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  1. becausemywifecanoperateit

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    awesome sale at wally world in concord.........pennington natures heat for 3.28 a bag!............burn very good!
     

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  2. Dougsey

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    Wow, that's a great price. I'll have to check the WMT here in Epping.
     
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    That is great. I think I was paying 3.68 a bag at Wally in 2005 (beginning of year).
    I am going to have to pick up another 1/2 ton here sometime soon.
     
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    Those prices are a blast from the past. I hope it continues......
     
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    That's awesome, hopefully the heartlands will have come down by mid week, I have to go buy another pallet.
     
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    Where is Wally World, never heard of it, or are you talking about Walmart???
     
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    Yes, we call Walmart that here also. :)

    Thanks! I'm going to swing by my local WM and see what they've got for pellets.
     
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    Ugghh.. $4.94 at Epping WMT.
     
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    wow!
    if there were prices like that around here there would be a stampede at Wallyworld
     
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    Same here in upstate NY. Bummer.
     
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    I'd love to call around to my area stores (Portsmouth, Newington, Somersworth, Rochester), but I find that it is way to painful to get someone on the line who knows what wood pellets are. You really just have to stop by.....which I cannot stand to do within 3 weeks of Christmas!

    Really hoping that big box stores over bought this year and the deals will be there in january (fingers crossed)
     
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    I use to just ask for the outdoor/garden section and seldom had
    a problem.
    Once in a while a new employee answers who is clueless, but
    they get someone on the phone who knows what's up with pellets.

    I wouldn't be one of the herd. I had a couple of years
    of shlepping pellets in my friends and sisters pickup trucks.
    For me, it is so worth spending a little extra to have 3 or 4 tons
    delivered to my home in one drop than to run back and forth
    to the store.
     
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    I agree with ya there zeta, there would be a stampede but I would not
    be a part of it myself. ;-)
    I avoid the stores this time of year as I do not have the patience to deal
    with rude people.

    Getting the winter supply all at once works for me too.
    I have just enough storage space to hold about 3 ton and that should be
    plenty to get me through the winter without needing more. (hopefully)
     
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    I just called Walmart in Concord and the on in Manchester and they quoted me at 4.74 a bag
     
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