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Woosenheimer 06-11-2009 02:28 PM

sierra question
 
Does anybody know if sierrasnowboarding.com will mark their clothing back down to 70% off this summer? It was discounted like that for a while and two days ago I found a jacket on there I wanted for 70% off, and I got on there last night and it was only 50% off. Normally I would give a shit but its an expensive jacket and it had about a $100 difference. Any info on how their sales normally run would be appriciated. :cool:

jimster716 06-11-2009 02:46 PM

They're busy with their 80% off summer clothing sale. They may or may not bring back the 70% off snow clothing but there's no set schedule...if there was nobody would ever buy anything until the sale and retailers would never make any money. Who knows, maybe in August they'll have a blowout sale on 08-09 stuff to make room for the 09-10 stuff.

killclimbz 06-11-2009 03:08 PM

They'll probably have a sale. The question is will it still be in stock, and will that item get marked down with a better discount? If it's already 50% off now, that's a pretty good deal. You would probably be better served just pulling the trigger.

Woosenheimer 06-11-2009 03:42 PM

I was asking because people earlier this year on here that they were about to have a sale on snowboards towards the end of the season because they had the same sale a year before. If i needed a jacket i would buy it now but I dont need it. I was just going to buy it because it was such a good deal. Also, i didntmean to post this in location reviews...im an idiot


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