And you decided to purchase a hot tub. This is the first step on your journey to reap health benefits from the hot tub and daily hot water therapy transformation. Your journey's next steps are critical. You are going to decide which is the best hot tub model to purchase, which hot tub accessories you need and who is going to earn your business. You can make or break your ownership experience by buying from a trusted brand and an established local dealer.
Getting the Best Price
In order to close a sale, most owners are willing to take about $500 off a hot tub price. In contrast to salesmen and managers who only get paid commissions on the initial sale, owners think longer term. Selling a hot tub also means selling chemicals, filters and other accessories to you. Even though they're giving up $500 right now, over the course of owning the hot tub, they can make up in other sales.
Consider ongoing cost
If you buy a hot tub, the last thing to think about is the continuing cost of running the hot tub. It doesn't mean much to get a great initial rate if it costs you an arm and a leg to operate the hot tub. That's why you want to factor in the hot tub's "price to own" as well as the initial cost of buying it. There are two things to consider when looking at the cost of ownership: energy efficiency (the cost of running the hot tub) and ease of maintenance (the time it takes to keep the hot tub properly).
Now you should be ready with all you need to make sure you get a ton on a great used hot tubs for sale. There are more factors to get a good deal than just the final price, as you can see. Other major factors that should be weighed before making a purchase are after-sale operation and long-term running costs.