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Amazon - Terra Hiker Ultra-Lightweight Camping Cot, Collapsible Camping Bed, Upgraded Version Camp-Beds with Free Backpack Cover or Shock Cords - $75.04 FS Prime

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Terra Hiker Ultra-Lightweight Camping Cot, Collapsible Camping Bed, Upgraded Version Camp-Beds for Outdoor Activities

Another code I received by e-mail from this company for their weekly promotions.
This cot weighs 3lbs - perfect for any avid hiker.
Here is a video I found on Youtube of someone putting it together.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mm50ZStOfBQ

I've bought quite a few things from this brand and their quality is has consistently been great so far - comparable to other high end brands. Deal is the cheapest I could find for an ultra light cot.

MSRP: $112
33% off with Code
Cyber Monday Week price is: 75.04
Code: 336JEML3

Receive 1 Terra Hiker backpack cover, S, Blue free for every 1 Terra Hiker product (exclude backpack cover) you purchase offered by TerraHiker
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Buy one Terra Hiker Camping Cot, get a pair of shock cords for free, please add to cart with Code TPWX58A3

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071HL3NH5

To get the free backpack cover, scroll down on the Amazon page to "Special Offers and Product Promotions".

You will see "Receive 1 Terra Hiker backpack cover, L, Black free for every 1 Terra Hiker product you purchase offered by TerraHiker. Here's how (restrictions apply)"

Click "Add Both to Cart" to take advantage of that. ($9.99 value for free)

Here are the details on the "How To" from the product page:

To receive the Bonus with Purchase benefit:
Add all products described in the promotion to your Shopping Cart one of two ways:
Click the Add both to Cart button in the promotion description.
Click the Add to Shopping Cart button on each respective product information page.
The value of the Bonus item will be reflected on the final order checkout page and discounted proportionally from the price of all promotion items in the Shopping Cart, including the Bonus item itself. For example, if the promotion offers one Bonus item worth $10 for free when you purchase 2 items worth $20 each, the value of the Bonus item ($10) will be divided proportionately, so that the Bonus item will appear with a $2 discount and each of the two promotion items will appear with a $4 discount, for a total discount of $10.
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pike1181 - seems like a decent deal. thanks for posting. but i have a question....

it seems like almost all of your deals that you post are to amazon products and include codes. where do these codes come from? are you on some special promotional mailing list via amazon? do you have some sort of other motive for posting them here? aka, do you work for the amazon sellers, or something like that? do you work for slickdeals, and get some sort of kickback from them for the referral $ they get from amazon?

or are you just an average joe who is happy to share deals that he gets in some promo email.
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3 LBS is not "ultra lightweight.
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pike1181 - seems like a decent deal. thanks for posting. but i have a question....

it seems like almost all of your deals that you post are to amazon products and include codes. where do these codes come from? are you on some special promotional mailing list via amazon? do you have some sort of other motive for posting them here? aka, do you work for the amazon sellers, or something like that? do you work for slickdeals, and get some sort of kickback from them for the referral $ they get from amazon?

or are you just an average joe who is happy to share deals that he gets in some promo email.
Reasonable questions.
Yeah, I agree, it's not a GREAT deal but it is decent. I mainly shared it because the stuff I had purchased from this brand is on par with the other sporting good brands out there without the cost inflation of branding.

I do most of my shopping on Amazon and in most cases when I've made more than one purchase from these 3rd party companies they add me to their distribution lists and send me coupon codes for future discounts and I share the ones that I think are decent. I would say almost all of the deals I share have been something that I purchased myself as well.

I do not have any motive for posting here other than trying to increase my rep and give back since I've utilized a lot of deals that others have shared. I do not work for slickdeals and I do not get any kickbacks or referrals; however if SD wants to hire me, I'll consider it as a side gig. woot
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3 LBS is not "ultra lightweight.
Sure it is for a cot.
Most are anywhere between 2.5 and 5lbs.

