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Finding your Pit

Where to look for a Fire Pit

A good place to look for cheap items is at flea markets and pawn shops. While these two types of businesses often get a bad reputation they also sometimes have some good deals on various items. The key is to try and negotiate with the seller as much as possible. Never pay for something from one of these types of businesses unless you are absolutely sure that the item is in good shape or that the seller will give you a full refund if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase later. Also, don’t let the seller rip you off. Buying too much for an item is a very bad idea considering you could probably find it cheaper anyways.

The next place to find cheap outdoor pits is on the internet. Anyone who has ever shopped on the internet knows about the great deals lurking in ever little nook and cranny. Once again, be aware of you are buying from. There are tons of scams on the internet so make sure you are buying from a legit business or seller before disclosing your personal information or your payment. Some retails will give online buyers a discount just for shopping online. A good place to look is EBay. Lets face it EBay has a little bit of everything and most of the time at a pretty good price.

 Now for those of you who would rather build their own outdoor pit. There are two main ways to build you own outdoor. First, you can purchase an outdoor pit kit. These kits are normally cheaper than buying an entire outdoor pit. You will have to assembly the pit yourself. Instructions are usually contained within the package which makes the assembling of the pit very easy. The next thing you can try is to buy some large stones and make your own outdoor pit using your imagination. Stones and rocks are much cheaper than buying a kit. You can find do it yourself guides online which give you ideas and tutorials based on building you own outdoor pit.