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Topic: OT: $100 or $200 Traeger Rebate (3 msgs / 59 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
Greetings,
I know this is 100% OT but also know there are those interested in Q on the
List. For the first time in their 21 year history Traeger is offering $100
or $200 (depending on model) mfg instant rebate on Traegers purchased from
dealers between now and Dec. 31st. If seriously interested shoot me an email
OFF LIST to mcKona and I'll snail mail you one of the 8 rebates
they sent me to offer. (as current Traeger owner.) Any rebate would likely
be in addition to any dealer's Holiday sales so could be a good time to buy!
Since the rebates they sent me are intended for friends and family seems
appropriate to offer them to List members.
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2) From: scott miller
I'm not a Traeger owner and not in the market, but have cooked on them
before. These are excellent smokers and anyone considering a new smoker
would do well to look and see if this type of smoker is something you can
see fit to use.
cheers,
Scott --> sipping my first cup from a Bodum Bistro & liking it!
On 9/20/07, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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3) From: Joseph Robertson
Mike,
Not to continue a 100% OT. But regarding Traeger grills. I hope the price of
wood pellets doesn't go through the roof as a result of yesterdays
spectacular fire up this way, It looked like another Mt. St.Helens.(
Stevenson, Washington). I thought about running out and Investing 10K in
pellet futures.
As it turned out the pellet mill across the river in Cascade locks
warehoused their pellets in the Co Ply mill that burned to the ground. I
could see flames still finishing it off last night.
JoeR
On 9/20/07, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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