Mountain Equipment Co-op MEC: FREE Shipping with No Minimum Until June 21 + Clearance Roundup Get FREE Shipping with No Minimum!

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Get some gear for the great outdoors and forget about shipping at MEC, because you can get free shipping on all orders with no minimum!

MEC normally offers free shipping on orders over $50.00, so you're free to place a few smaller orders without needing to bump up your order to reach the standard threshold.

We've listed a few clearance products to help give you some shopping inspiration.

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Accessories and Outdoors

There are some restrictions, as orders must meet Canada Post size and weight requirements, while oversized items like bikes are not eligible with this offer.

This free shipping offer is effective until June 21 with online and telephone orders. A $5.00 Membership Share is required to shop at MEC.

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    • What's up with a membership fee?
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    • SothearyBo wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 1:09 pm
      What's up with a membership fee?
      it's a co-op.
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    • And it's $5 for a lifetime membership. No one should be complaining about this.
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    • SothearyBo wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 1:09 pm
      What's up with a membership fee?
      It's only $5, lasts forever... They also have an amazing return policy, so it's totally worth it
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    • MEC is pretty pricey these days - good stuff but nothing is cheap there
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    • najibs wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 3:35 pm
      And it's $5 for a lifetime membership. No one should be complaining about this.
      No complaints about membership fee here. got one but can't find products with good prices that I can't buy elsewhere cheaper.
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    • najibs wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 3:35 pm
      And it's $5 for a lifetime membership. No one should be complaining about this.
      I don't get it. If Canadian Tire starts charging a membership fee, I shouldn't complain because it's $5 for a lifetime membership?

      BTW, I have an MEC membership.
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    • REI charges membership fee too but they have annual dividend.
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    • Sievert wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 4:24 pm
      I don't get it. If Canadian Tire starts charging a membership fee, I shouldn't complain because it's $5 for a lifetime membership?
      No just dont shop there. Ive multiple people complain about MEC membership but never about Costcos $60/year membership which I find strange.
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    • MEC prices hover around the average. I actually use them to price match more often and to get the items asap.
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    • kool1 wrote: MEC is pretty pricey these days - good stuff but nothing is cheap there
      Yup. The good quality stuff ain’t cheap now a days. But you get what you pay for
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    • MEC is good if you're looking for specific outdoor stuff that most retailers don't carry.

      If you're there to buy the more common brands or outdoor sport attire/gear, shopping at sc/atmos/cantire/sporting life/altitude/tlh during a sale will always be cheaper.
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    • does MEC USA charge membership fee
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    • badOne wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 9:49 pm
      does MEC USA charge membership fee
      No MEC in the USA. The USA equivalent is REI which charges $20 USD.
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    • Naturally the only thing I want is in store only.
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    • starbuckscoffee wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 4:12 pm
      No complaints about membership fee here. got one but can't find products with good prices that I can't buy elsewhere cheaper.
      True. I only buy little things from them. And MEC's own gear isn't anything to write home about.

      It has some nice things at times, though :P
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    • The free shipping isn't much of a deal to me because the things MEC is best at - mid to high end outdoor equipment like canoes/kayaks, tents, backpacks, stoves, etc. mostly all cost more than their shipping minimum. MEC's prices aren't always the best but their return policy rivals that of Costco, and their stores are a one stop shop for serious outdoor adventures. If all you need is a Nalgene bottle or a pair of shorts, maybe this deal is for you.
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    • roadieweb wrote:
      Jun 17th, 2019 4:57 pm
      REI charges membership fee too but they have annual dividend.
      MEC has the same thing.

      "You get them through patronage returns. In years when MEC earns a surplus, the Board looks at our surplus earnings and decides how much to retain to operate MEC and how much should go back to members; this portion is called a patronage return. Then they divide the total earnings up between individual members based on how much money each member spent at MEC over that year. Your portion of the patronage return is called a patronage dividend, and it gets allocated to you as a quantity of patronage shares, each worth $5." https://www.mec.ca/en/explore/shares-and-credit-notes
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