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Craftsman Universal Mitre Saw Stand + $10.60 SYW Points EXPIRED

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Sears.com has Craftsman Universal Mitre Saw Stand (YH-MS029A) on sale for $59.99. Shop Your Way Members (free to join) can also receive ~$10.60 in Shop Your Way Points to use on a future purchase. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks logikal87
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The brackets of this universal stand fits most 10" and 12" miter saws as well as other bench top tools. Its support arms extend up to 80" to handle longer work pieces and two height-adjustable 11-1/2" smooth steel rollers help to feed long work pieces. - Randy71

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Craftsman YH-MS029A Universal Miter Saw Stand $59.99 and earn 15.99 point back later
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Best not to list the price after subtracting the points. Misleading.

Update: maybe the $44 it shows is automated, I don't know. Too often people double count the value of SYW points so was just wanting to point it out.
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It's only giving me $10.60 in points back. Is there a coupon code or something?
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Best not to list the price after subtracting the points. Misleading.
Price list $59.99 is before the point
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Best not to list the price after subtracting the points. Misleading.
Huh? It's says $59. That's $40 off. It's a 5 star stand. Isn't this a slick deal?
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Huh? It's says $59. That's $40 off. It's a 5 star stand. Isn't this a slick deal?
Oh, I think it's a slickdeal. I have one and it's great. I was just commenting on where it shows the price as $44 on this post.
Maybe that's automated?
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Oh, I think it's a slickdeal. I have one and it's great. I was just commenting on where it shows the price as $44 on this post.
Maybe that's automated?
Agreed. Almost looks like it is $44, then you get $15.99 back in points, making it $28.01 net.
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Coming up as $64.34 after tax for me and only $13.00 back in SYW points.

However, there is a coupon for $15 off $75 for members so if I add an item of around $11, that would lower my overall cost.
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No wheels? Like that the HF one has wheels for at this price, dang good deal
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No wheels? Like that the HF one has wheels for at this price, dang good deal
I was about to ask if anyone has used this Craftsman one with one of the HF miter saws. I didn't know HF had one...Just looked it up and it shows as $119 for the HF one. Does it usually go down to $60 or so?
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No wheels? Like that the HF one has wheels for at this price, dang good deal
Huh? You mean the $120 one at HF before coupon?
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Cheapest price I've seen for Harbor freight stand is $99.
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Huh? You mean the $120 one at HF before coupon?
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Cheapest price I've seen for Harbor freight stand is $99.
I might go with this one then. I was thinking of building a mobile miter saw table with some storage but at this price I might just save myself the time and effort. I don't mind that it doesn't have wheels since I won't use the miter saw that much, got it for the holidays recently and haven't even taken it out of the box.
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I might go with this one then. I was thinking of building a mobile miter saw table with some storage but at this price I might just save myself the time and effort. I don't mind that it doesn't have wheels since I won't use the miter saw that much, got it for the holidays recently and haven't even taken it out of the box.
I'm currently building a workbench with a height adjustable section so I can lower it or raise it depending on what tool I'm using (ie. miter saw, table saw, thickness planer, etc.) so that the top off the tool's work surface lines up with the top of the workbench so I can use the workbench as a support or an out-feed table and yet I still bought this. I'm going to build a fence next so I'd rather just set this up in the yard and make my cuts then have to keep going back to my garage in order to make the cuts on my workbench or make my cuts on the ground in the yard. There is probably a use for both in your workshop/garage too.
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