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When can I expect to start seeing these type of sales? What are some good places to look, both online and instore? Thanks
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When can I expect to start seeing these type of sales? What are some good places to look, both online and instore? Thanks
I know REI's started a while ago so most of their good stuff is gone.
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I got my board in the middle of August at 70% off. The previous season model.

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Yea there are sales going on all over the place. Evo.com, Trusnow.com, Dogfunk.com, daddiesboardshop.com, REI.com pretty much everywhere.
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Ditto what everyone else said, one thing to look at too is doing a google search for the product and then see if evo.com or another price matching retailers has it. I ended up getting my board a month ago and saved almost $200 that way.

Only drawback though it that sales have been going for a while now, so sizes/styles are getting sparse. Good luck!
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Yea there are sales going on all over the place. Evo.com, Trusnow.com, Dogfunk.com, daddiesboardshop.com, REI.com pretty much everywhere.
+1 on evo.com They have some of the lowest prices in the internet. I just bought new Flow NXT-AT's for $195. I checked everywhere and they definitely have the cheapest prices especially on 2010/11 gear. REI sucks. I was there yesterday at the flagship store in Denver with the gf looking for new snowboard pants for her. There is a lot of stuff on clearance but selection is not great by any means.
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Pretty Low Prices!!

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Thats the first time I've seen Low Prices + The House in the same sentence.

Decent prices on some stuff here (40%?) Snowboards at ActionVillage.com : Boards, Boots, Bindings, Goggles, and Snow Gear

Good price on the 390s

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My GF got her Burton board 50% off, bindings 30% off, and boots 40% off at a local shop. That was much better than evo.com or some of the other sites at the time (end of Feb). It might be tough now depending on the store to find good deals since a lot of them have moved the snow stuff into storage. I'd say online is probably your best bet.
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