Where do you guys get the 10% off Grizzly coupons. Are they in the catalog, magazines, email? I'm about to buy a rather expensive cyclone and if there is a chance I have a coupon floating around somewhere it could save me quite a bit of money. The only coupon I have ever used was one for vets but I just don't emember seeing them anywhere else.
The only ones I've ever got were e-mails, I think because I'm signed up at Grizzly's web site. Seems like some have received snail mail versions, though.
I started with absolutely nothing. Now, thanks to years of hard work, careful planning, and perseverance, I find I still have most of it left.
I live <30 minutes from the Springfield store and I never received any. I'm going that way today, I'll stop in and see if they have any laying around.
Woodworker's journal usually has one on the front cover usually in the spring.
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Thanks guys, I have checked my catalog and the magazines I have for the last 6 months and it looks like I'm out of luck. I was really hoping to find one since it will save me over $250 but I guess I'm just going to have to bite the bullet and place the order. It seems like the coupons have kind of dried up in the last year. Maybe it has something to do with all their inventory shortages.
I checked in the showroom and nothing but crickets & dust.
I will have to call them about my vet discount since I signed up with them years ago. I want to get the 3hp that costs $700 and will handle everything I have but the discount will help a lot.
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Every year they go through a time when they have no stock, then all of a sudden they have stock. I believe it is simply when they do inventory, rather than have to pay floorplan on a ton of machines, they only have to pay a little, simply because that is all they have on hand. Smart business practices, seldom does a buyer have a Griz and a PM side by side when rubber is meeting the road, if they are going to pay for the mustard paint, it's because of some perceived increase in quality. If you have made the choice to go Griz, you may groan if not available, but people still wait. That is simply because the cost savings is so huge, and the actual quality is so close.
Worst thing they can do is cook ya and eat ya