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Thread: Accuquilt & Big Shot Dies

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    Does anyone know where to go to get good prices on the dies for accuquilt and Sizzix Big shot?

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    I don't know but I'm wondering what Sissix Big Shot is.

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    I buy most of mine on eBay in bundles however I have gotten some super good deals on individual ones at about 33%-40% retail at sewvacdirect . com

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    Sizzix Big Shot is another type of cutting machine that is not as expensive as Accuquilt. It can fit just about all the dies that go to the other brand machines as well. I love mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjnicholson
    I don't know but I'm wondering what Sissix Big Shot is.
    Sissix Big Shot is a die cutting machine similar to the Cuttlebug, AccuQuilt Baby/Go/Studio but on a different size.

    I purchased the Sizzix Big Shot Pro Westminister Edition which is similar to the Accuquilt Studio one. Only different is that the Studio one is slightly larger.

    I went with the Westminister Edition because I can use any brand die in it and the machine can also be used for embossing, and cutting all sorts of materials. Also the price of the Westminister is $399. compared to is almost $600. I was able to negotiate a price of $180 for my Westminister.

    I can use all studio dies with it excluding "I"m told" the ex-large and jumbo studio dies.

    I use dies from other companies including all the accuquilt ones with exception of above mentioned.

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    sending pm

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    Just got a good deal on the Rob Peter die here: http://www.allbrands.com/ plus free shipping. I love free shipping :D

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    Memorymiser.com has them right now for 30% off. But she is limited with selections. Has most of them, tho. And I believe she has free shipping maybe over a limited amount, don't remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
    Just got a good deal on the Rob Peter die here: http://www.allbrands.com/ plus free shipping. I love free shipping :D
    I tried this link but couldnt find dies!!! please pm me. Thanks cheryl :-D

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