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6-Pack of 17-Quart Mainstays Sweater Box Storage (Clear) EXPIRED

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This 17-quart (4.25-gallon) storage box fits under most beds and is the perfect size for sweaters, purses, towels, and other household items.

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Mainstays 17-Quart (4.25-Gallon) Sweater Box Storage, Clear, 6-Pack:
Storage containers
Plastic construction
Pack of 6
17 qt (4.25 g)
Simple, space-saving storage solution great for organizing any area of the home
Stackable design allows for efficient use of storage space
Ultra-clear base allows for quick identification of contents
Lids have an integrated latch on both ends that requires the user to "click" the latches closed
Dimensions: 17.50" x 12.00" x 7.00"
This classic 17-quart (4.25-gallon) storage box from Mainstays fits under most beds and is the perfect size for sweaters, purses, towels, and other household items. The snap tight lid stores your items securely and the ultra-clear body allows you to see what is stored inside without having to take off the lid. Stack these boxes together to maximize the use of any storage space. Clicking latches on both sides secure the lid on the base, helping keep dust, dirt, insects, and other debris away from your items. Sold in a package of six containers, you can quickly and easily reorganize your closet or your under-bed area.
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I ordered cereal and other regular household items along with these to get it $35
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It's actually saving them money...and making us pay for it....Amazon has a different type of business (PLUS yearly costs) but, you can't see that....along with 90% of people in this world. Until Amazon can deliver milk, eggs, cheese, and bread....Walmart has nothing to worry about. Amazon is online...Walmart is B&M tapping into the online market. THEY ARE DIFFERENT!
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No pickup option. Shipping adds $6
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As Sohel mentioned, shipping kills the deal. No pickup available. Please add +$6 shipping to title as this is misleading.
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68qt (17gal) 6 pack clear also on sale. $32.14 w/free store pickup.
Walmart item # 570300991
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It boggles my mind as to why Walmart won't have pickup in-store or purchase in store for one of their own brands!
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It boggles my mind as to why Walmart won't have pickup in-store or purchase in store for one of their own brands!
Stuff like that is why Amazon is handing their asses over to them. Only reason I buy anything there is if I can pick it up in store or if it/they cost more than 35$.
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I ordered cereal and other regular household items along with these to get it $35
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Stuff like that is why Amazon is handing their asses over to them. Only reason I buy anything there is if I can pick it up in store or if it/they cost more than 35$.
It's actually saving them money...and making us pay for it....Amazon has a different type of business (PLUS yearly costs) but, you can't see that....along with 90% of people in this world. Until Amazon can deliver milk, eggs, cheese, and bread....Walmart has nothing to worry about. Amazon is online...Walmart is B&M tapping into the online market. THEY ARE DIFFERENT!
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Stuff like that is why Amazon is handing their asses over to them. Only reason I buy anything there is if I can pick it up in store or if it/they cost more than 35$.
Last time I checked, I couldn't drop by Amazon and pick my order up...even if I DID know what center was shipping it. Most people just add a few low-cost grocery items to their order to have free shipping. Not that complicated.
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It boggles my mind as to why Walmart won't have pickup in-store or purchase in store for one of their own brands!
I agree - no sale.
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Last time I checked, I couldn't drop by Amazon and pick my order up...even if I DID know what center was shipping it. Most people just add a few low-cost grocery items to their order to have free shipping. Not that complicated.
Amazon locker.
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It's actually saving them money...and making us pay for it....Amazon has a different type of business (PLUS yearly costs) but, you can't see that....along with 90% of people in this world. Until Amazon can deliver milk, eggs, cheese, and bread....Walmart has nothing to worry about. Amazon is online...Walmart is B&M tapping into the online market. THEY ARE DIFFERENT!
Well said.
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now THAT'S a shoebox
From what I can see in the photos they have on the website, these boxes are not shoe box size. They are bigger size than shoe box.

Actually, these boxes are great price at $2 each. I use plastic containers like these (mine are 16 qt size) to organize my fabric stash. I paid $3.50 each at Meijer a few weeks ago.
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