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Pacific Energy Price increase YUK !

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by clambdin, Mar 10, 2006.

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  1. clambdin

    clambdin New Member

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    I priced a PE summit classic 3 weeks ago and after some thinking decided to go ahead and get one, So I call my dealer today and they inform me that it will now cost $300.00 More than before as PE had a price increase !! anybody know where i can get a good deal on a PE stove ? I am in Indiana.

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  2. hh3f

    hh3f Member

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    what is the total price? It might be inline with what everyone else is paying.
  3. clambdin

    clambdin New Member

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    Summit classic black with nickel door $2300.00
  4. hh3f

    hh3f Member

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    I got the Pacific insert (mid-size) last august with the gold door and paid $2000 in Ct. I don't think that is still that bad of a price for a bigger stove. Take the black door and save about $200. Good luck its a very good stove and user friendly.
  5. PAJerry

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    Just called my dealer, since we were going to get the Vista insert ordered in April. They haven't been notified of any increase yet, but expect it any day, and will honor the old pricing on any orders placed before the notification comes in the mail. I'm gonna talk to the financial director (my wife) tonight and might place the order tomorrow morning. Saving a couple hundred bucks is well worth it. Thanks for the heads-up!!!
  6. Shane

    Shane Minister of Fire

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    It's kind of funny. I have several people each year that wait until the "season" is over to get a good deal on their stove. I always explain to them that that's when the price increases come and that the best deal they'll probably get is the price I'm offering now. Enviros have already gone up somewhere around 10%. Travis pellet stoves went up 9% back in November or somewhere abouts. I'd imagine that we'll see another from them in the next couple months. VC raised a couple of prices nothing too bad. The only year that I can remember not seeing price increases was 2001 and that wasn't because they didn't need to raise prices it was an attempt to help spur the economy after the attacks. Then in 2002 they made up for their lack of 01 price increase.
  7. MountainStoveGuy

    MountainStoveGuy Minister of Fire

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    Yep, we get all our new pricing in march and april. And i mean everything. Pipe, tools, stoves, etc.
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    babalu87 New Member

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    Ah supply and demand

    Demand goes up prices go dow.......................... up?
  9. Willhound

    Willhound Feeling the Heat

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    With Pacific Energy being in Canada, I wonder how much of the price increase is as a result of the rising CDN $$$$.
    Exchange rate is often quoted as a detriment to exports as it makes our Canadian products less attractive price-wise in the U.S.

    Willhound
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