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new, near new, store returns, and used applainces  show up regularly at Habitat Restores (Habitat for Humanity). .Might have to try several stores , several times. It is hit or miss. For example, when it hits hards, can get a new/near new appliance for 25-35% of current store price. Used great condition stainless double over top-brand maybe $200.

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I would suggest that you DO NOT consider purchasing from Sears or from K-Mart, because they may go out of business (2 of their executives have just quit, according to an article I read 1 or 2 days ago).  They are on the verge of bankruptcy and are closing stores.  GL with whatever you decide to purchase!

 

ETA: When I lived in TX, I needed to buy a Refrigerator and I called around to different stores. A Montgomery-Ward store in Dallas had a Refrigerator that was the previous year model. Until then, I didn't know Refrigerators had model years.  I bought it and saved money. It was Brand New and in Perfect Condition, but it was the previous year model.  

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new, near new, store returns, and used applainces  show up regularly at Habitat Restores (Habitat for Humanity). .Might have to try several stores , several times. It is hit or miss. For example, when it hits hards, can get a new/near new appliance for 25-35% of current store price. Used great condition stainless double over top-brand maybe $200.

 

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We bought a 30" DOUBLE oven with all the features at the ReStore for $100.  We also bought an extra-capacity electric clothes dryer for $150.  (Demand is the only reason I can see the dryer costing more than the oven.)

 

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I was in Habitat Restore the other day.  Got a great deal on a Hansgrohe stainless kitchen faucet, so I went to Home Depot and got a stainless sink.  This completes my stainless kitchen conversion. Here was by budget:

    --Very high end double oven ( craigslist. drove 4 hours r/t)

    --very high end  5 burner stove top ( Habitat Restore)

    --Major brand (not sears related) french door, with lower drawer refrig (store return, Sears Appliance outlet, and some well placed magnets. This was the budget eater)

     --range hood ( distributors showroom. Severely scratched  in the back that goes against wall. not visible at all when installed)

     --- microwave (walmart sale)

     --dishwasher (HD special buy, with free delivery. self installed)

     --large trash can, with foot pedal opener

     total cost for all of above, $2200 plus $300 for installation of oven, and hood (a little high for labor, but came on short notice)

Feel pretty good because it looks just as nice as a friend who made one stop and got the equivalent quality (with full stove though, and all the appliance the same brand)  for $18,000 plus tax and finance, being installed by a contractor.

 

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I was in Habitat Restore the other day.  Got a great deal on a Hansgrohe stainless kitchen faucet, so I went to Home Depot and got a stainless sink.  This completes my stainless kitchen conversion. Here was by budget:

    --Very high end double oven ( craigslist. drove 4 hours r/t)

    --very high end  5 burner stove top ( Habitat Restore)

    --Major brand (not sears related) french door, with lower drawer refrig (store return, Sears Appliance outlet, and some well placed magnets. This was the budget eater)

     --range hood ( distributors showroom. Severely scratched  in the back that goes against wall. not visible at all when installed)

     --- microwave (walmart sale)

     --dishwasher (HD special buy, with free delivery. self installed)

     --large trash can, with foot pedal opener

     total cost for all of above, $2200 plus $300 for installation of oven, and hood (a little high for labor, but came on short notice)

Feel pretty good because it looks just as nice as a friend who made one stop and got the equivalent quality (with full stove though, and all the appliance the same brand)  for $18,000 plus tax and finance, being installed by a contractor.

 

 

Nice job.

 

I really need to get moving in this.  I should have done it a few weeks ago as we are hosting stuff.  Oh well.

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