Pre-Thanksgiving Sale 2016
Walton’s 2016 Pre-Thanksgiving Sale at WALTONSINC.COM
11/14/2016 to 11/20/2016: Walton’s 2016 Pre-Thanksgiving Sale at WALTONSINC.COM
What’s On Sale?
$5 flat rate shipping on orders over $75
Save $2 on all Excalibur Seasoning Shakers
Walton’s Flexible Cutting Mats
Weston 330lb Digital Scale
Poly Bag Sealer - Stainless Steel
Weston 44lb Meat Mixer
Compact Digital Kitchen Scale
Red Santa Casings
Weston Dehydrator 80L Pro Series
Weston Dehydrator 160L Pro Series
Weston 10 Tray Digital Dehydrator
VacMaster VP112S Vacuum Sealer
8x12 Vacuum Pouches 100 Count (non-chambered)
Walton’s 8x12 100 Count Vacuum Pouches (chambered)
Walton’s 8x12 1,000 Count Vacuum Pouches (chambered)
FREE Excalibur Sauce on orders over $50 with coupon code THANKSGIVING
Coupons and Savings
Use coupon code THANKSGIVING at waltonsinc.com to receive 1 FREE Excalibur Sauce of your choice. Valid until 11/20/2016.
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Holiday sales are finally here and they begin with the annual Walton’s Pre-Thanksgiving Sale! Huge savings and $5 flat rate shipping starts now (11/14/2016) and continues until 11/20/2016. Make sure you click the “Watch” button on the Walton’s Blog section of the Meatgistics website and subscribe to the WaltonsTV YouTube channel to be the first to know about our all our sales. Our ThanksBlackMonday sale begins on Tuesday November 22nd, as well, so stay tuned for even more savings on a ton of other items as well
@PapaSop These don’t suck one bit!
@PapaSop im not impressed, those welds are terrible and doesnt appear to have good penetration. Also if i can give some advice to the manufacturer of the blades where it is welded should not be a flat welding on round stock. Cut a half moon in the flat stock so it slides over the round stock by half of of it. This will give alot better stability and welded surface
@PapaSop im wondering what your smoking/cooking schedule was. Thinking maybe cooked too fast? Also i never use a binder in mine. Yes they were wrinkled but we dont have the wet bulb option as the big processors do to maintain moisture