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Walmart has 1,000-Piece Buffalo Games Charles Wysocki The Sea Buglers Jigsaw Puzzle on sale for $8.18. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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$10 is a good deal on any Buffalo 1000 piece any day. Anything under that and it's time to stock up.

Charles W puzzles are also some of the best and most interesting to put together in my opinion.

Regular price is usually $15ish with some a little less and some a lot more. I never buy these over $20 but I miss some i'd love to have because they don't seem to come down.

The only time I've seen these drop below $8 has been clearance ymmv or in store only limited quantities.
My grandpa had over 15 thousand puzzles that took up nearly all of his basement when he passed away... He would arrange them by year and every other year he would do them all over again, from 2 years prior...when he passed away we had a giveaway for avid puzzlers... Over a hundred people arrived that day for puzzles. It was pretty crazy yet great at the same time

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$10 is a good deal on any Buffalo 1000 piece any day. Anything under that and it's time to stock up.

Charles W puzzles are also some of the best and most interesting to put together in my opinion.

Regular price is usually $15ish with some a little less and some a lot more. I never buy these over $20 but I miss some i'd love to have because they don't seem to come down.

The only time I've seen these drop below $8 has been clearance ymmv or in store only limited quantities.
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Very good price. Repped.
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Agree with above. I am an avid puzzler (over 25 1000-piece puzzles during 2020) and quite enjoy the Charles Wysocki ones. Scoop at this price. Very nice gift for folks who can't get out/seniors.
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What do u guys do with puzzles after they are finished? I mean, we can't frame ALL of them...
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Thanks OP. Really bad reviews on Amazon, so just make sure you want this!

Deb Kissinger
1.0 out of 5 stars Pieces did not fit easily.
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2020
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The pieces to the puzzle were not well cut. Several pieces could fit in different places. This meant that an area had to be put together, and taken apart because something was not correct. This took the enjoyment out of it. I love Charles Wysoki puzzles, but the company that cut this one did not do a good job at all

YardBird Mary
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst puzzle I have bought during the pandemic.
Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2020
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Many missing pieces and some pieces that don't fit. Extra pieces that should fit in the last hole, but won't. I have bought 10 puzzles during this pandemic and this is the only one I have had issues with. I will not buy this brand again. Very disappointing.
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What do u guys do with puzzles after they are finished? I mean, we can't frame ALL of them...
My grandpa had over 15 thousand puzzles that took up nearly all of his basement when he passed away... He would arrange them by year and every other year he would do them all over again, from 2 years prior...when he passed away we had a giveaway for avid puzzlers... Over a hundred people arrived that day for puzzles. It was pretty crazy yet great at the same time
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Thanks OP. Really bad reviews on Amazon, so just make sure you want this!

Deb Kissinger
1.0 out of 5 stars Pieces did not fit easily.
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2020
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The pieces to the puzzle were not well cut. Several pieces could fit in different places. This meant that an area had to be put together, and taken apart because something was not correct. This took the enjoyment out of it. I love Charles Wysoki puzzles, but the company that cut this one did not do a good job at all

YardBird Mary
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst puzzle I have bought during the pandemic.
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Many missing pieces and some pieces that don't fit. Extra pieces that should fit in the last hole, but won't. I have bought 10 puzzles during this pandemic and this is the only one I have had issues with. I will not buy this brand again. Very disappointing.
ive done like 5 or 6 of this brand puzzles made by the same company, same cut, with the same artist.

they are hands down my absolute favorite puzzles to do. the pieces fit as well as any other puzzle ive done and ive never had missing pieces. sounds like these reviewers have a bone to pick or something. the wysocki artist guy makes some really fun art that lends itself really well to puzzles.
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What do u guys do with puzzles after they are finished? I mean, we can't frame ALL of them...
you should tell my girlfriend that, lol. she wants to glue every single one. the stack is getting out of hand!

personally i like taking them down and putting them back in the box... after a few years and a dozen or so puzzles, youll forget you even did it and you can do it again!!!
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ive done like 5 or 6 of this brand puzzles made by the same company, same cut, with the same artist.

they are hands down my absolute favorite puzzles to do. the pieces fit as well as any other puzzle ive done and ive never had missing pieces. sounds like these reviewers have a bone to pick or something. the wysocki artist guy makes some really fun art that lends itself really well to puzzles.
I'm thinking the authors of those low reviews just got a bad batch.
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you should tell my girlfriend that, lol. she wants to glue every single one. the stack is getting out of hand!

personally i like taking them down and putting them back in the box... after a few years and a dozen or so puzzles, youll forget you even did it and you can do it again!!!
I have a trick that doesn't involve glue: Basically, you put the puzzle together on a big piece of cardboard (I used unfolded boxes), then when it's finished, put another big piece over top of it, then flip it over (might want to use alligator clips or something on each side, just to be safe!), set it back down, remove top piece of cardboard and tape the back together with clear packing tape. If you press down firmly enough or use a rolling pin or something similar, the tape shouldn't unstick. Voila! Ready to frame, plus it's a little flexible Smilie
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you should tell my girlfriend that, lol. she wants to glue every single one. the stack is getting out of hand!

personally i like taking them down and putting them back in the box... after a few years and a dozen or so puzzles, youll forget you even did it and you can do it again!!!
Can't you just take a photo of the completed puzzles and let them scroll through one of those "digital picture frames"?
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I thought it said "Sea Burglars". I was trying to figure out what Sea Burglars were. By the way, what is a Sea Bugler? I don't see any bugles in the picture.
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What do u guys do with puzzles after they are finished? I mean, we can't frame ALL of them...
I purchased dollartree glue and use it as puzzle glue. The plan is to use them as a throwaway mat once summer comes for my outdoor bar. I disemmbled one puzzle and "framed" the first one I did but have no intention to hang it up.
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