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5.1 cu. ft Chest Freezer at Sam's Club for $99.98 with free shipping or in-store pickup good until Nov.22nd

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Seem's like a decent deal I know that Best Buy has a similar sized chest freezer for the same price however at Sam's Club you don't have to worry about a limited return period in case it breaks down in a year or so.

Sam's has the Igloo 5.1 cu. ft Chest Freezer for only $99.98 with free shipping or in-store pickup until Nov.22nd.

Specs:
Energy Star-rated freezer holds up to 175 lbs. of food
Convenient front-mounted temperature controls
Vinyl-coated shelf and easy-to-clean interior
Defrost water drain is located in the back for easy draining

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https://www.samsclub.com/sams/igl...0960097.ip
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I have had a few of these over the years. Got one in the basement now. Never a problem with them just got bit by an offer on the house with the terms "all appliances stay with house" ya ok. What ever. Wink You can have my sale and Craigslist reject appliances what do I care?
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How big is 5.1 cubic feet?
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Thanks for the post OP, I bought this one Arctic King 5 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer (White) last month and it stopped working. Called in the warranty, they said it will take a month or so till I'll be able to get another unit. So I just returned it to Walmart, figured I'll wait for one to go on sale for Black-Friday and here it is.
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How big is 5.1 cubic feet?
Pretty much this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eKQpVpujpo and this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=779jKqQMWiQ
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I bought a ~13 cu ft from Sam's about 10 years ago for $140 and it's still running strong aside from a flickering power light. $100 for a 5.1 cu ft seems decent by today's prices though.
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What typically costs you on these small ones is the cost of running them. I'm seeing no power consumption info on this one.
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do I need a membership to buy it online?
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They had 7 cubic feet for 129 delivered a couple of months ago. Same brand. I got it. It is a fantastic product so far but their delivery is awful. It took over a month for delivery. If you do not pick up in store, it would not be here until 2018.
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do I need a membership to buy it online?
No, however they charge you and extra 10% if you don't have one.
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I have had a few of these over the years. Got one in the basement now. Never a problem with them just got bit by an offer on the house with the terms "all appliances stay with house" ya ok. What ever. Wink You can have my sale and Craigslist reject appliances what do I care?
or you counter-offer and say you want certain appliances.
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or you counter-offer and say you want certain appliances.
Na.. it was 250 bucks worth and we got 10k over asking due to buyers fighting over it. They can have the junk.
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What typically costs you on these small ones is the cost of running them. I'm seeing no power consumption info on this one.
From my estimates of my 5cuft chest freezer the past few weeks, it should cost ~$30-40 a year. When it's running (and it's not always running), it draws 60 watts.
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From my estimates of my 5cuft chest freezer the past few weeks, it should cost ~$30-40 a year. When it's running (and it's not always running), it draws 60 watts.
Yep, and our 25 cu ft takes about twice that power. So if you need a big one the small ones aren't such a great deal.
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From my estimates of my 5cuft chest freezer the past few weeks, it should cost ~$30-40 a year. When it's running (and it's not always running), it draws 60 watts.
Use a kill a watt meter for a month instead of calculating
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