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    REI Dividend...

    I've got $250 and a 20% off coupon to use by the 15th. What should I buy?

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    Gortex tooth cover? Make sure it's moisture-wicking.

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    For the R&I!
    The ultimate in camping cuisine, the Yukon stove brings the power of your kitchen to the campsite.
    •Ideal for RV traveling, car camping, the home patio or part of an emergency preparedness kit
    •448- sq. in. of cooking surface provides ample space for pots and pans
    •Two 30,000 BTU burners with individual low, medium and high adjustability give the chef complete control to boil, grill, simmer and saute
    •Three-sided windscreen increases efficiency by reducing the effect of wind
    •Legs are individually adjustable to ensure a level cooking surface on uneven ground
    •Sets up and breaks down quickly for convenient transportation
    •Propane fuel tank sold separately
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn View Post
    For the R&I!
    The ultimate in camping cuisine, the Yukon stove brings the power of your kitchen to the campsite.
    •Ideal for RV traveling, car camping, the home patio or part of an emergency preparedness kit
    •448- sq. in. of cooking surface provides ample space for pots and pans
    •Two 30,000 BTU burners with individual low, medium and high adjustability give the chef complete control to boil, grill, simmer and saute
    •Three-sided windscreen increases efficiency by reducing the effect of wind
    •Legs are individually adjustable to ensure a level cooking surface on uneven ground
    •Sets up and breaks down quickly for convenient transportation
    •Propane fuel tank sold separately
    I have one of these already...best camp stove ever...



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    I'd go with a nekid maid service. I don't know if REI offers that, but in Lubbock you can get one maid for $100/hr or two for $150/hr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicewookie View Post
    I'd go with a nekid maid service. I don't know if REI offers that, but in Lubbock you can get one maid for $100/hr or two for $150/hr.
    Thats a long drive to get your house cleaned. If I only had a mobile home.....

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    Since you already have all the outdoorsy hippy crap that you need, you should take me on a shopping spree.


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    Just an idea....REI can order from QBP and BTI. So even if they don't stock a certain component, you can still order almost any components through them. (Except Chris King)

    Mind you, You won't be able to get 20% off, if it's not a regularly stocked part. However, you can use your dividend if you did order a special item from QBP or BTI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky_skunk View Post
    Just an idea....REI can order from QBP and BTI. So even if they don't stock a certain component, you can still order almost any components through them. (Except Chris King)

    Mind you, You won't be able to get 20% off, if it's not a regularly stocked part. However, you can use your dividend if you did order a special item from QBP or BTI.
    Also (if memory serves) you should get dividend credit for next year, as long as you get charged normal price on the item.

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