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Great Online Deals of 2019


TJ B · · Lakewood · Joined May 2012 · Points: 26
Shawn Adrian wrote: Backcountry got a shipment of Totem cams in.  Even the elusive black is currently in stock . . .

Make sure to mention active junky or some other bullshit that’ll get these people 5% off. They are only interested in great monetary value deals. In my opinion, I think full price with free two day shipping on really hard to find items is better than a deal on Totems that you have to wait weeks for. But these bitches want their 25% off! 

TJ Brannen · · Colorado Springs · Joined Sep 2016 · Points: 75
Shawn Adrian wrote: Backcountry got a shipment of Totem cams in.  Even the elusive black is currently in stock . . .

Say no more.

Matt N · · Santa Barbara, CA · Joined Oct 2010 · Points: 337
TJ B wrote:

Make sure to mention active junky or some other bullshit that’ll get these people 5% off. They are only interested in great monetary value deals. In my opinion, I think full price with free two day shipping on really hard to find items is better than a deal on Totems that you have to wait weeks for. But these bitches want their 25% off! 

its actually 8% with ActiveJunky right now, and backcountry gives you 20% your first order (or they were - can't find the link now) - feel free to send me the extra $21.90 per cam, though. I'm patient, and cams aren't something that you buy often, so why not wait "weeks" for a deal? 


Oh and campsaver has them for slightly less right now (SPSV2020 code), no AJ cashback though, so BC nets cheaper still

wow, and just like that - Totems are selling out and campsaver and BC are not allowing coupons. Congrats to those who got their orders in early!
Señor Arroz · · LA, CA · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 10

Never thought I'd say this but Amazon has DMM offset nuts for $56 right now.  That's a really good deal. 

petzl logic · · Montreal, QC · Joined Aug 2013 · Points: 0
Señor Arroz wrote: Never thought I'd say this but Amazon has DMM offset nuts for $56 right now.  That's a really good deal. 

same at bc now

Señor Arroz · · LA, CA · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 10
petzl logic wrote:

same at bc now

That's even better, then, with ActiveJunky.

Cole D · · Los Angeles · Joined Sep 2017 · Points: 15
https://www.kailasgear.com/nuco-cam_p2220.html

Looks like Nuco Basics are back in stock at Kailas?
Sam Cieply · · Venice, CA · Joined Jun 2016 · Points: 30
Cole D wrote: https://www.kailasgear.com/nuco-cam_p2220.html

Looks like Nuco Basics are back in stock at Kailas?

$92 cams that ship from China are not a great deal.

F loyd · · Kennewick, WA · Joined Mar 2018 · Points: 366
Sam Cieply wrote:

$92 cams that ship from China are not a great deal.

Someone needs to look at the 2018 deals thread

Señor Arroz · · LA, CA · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 10

Both REI and Moosejaw have the Garmin Inreach Mini and Inreach Explorer+ for $50 off. Normally I wouldn't consider that a great online deal but these things never seem to go on sale. Seems like ActiveJunky is excluded on Garmin at MJ but you do get MJ bucks for the purchase. REI doesn't give dividend on sale items.

(Edited to add that MJ seems to have still given me ActiveJunky credit for the purchase.)

Christian Hesch · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Aug 2017 · Points: 6
Sam Cieply wrote:

Then be a mensch and repost Noah Bratschi's deal code. I've already got it and still wouldn't qualify this as a screamin' deal.

$46/cam with free shipping (if ya buy at least 5-6 cams)? Can someone tell me where I can get a better deal?

Señor Arroz · · LA, CA · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 10
Christian Hesch wrote:

$46/cam with free shipping (if ya buy at least 5-6 cams)? Can someone tell me where I can get a better deal?

It's a good deal but the one time I ordered from Kailas China they lost my package (tracking showed it stuck in the port of Los Angeles) for two months. 

Sam Cieply · · Venice, CA · Joined Jun 2016 · Points: 30

Christian Hesch wrote:

$46/cam with free shipping (if ya buy at least 5-6 cams)? Can someone tell me where I can get a better deal?

Fair enough. Here's the code again for anyone who missed it last time:

Katelyn Fallentine · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2018 · Points: 0

BD Mondo Crash Pad $244.97 (30% off) and free shipping at Al's Sporting Goods if you use the codes SPRING20 and EXTRA10

https://www.als.com/Black-Diamond-Mondo-Crash-Pad/bdequi-crash_pad_mondo/Product

F loyd · · Kennewick, WA · Joined Mar 2018 · Points: 366
Señor Arroz wrote:

It's a good deal but the one time I ordered from Kailas China they lost my package (tracking showed it stuck in the port of Los Angeles) for two months. 

Damn, sucks. I got everything I ordered, alot faster than I thought it would take too. 

mike h · · Denver, CO · Joined Jun 2010 · Points: 20
Cole D wrote: https://www.kailasgear.com/nuco-cam_p2220.html

Looks like Nuco Basics are back in stock at Kailas?

Appealing, but what's going on with the size selection on their site? The specs table shows the normal (non-hybrid) sizes as 1.3, 1.6, 2.0, and 2.4. But the choices for adding to cart are 1.65, 1.9, 2.0, 2.4??

Caleb Schwarz · · Colorado Springs, CO · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 125
mike h wrote:

Appealing, but what's going on with the size selection on their site? The specs table shows the normal (non-hybrid) sizes as 1.3, 1.6, 2.0, and 2.4. But the choices for adding to cart are 1.65, 1.9, 2.0, 2.4??

I was noticing the same thing. Very confusing

Timothy Prime · · Plainville. CT · Joined Jul 2016 · Points: 0

Backcountry.com has a 20% off one full price item coupon running and Totem cams are in stock. It doesn't apply in cart, but if you ask a gearhead, they'll put it in on the totems.... 

Scored a black totem for $66.36

A Johnson · · Atascadero · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 230

You must have the magic touch. I was denied the reduced price. Gearhead said it doesn't apply to climbing gear.

Davis Badger · · Colorado Springs, CO · Joined Jul 2017 · Points: 274

Don't wanna bring up Alpenglow again, but if you didn't make an account for their rewards program, you should. You get 50 points ($5) for making an account another 50 points on your birthday, 1 point for every 1$ you spend (or spent), and a bunch for liking/following their social media. Just carrying over from my purchase back a few weeks ago and a convenient birthday I was easily able to get 250 points (25$) and pick up a couple racking biners and slings for the price of shipping

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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