Check out this link for some references - and look at their prices too.

https://besttentcotsforcamping.co...acking-cot

I'll be interested if you can find me a good quality cot that's light for cheaper. Please share!
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3 LBS is not "ultra lightweight.
Hit the weights LMAO
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in the world of ultralight backpacking, a 3 lb item like the cot is not going to be considered ultralight.


but then again, a cot wouldn't be part of an 'ultralight' pack really. So for a cot, this is really light, but would never be found in one of these packs made of kleenex and fishing wire where every item has been modified to spare 10 extra ounces.
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I question the value of this for several reasons:

1. A sleeping pad is warmer (since air doesn't circulate underneath), 1/3 the weight, 1/5 the size, and more versatile, for a similar price. I won't comment on comfort comparisons but modern inflatable pads are pretty good.
2. Nobody hiking more than a mile should consider hauling a freakin cot with them even if it is "only" 3lb (and anything that calls itself "ultralight" in that weight range is automatically suspect when it comes to its other claims)
3. This $75 deal is "okay" but comes with special codes? Makes me a mite suspicious of OP.
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I question the value of this for several reasons:

1. A sleeping pad is warmer (since air doesn't circulate underneath), 1/3 the weight, 1/5 the size, and more versatile, for a similar price. I won't comment on comfort comparisons but modern inflatable pads are pretty good.
2. Nobody hiking more than a mile should consider hauling a freakin cot with them even if it is "only" 3lb (and anything that calls itself "ultralight" in that weight range is automatically suspect when it comes to its other claims)
3. This $75 deal is "okay" but comes with special codes? Makes me a mite suspicious of OP.

1. I agree for cold weather - in which case I use both if I am not travelling very far.
2. Depends on the terrain and your preference. 3lbs of added weight is a lot for a long distance hike, however I have no problem hiking a few miles with it if the weight is distributed properly.
3. Would you rather I not share any deals with codes? If people are so against them, I have no problem keeping them to myself.
4. In warm climates such as Texas (where I live) elevation off the ground helps with air circulation to keep you cool. The width of a cot also gives you more room to move while sleeping than a narrow pad. Another benefit is if you are sleeping in open air, brush, or hunting.

I personally hate sleeping on the ground and it kills my back, even with a mattress pad.
I understand this deal isn't for everyone as it only caters to a small niche. If you like the deal, you're welcome; if not, then simply move along and have a nice day. Ha ha
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Thank OP. I bought very similar cot, but from different brand and I got it $110. 3lb is pretty light for cot. I used ultra light pad before, even though it is lighter, but the comfort from cot is much better. I can sleep well on the first night using cot instead of a sleeping pad. Recently, I just carried this cot on a 12 miles backpacking trip, it's actually not heavier, but does take extra room compared to an ultra light pad. Overall, I would definitely carry this cot over any sleeping pad. Going to grab another one just in case.
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I question the value of this for several reasons:

1. A sleeping pad is warmer (since air doesn't circulate underneath), 1/3 the weight, 1/5 the size, and more versatile, for a similar price. I won't comment on comfort comparisons but modern inflatable pads are pretty good.
2. Nobody hiking more than a mile should consider hauling a freakin cot with them even if it is "only" 3lb (and anything that calls itself "ultralight" in that weight range is automatically suspect when it comes to its other claims)
3. This $75 deal is "okay" but comes with special codes? Makes me a mite suspicious of OP.
1. some people dont have to worry about warmth in certain seasons.
2. some people arent minimalists on hikes. no one should hike more than a mile with a gallon of whiskey, but i knwo plenty of people who do that. a gallon of fluid weighs approx 8lbs.​ no one should tell others what they should and shouldnt carry. as for calling it ultralight... if you can find one considerably lighter, then please do so. ultralight is only in comparison to other models. my ultralight sleeping bag weighs considerably more than my ultralight spork.
3. i suspected the same, but him replying to our comments shows he is clearly not a shill.
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I do not have any motive for posting here other than trying to increase my rep and give back since I've utilized a lot of deals that others have shared. I do not work for slickdeals and I do not get any kickbacks or referrals; however if SD wants to hire me, I'll consider it as a side gig. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-woot.gif
so lately it seems like slickdeals is inundated with shills... from retailers, amazon, etc. slickdeals most certainly doesnt discourage them... and i very much suspect they encourage them... lets face it, they get $ for every click to a product from this site... so why discourage them... spam or not. and honestly, i think they take payments for advertising for some products. "want to sell more products? send us $ and we will let you post deals here under the disguise of being a community memeber!" "only $x per referral click"

