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Ozark Trail Folding Chair w/ Cup Holder (Green or Raspberry) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Ozark Trail Folding Chair w/ Built-In Cup Holder on sale for $5.37. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders $35 or more. Thanks brisar

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This Ozark Folding Camp Chair is made from durable polyester fabric wrapped around a steel frame w/ a built-in cup holder. A carrying bag is included for easy storage/transport - Discombobulated

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Ozark Trail Folding Chair w/ Cup Holder
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a couple friends of mine always buy these cheap piece of junk $5-10 chairs. and if you do too, thats fine... but consider this...

about 10 years ago i went to cabelas and bought one of their heavy duty extra wide chairs for $40. that thing is still rocking and 100% solid... no tears, no worn out joints, or feet. just a few burn holes from the campfires.

my friends literally go through one of these chairs a year. they buy a few of them at a time.

just on a financial standpoint, they have spent probably $100 over the time i have spent $40.

additionally, i have not had to go chairless when a chair breaks mid weekend(ive seen it numerous times), i also have the advantage of a wider, more comfortable seat with bigger insulated cup holders and a decent pouch on the side, and biggest of all, i can sit my 240# butt in one without easing into it like im sitting on an antique chair from the 1800s.


so ask yourself... are you really saving money on these piece of junk seats? if you cant afford $40, you cant afford $40, and there is nothing wrong with that. if you are buying a few for kids who will likely loose them or grow out of them, ok. im sure there are reasons to buy these.... but in many cases, if you have an extra $35 to spare, it will save you money in the long run. cheap does not always equal a deal.
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You have a good point there. Almost pull the trigger
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We bought a bunch of these three years ago and they're still going strong!
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Nice, thanks.
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How are these compared to the $5.99 Academy ones?
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In for 4, thanks
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a couple friends of mine always buy these cheap piece of junk $5-10 chairs. and if you do too, thats fine... but consider this...

about 10 years ago i went to cabelas and bought one of their heavy duty extra wide chairs for $40. that thing is still rocking and 100% solid... no tears, no worn out joints, or feet. just a few burn holes from the campfires.

my friends literally go through one of these chairs a year. they buy a few of them at a time.

just on a financial standpoint, they have spent probably $100 over the time i have spent $40.

additionally, i have not had to go chairless when a chair breaks mid weekend(ive seen it numerous times), i also have the advantage of a wider, more comfortable seat with bigger insulated cup holders and a decent pouch on the side, and biggest of all, i can sit my 240# butt in one without easing into it like im sitting on an antique chair from the 1800s.


so ask yourself... are you really saving money on these piece of junk seats? if you cant afford $40, you cant afford $40, and there is nothing wrong with that. if you are buying a few for kids who will likely loose them or grow out of them, ok. im sure there are reasons to buy these.... but in many cases, if you have an extra $35 to spare, it will save you money in the long run. cheap does not always equal a deal.
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a couple friends of mine always buy these cheap piece of junk $5-10 chairs. and if you do too, thats fine... but consider this...

about 10 years ago i went to cabelas and bought one of their heavy duty extra wide chairs for $40. that thing is still rocking and 100% solid... no tears, no worn out joints, or feet. just a few burn holes from the campfires.

my friends literally go through one of these chairs a year. they buy a few of them at a time.

just on a financial standpoint, they have spent probably $100 over the time i have spent $40.

additionally, i have not had to go chairless when a chair breaks mid weekend(ive seen it numerous times), i also have the advantage of a wider, more comfortable seat with bigger insulated cup holders and a decent pouch on the side, and biggest of all, i can sit my 240# butt in one without easing into it like im sitting on an antique chair from the 1800s.


so ask yourself... are you really saving money on these piece of junk seats? if you cant afford $40, you cant afford $40, and there is nothing wrong with that. if you are buying a few for kids who will likely loose them or grow out of them, ok. im sure there are reasons to buy these.... but in many cases, if you have an extra $35 to spare, it will save you money in the long run. cheap does not always equal a deal.
You have a good point there. Almost pull the trigger
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How are these compared to the $5.99 Academy ones?
where is the link to $5.99 chair?
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a couple friends of mine always buy these cheap piece of junk $5-10 chairs. and if you do too, thats fine... but consider this...

about 10 years ago i went to cabelas and bought one of their heavy duty extra wide chairs for $40. that thing is still rocking and 100% solid... no tears, no worn out joints, or feet. just a few burn holes from the campfires.

my friends literally go through one of these chairs a year. they buy a few of them at a time.

just on a financial standpoint, they have spent probably $100 over the time i have spent $40.

additionally, i have not had to go chairless when a chair breaks mid weekend(ive seen it numerous times), i also have the advantage of a wider, more comfortable seat with bigger insulated cup holders and a decent pouch on the side, and biggest of all, i can sit my 240# butt in one without easing into it like im sitting on an antique chair from the 1800s.


so ask yourself... are you really saving money on these piece of junk seats? if you cant afford $40, you cant afford $40, and there is nothing wrong with that. if you are buying a few for kids who will likely loose them or grow out of them, ok. im sure there are reasons to buy these.... but in many cases, if you have an extra $35 to spare, it will save you money in the long run. cheap does not always equal a deal.
FWIW, I have two Ozark chairs that are 10 years old and are the strongest folding chairs I've had over the years. I have no idea if these new ones are the same but they look the same.
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FWIW, I have two Ozark chairs that are 10 years old and are the strongest folding chairs I've had over the years. I have no idea if these new ones are the same but they look the same.
We bought a bunch of these three years ago and they're still going strong!
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where is the link to $5.99 chair?
https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/...o-armchair
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good beach chair? also so this is usually 9 bucks? and now $5.40
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a couple friends of mine always buy these cheap piece of junk $5-10 chairs. and if you do too, thats fine... but consider this...

about 10 years ago i went to cabelas and bought one of their heavy duty extra wide chairs for $40. that thing is still rocking and 100% solid... no tears, no worn out joints, or feet. just a few burn holes from the campfires.
boots theory sir. its unfortunately a truth, and hurts many people. those who cant afford 150 dollar pairs of boots that might liast 10 years are subjected to buy 30 dollar pairs every couple of years. they can never get ahead... its pretty sad wehn you think about it, and can be extrapolated to other issues such as credit card debt, and other things...
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Buy something better.
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I bought a few of these last year and was astonished at how flimsy their carrying bags are. They're made of the thinnest possible material, and I have no doubt that they're going to tear within a year or two. If I were to do it again, I'd spend more money.
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