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July 19, 2006


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Or... you can just ask someone who works at GE. They'll send you a link to the employee store and you can shop at employee prices. I did this for my dad and he saved big bucks on a new washer.

So if you're in the mood for an appliance, let me know ;)

The scratch and dent route is a good one. Sometimes the markdowns are worth it. We got our dryer for over 40% off because it was a return; the previous owner said it wasn't drying the clothes but that was because she had never cleaned the lint trap! $100 for an almost-new dryer is pretty good.

Is there a web site that will comparison shop for me? How would I go about asking for employee discounts on appliances?

Am looking for a GE Spacemaker Over-the-Range Microwave Oven, white.

Also a GE 24 inch Electric Single Self Cleaning Wall Oven,white.

What are my chances of getting one of those discounts?

I need all the help I can get to save $$$.

All suggestions appreciated.

Kim --


Offer to pay cash/check if possible. I saved about $250 when I purchased an LG washer and dryer and got free delivery/instalation.

I am always fascinated in bargain hunting and your tips are indeed very helpful. I also noticed that you got nice topic here.

You mention it briefly, but it's not always necessary to buy a new appliance if the one you have isn't working 100%. There is a good chance that whatever problem you're running in to can be solved quickly and cost-effectively on your own, you just need to be willing to put in the time. There are a few other sites similar to Repair Clinic that help you diagnose the problem and then walk you through what you need to do to fix it. One of the better ones is - I really like this site because they have tons of instructions and comments from other people who have had the some problem you're having. It's pretty helpful to read what another average Joe had to say about their repair.

Hope this is helpful!

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