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Just got my price quote!

edited 10:37AM in EggHead Forum
The quote was for a large egg, platesetter, pizza stone and nest. 2nd quote was with no nest. Do these prices seem reasonable?

Large EGG
Plate Setter
Pizza stone
901.84 AFTER TAX

802.99 AFTER TAX



  • Jeff,
    I purchased mine about 3 years ago and paid around $825.00 for a large with nest and plat setter.
  • O.K,

    This was with tax and a pizza stone also, so I guess it sounds fair.

  • JeffersonianJeffersonian Posts: 4,244
    That looks very reasonable, esp. with the accessories. I'd jump on it.
  • You can buy a large online for $629 delivered!!
  • JeffersonianJeffersonian Posts: 4,244
    Yeah, but once you throw in the accessories you mentioned you're probably $100 above that. Factor out taxes of about 7-8% and the difference is maybe $100-125. For the peace of mind the warranty gives, plus the value of having a working relationship with your dealer, I'd probably go with getting it locally.
  • dhuffjrdhuffjr Posts: 3,182
    That is a good price. Ask yourself do I want/need a nest and are you going to want a table? I've got two nests I bought at fests and don't use either. I've got little kids and a big crazzy dog so mine sit on the ground.
  • I am in Florida.Just got a large from local dealer, Just the egg was list of 699. Got 10% off and delivery was free. Had another dealer quote me the 699.
    Had Florida sales tax to pay over and above. The dealer I used gives 10% off on all BGE and accessories. :)
  • I AM going to skip the nest! I plan to build my own table, and you are right, I will have a 100.00 nest collecting dust.

  • jodijojojodijojo Posts: 7
    i just got a large one from an ace hardware for 599 including the nest.

    When I researched it, I called their headquarters in georgia (i live about 30 miles from there) figuring it might be cheaper to buy from the source, but their eggs were more expensive (eggspensive? :laugh: ) than buying them from other authorized retailers in the area.
    So I called the various authorized retailers around and got a different price from each of them. It seems this particular ace hardware store sells a lot more eggs than all the others around and that is why they can sell them for cheaper.

    (for any georgia folk, best price was the ace hardware on north druid hills road inside atlanta.)
  • Thanks,

    unfortunately, BBQ Galore was the only authorized seller that showed up on BGE's dealer search for Las Vegas.

    I am going to call the local ACE just to make sure.

  • Michael BMichael B Posts: 986
    You should open your own BGE store!
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