The Best Cabela's Fall Hunting Classic Deals for Car Owners

Jason Siu
by Jason Siu

Cabela’s massive Fall Hunting Classic event has kicked off, running from August 19th to September 8, 2021. We know that plenty of our readers love exploring the great outdoors and going off-roading, so now’s a great time to gear up for your next fall camping trip. Below, you’ll find a list of the best Cabela’s Fall Hunting Classic deals for car owners, so you can save money and time.

For more information on the best Cabela’s Fall Hunting Classic deals, refer to our table of contents below.

1. Champion 3500W Blackout Generator

No camping trip is complete without a proper power generator. Champion's 3500w Blackout Generator is currently on sale at Cabela's for $279.77, saving you $100.22. This generator delivers 4,375 starting watts and 3,500 running watts of power, thanks to a 224cc Champion OHV engine. At 50-percent load, this generator is capable of providing power for up to nine running hours, which should be more than adequate for your family camping trip. It's relatively quiet at 68dB from 23 feet away and power outlets on this generator include a 120V 30A locking outlet, a 120V 30A RV outlet, and a pair of 120V 20A household outlets.

The generator includes a 3.4-gallon gas tank, folding handle, and never flat tires. Champion provides a three-year limited warranty with this generator.

2. Open Road Brands "I Might Get Lost" Novelty Tin Sign

Need a gift idea for that Jeep off-roader in your life? This novelty tin sign from Open Road Brands reads "I may get lost... but I'll never get stuck." You can save 52 percent off at Cabela's right now, bringing the price down to $4.77 and making it an ideal stocking stuffer for the holiday season. Measuring 9.75-inches tall by six-inches wide, this is an easy-to-hang tin sign that's ideal for any off-road enthusiast.

There are other options too, like a " Jeep Explore More" sign or something for a Ford owner.

3. Bass Pro Shops Licensed Jeep Camping Playset

Here's another great gift idea, especially if you're raising a future off-roader under your roof. It's a Bass Pro Shops Licensed Jeep Camping Playset for Kids, featuring a bright blue Jeep Rubicon that is true to Jeep tradition with a removable top and doors. Along with the toy Jeep, you'll also get an action figure, camp chair, campfire, and lantern. Grab this and save 25 percent right now, which brings the price down to $14.97.

4. Streamlight MicroStream USB Rechargeable Flashlight

It's one of those accessories we feel like every car owner should have in their glovebox: a compact, powerful flashlight. You just never know when you'll need one and having it handy inside your car for an emergency is just a smart thing to do. This option from Streamlight is the MicroStream USB rechargeable flashlight and its ultracompact design ensures it'll fit in your glovebox or center console. Its C4 LED has selectable high and low modes and casts out 250 max lumens to over 220 feet. It's plenty durable too, with an anodized, machined-aluminum housing with a scratch-resistant polycarbonate lens. It meets IPX4 standards for water-resistance and also has impact resistance of about 3.3 feet.

Streamlight says this flashlight can run up to 1.5 hours on high or 3.5 hours on low and the internal battery can be recharged up to 300 times. It's currently priced at $29.99, saving you $20.00 over its regular price.

5. Carhartt Seat Back Organizer

If you're shopping for a back seat organizer for your car, there are plenty of options to choose from. But if you want something that's durable and high quality, you'll want to consider this seat back organizer from the experts at Carhartt. Featuring a heavy duty canvas with an intuitive attachment system, you'll get gusseted cargo pockets and an integrated MOLLE system that is compatible with MOLLE accessories. The adjustable hardware makes it easy to remove, tighten, and configure the seat organizer so it stays put for years to come. Among its assortment of pockets is an elastic mesh water bottle pocket, which comes in handy on long road trips.

You can currently save $15 off the regular price of the Carthartt seat back organizer, bringing it down to $54.99.

6. PetSafe Premium Bench Seat Cover

Is your four-legged friend planning to accompany you on your next road trip or camping journey? If so, you'll probably want to grab yourself a bench seat cover. This option from PetSafe is made from 100-percent cotton twill with leather trim and brass grommets. It uses a SmartFit system with elastic panels on the sides and front so that it's compatible with a wide range of vehicles, so long as you have a bench seat.

To help keep this seat cover in place are Sta-Put seat anchors, seat-belt keepers, and cinch straps on the corner. There's also a non-slip backing and a waterproof membrane to keep dirt, mud, and other elements away from your actual seats. Naturally it's machine washable, so once you're back from your trip, toss it into your washing machine and it'll be ready for your next vacation.

7. Garmin DriveSmart 65 GPS Navigator

Although built-in navigation units are becoming more common in new vehicles, you might have an older car that doesn't have nav. And while your phone can serve as a method of navigation, it's often not as convenient as a dedicated GPS unit like Garmin's DriveSmart 65. It's currently $30 off at $239.99, featuring a 6.5-inch display and DriveSmart voice-activated direction. Built-in WiFi makes it easy to keep your maps and software up to date, while the Garmin Drive App can provide this unit with live traffic data so you can avoid delays in your route.

Additional features for this GPS unit include the ability to see text messages and other notifications from your phone on the navigator's screen, along with Bluetooth to sync with your phone for hands-free calls. Built-in TripAdvisor traveler ratings will help you narrow down your choice of food or hotel on your next road trip.

This unit comes preloaded with maps for the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico ,U.S. Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, and Bahamas.

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Jason Siu
Jason Siu

Jason Siu began his career in automotive journalism in 2003 with Modified Magazine, a property previously held by VerticalScope. As the West Coast Editor, he played a pivotal role while also extending his expertise to Modified Luxury & Exotics and Modified Mustangs. Beyond his editorial work, Jason authored two notable Cartech books. His tenure at saw him immersed in the daily news cycle, yet his passion for hands-on evaluation led him to focus on testing and product reviews, offering well-rounded recommendations to AutoGuide readers. Currently, as the Content Director for VerticalScope, Jason spearheads the content strategy for an array of online publications, a role that has him at the helm of ensuring quality and consistency across the board.

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