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Last-Minute Cyber Monday Tent Deals 2020: Coleman and Marmot

Cyber Monday is almost over, so take advantage of the many deals on tents for better camping days ahead! Whether you’re looking to upgrade from the dome 4-season tent you already have or need something smaller for a solo trip into the mountains with a motorcycle tent, right now is the time to find the best sales on outdoor gear.

During Cyber Monday you’ll be able to find massive sales on everything from backpacks to camping gear. It’s a prime time to pop open your laptop and both knock out your holiday shopping as well as treat yourself to some much-needed camping gadgets, upgrades, and equipment. Take a look at some of the best last-minute Cyber Monday tent deals. You’ll need to hurry to get in on them!

The Best Last-Minute Cyber Monday Tent Deals

For the camper, there’s hardly anything more important than a good camping tent. From bundle deals and rooftop tents to accessories like tarps and hatchback-style setups, these are the best Cyber Monday deals for tents.

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Dick's Sporting Goods Camping and Hiking Deals

Up to 50% off

Going on a camping trip? Remember to gear up on the essentials - from packing items and accessories to tent and cooking equipment.
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evo Tents & Shelters Sale

Up to 50% off

Make your camping trip hassle-free by buying one of these tents on Evo for sale. Popular tent brands such as Big Agnes, MSR, and Kelty have their prices slashed off.
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Sierra Designs Meteor Tent

$262 $400
Constructed with two doors and two vestibules, the Meteor is spacious enough to house four people and extra gear. It also comes with a burrito bag for easy transport and storage.
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Coleman Pop Up Tent

$65 $75
You'll have this 2-person tent set up in no time with its pre-assembled poles. The taped floor seams also keep you dry despite the bad weather. Have a convenient camping trip with this tent.
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MSR Zoic 3 Tent

$300 $400
This tent sleeps three people and set up quick. Features two access doors and three gear lofts for personal storage.
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Wenzel Kodiak Tent

$187 $270
Is the idea of camping with a group make you feel claustrophobic? Never fear as the Kodiak includes mesh vents for ventilation and two rear lockers/vent for that much-needed ground breeze.
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Gazelle T4 Overland Edition GT401SS Pop-Up Portable Camping Hub Tent

$480 $620
With a pop-up mechanism, this tent lets you enjoy the outdoors more and spend less time setting up. Stability and wind resistance are also assured, thanks to its solid fiberglass poles and metal hubs.
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Kelty Sequoia Tent

$245 $330
You won't bee bumping your head on this tent. It's tall enough to stand and stretch and camp cots can fit inside the tent.
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MSR Hubba Tour Tent

$426 $650
This 3-season tent is great for all your outdoor adventures. It has 2 easy access doors and plenty of space to spread out.
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Wenzel Klondike Tent

$166 $174
Pitching a tent can be a hassle. However, Wenzel's tent features a shock-corded fiberglass roof frame with steel uprights, corner elbows, and a pin and ring for an easier and more bearable setup.
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Clostnature Tent

$84 $100
Camping solo? Never fear as Clostnature's lightweight tent features a convenient D-shaped door and a large vestibule for your camping gear. It is also waterproof to protect you from the elements.
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Wakeman TradeMark Tent

Starting at $19

If you're worried about rain during your camping trip, this Wakeman tent is made from a waterproof material that can withstand harsh conditions.
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Texsport 01113 Camouflage Three-Person Hexagon Dome Tent

$49 $61
This camouflage tent by Texsport will have you blending in with your campsite. This tent comes with fiberglass poles for added durability and stability.
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CAMPROS Camping Tent

$145 $200
Standing at 14 x 9 x 6(H) ft., this camping tent is spacious enough to fit an eight or nine-person family. It features one large mesh door and five mesh windows for ventilation.
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Coleman Dome Tent for Camping

$139 $200
Enjoy camping no matter the weather with this Coleman tent. It has a WeatherTec system that keeps the interior dry, along with easy-to-reach mesh pockets and a screen room for bug-free lounging.
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Coleman Tent

$162 $220
Weatherproof and built with a rainfly, this tent has everything you need for protection against the rain and other weather conditions. It has compartments to make organizing and storing gear easy.

Hurry and Choose a Tent During Cyber Monday

There are multiple considerations one should keep in mind when buying a tent. Size is a major one, as tents come in all sorts of accommodating shapes (domes, tunnels, a-frames, pop-ups, ridge tents, and more). Will this be your family tent or something smaller just for you or you and your partner? Another thing to mull over is the kind of weather you might be camping in. Camping in the rain in the wet Pacific Northwest is only going to be enjoyable with a functional waterproof rain guard. Camping in the hot Texas sun midsummer will require some shade and airflow.

Visibility and insect protection are other key components. If you’re like me, you want a portable room with a view while camping, so look for multiple windows, especially above as you stare at the stars on your way to sleep. Bugs are almost always an issue no matter where you camp, so look for quality screens on the doors and windows that’ll keep the mosquitoes, flies, and other little biters away.

Trying one out in person is always recommended if you’re able to do so safely during the pandemic. Outdoors retailers like REI will often have tents made-up for you to better familiarize yourself with. Alternatively, companies like Marmot offer great visuals of their tents, allowing you to better understand dimensions and imagine yourself temporarily living inside.

Another thing to cross-examine is assembly. The last thing you want to be doing after a long drive to your site is to be haphazardly struggling to set the thing up as the sun begins to set and your patience wanes. Scan through instruction guides or YouTube assembly videos before making a purchase to make sure it’s a process you’re willing to take on (fortunately, tent assembly pretty much across the board has improved markedly over the years).

And while you’re tent shopping, think about other corresponding camping gear you might need for your next trek.

Where to Find the Best Tent Sales

There are many avenues to take when it comes to buying a well-priced tent. On top of the more obvious retail routes listed above, there are some other options to keep in mind.

  • REI: The outdoor and sporting goods store has top quality and a great selection of tents for camping. Whether you’re new or an expert to camping, the brand offers expert advice as well as competitive priced outdoor camping gear.
  • Texsport: This Texas company has been offering quality outdoor gear for almost 70 years. The first tent I got was a Texsport (some 25 years ago) and I still use and adore it. The company is a bit old school with its online catalog approach but you won’t be disappointed with the selection and durability of its products. The deals always tend to be strong but be on the lookout for some additional price slashing Cyber Monday.
  • Eureka!: While some outdoors companies run the risk of overdoing it by taking on too many types of gear, Eureka! focuses primarily on tents and camp furniture. There’s a wide variety of options that can be narrowed down with ease via its clever Tent Finder. Whether you’re camping with your mountain bikes in town, atop some snow in the middle of winter, or just need a little something to sleep in when music festivals make a return, this is a great resource. In addition to great holiday shopping deals, the company has attractive offers like 60-day trial periods.

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