Free Shipping @ Cabelas!


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Stover954rr
October 12, 2011, 06:34 PM
Hey guys,
I just loaded up on reloading supplies for winter. Ordered a ton of powder, primers and bullets and only paid the $20 hazmat fee!

Coupon code is: WOCTOBER

Hope this helps some of you.

FYI i checked their prices vs. midway and natchez.... saved a bunch!
~stover

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glenns
October 12, 2011, 07:01 PM
Hard to believe Cabela's would be cheaper...

Stover954rr
October 12, 2011, 11:14 PM
I know, i am so psyched I checked before checking out my cart at Natchez... I literally made a cart of the exact same items at midway, natchez, and cabelas.
Midway: $832
Natchez: $760
Cabelas: $680

biga972
October 13, 2011, 09:45 AM
I just stocked up on primers from grafs and they where a little better than cabelas for me with no tax and little better prices on primers.

der Teufel
October 13, 2011, 10:16 AM
It appears Cabela's is having a sale on reloading supplies right now. I am not sure when it ends -- (end of this month ??). I went in for some bullets and was surprised at the price. I bought extra. I also had a 10% discount coupon they had sent to me in the mail so I departed in a very happy mood.

spclpatrolgroup
October 13, 2011, 04:51 PM
Is this going on at their retail stores as well, I will be passing by one tomorrow, and might have to stop in.

der Teufel
October 13, 2011, 07:19 PM
I found the retail store near me to have the same sale price for bullets as they've posted on their web page. That was about ten days ago in my case.

jfremder
October 14, 2011, 07:59 AM
Is this going on at their retail stores as well, I will be passing by one tomorrow, and might have to stop in.
If you ask, they price match the website

amlevin
October 14, 2011, 10:07 AM
Next time you do price checking, be sure to check Powder Valley.

I checked all the sites you did, and even with "Sale Prices" Powder Valley was the winner.

Wednesday the UPS and USPS people delivered 50+ pounds of powder and primers, as well as another 130 pounds of bullets. Order shipped a lot faster than Midway, Natchez, or Cabels's too.

Note on buying powder and primers from Midway. If you do buy both powder and primers on the same order you're going to get stiffed for TWO hazmat fees. Powder and primers ship from separate locations. Also, if you want to add any other supplies, you get stabbed with a totally different freight charge. They have no way to "just toss it into the box with the powder". Ordering from midway is sometimes like ordering from one of those TV hustlers where you get stuck with all the extra "Shipping an Handling" charges. I now only order from Midway when they actually have it in stock and it ships from their warehouse, not a suppliers.

Powder Valley goes out of their way to help work up an order that will fit into a SINGLE hazmat fee.

ArtP
October 14, 2011, 10:56 AM
+1000 on powder valley. Great place to spend your money. Shipping charges appear to be actual charges vs. a profit center from other places. It feels like you're buying from one guy behind a desk who answers emails promptly, knows his stuff and is shipping only ten orders a day. However, they're probably shipping tens of thousands of dollars a day in components.

REL1203
October 14, 2011, 11:09 AM
it appears the 20% off all reloading supplies from Cabelas ended yesterday. I had a ton of stuff in my cart yesterday and they all went up in price, appears to be about a 5-10% off sale now. Should have ordered yesterday, now their prices suck again

ErikO
October 14, 2011, 11:53 AM
Since I'm in MO, Natchez and Powder Valley are the better prices due to lack of sales tax. Midsouth can be good from time to time depending on sales.

Stover954rr
October 14, 2011, 11:55 AM
Amlevin- ~ Thank you for the input, I like to do pretty thurough price checking so I will definitely check out powder valley. Part of my order was:
8# powder
5,000 primers
5,000 bullets

so the with that kind of weight it was nice to have the free shipping (I think midways shipping not including the $20 hazmat was $70.

Fishslayer
October 15, 2011, 01:21 AM
Since I'm in MO, Natchez and Powder Valley are the better prices due to lack of sales tax. Midsouth can be good from time to time depending on sales.


I'd be thinking you'd get yer boolits from Missouri Bullet Co... ;)

http://www.missouribullet.com/

der Teufel
November 21, 2011, 05:31 PM
I was in my local Cabela's yesterday (Sunday, 20 Nov) and they had bullets priced at 20% off. I was in a bit of a hurry and didn't ask what else was on sale, nor do I know how long it lasts.

I also had a coupon good for $10 off on a $50 purchase. I bought just over $60 worth of bullets, so that amounted to roughly an additional 15% discount!

REL1203
November 21, 2011, 08:47 PM
I wish their website was on sale, the only bullets I need are Berry 147g 9mm, and this is what there saying.
Regular Price:
$31.99
Sale Price:
$29.99

$2 off isnt much of a sale, hoping Powder Valley gets them back in stock, or i might have to order from TJConvera

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