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Sam's Club Members: Lifetime 8' x 17.5' Dual-Entry Storage Shed EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has (for Sam's Club members), Lifetime 8' x 17.5' Dual-Entry Storage Shed (60213) on sale for $1999. Shipping is free.

Thanks to community member dnorris68 for finding this deal.

Note: If you are not a member, you may purchase a Membership for $45 which (through 3/7) includes a Bonus $45 Sam's Club Gift Card [More Info].

About this Product:
  • Dual-entry doors, 2 windows
  • Two 90"x9" shelves, 1 tool pouch
  • 2 sets of decorative shutters, ridge-length skylight
  • Floor and installation hardware included

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    • Our research indicates that this price for Lifetime 8' x 17.5' Dual-Entry Storage Shed (60213) is $491 lower (19.7% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $2489.95 at the time of this research. -brisar
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Lifetime 17.5' x 8' Rough Cut Dual-Entry Outdoor Storage Shed on sale for $1999. regular price $2399 - On Sale through March 28th but will probably sell out before then.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/8x17-s...product_28

Store: Sam's Club

I like many was on the fence about purchasing the last shed deal the 15x8 for 1599 and by the time I had decided it sold out. If you search Sam's clubs website it says sold out but when you click on the product and go to the individual page I was able to purchase it.

Description
Lifetime's 8-foot wide Outdoor Storage Sheds are the perfect solution to your storage needs. Built with durable, dual-wall high-density polyethylene, our sheds are steel reinforced and low maintenance. With various features including shatterproof windows, skylights, custom shelving and more, a Lifetime Shed is a perfect addition to your backyard.
​Please check your local HOA, zoning laws and site dimensions for shed use and installation requirements. Site prep and foundation are required but not included. See link below for more details.

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Specifications
Two 90" x 9" shelves
Side entry double door with windows
Door latch: slider with lock
Ridge skylight entire length of roof
6 trusses
Comes with a tool storage pouch
Wall color: Desert Sand
12 wall hooks
2 polycarbonate windows
Window Size: 16.5" x 16.5"
10-year limited warranty
Warranty
10 Year Limited Warranty

Assembled Country
USA
Assembled Size
204"L x 96"W x 96"H

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USA

https://www.samsclub.com/p/8x17-s...product_28
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This deal is Ok, but you can do better pricewise by buying the 15x8 dual entry on sale, plus the 2.5' extension ($300 regular price from walmart, forgot the sale price).

Also note this is the older style of lifetime shed. The newer style might be worth waiting for, when it goes on sale.
One thing to note, given the SQ footage, some localities MAY require you to get a PERMIT for this.

Mine requires one for any "structure" over 100sq/ft, so I'm aiming to get a 12'x8' to stay just under that limit.

YMMV.... Check with your town, if you are unsure.
Ours is 200 sq ft that kicks you up to the level you need a building permit which is based on sq footage not a flat fee. Had a shed delivered (as in one piece, no "building" going on) and had to get a "building" permit for it. Permits are government cash grabs, pure and simple.

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This deal is Ok, but you can do better pricewise by buying the 15x8 dual entry on sale, plus the 2.5' extension ($300 regular price from walmart, forgot the sale price).

Also note this is the older style of lifetime shed. The newer style might be worth waiting for, when it goes on sale.
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10 year warranty is a good Lifetime.
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This deal is Ok, but you can do better pricewise by buying the 15x8 dual entry on sale, plus the 2.5' extension ($300 regular price from walmart, forgot the sale price).

Also note this is the older style of lifetime shed. The newer style might be worth waiting for, when it goes on sale.
Have a link? Can't seem to find
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One thing to note, given the SQ footage, some localities MAY require you to get a PERMIT for this.

Mine requires one for any "structure" over 100sq/ft, so I'm aiming to get a 12'x8' to stay just under that limit.

YMMV.... Check with your town, if you are unsure.
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Quote from fsx100 :
One thing to note, given the SQ footage, some localities MAY require you to get a PERMIT for this.

