Just started shopping for a TT a few weeks ago. Getting it narrowed down to a 25-30' relatively light weight and floorplans. Looked online and leary of the wholesalers but the prices look good. Any suggestions? Seems too good to be true. Want to get the best price. Hate dealing with salesmen. Live in N FL.
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Thanks for the replies folks. while at a show recently, there was a paper inside the coaches that had MSRP and then options added to arrive at new price. Plus on some coaches, taped to on outside of them next to door it said list and show price. So I was basing the percentage off from what I perceived at list. Good starting point anyways.
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I have a question I'm asking on behalf of a relative. Does the same principal apply to TT's like it does to 5ers when buying new and taking 25-30% off list price? They saw a couple TT's at a show recently and the list prices were like 37-38,000 and "show" priced at 31-32,000. Based on my calculations, they should sell at around 27-28,000. Am I right on this? Any input would be greatly appreciated as we might have someone to go w/ us camping w/ their own rig.
Thanks in advance.
We got ours that listed for 33k for 20k last year, 2011, I think it all depends on where they are located and what you are looking for. I felt it was definitely a buyers market, and with gas climbing this year it should still be. I know we were looking at 2010 asked for an offer, and when we counter offered we countered on the 2011 by only $600 dollars and they took, it for a bigger newer rig, my husband said he should have gone lower but I was fine with the price. It's a 33ft bullet 288 model. I love it. So I would say shop around, we live in Albany, NY but bought in New Hamphsire, it was worth the trip...