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Where can I find Budweiser holiday steins?

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Budweiser holiday steins are widely available from a number of retail outlets. They can be found online or at traditional brick-and-mortar locations. Prices will vary depending on available styles and variations.

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Among the retailers with the largest selection of Budweiser holiday steins, Amazon offers a large inventory of over 85 styles as of August 2014, with prices ranging from $5.95 to over $200. Many specialty retailers such as Steinland Gifts & Collectibles and Sam’s Man Cave also offer large selections of steins at a wide array of prices. Auction sites like eBay also list a wide selection of holiday steins.

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