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Hampton Bay 11FT Cantilever Offset Umbrella (Clearance - YMMV!)

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Heads up: This is extremely YMMV.

Just stumbled on these 11FT umbrellas on clearance at our local Home Depot (30742). I was actually waiting for these to go on sale as this one is higher rated than the one at Lowe's.

There were dozens with wildly varying prices, starting at $249, for models with MSRP's ranging from $499 to $649.

I scored one for $249 (see photo). It lists the MSRP as $649, though I think it was actually $499. Still, 50% off is a slick deal in my book Wink

Comes with an umbrella base, but you'll have to fill it up with 220lbs of sand yourself.

Hope this helps!

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dbernie41 asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 10:19 AM
07-29-2021 at 10:19 AM
Seasonal section near the front (typically near the garden center entrance/transition.

Good luck!
Jon

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Honestly, $249 is plenty for this.

Also, there seems to be a distinct lack of color green in any of the Umbrellas.
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I was thinking...who paid 500....wow.
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I was thinking...who paid 500....wow.
Apparently 4,934 people did. I doubt any of them have even heard of Slickdeals.

$250 is a good price for something this large. I doubt you'll ever find cheaper.
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In general not a bad price. 50% off isn't that great for a seasonal item, however. I may wait a while to see if it is still available when it drops further.
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Apparently 4,934 people did. I doubt any of them have even heard of Slickdeals.

$250 is a good price for something this large. I doubt you'll ever find cheaper.
Sure you could. I got one for 40 bucks from Amazon Warehouse. It's a knock-off, and I'm not saying it's of comparable quality (I don't know), but it's been fine in my yard for a few months, and has been through several thunderstorms.

For this price, especially full retail, I'd like to see a Sunbrella canopy. Or at least an acrylic-fiber Sunbrella knockoff.
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No go for me, still showing as $499 in northern Cali area
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Anyone have any tips on acquiring 220 pounds of play sand? I've got access to a minivan, but not necessarily a truck.

Good luck!
Jon
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In general not a bad price. 50% off isn't that great for a seasonal item, however. I may wait a while to see if it is still available when it drops further.
Any idea how long we should watch this for the next jump down? I have some stores indicating quantities and "clearance price" but without dollar values.

Good luck!
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Anyone have any tips on acquiring 220 pounds of play sand? I've got access to a minivan, but not necessarily a truck.
You can put that much sand in the back of your minivan. Go to Lowes or Home Depot. They sell 50-pound sacks of play sand for about $4 each. It's in the concrete section.
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Just FYI....Wayfair has 10ft cantilever umbrella with lights on it for around $150 and if it is your first time order, you can get a 10% off discount.
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Quote from The_Love_Spud :
Anyone have any tips on acquiring 220 pounds of play sand? I've got access to a minivan, but not necessarily a truck.

Good luck!
Jon
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Quikr.../206363630
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Anyone have any tips on acquiring 220 pounds of play sand? I've got access to a minivan, but not necessarily a truck.

Good luck!
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I'm not recommending this method, or this umbrella, but it's just six bags. I've carried that much on a tarp in the trunk of my Volvo. Also, can you just fill the base with water instead?

My favorite way of putting in an umbrella is to drive a rod into the ground and staking the umbrella on it, but I don't know if it would work for this one.
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Why not just fill it up with water and some bleach?Peace


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Anyone have any tips on acquiring 220 pounds of play sand? I've got access to a minivan, but not necessarily a truck.

Good luck!
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yea whats wrong w/ water? why not just regular dirt?
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