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Costco Members: Timber Ridge Yurt Glamping Tent (13.5' x 13.5' x 98")

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Timber Ridge Yurt Glamping Tent (13.5' x 13.5' x 98") for $219.99. Shipping is free.

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  • About this product:
    • Constructed of 150D polyester
    • Reinforced door allows for extra wide opening
    • 2 peak vents, 3 windows, and 4 ground vents
    • Windows are designed with two-way zippers, allowing the user to open or close the rain covers from inside the tent
    • Includes two organizer pockets, attachable tablet pocket, and hanging hook accessory
    • Aspirational glamping teepee design
    • Dimensions: 13.5'x 13.5' x 98" (H)
    • Weighs 28.11 pounds
    • Includes carry bag, stakes, & steel poles
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Costco Members: Timber Ridge Yurt Glamping Tent $219.99

Features:
Constructed of Durable 150D Polyester
Reinforced Door for Extra Wide Opening
Two Peak Vents and Three Mesh Windows
Windows are Designed with Two-way Zippers

https://www.costco.com/timber-rid...57270.html
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So all things considered, this is a nice buy if "glamping" (glamorous camping) is what you're after.

For 2-4 people (and a less "aspirational" look, imo), there's the walmart one that I actually consider more practical. Easy setup, and there is no center pole. At 12'x12' it should easily sleep 4 very comfortably. Ozark Teepee [walmart.com].

Guide gear also has some teepee tents, but they have a center pole. They come in brown-ish (regular [sportsmansguide.com]) and green-ish (deluxe) [sportsmansguide.com].

Lastly, at this price-point I'd suggest something a little more "practical", particularly the cabin style tents. Adding a string of lights and a cool/aesthetic rug at the entrance is usually all you need to glamp it up.
There's the instant type that I'd recommend the most, such as the Coleman Skylodge 6p [coleman.com] and the Ozark Trail 8-Person Instant Hexagon [walmart.com].
Less practical are the kind that you have to set up with someone else's help, like the Coleman 4p Evergreen [coleman.com], Coleman Skydome 6p [coleman.com], Ozark Trail 5-Person Dome Tent [walmart.com], and a very complicated (yet pretty cool-looking) Ozark Trail 15' x 15' 9-Person Lighted Sphere Tent [walmart.com].

Stick with a tent that has enough height for an average person to stand in (figure about 6'), as it's the most important part of glamping. These tents will all have a footprint that's a little bigger, but mind that you could run in to space issues at your actual camping site. Really, the only reason not to go too big on your tent is for campsite selection. Try to stay away from tents with an interior pole (unless the interior is huge), because it won't be fun when you knock it over while doing "drunk couples yoga".
Because it's posted on slickdeals? ;-)

Most things posted for Costco are just list price deals. I have no idea why people post them.
A glamping tent usually uses Cotton(or mixture).
The cotton tent is heavier than Polyester, but It more comfortable to sleep in.
That's why those are expensive.

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Why is this a slickdeal?
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Why is this a slickdeal?
Because it's posted on slickdeals? ;-)

Most things posted for Costco are just list price deals. I have no idea why people post them.
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Because it's posted on slickdeals? ;-)

Most things posted for Costco are just list price deals. I have no idea why people post them.
Most post them because they are a better deal then buying them anywhere else. In this case, I don't know if this is "a deal" or not.
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Costco Members: Timber Ridge Yurt Glamping Tent $219.99

Features:
Constructed of Durable 150D Polyester
Reinforced Door for Extra Wide Opening
Two Peak Vents and Three Mesh Windows
Windows are Designed with Two-way Zippers

https://www.costco.com/timber-rid...57270.html
Thanks for the heads up, OP!
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For those wondering why OP posted this as a slick deal - similar products on the market currently run $500+. At $220 I'll agree it's slick.
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What is a "Glamping" tent? Glamored camping?
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For those wondering why OP posted this as a slick deal - similar products on the market currently run $500+. At $220 I'll agree it's slick.
I see similar-looking ones on Amazon for $500-ish, but they're canvas, and have holes for stovepipes and stuff. This one is polyester, and just looks like an impractical tent with less headroom. On the plus side, this does have "Aspirational glamping teepee design."
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What is a "Glamping" tent? Glamored camping?
Exactly. It's a thing - Google it. Essentially it's luxurious/glamorous camping, the opposite of roughing it, but still being out in nature. It's actually not a terrible way to spend a weekend, and camping, glamping, overlanding, RV-ing, etc. all got really popular over COVID. So these kinds of things have been selling for a premium.
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A glamping tent usually uses Cotton(or mixture).
The cotton tent is heavier than Polyester, but It more comfortable to sleep in.
That's why those are expensive.
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A glamping tent usually uses Cotton(or mixture).
The cotton tent is heavier than Polyester, but It more comfortable to sleep in.
That's why those are expensive.
You'll be in deep water when it rains then?
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You'll be in deep water when it rains then?
Hey, did you know that the Yankees don't wear cotton jerseys?
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Anyone know if this is a 4 season tent? I don't see it on the Costco website.
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