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Northwest Territory Sierra Dome Tent 9' X 7' $24.99 at Kmart with $10 back in SYW points, limited availability

DeltaMajor156 6,471 1,597 July 16, 2016 at 04:18 AM in Camping (6) More Kmart Deals
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Northwest Territory Sierra Dome Tent

The Northwest Territory Dome Tent is easy to assemble and has an area of 59 sq. ft. inside. Included are a mud mat, two shoe lockers and a storage pocket for organization. Mesh roof panels keep the bugs out and the fresh air in, so you can enjoy the woods without attracting biting insects. Protection from rain and dirt includes a rain fly and welded floor. When you're finished camping, pack it all up in the included storage duffle.

Northwest Territory Dome Tent measures 9 ft. x 7 ft. and sleeps up to three campers
At its peak, this tent measure 46 in. high
Storage options within the tent include two footlockers, a mesh gear loft and a storage pocket
Included mud mat helps you keep out dirt
Mesh roof panels keep out bugs and let fresh air in
Rain fly with tapered seam and welded floor with binding help protect you from the rain
Frame is shock-corded fiberglass poles
Includes storage duffle bag

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Available in red:
http://www.kmart.com/northwest-te...734934002P

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Picked this up instead of the Coleman in the other thread.

Seems to have good reviews and should work as a kid's tent.

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Last edited by Pratticus July 16, 2016 at 07:44 AM
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Looks like this tent is more like 9x5, not really 9x7 as claimed. It seems two flaps on either side are counted towards 7' width.
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Looks like this tent is more like 9x5, not really 9x7 as claimed. It seems two flaps on either side are counted towards 7' width.
I believe that is storage space.

edit: mud mat & shoe bays, rectangular space is 9 X 5.5
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Last edited by DeltaMajor156 July 16, 2016 at 09:28 AM
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Picked this up instead of the Coleman in the other thread.

Seems to have good reviews and should work as a kid's tent.

TU!
I was actually thinkin the Coleman was a better deal with better build quality. Anyone know which is really the better tent??
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Last edited by fishyx July 16, 2016 at 10:41 AM
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I'm going to assume the vestibule spaces to the sides of the door is useable, correct?
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I'm going to assume the vestibule spaces to the sides of the door is useable, correct?

I believe that is the space they call "shoe lockers".
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This sale likely ends at midnight CST.
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I believe that is the space they call "shoe lockers".
Gotcha, thanks. That's what I wanted to know. I wish those shoe lockers were on the outside of the tent, but hard to argue at this price point...
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Gotcha, thanks. That's what I wanted to know. I wish those shoe lockers were on the outside of the tent, but hard to argue at this price point...
They are accessible from the outside of the tent via zipper.

edit: Actually it seems the left storage area/shoe locker is accessible from the outside of the tent via zipper. The right one has no zipper.
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Last edited by DeltaMajor156 July 16, 2016 at 04:07 PM
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I was actually thinkin the Coleman was a better deal with better build quality. Anyone know which is really the better tent??
At $16 (including the SYW credit), I'd consider this a good deal if I only get a few outings out of it. Having said that, this review makes me believe it's well worth the price:

I got this as a gift from my parents a couple years ago and was very weary about using it since it was so cheap(money-wise). I'm really happy with that it turned out better than expected! I've backpacked multiple times with it and all my friends were impressed with its size, shape, weight, and were taken back that it was from kmart. I've had 4 adults sleep in it before. It was a really close squeeze, but doable for an emergency. It stays rather warm. It doesn't come with a ground cloth, so I use an cheap one I bought separately. During a big storm I did have some trouble; water soaked through the walls and started puddling on the bottom. I didn't mind it that much since I was hiking out that day, but shortly after I sprayed it with waterproofing spray. I'm going to test if it's actually 4 seasons this winter! I personally think it's a great investment for only $40, especially if you're poor like the college student I am!
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The points for this deal still haven't come into my account. Anyone have better luck?
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The points for this deal still haven't come into my account. Anyone have better luck?
They should post after 24 hours as long as you did not pay for it with all points. You have to pay at least 1 cent out of pocket to get the $10 back in points.
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They should post after 24 hours as long as you did not pay for it with all points. You have to pay at least 1 cent out of pocket to get the $10 back in points.
I purchased it on Saturday and paid $10 out of pocket. Ofcourse I didn't take a screenshot. My own fault...
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I purchased it on Saturday and paid $10 out of pocket. Ofcourse I didn't take a screenshot. My own fault...
It still may post. It might take 24 hours from when it shipped.
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