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Date: 10 Oct 2006 09:14:13
From: harvey
Subject: Wanted: Hot Air Popper -- Eugene, OR
Any chance someone's willing to sell one?





 
Date: 12 Oct 2006 22:10:58
From: harvey
Subject: Re: Wanted: Hot Air Popper -- Eugene, OR
Thanks for all the advice.

I happened to find a Poppery I through craigslist. Now I just need my
Sweet ia's sampler pack to arrive!



 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 17:36:29
From: Harry Moos
Subject: Re: Wanted: Hot Air Popper -- Eugene, OR
Goodwill often has one, many times still in the original box, for $3 or
less. I have half a dozen I've bought there. Can't seem to resist a good
one there or at garage sales [for as little as fifty cents]. The first one
I bought on eBay was $10 with shipping.

"harvey" <harveyr@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1160496853.023432.166950@i42g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Any chance someone's willing to sell one?
>




 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 15:17:28
From: Erik Groomer
Subject: Re: Wanted: Hot Air Popper -- Eugene, OR
In other words, they always seem to be at the thrift stores.

harvey wrote:
> Any chance someone's willing to sell one?



 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 15:16:15
From: Erik Groomer
Subject: Re: Wanted: Hot Air Popper -- Eugene, OR
I got mine for $3 at the St. Vincent DePaul's on Mohawk in Springfield.

thomzilla wrote:
> Have you tried your local Walt or Target? The local Target stores
> have had theirs on clearance lately for less than $10 for the
> toastmaster brand which is normally around $15 regular price. You don't
> have to buy an expensive one on ebay to get a good roast. You could
> always look in thrift stores, but when a new one is so cheap, you'd
> probably spend more in gas running around looking than just buying a
> new one. With ebay or other online outlets, buying one there usually
> costs more than you'd pay locally after you add the $10 or more in
> shipping, plus you have to wait for it to arrive.
>
> harvey wrote:
> > Any chance someone's willing to sell one?



 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 11:22:14
From: thomzilla
Subject: Re: Wanted: Hot Air Popper -- Eugene, OR
Have you tried your local Walt or Target? The local Target stores
have had theirs on clearance lately for less than $10 for the
toastmaster brand which is normally around $15 regular price. You don't
have to buy an expensive one on ebay to get a good roast. You could
always look in thrift stores, but when a new one is so cheap, you'd
probably spend more in gas running around looking than just buying a
new one. With ebay or other online outlets, buying one there usually
costs more than you'd pay locally after you add the $10 or more in
shipping, plus you have to wait for it to arrive.

harvey wrote:
> Any chance someone's willing to sell one?