so i apologize for my suspicions. i try to post something like that whenever i see codes... more often than not it is a indicator of self promotion. if you are taking the time to reply to your own post, you are obviously not a shill. i appreciate the posts. especially love seeing camping gear on here.

ohh, and fyi, some of my posts suggesting the above mysteriously disappear. basically confirming my suspicions. i cant wait till there is a competing website that is truly community fueled...
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nice deal. wish they made a taller one. I'd like that for winter camping to make more room in the tent for all the clothes I take off. not willing to pay for a helinox though.
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so lately it seems like slickdeals is inundated with shills... from retailers, amazon, etc. slickdeals most certainly doesnt discourage them... and i very much suspect they encourage them... lets face it, they get $ for every click to a product from this site... so why discourage them... spam or not. and honestly, i think they take payments for advertising for some products. "want to sell more products? send us $ and we will let you post deals here under the disguise of being a community memeber!" "only $x per referral click"

so i apologize for my suspicions. i try to post something like that whenever i see codes... more often than not it is a indicator of self promotion. if you are taking the time to reply to your own post, you are obviously not a shill. i appreciate the posts. especially love seeing camping gear on here.

ohh, and fyi, some of my posts suggesting the above mysteriously disappear. basically confirming my suspicions. i cant wait till there is a competing website that is truly community fueled...
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SD have a small disclaimer on every post that states "If you purchase something through a post on our site, SlickDeals may get a small share of the sale."
Honestly, I don't care as long as the deals are good and save me money. I do miss the days when I first joined SD and back in '06 when they were simply a forum for end users with amazing deals rather than another massive corporation. A few of their competitor sites have either been bought our shut down in the last year.
ON another note, there are some good cashback apps out there (which you can triple dip with by using multiple plug-ins) that I use when shopping. I would post a referral link on here but don't want to get booted for promoting any other sites - although referrals from those apps give both you and I free money. Just do a google search for cashback apps and you'll find them.

SD totally accepts commissions and/or charges fees - a quick search for "advertising on slickdeals" pulls up the following: https://slickdeals.net/corp/advertising.html
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SD have a small disclaimer on every post that states "If you purchase something through a post on our site, SlickDeals may get a small share of the sale."
Honestly, I don't care as long as the deals are good and save me money. I do miss the days when I first joined SD and back in '06 when they were simply a forum for end users with amazing deals rather than another massive corporation. A few of their competitor sites have either been bought our shut down in the last year.
ON another note, there are some good cashback apps out there (which you can triple dip with by using multiple plug-ins) that I use when shopping. I would post a referral link on here but don't want to get booted for promoting any other sites - although referrals from those apps give both you and I free money. Just do a google search for cashback apps and you'll find them.

SD totally accepts commissions and/or charges fees - a quick search for "advertising on slickdeals" pulls up the following: https://slickdeals.net/corp/advertising.html
personally, i hate that i can go on here, and have a post, which is upvoted like crazy, and has comments all over it, saying "great deal", only to do a small amount of research, and find out that it is like every other similar product on amazon that is the same price after "discount"... its really deceitful. because all it is is the amazon seller paying people to post it here and comment on it being a good deal. OR paying slickdeals to do it for you. you used to be able to come on here, and if you saw a person or 2 talking about how great of a deal it is, know you were getting an actual deal.

its deceptive, and it has chased away the bulk of the folk that would post legit deals. its table scraps compared to what it used to be.
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