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Thread: Accuquilt Go Dies

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    Super Member Carol W's Avatar
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    I'm looking to buy dies for my Accuquilt Go. The dies are so expensive. Does anyone know where I might purchase dies at a reasonable price?

    Thanks!!!

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    Super Member Jill's Avatar
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    You might consider joining the Yahoo Group for Accuquilt. I bought a GO several months ago and joined that group. They are very active and you can get lots of info there.

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    Super Member Carol W's Avatar
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    Thank you!!! I just checked the Yahoo Groups. Which one would you recommend?

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    The name of the group that I belong to is accucutquilters

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    Super Member Jill's Avatar
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    I belong to accucutquilters and pinsandneedles.

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    Joanns when they are on sale is about the closest to wholesale you will find! I know I can order wholesale and still buy things at Joanns online cheaper, plus there is a larger variety!

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    I'm surprised at how few Accuquilt GO items are in my local store and another superstore about 20 miles from here, so they must not be popular in my area. A small quilt shop about 20 miles south of where I live carries a huge supply of items. I've also done price matching at JoAnns,

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    I buy a lot of dies direct from Accuquilt website. There is a daily deal every day and some days a Go die can be at a great price. I check the groups and blogs for the best price when I want a new one.

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    AMAZON has several sellers and some great deals. I check every few days.

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    I get mine from Amazon.com they have good prices and sometimes free shipping

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    Super Member Carol W's Avatar
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    Thank you all!!!

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    I bought mine from a third party on amazon. They had the best prices.

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    Kathy, from the pinsandneedles group at Yahoo, sells them for 30% off msrp if paying by debit or credit, 35% off if paying by check.

    Joanns most always has a disclaimer on their coupon that they cannot be used for die cutting systems, so as far as I know, the 35% off is as good as you'll get.

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