Hannah and Je together

Thursday, 13 September 2007

Purchased at United Army Surplus

Filed under: Lang:English,Subj:Canada,Subj:Life — Jemyoung Leigh @ 19:39

I found that United Army Surplus sales on 75% discounted price(see my previous posting about it at United Army Surplus).

So I went in and purchased what I need for winter survival. There were not many stuffs.

Beanie (Cap)              Normal price: 7.99      Discounted price: 2.00
Ear Muffs                     Normal price: 6.99      Discounted price: 1.75
Mitt liner                     Normal price: 3.99      Discounted price: 1.00
Finger Gauntlet        Normal price: 12.99    Discounted price: 3.25
Taxes (GST + PST)  Normal price: 4.16      Discounted price: 1.04
Total                              Normal price: 36.12   Discounted price: 9.04

The mitt were two pieces – liner and gauntlet. Gauntlet… I felt that I was in a Diablo game’s store.

It is so wonderful price! If it were normal price, I should pay $36.12, but I just paid only $9.04!! It is less than 10 bucks!!

Wow, now I can survive through the Winnipeg winter.



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