My dryer "Speed Queen" Super Extra Heavy Duty Commercial Use, finally met its maker. 2 weeks ago, just goes to show how long it takes for me to make a major purchase. So with research in hand I went down to "Home Depot" simple research others have told me that they got the best prices there.<br><br>The Sheep Wool pulled over your head trick.<br>I looked at this "Admiral" model for 329 was okay looking.<br>Then I looked at this GE model for 359 was much better looking but had an extra knob for some reason. So I thought what the hell for 30 bucks more go with the GE = NOT in stock ? Waaa okay I'll take the Admiral = NOT in stock ? WTF what kind of operation is Home Depot running ? What was in stock are the 400 and over models, Humm smells fishy. <br><br>Then I got two work related phone calls as I walked around yapping, I happen upon this lonely dryer a no-name brand for 299 made in Canada. I asked is this one in stock ? I got a bit of a run around due to I was going down in price and not up. Finally yes they do have one left and theres a 75 dollar "curb side" drop off - I said just throw that in the back of my truck.<br><br>I am not happy with Home depot<br>But since the Dryer is made in Canada I can pound Marg and Alec if it breaks<br><br>
I'm pissed at Home Depot anyway. <br><br>I'm tired of them constantly being out of crap when I go to get it, and also tired of the lack of choice. <br><br>Lowe's, if there is one near you, is much better. The Sam's Clubs around here also sell appliances too. <br><br>I just recently got 2 new air conditioners at Wal-Mart...GE brand...I love 'em. <br><br>
I recently completed a 2-year remodel of my entire house. Lowes was my home away from home. We purchased all our kitchen appliances from them, but here's the catch: I registered with Lowes for a credit card and they offered a one-time 10% off on first purchase. So, being Mr. SmartyPants that I am, I went online and found the exact appliances I wanted. Lowes carried the brands, Kitchenaid, JennAir, Damixa, Kholer, but not those models. I found other online vendors with the very lowest prices and printed those out, walked into Lowes and did a bit of negotiating. They ordered all the exact model appliances for me, beat the other prices, and offered the 10% off. Everything was delivered in a few weeks and I saved well over $1500 dollars in addition to the lowest prices found. Sweet. The kitchen came out perfect.<br><br><br><br>
Oh yeah...why not. <br><br>They probably would have loved to have the business. Even with beating a competitor price plus offering the credit card discount, I think the margins on home improvement stuff are still pretty good. <br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
I got a new mini-fridge today. It's like this one:<br>click here<br>On sale for $19.88. I have an auxiliary power jack in the back of the wagon and a perfect place in the wheel-well to hold it. It would hold a six pack of cans but we will use it for deli meat, cheese and condiments for sandwiches on road trips.<br><br>Enjoy your dryer carp. That's a good deal.<br><br>
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