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Old 06-26-2013, 07:35 AM   #1  
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Hi, where is the least expensive place to buy Tim Holtz distress markers? Looking to buy the set of 37. Does the 40% off Michaels/ Hobby Lobby work? Thanks!
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I bought mine from oozak.com. They were the best price around and the customer service is fantastic. Plus if you spend over $50 they have free shipping.
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I bought mine at Michaels and Hobby Lobby and used coupons.
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Neither my HL or M had the full set of 37. I ordered mine on Amazon. (I use the link on the SCS homepage to get there...a benefit for SCS) They're about $82 for the set, and with free super-saver shipping.
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I got mine from Amazon also. They were $75 the day I ordered them. The price seems to go up and down there, don't know why. Perhaps it's based on who is their current supplier.
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I got mine from Amazon also. They were $75 the day I ordered them. The price seems to go up and down there, don't know why. Perhaps it's based on who is their current supplier.
Amazon's prices change based on a computer algorithm that tracks the prices of both their own independent sellers and sometimes even outside prices for their items. The independent sellers usually change their prices in response to each other and to Amazon. Sometimes that results in some pretty crazy pricing, which can either be good or bad for the customer. My housemate often buys rare, out-of-print books and it is interesting, though sometimes frustrating, to see what Amazon's algorithm does for those prices.
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I bought mine from Classy Cards 'n Such -
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I have a coupon code to save 10% off but I can't post it here. Please PM me if you are interested. It works on your entire order, not just the markers.
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Amazon's prices change based on a computer algorithm that tracks the prices of both their own independent sellers and sometimes even outside prices for their items. The independent sellers usually change their prices in response to each other and to Amazon. Sometimes that results in some pretty crazy pricing, which can either be good or bad for the customer. My housemate often buys rare, out-of-print books and it is interesting, though sometimes frustrating, to see what Amazon's algorithm does for those prices.
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Thank you all for the great ideas!
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