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High end Range pricing

Posted by waruguru (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 14, 13 at 9:30

Hi,

Does anyone have a price list for high end ranges (e.g. Wolf, Bluestar, Thermador, CC, etc.)?

Ideally including 30,36,48", all gas or DF where applicable, +/- bells and whistles.

Even MSRPs would be helpful, it's hard to make informed decisions when you only have a very vague idea of cost.

Thanks!


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RE: High end Range pricing

Wolf posts MSRP on their site, I think. You can find Blue Star pricing with some poking around on the Web.

If you are near a good appliance store, you can also just walk in and look around/ask.


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Many are listed on ajmadison's or other etailer websites. Had to call a dealer to get Bluestar pricing.


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I guess I was hoping someone had done the leg work for the rest of us. I know there are ways to find the prices, but if there were all in one place it would save everyone in my position from doing a lot of work.
Anyway, maybe I'll just stop complaining and compile all the info I can find.


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RE: High end Range pricing

Here is the wolf pricing


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I paid about $5500 for bluestar RNB 36" with island trim, Including shipping and tax. And I had added an additional 22k btu burner. (swapped out one of the 15k's)

They delivered it into my garage. I had a local professional install it.

This was about three years ago.


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"I was hoping someone had done the leg work for the rest of us'

W O W !

Don't you think that's just a bit much to ask of total strangers for something that changes fairly rapidly ?


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About a year ago, 36" colored Bluestar w/griddle, 6k delivered...So Cal


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