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When is the Bartville sale?

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  • When is the Bartville sale?

    I need a set of reins, and I'm not sure if I missed the sale or not!
    Cindy

  • #2
    Seems like it is usually in the summer, in July. In part of my last order I bought a new pair of their 1" wide reins. So nice!

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    • #3
      I was just up there yesterday and saw the fliers- it's the June 30th weekend.
      I'm good at being uncomfortable so I can't stop changing all the time -Fiona Apple, Extraordinary Machine
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      • #4
        Details

        Please refresh my memory...

        Bartville does a catalog/flyer? How do I contact them? I do remember they aren't online. Do they use phones? carrier pigeons?

        Directions?

        How much detail do I need to provide to make something for me? For example. I need an eyeglass case to go on my belt for my sunglasses. Do I need to drive up there with the glasses/belt and show them to them? I need a belt, too. I'm not looking forward to knowing the measurements for that!

        Maybe we could arrange a coth Walking of the Foxes pre-cubbing meet there? I'd love to meet you all!

        There is also a custom hat designer that does Great Hats for the carriage drivers. I hope she is at least vaguely near there. Her ad is on foxhuntinglife.com. Dashing stuff that works for real helmet hair.
        Intermediate Riding Skills

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        • #5
          A girlfriend called Bartville earlier in the week and talked to Levi. He is not having the sale this year because he did not get a mailing out. Maybe they will do something in the store but for us long distance folks don't look for the flyer in the mail.

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            #6
            That's funny - because it's advertised in the Horse of Del Val as being June 30 to July 2nd (next weekend)! 10% off everything in the store.
            I already have plans to go down, so I guess I'll have to take a copy of the paper with me. I can't imagine they wouldn't honor it. It's their summer open house.
            Cindy

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            • #7
              Work sometimes takes me near that area.
              If I am scheduled to go up there this week, I'll check it out, and report back.
              Proud & Permanent Student Of The Long Road
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              • #8
                Can anyone confirm/deny the 10% off will be honored? I also saw something in HDV.
                ~Veronica
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                • #9
                  Mali- based on what you found it sounds like yes, they are having the sale in the store but did not get the mailing out for long distance/out of town orders.

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                    #10
                    I did GOOD!

                    I scored the EXACT pair of reins I wanted off the 2nds rack and saved myself $$$ off the retail!
                    http://www.nunnfiner.com/ProductDeta...roductCode=282
                    They were a whopping $29.95 because 2 of the stitches were a little deep into the leather. Really? Then I also bought a beta dog collar & 2' leash to use on my dock diving labrador (a whopping $15 total, less 10%). Supermasks were $13.95 + 10% off + $2 off coupon! I had to buy a pair of reins for a friend, but they were regular price less the 10% off. If you spent $50, you got to pick a free gift off the gift table - so I got one of the XL Kongs with tails & a squeaker for the spoiled labrador. For every $50 spent, you also got a free chicken dinner! Our entire family is happy - the dog, me, and hubby (we all have chicken for dinner)! It was well worth the 2 hour drive today!
                    Cindy

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                    • #11
                      Lucky you! Not much left on the close-out rack when I got there--I got two pairs of those same reins but only got the 10% off. But I too enjoyed the chicken!

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