Pricing PE super 27 and tn19, is this right?

new guy Posted By new guy, May 23, 2013 at 4:43 PM

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  1. new guy

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    Only two dealers in my area, only called one so far. super 27 $2500+tax TN19 $1200+tax.

    Can anyone tell me if this is the going numbers?
     
  2. jeff_t

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    Hmmm. I've seen the 27 for around $1800, and the TN for around $900.
     
  3. westkywood

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    I paid somewhere around $1800.00 for my Super 27 about 2 years ago.
     
  4. Sprinter

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    My 27 was about 1750 but had a $100 manufacturer's rebate on top of that last fall. I believe you should be able to get the tn for about 900. However, since they are both built here in the NW, they may have a bit of a premium for shipping to the East. Look for sales promotions this summer and early fall. I found that county and state fairs in the summer are a great time to get discounts.
     
  5. dougstove

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    I put in a Super27 in New Brunswick about 3 years ago; as I recall it was <$2000 delivered and installed with a new stovepipe all the way up through the attic & roof (~15'), with removal of the old stove as well. If the OP wants to do a little cross-border shopping, you might save money. The main east-coast wholesale distributor for PE is near my house though.
     
  6. fox9988

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    TN is $900-$1000 in my area.
     
  7. Cynnergy

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    TN19 here is $950 Cdn. I bought a Super27 on sale for ~$1500 a few weeks ago. I do live within a 3 hour drive from the factory though, with no ferries in between ::-).
     
  8. new guy

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    I'm in Maine, 2hrs to the boarder.
     
  9. new guy

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  10. firefighterjake

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    I believe Tom is a member here . . . many members have bought from him and virtually all have nothing but good things to say about him.
     
  11. begreen

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    The Chimneysweep in Bellingham is where our T6 came from. Tom is a first-class, no BS dealer that knows his stoves. He keeps his customers happy. If you have a problem he will get it solved.
     
  12. tahoostas

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    Got my Alderlea T5, which is a super 27 guts with cast iron outer, for $2100 in 2012. I think the Super 27 was ~$1800...in canada.
     
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