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I know of people that buy bins from home depot and what not does anyone know where Walmart does that in GA?

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^^ that sums up my thoughts on this post.

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Huh?

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que estas diciendo??

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Did i miss an inside joke or something?

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Lol.... Oh I see, it's sqirmin , incognito ...

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It depends if it's a leap year or not. Try calling customer service and asking about it applying to Shimano products. The one on Government Way is open late. Also, I love my new Chronarch Ci4+. If all else fails use a wacky rigged senko. Hope this helps out.

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Lol. He is talking about outlet stores that buy "seconds" from big box stores and sells extremely cheap. We have a few in our area.

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^^ it still doesn't make a bit of sense. Santana spent to much time fishing instead of getting his edumacatcion.

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My probable answer would be yes, no, maybe, absatootly, and I guess so. But don't take my word for it, I'm just a dumb ole fisherman. I don't know from squat.

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There are places where you can buy bins of reels for a bulk price. They are returns or damage items... I had a few typos in my last post, my mistake, dang..

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I get you now bud. I'm sure they do there is a site that does that with the fen wick/ Abu corporation

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There are places where you can buy bins of reels for a bulk price. They are returns or damage items... I had a few typos in my last post, my mistake, dang..

Take it all with a grain of salt and laugh it off. Cabin fever has set in for most of us ;)

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Maybe over in commerce or in the Roswell area, that's my best guess anyway

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No, never head of Wal-Mart selling "bins" of one or more types of anything like you can get at Home Depot or Lowe's.

 

You can ask your local store in Georgia and let us know what you find out.

 

Good luck.

 

Using some correct grammar the sentence should read as follows:           

I know of people that buy bins from Home Depot and what not. Does anyone know where Wal-Mart does that in Georgia?

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And by the way, our local LSU chapter scored a "bin" of used lumber from Lowe's about 12 years ago to build our Richmond Mardi Gras float using Coonass Engineering.

 

We are still using the lumber today which cost us only 25% of its retail cost and the float has not fallen apart... yet.

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If you can get two for the price of three and throw one back, keep the change, and above all, don't leave a tip. After all, it's 15% you know. That's just not right. Otherwise, I say, go for it.

Hootie

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There is a local warehouse company in my area that processes all the Walmart returns. The couple times I've tried negotiating with a Walmart store manager I've found that they are pretty limited in their authority to dicker. Best look elsewhere for the type of deal you mentioned.  

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santana, look on craigslist in the atlanta and surrounding area postings.  there are some wholesalers on there that sell what you speak of.  based on the number of shakespeare items i've seen in the posts, it is probably safe to say they buy from WalMart.

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