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    Default Where can I buy a pop-up beach tent?

    I'm after one of those cheaper ones that fold in half then you twist them to form a circle.

    I've checked Kmart, target, online, big w but cant find them anywhere. All the pop up ones ive found have poles. I don't want one with poles and I don't want to spend $150 on one either.

    Any idea?

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    try toys r us? I got one with poles there but they have a decent range, i wasn't looking for the ones you mean so not sure if they have them or not. Or maybe somewhere like ray's outdoors.

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    Maybe try Ray's tent city?
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    I got mine from KMart a couple of years ago. Family size, was only about $30. Best thing I ever bought.

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    Try Australia post shops they have them in for Christmas


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    Camping stores like Ray's and Anaconda.

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    i got a great one from the local camping store. it was abou $60 but is really good quality and easy to emsemble. It doens't go into a circle, but rather folds into a small tube shaped thing?

    my nephew 'camps' in it whenever he sleeps over too.

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    post office??cheap shops??
    big w?
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    Kmart!

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    I saw some in a clark rubber catalogue the other day I think?


 

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