Mine requires one for any "structure" over 100sq/ft, so I'm aiming to get a 12'x8' to stay just under that limit.

YMMV.... Check with your town, if you are unsure.
Ours is 200 sq ft that kicks you up to the level you need a building permit which is based on sq footage not a flat fee. Had a shed delivered (as in one piece, no "building" going on) and had to get a "building" permit for it. Permits are government cash grabs, pure and simple.
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This deal is Ok, but you can do better pricewise by buying the 15x8 dual entry on sale, plus the 2.5' extension ($300 regular price from walmart, forgot the sale price).

Also note this is the older style of lifetime shed. The newer style might be worth waiting for, when it goes on sale.
Link?
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10 year warranty is a good Lifetime.
Then we recycle it? Smilie
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I have the 12.5x8. pos I wouldn't buy lifetime again. Leaks like ass if you live in rainy states. Next time I'm building a real shed
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Yep. Kinda like all those troublesome electrical grid regulations, and floodplain building restrictions that Texas is too smart to participate in! The free market knows best, and regulations cost money without providing any benefit; Right?? Plus why bother spending any money on those things when you can just get the Federal Government to bail you out again and again and again when it turns out that the "Free Market" got it wrong when they were too busy maximizing profits and passing the buck down the line??
Actually, the problem in texas is not deregulation, which never happened, but the legalized oligopoly that forces customers into a handful of possible electrical choices, and worse, forces this companies to buy from wholesalers sometimes not even in-state. The REAL solution is full decentralized power generation and storage, with most buildings outfitted with solar panels and battery storage.

As for the flood plains in Houston, this is not an example of regulation being a solution, either. People love to blame the lack of zoning laws, but that is flat out wrong. The real problem is that the government of Texas and Houston has failed to build sufficient drainage, despite knowing for more than a *century* that the town is built on a flood plain. No amount of zoning laws will change that or improve the situation.

Both are failures of governance, NOT markets. There is no free market in Texas.

But there should be no bailouts, on that I agree.
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By how much will this increase your property taxes?
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Sorry I am not aware of a current sale on the 15x8 dual entry version, so I cannot provide a link. But the 15x8 regularly goes on sale, you can see a history of the past sales for that model by searching lifetime on slickdeals.

Here is the link to the 2.5 foot extension at Walmart, not on sale:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lifeti...d/15443103

But just for comparison, you can buy the 12.5 x 8 lifetime shed from walmart, not on sale, and then just buy two of the 2.5 foot extensions to resize it up to 17.5 x 8. The 12.5 x 8 is sold out but walmart's regular price is just $1,144.43, so you are still saving even though it's regular non-sale price. But keep in mind, this is not a dual entry.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lifeti...2/21293627

My main point is that you should not be wowed by the bigger dimensions of Lifetime sheds, because that's just a matter of adding extensions in these modular lifetime sheds.

And for comparison, here is a picture showing the update styling of the newer models. I'm holding out for another sale on the 15 x 8 dual entry in the updated style (it was already on sale a month or so ago):


https://www.lifetime.com/imagecac...dda0c2.jpg
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Actually, the problem in texas is not deregulation, which never happened, but the legalized oligopoly that forces customers into a handful of possible electrical choices, and worse, forces this companies to buy from wholesalers sometimes not even in-state. The REAL solution is full decentralized power generation and storage, with most buildings outfitted with solar panels and battery storage.

As for the flood plains in Houston, this is not an example of regulation being a solution, either. People love to blame the lack of zoning laws, but that is flat out wrong. The real problem is that the government of Texas and Houston has failed to build sufficient drainage, despite knowing for more than a *century* that the town is built on a flood plain. No amount of zoning laws will change that or improve the situation.

Both are failures of governance, NOT markets. There is no free market in Texas.

But there should be no bailouts, on that I agree.
So regulation as in being part of either interconnection would not have helped...?
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