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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-01-2015, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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YETI COOLERS

Where is the cheapest place to buy a Yeti Cooler????? Thanks for the replys...
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Re: YETI COOLERS

Don't think cheap and yeti can be used in same sentence

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Not sure if any where is cheaper, they are never on sale. Look into Pelican coolers just as good for less.
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Not sure if any where is cheaper, they are never on sale. Look into Pelican coolers just as good for less.
This I agree with. Yeti may have started with these type of coolers but all the companies make them now and don't ask yeti's high prices

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Re: YETI COOLERS

Way overrated...you can buy a lot of ice for 400 bucks..
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Don't think cheap and yeti can be used in same sentence
Hit nail on Head!
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Way overrated...you can buy a lot of ice for 400 bucks..
That's all well and good as long as you have an ice source.
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Way overrated...you can buy a lot of ice for 400 bucks..
That's all well and good as long as you have an ice source.
And if you don't use a lot of ice. Say a bag is $2.00 and you use 2 bags a day, in 100 days the cooler has paid for itself. By the time we go to the beach, go to the mountains, and keep beer on ice throughout the summer I easily use over that amount of ice in a year. The cooler itself should last a lifetime.

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check these out also. http://www.orcacoolers.com/
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post #10 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-18-2015, 12:40 PM
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How can you use 2 bags of ice per day? Do you let the lid up? You also need ice in the high priced coolers just not as often? I think once someone gets it in their mind to buy a newer type cooler they are going to do it regardless of what anyone says? They are just looking for someone to agree with them on their decision. Another thing to consider is when traveling or on a hunting or fishing trip where you may be away from camp for several hours to all day someone may be more likely to STEAL a yeti or such cooler?
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