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Question Favorite places for finding good deals?

Sailnet store has a lot of good stuff. I've also been reading marinebargainhunter.com. Anyone have any other favorite sources?
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Hmmmm......M arine B argain H unter.com......and you sign on as MBH.
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Sailnet store has a lot of good stuff. I've also been reading marinebargainhunter.com. Anyone have any other favorite sources?
defender.com in their clearance section - or even better - visit their warehouse.

i also notice that West is starting to set up clearance racks/aisles.
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Can't you see this person is a spammer? He or she is hawking his or her own web site. This person couldn't care less what other sites anyone thinks are good.

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I tried to buy something from "marinebargainhunter.com" but all I got was grief
"marinebargainhunter.com" doesn't want to take credit cards
"marinebargainhunter.com" refuses to stock the items I like to buy
"marinebargainhunter.com" doesn't have any customer service
"marinebargainhunter.com" isn't responsive to client inquiries
"marinebargainhunter.com" is a real pita to deal with
"marinebargainhunter.com" is a spammer
"marinebargainhunter.com" should be showing up in google right about now

so MBH, next time you wanna "spam" remember:"marinebargainhunter.com" gives really shi**y service.

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MBH doesn't stand for marine bargain hunter, it stands for Mucho Big Hotstuff. You guys are just paranoid, and yes, I was born yesterday.
But really, they have to be a little more creative than that, damn.
I go dumpster diving at the "boatyards"(more like boat grave yards) where boats go to die along the back fence. Great deals on gear at those places.
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So, sailnet admins, don't you choose your affiliates more closely? I mean really, using a portal that spams.... is that really good bidness?

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CP...I like that approach..here let me help!! Who needs admins!!

MarineBargainHunter.com has terrible service
MarineBargainHunter.com screws customer
MarineBargainHunter.com spams website
MarineBargainHunter.com can't be trusted
MarineBargainHunter.com is terrible
MarineBargainHunter.com is getting what it deserves from this post!!
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