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Best Discount Camping Gear Deals: Save Up to 75% Now

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Full disclosure: I’m what you might call “indoorsy.” But last summer while researching cheap getaway ideas that were still out of my budget, I gave camping a try. However, in order to really do it affordably, I needed discount camping gear. Reliable, but cheap stuff.

No need to worry: we’ve done the legwork for you, fellow campers. Here are some of the best discount camping gear deals happening right now.

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Amazon Deals on Camping Gear

Amazon has some good deals on camping supplies all year round. Just remember, you can opt for Amazon Subscribe & Save offers on any products you buy frequently to save up to 15% each time. Here are the sales I recommend:

Candle Lighter
$7.69$13.99(45% off)
Mobile coupons needed
30% off - Electric Candle Lighter with Amazon Coupon, Limit 1
$27.99$34.99(20% off)
Dude Wipes
As low as$3.62$8.99(60% off)
What to buy

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Discount Camping Gear from Other Retailers

Of course, other big box stores also have good deals. Consider checking retailers like Target, Walmart, and Dick’s Sporting Goods. I found camping gear sales at these stores and more below:

ONLINE or In-Store Deal
$18.87$29.78(37% off)
Pickup: Free
ONLINE or In-Store Deal
$48.00$74.99(36% off)
Shipping: Free with Walmart+ or on orders of $35+
Pickup: Free
ONLINE or In-Store Deal
$42.43$170.00(75% off)
Shipping: Free on orders of $25+ for Star Rewards Members
Pickup: Free

Bonus deal: Fourth graders are eligible for a National Parks pass providing free admission to all 423 locations.

If you have a kid in fourth grade, it’s time to get a deal with their student status. Fourth graders can get a pass that provides free admission into all 423 national parks. The entrance fee per vehicle can cost up to $35, so if you visit one every weekend from Memorial Day to Labor Day, you could save up to $525 this summer. Keep in mind that not all 423 national parks offer campsites, so make sure to check before you start packing.


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