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Hot Deal: YETI Drops Drinkware Prices by 25%

What’s better than a YETI sale, you might wonder? A price drop on some of YETI’s most popular drinkware products.

YETI just launched an update on its drinkware, and we’re pretty excited. If you need (or want) a YETI Colster and a few Rambler products, you’re in luck, because the price just dropped.

See all discounted YETI drinkware

YETI Sale: 25% Off Select Styles

Rambler 26oz. with TripleHaul Cap: $30

YETI Rambler bottle

The 26-ounce Rambler bottle is a great size for camping trips, road trips, and more. The bottle is double-wall vacuum-insulated to keep drinks cold (or hot). It comes with YETI’s signature TripleHaul Cap, a leakproof cap with three-finger grip. Best of all, it’s now $10 cheaper.

Shop the 26oz. Rambler

Rambler Colster: $19

YETI rambler colster

Upgrade from your old drink koozie to this YETI can insulator. Especially on long summer days, this hard-sided, double-wall vacuum cooler sleeve is a handy accessory. Plus, it fits in backpack pockets and car cup holders.

Whether you’re drinking beer, seltzer, or cider, the Colster is sure to keep it cold. And there are nine awesome colors to choose from.

Shop the Rambler Colster

Rambler 18oz. with TripleHaul Cap: $22

YETI rambler 18 oz. bottle

The 18-ounce Rambler bottle is a great size for day hikes, daily commutes, and airport travel. The bottle is double-wall vacuum insulated to keep drinks cold (or hot). Like the 26-ounce bottle on sale, this bottle comes with YETI’s TripleHaul Cap.

Shop the 18oz. Rambler


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Mary is based out of GearJunkie's Denver, CO office. She has a degree in English and Journalism, and been writing professionally for over five years. Her outdoor interests span from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to skiing to pack-paddleboarding. If she's not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.