Spring pricing

mrjoshuanyc Posted By mrjoshuanyc, Apr 29, 2013 at 1:41 PM

  1. mrjoshuanyc

    mrjoshuanyc
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    So I was hopeful that I could save alot of cash buying in the off season but with delivery it seems the price of pellets is close to what I was paying per bag in the height of the season. Do the deals get better during the summer or is this as good as it gets? $100 to deliver 3 tons takes all the savings!
     
  2. john193

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    Have you tried woodpellets.com?
     
  3. mrjoshuanyc

    mrjoshuanyc
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    Not only does wood pellets.com charge alot to ship but they add tax. I dont think pellets are taxable. Works out to be 6bucks or more a bag. I paid 6 bucks a bag during the winter season. I guess only way to save is to pick up. Can't wait to haul 3 tons!
     
  4. john193

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    I see. They don't deliver in my area so this is news to me. Most people on here seem to like them. Like you said, if you want the max savings you gotta pick it up yourself. I had one dealer quote me 180 bucks to deliver 4 tons?!?!?
     
  5. jack kunicki

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    Pretty sure there's no state tax. However, local municipalities can charge tax? Crazy.
     

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