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How much is a good shovel at Fred Meyers B&M?

RossMAN

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I seriously need to dig out our drive way, our Accord is crying out in pain :(
 

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$10-15, but buy a shovel from Sears instead. The handles are warranteed for life if you buy the Craftsman line.
 

RossMAN

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Originally posted by: dartworth
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Wife just downloaded them to her desktop, I'll post them later.

Damn Sears is far away I think I'll just buy a no name brand shovel for $10.
 

Eli

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lol, yeah.. 10 - 20$ at the most I would imagine.

They very well may be sold out tho. :p
 

RossMAN

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Fortunately our neighbor was nice enough to lend us their shovel.

Shoveling a large driveway and sidewalk isn't as easy as it looks!
 

Mermaidman

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How much was the sex change operation at Fred Meyers B&M? Oh wait--it's just a wig and make-up . . .
 

RossMAN

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Originally posted by: Mermaidman
How much was the sex change operation at Fred Meyers B&M? Oh wait--it's just a wig and make-up . . .
I was able to PM against Safeway using a double coupon which saved me $1, so it only cost $89.
 

Bryophyte

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Cornellius Pass Fred Meyer was sold out. They were about 22 bucks, IIRC. Bi-Mart has two models, both plastic. They were something like 18-22 bucks. They were junk (unless you consider it a one-use-then-trash purchase.) Target had some plastic ones, don't remember the price. Probably sold out by now. Lowe's has a good lightweight metal one with a wooden handle for thirty bucks, with the rest of the garden tools. Should last a long time. We needed a good one, so we got it there.
 

RossMAN

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Originally posted by: Bryophyte
Cornellius Pass Fred Meyer was sold out. They were about 22 bucks, IIRC. Bi-Mart has two models, both plastic. They were something like 18-22 bucks. They were junk (unless you consider it a one-use-then-trash purchase.) Target had some plastic ones, don't remember the price. Probably sold out by now. Lowe's has a good lightweight metal one with a wooden handle for thirty bucks, with the rest of the garden tools. Should last a long time. We needed a good one, so we got it there.
Thanks for the sound advice, I really appreciate it.

A neighbor let us borrow a traditional metal and a plastic shovel. The plastic was made for snow because it the square flat head but it SUCKED at breaking up the ice/snow.

The shovel I borrowed today was also square flat but it was metal, huge difference and perfect for snow.
 

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