Mountain Equipment Co-op MEC: Up to 50% Off Clearance Products Take Up to 50% Off Clearance!

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Get all the clothes and gear you'll need for your 2019 adventures at MEC, because you can take up to 50% off clearance products!

No promo code is required, as prices are as marked on the product pages and we've listed a few items to help give you some shopping inspiration.

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Women

Kids

Accessories and Outdoors

This sale is effective online and in MEC stores (where available) for a limited time. MEC.ca offers free shipping on all orders over $50.00 along with a free in-store pickup option with no minimum. A $5.00 Membership Share is required to shop at MEC.

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    • Heritage versions of the Leatherman Wave+, Super Tool, and Charge are on sale too; lower prices than what leatherman.ca had.
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    • Caution. I drove the 30km out to Burlington for this BS store. No signs on the outside, nothing on price tags, nobody checking 'members' admittance, except for when you get to the counter and a membership is required. I'm supposed to pay them $5, for which they demand all my personal information " because we are a legal co op" as the cashier droned on.

      In store boxing day sale items are quite scant BTW. With other 'clearance' prices way above what you would expect to pay at the other nationwide sports stores. If you've never been here, prepare to be underwhelmed.
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    • beljevina wrote:
      Dec 29th, 2018 3:14 pm
      Caution. I drove the 30km out to Burlington for this BS store. No signs on the outside, nothing on price tags, nobody checking 'members' admittance, except for when you get to the counter and a membership is required. I'm supposed to pay them $5, for which they demand all my personal information " because we are a legal co op" as the cashier droned on.

      In store boxing day sale items are quite scant BTW. With other 'clearance' prices way above what you would expect to pay at the other nationwide sports stores. If you've never been here, prepare to be underwhelmed.
      MEC has always been a coop... it's in the name Mountain Equipment Co-op.
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    • This has been MECs policy from day one. It is a co-op and you need to be a member.

      One thing is for sure. The warranty is no longer what it use to be. Prices are sky high and the quality of their in-house products has gone off the deep end. I have stopped shopping at MEC. The boxing day sales is almost laughable. I cant believe I actually looked. Shame on me.
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    • beljevina wrote:
      Dec 29th, 2018 3:14 pm
      Caution. I drove the 30km out to Burlington for this BS store. No signs on the outside, nothing on price tags, nobody checking 'members' admittance, except for when you get to the counter and a membership is required. I'm supposed to pay them $5, for which they demand all my personal information " because we are a legal co op" as the cashier droned on.
      Lmao. It's literally in the name, [...]. MEC has always always worked this way, and they are legally a co-op.
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    • Costco, Sams club. Both charge to buy in store.
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    • MEC is $5 for a lifetime membership. And they never check your membership at the door, works for me.
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    • Recoil wrote:
      Dec 29th, 2018 3:30 pm
      Lmao. It's literally in the name, [...].
      Excellent response.

      The website and store sign reads MEC. Like 99.99% of other stores you walk into, you'd expect to pay what's on the tag, + tax. Unreasonable? No.
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    • So you drove 30km to a store you knew nothing about? Didn't research anything?
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    • Who makes good commuter backpacks these days?
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    • beljevina wrote:
      Dec 29th, 2018 4:16 pm
      Excellent response.

      The website and store sign reads MEC. Like 99.99% of other stores you walk into, you'd expect to pay what's on the tag, + tax. Unreasonable? No.
      Costco says Costco on the sign. Should you expect to just walk in an pay what it "cost"s at that "co"mpany?
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    • derdev wrote:
      Dec 29th, 2018 4:24 pm
      Who makes good commuter backpacks these days?
      Osprey makes some good stuff. Not entirely sure what a commuter pack is but they have packs of all kinds for all purposes.

      This pack would be a great deal with the 15% off code: https://www.thelasthunt.com/products/os ... -talon1853

      I got the 36L version for forestry work and it's great.
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    • This thread is full of wrong. Wow.
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    • This thread might be best of the year.
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    • Any good items on sale? I'm definitely in the market for all the things at MEC.
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    • beljevina wrote: Caution. I drove the 30km out to Burlington for this BS store. No signs on the outside, nothing on price tags, nobody checking 'members' admittance, except for when you get to the counter and a membership is required. I'm supposed to pay them $5, for which they demand all my personal information " because we are a legal co op" as the cashier droned on.

      In store boxing day sale items are quite scant BTW. With other 'clearance' prices way above what you would expect to pay at the other nationwide sports stores. If you've never been here, prepare to be underwhelmed.
      This is why I gladly pay for a membership to shop at places like MEC and Costco. It weeds out cheap, Whiney customers like you who will never be back. Good riddance.
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    • najibs wrote:
      Dec 29th, 2018 4:57 pm
      This is why I gladly pay for a membership to shop at places like MEC and Costco. It weeds out cheap, Whiney customers like you who will never be back. Good riddance.
      Sure doesn't prevent their ignorant selves from posting here, though :(
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    • Been to the Burlington location on only 3 occasions, do most of my shopping online, on one of the occasions I did see a man complaining about the $5 membership fee. He left his item on the counter and stormed out. He was trying to buy a neck warmer...
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    • I'm following this thread just to see all the people who instead of taking responsibility for their own ignorance on a company that has been around almost 50 years is instead whining. They've literally charged the same $5 since day 1.

      Where are these people on Costco threads?

      Agreed their in house stuff has gone down and overpriced these days which is too bad.
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