that price.
Actually, there are shit loads of comparisons... But hey, let's all just go with what your brother decided to do.

http://thesweethome.com/reviews/t...rd-cooler/

http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Cooler-Reviews
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Actually, there are shit loads of comparisons... But hey, let's all just go with what your brother decided to do.

http://thesweethome.com/reviews/t...rd-cooler/

http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Cooler-Reviews
I was referring to the noted Coleman cooler. No comparison at all and of course when you google reviews it finds cheaper comparisons. Yeti is a high end cooler. Would I pay 400 for it. No way, but he is a fish and game guide and took it as payment. He didn't pay that price either.

Buy it or not, there is no comparison to a walmart cooler.
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only 30% more to make it almost worth it
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Quote from house kitten View Post :
I was referring to the noted Coleman cooler. No comparison at all and of course when you google reviews it finds cheaper comparisons. Yeti is a high end cooler. Would I pay 400 for it. No way, but he is a fish and game guide and took it as payment. He didn't pay that price either.

Buy it or not, there is no comparison to a walmart cooler.
I have both the Coleman marine and yeti tundra 35 the Coleman keeps stuff just as long as the yeti if not longer. You are paying for the yeti brand name as they are the first to really go mainstream.
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Not saying they are not overpriced to start with. But if you are in the market for a yeti, this is a good discount. I've had my share of watered down lunch meat on the lake and luke warm beverages Smilie
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I'd rather go with an Rtic, still lower price and at the same quality as a yeti. Only problem is that they're backordered.
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I wanted to grab another one of the Koozie's since those things are legit. But shipping kills it. It is not free shipping under $39...
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Not saying they are not overpriced to start with. But if you are in the market for a yeti, this is a good discount. I've had my share of watered down lunch meat on the lake and luke warm beverages Smilie
Sounds like a not enough ice problem, poor item organization in cooler, and poor cooler location!
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When you think about it, it's actually kinda silly to think that nobody else has the same quality, it's not like they can't cut one in half and copy it....then sell it for much less. That being said, I have no need to keep ice for 6 weeks, I have a fridge and try not to be too far away from it.
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Does this come with the cool YETI sticker to put on the back window of my truck next to my "Salt Life" sticker? It's getting expensive being a red neck these days.
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There actually IS a comparison to a Walmart cooler. I admit, you won't get a cute YETI sticker if you buy this cooler from Walmart. This cooler has a built in bottle opener by the way http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-T...y/49229408

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I was referring to the noted Coleman cooler. No comparison at all and of course when you google reviews it finds cheaper comparisons. Yeti is a high end cooler. Would I pay 400 for it. No way, but he is a fish and game guide and took it as payment. He didn't pay that price either.

Buy it or not, there is no comparison to a walmart cooler.
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Quote from house kitten View Post :
I was referring to the noted Coleman cooler. No comparison at all and of course when you google reviews it finds cheaper comparisons. Yeti is a high end cooler. Would I pay 400 for it. No way, but he is a fish and game guide and took it as payment. He didn't pay that price either.

Buy it or not, there is no comparison to a walmart cooler.
read some reviews and comparison's, especially the new Ozark's and the coleman's that do just as good as the yeti's for a fraction of the cost. at this point with yeti you're just paying for the name.
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