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Promoted 07-16-2015 by brisar at 11:08 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: Price drop from $28 to $27

Walmart.com has Intex Queen Elevated Airbed with Built-In Electric Pump (67931W) on Sale for $27 with free site-to-store shipping. Thanks purificada

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Written by brisar

Inflating and deflating of this Air Mattress only takes minutes with the built-in electric pump. - brisar

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Edited July 16, 2015 at 09:54 AM by purificada
The Intex Queen Elevated Airbed with Built-In Electric Pump has a soft plus mattress top.
This helps to create a cozy night's sleep no matter where you lay your head.
A unique inner construction allows you to stay closer to the mattress sides, while the raised height makes it easier to get in and out.

Product in Inches (L x W x H): 17.0 x 80.0 x 60.0

Inflating and deflating only takes minutes with the built-in electric pump. Just plug it into your 120-volt AC household outlet and watch it work. Storage and transport are also simple with the raised airbed. Simply fold the deflated product, put it inside the included carry bag and take it on your next adventure.

A good choice for camping or for just adding extra sleeping space, it is built for long-lasting performance. It is also comfortable enough to help you get some rest. Add this Intex airbed to your gear, or just keep it around the house.

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Last Edited by iceberg11 July 22, 2015 at 02:26 PM
Here's a hotter version of this deal:
Intex Queen Elevated Airbed with Built-In Electric Pump and BONUS Microfiber 4 pc. Sheet Set

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Intex-Q...t/46053917

COMBO IS SAME PRICE AS AIRBED ONLY. Sheet set is $20 by itself, it seems.

This deal is NOT available on normal web browsers. You will NOT be able to add to cart.

This hotter deal is available ONLY ON THE WALMART MOBILE APP.

Search for this combo on the Walmart App and you can add to the cart and check out. I have done this successfully.

http://mobile.walmart.com/ip/Inte...ype=search


Since the combo is no longer available. The airbed by itself is cheaper on Jet.com if you have something else to buy there to make up the $35 threshold for free shipping:

https://jet.com/Intex-Queen-Eleva...51bfc8bc72

$25.65 - $3.78 (may be different for everyone) = $21.87

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#4
for an extra $3, I'd opt in on the 2 year care plan... nothing more annoying than a leaking air bed.
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for an extra $3, I'd opt in on the 2 year care plan... nothing more annoying than a leaking air bed.
I don't think I've ever owned an air mattress that didn't leak after the first two uses, so I would agree with you. The $2 would be worth it.
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Quote from sprintermatt View Post :
for an extra $3, I'd opt in on the 2 year care plan... nothing more annoying than a leaking air bed.
agreed and considering a simialr intex queen airbed front paged for like $42 last month i think $30 with the extra warranty is a hot deal imho.
reps coming your way for the heads up on the warranty Cheers
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How is this 'ideal for camping' when it requires a wall outlet to inflate it? I don't generally find AC wall outlets in the woods.
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Bought one... with warranty... went with in store pick-up - Not available until the 30th. Tthis is one of those things that is nice to have around. And every now and again you have to have one and I'd hate being stuck spending $75 at Target cause I just had to go in and by the day I need it.

Thanks!
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Quote from Edxzxz View Post :
How is this 'ideal for camping' when it requires a wall outlet to inflate it? I don't generally find AC wall outlets in the woods.
This. When considering car camping (which is what I wanted it for). Also the below from the manufacturer:

The Intex Queen Elevated Airbed with Built-In Electric Pump, comes with a built in electric pump. The pump plugs into your 120V AC household outlet, so you cannot use an additional hand held pump.
by Intex Consumer Support7/15/2015
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I bought this inflatable mattress and have used it for 1 year regularly inflated for the grandparents and found it to be really reliable for nightly use by an individual <180 lb. Whenever it gets soft, we'd just replug and pump air for a minute.

I paid $80 at Walmart and this is a great deal.... imo....
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How is this 'ideal for camping' when it requires a wall outlet to inflate it? I don't generally find AC wall outlets in the woods.
I can think of at least three possibilities: AC outlet at campsite. Inverter running off of a vehicle. Portable generator.
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Great to have whenever we have more guests than available beds/couches
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Quote from jiari View Post :
This. When considering car camping (which is what I wanted it for). Also the below from the manufacturer:

The Intex Queen Elevated Airbed with Built-In Electric Pump, comes with a built in electric pump. The pump plugs into your 120V AC household outlet, so you cannot use an additional hand held pump.
by Intex Consumer Support7/15/2015
I use a jump starter with 120V outlet to drive the pump in the woods...
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I can think of at least three possibilities: AC outlet at campsite. Inverter running off of a vehicle. Portable generator.
ohhhhh so you mean for glamping, not camping..
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I use a jump starter with 120V outlet to drive the pump in the woods...
How long does it take to inflate if you don't mind me asking. That does seem like a viable option (though I don't typically like to carry an extra deadweight car camping if I can avoid it).
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