That's odd. Amazon is offering the blade for $99.99 less the 20%, also with
free shipping. However, that comes to $79.99. I guess the extra 8.99 makes all
the difference in whether it's in stock or not.
In fact, they say I can have it delivered tomorrow if I choose one day shipping
on checkout. But even if I don't, I can get it with free shipping for $79.99
with it in stock today.
On Wed, 14 Feb 2007 16:00:39 -0500, "Mortimer Schnerd, RN"
<mschnerdatcarolina.rr.com> wrote:>Renowood wrote:
They seemed to have raised the price of the thin kerf to $99.
What it's doing to me now on the regular kerf is to show it being sold
by a 3rd party seller (grizzly) for $109.99, however if you click on
"used & new" you can get to the sold by amazon listing for $99 that
does qualify for the discount. It says out of stock till march, but
that often changes.
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