Frugal Ways to Save Money on Best Home Appliances

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  1. sandy weinstein
    January 12, 2014

    i just had to buy a new washer, my ge died after 15 yrs, it was in the house i bought. the gas dryer still works. i am shell shocked over the price of these. i looked at used, terrible, went to sevl stores-bestbuy, lowes, home depot, to their clearance section. you have to go to several of the same stores. also went to sears outlet,- which if i was looking for a very nice discounted dryer/washer i would have gotten one, but am selling house and did not want bi expense. i got a good deal on one that had a few scratches and had been returned b/c the dryer had been broken. some of the used ones i saw were good but i did not get there in time to get them….however, they only offer 90 day warranty. lowes got almost full yr plus for 60 got 3 yr, not sure if i am going to keep but does transfer to new person if sell.

  2. Sarah Mueller
    January 12, 2014

    You certainly did your homework! We haven’t needed appliances in quite a while thankfully, but I do remember when we purchased our last oven and dishwasher, we haggled with the salesman at Sears and when he wouldn’t give any discount, we went across the street to Lowes where they had a better price and threw in free delivery. It really pays to shop around.
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