Harbor Freight is always having a sale on them. They have a 9'x9' and an 8'x12. They are the ones with the fiberglass poles that hold up the nylon top. The sell the 9x9 for $119.00 and the 8x12 for $139.00.
Wait until the Antique and Custom Auto show in Pomona, if you can.
They'll have the mfg. out there, and you can get the GOOD genuine EZ-Ups 10x10's for $160 bucks.
Blue tops (a bit cooler) for $180.
I would be carefull of some of those "costco" models
I recently bought a product called "quick shade" from California car cover
company in Chatsworth CA, its the same quality as a $600.00 easy up
they sell for under $200.00
if you need info of a phone # , i can look it up
when i get home tonight
The ones at Costco I saw were green in color and were real EZ-UP brand. Unfortunately, It been my observation that each Costco carries something diffrent and if you dont buy it when you see it, its usually gone when you go back.
I have also bought one of the Quick Shade models after owning a EZ up and will nover go back. The Quick shade is way less money and equal if not better in quality. A new top for the quickshade is only $ 40 and a new top for an ez up in over 100. The only problem i had with my quickshade is the storage bag was a piece of [censored]. I had Mastercraft sew me a new bag and the problem was solved.I bought mine at Dixieline in San Diego. It is a weekender model 10x10 and cost about $170.
good luck, mike
Ditto on what NACHO, I mean Gabe, said. Go for the real thing. Their (E-Z UP) warehouse where they assemble them used to be at the 10 & 15 freeways off the 10 at Etawanda and they would sell to the public if you “shmooosed” them a little. That was a few years ago though.
the ex up factory reject store off the 215(la cadena) has some smoking deals if you aren't too picky on colors. they usually only have green or blue tops. and every once in a while the factory has a big blow out where you can get replacement parts(tops) for cheap. my last 10x10 was 80 bucks at the factory outlet.