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    I thought I posted this in this forum but I posted it in the bow forum by mistake . Since bear season is a round the corner if anybody needs a 2 person Ameristep 15 ft ladder stand Wasilla Wal-Mart has one left $89.00 .I ordered it from Bass pro with a free shipping number but they called and said it does not cover Alaska on a 65 lb tree stand but for an extra $99 they would ship it here ( They shouldn't say FREE HIPPING THEN ) Any way Bass pro was $139.00
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    Someone beat me to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    I thought I posted this in this forum but I posted it in the bow forum by mistake . Since bear season is a round the corner if anybody needs a 2 person Ameristep 15 ft ladder stand Wasilla Wal-Mart has one left $89.00 .I ordered it from Bass pro with a free shipping number but they called and said it does not cover Alaska on a 65 lb tree stand but for an extra $99 they would ship it here ( They shouldn't say FREE HIPPING THEN ) Any way Bass pro was $139.00
    Pretty tough for a company to make money shipping 65 lb. boxes for free.
    Sometimes we in the lesser48 forget to stipulate free to the lower 48 only...price of living on planet AK.
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    I do a search every few days to check on sales and shipping specials at Amazon.com. This time last year you could get 18-20' tree stands at discounted rates with free shipping to Alaska. I hate to say it (I rarely shop at Amazon), but if you keep an eye out, Amazon can save you some serious money.


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