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Gemmy Holiday Inflatables: 78"x63" Penguins & Mailbox EXPIRED

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Tools.Woot has Select Gemmy Holiday Inflatables on sale below for prices starting from $39.99. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free with Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is a flat $6.

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    • Research shows this Gemmy Inflatable Penguins and Mailbox is $30 lower (43% savings) than the next available reputable merchant's price starting at $69.99
    • Research shows Gemmy Inflatable Santa with Sleigh and Reindeer is $47.64 lower (~ 49% savings) than the next available reputable merchant's price starting at $97.63
  • About this product:
    • Includes 90-Day Limited Woot Warranty
    • For indoor or outdoor use
    • Self-inflates in seconds for easy setup
    • Includes stakes and tethers for outdoor setup
    • Deflates for easy storage
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Tools.woot.com [woot.com] has 78" x 63" Gemmy Inflatables Penguins and Mailbox [woot.com] for $39.99 or 5' x 8' Santa with Sleigh and Reindeer [woot.com] for $49.99. Shipping is $6 or free w/ Prime.

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At time of post, our research shows this Gemmy Inflatable Penguins and Mailbox is $30 lower (~ 43% savings) than the next availabe reputable merchant's price starting at $69.99 and the Gemmy Inflatable Santa with Sleigh and Reindeer is $47.64 lower (~ 49% savings) than the next availabe reputable merchant's price starting at $97.63
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Should be $25 tops.
maybe take them down and put them away before the spring? I've used inflatables for years now - but always take it down in the first or second week of January - and they are fine.

One year I put them up before going on vacation - in early November, and kept them on yard until 2nd week of Jan - no issues. I'm in CNJ - so ymmv depending on your grass and climate.

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Should be $25 tops.
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Should be $25 tops.
Just more Woot garbage they try pushing on people
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I did inflatables last year, my yard still hasn't recovered. Enjoy
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I did inflatables last year, my yard still hasn't recovered. Enjoy
I had mine up until March, actually they were buried under 2' of snow until March. Had a lot of dead spots into May. Once I fertilized all the spots went back to normal.
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I had mine up until March, actually they were buried under 2' of snow until March. Had a lot of dead spots into May. Once I fertilized all the spots went back to normal.
It's getting there, only I can tell where they were now. I'm putting them up in the back yard next year for my own enjoyment.
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I did inflatables last year, my yard still hasn't recovered. Enjoy
maybe take them down and put them away before the spring? I've used inflatables for years now - but always take it down in the first or second week of January - and they are fine.

One year I put them up before going on vacation - in early November, and kept them on yard until 2nd week of Jan - no issues. I'm in CNJ - so ymmv depending on your grass and climate.
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Super overpriced !!! Plus bad design/overall look.

Do not waste your money!!
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I did inflatables last year, my yard still hasn't recovered. Enjoy

Not sure what you did !! We do it every year (thanksgivings to new years), never had any problem.
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Are we blaming our bad lawns on inflatables? If so, my whole yard is ALWAYS covered in them. Finally, I have an excuse!
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Not sure what you did !! We do it every year (thanksgivings to new years), never had any problem.
I'm not sure either, but apparently tttf doesn't like no sun for weeks at a time when it was still green all winter. 6a/b. Unusually warm winter and lawn never went dormant
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Anyone find it depressing that decorations are just not creative anymore?
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OMG ..... this appeared on frontpage !!! Unbelievable .....
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