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Lowe's has their 12 gallon (48 quart) Commander totes on sale for $4.98. Price is good through July 8th.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Centrex-...1000140577

FYI, Lowe's tends to roll out their sale prices based on timezones, so if you aren't seeing the $4.98 price, it will likely take effect around midnight in your time zone.
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I agree that they all can't be stacked. I have the Costco version and HDX version, and can tell the Costco version is much better quality. The top seems thinner on the HDX and still has rough ends as well as off gassing. Since they're the same price, I feel like the Costco version is much better.
Costco is 27 gallon for $7.
IMO, the Costco units, these Commanders from Lowe's, Sam's club version, and the HDX ones from Home Depot are all extremely similar in both design and quality. The main difference is the top design which can cause issues if you try to stack totes from different vendors.

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Sweet! I was just going to pick some up at Costco tomorrow for $8 and change because I need them and used all the ones I bought at the last sale. The timing couldn't be better.
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Sweet! I was just going to pick some up at Costco tomorrow for $8 and change because I need them and used all the ones I bought at the last sale. The timing couldn't be better.
It's $7 at Costco
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I picked up these from costco $11.5 for a twin pack of these 12 gallon ones last week
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Sweet! I was just going to pick some up at Costco tomorrow for $8 and change because I need them and used all the ones I bought at the last sale. The timing couldn't be better.
Costco is 27 gallon for $7.
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These might be the knock offs that break easily. Costco's might be worth the extra cost
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These might be the knock offs that break easily. Costco's might be worth the extra cost
IMO, the Costco units, these Commanders from Lowe's, Sam's club version, and the HDX ones from Home Depot are all extremely similar in both design and quality. The main difference is the top design which can cause issues if you try to stack totes from different vendors.
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These might be the knock offs that break easily. Costco's might be worth the extra cost
no these are good quality and stand up to abuse
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Do these get any cheaper? Or should I buy rn?
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IMO, the Costco units, these Commanders from Lowe's, Sam's club version, and the HDX ones from Home Depot are all extremely similar in both design and quality. The main difference is the top design which can cause issues if you try to stack totes from different vendors.
I agree that they all can't be stacked. I have the Costco version and HDX version, and can tell the Costco version is much better quality. The top seems thinner on the HDX and still has rough ends as well as off gassing. Since they're the same price, I feel like the Costco version is much better.
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Costco is 27 gallon for $7.
Thanks for this. I checked the dimensions for this 12 gallon, and it's quite small at 22x16x12.5
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The Costco version is on a coupon deal for $6.99
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Costco ones have better build quality IMO
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These are worth the money, can't see these breaking unless you are really rough with them
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