Pricing a Mathews. Help!

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RE: Pricing a Mathews. Help!

Postby klumbo » Wed Sep 09, 2009 5:48 am

JPH if it does not matter what state the quote comes from give Harvery Weddington a call at (606)796-3918 he owns Valley Archery Supply he is located in Vanceburg Ky. I live in southern Ohio and out of the 5 or 6 dealers that I called he was the cheapist he beat some of the other dealers by $90 and that was without telling any of the dealers that I had talked to other dealers.

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RE: Pricing a Mathews. Help!

Postby JPH » Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:50 am

Thanks for the advice everyone. Please keep the ideas coming. So far I have only used the "dealer locator" on the Mathews site and stayed in Iowa, but I've already been quoted as low as $690.

I'll still have to rob a bank, but whatever. It's only money, right?

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Postby Patriot » Wed Sep 09, 2009 11:22 am

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Thanks for the advice everyone. Please keep the ideas coming. So far I have only used the "dealer locator" on the Mathews site and stayed in Iowa, but I've already been quoted as low as $690.

I'll still have to rob a bank, but whatever. It's only money, right?

 
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RE: Pricing a Mathews. Help!

Postby S.W.A.T. 33 » Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:55 pm

What's that 390.00 for the bow,300.00 for the name Mathews. Thats a littel steap for me. Maybe you need to rob two banks?
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RE: Pricing a Mathews. Help!

Postby Goose » Wed Sep 09, 2009 10:29 pm

I knew it was coming,only a matter of time when someone brings up the name Mathews.[8|]
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Postby JPH » Thu Sep 10, 2009 2:21 am

Yeah Goose, I agree. I guess I kind of invited it with the "rob a bank" remark, but let me say that I am not looking to debate Mathews vs. any other brand. I decided to go with a Mathews years ago.

By the way, I've got one guy down to $659. He won't take my bow in trade but Scheel's will match that price and take a trade in.

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Postby buckhunter21 » Thu Sep 10, 2009 5:13 pm

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Thanks for the advice everyone. Please keep the ideas coming. So far I have only used the "dealer locator" on the Mathews site and stayed in Iowa, but I've already been quoted as low as $690.

I'll still have to rob a bank, but whatever. It's only money, right?

 
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Postby DoeEyed » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:55 pm

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By the way, I've got one guy down to $659. He won't take my bow in trade but Scheel's will match that price and take a trade in.


That price plus trade in sounds like a pretty good deal. When I bought my dxt the dealer also gave me a 10% discount on accessories. Would Scheels do that as well?
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RE: Pricing a Mathews. Help!

Postby Goose » Thu Sep 10, 2009 10:37 pm

Good point DoeEyed, my dealer did that as well.
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RE: Pricing a Mathews. Help!

Postby JPH » Fri Sep 11, 2009 3:50 am

Scheel's gave me the option of $699 and 25% off accessories or $659 and nothing off accessories. Since I plan to transfer my rest, quiver, release, arrows and stabilizer to the new bow, I decided to take the $659.
 
I gave them my card over the phone and my bow is sitting there waiting for me. They said I should expect about $100-$150 for my trade. It is not much, but it's still another "discount". I wish I could have taken my buisness to a local shop but when you are talking about that kind of price tag, price + trade in sells.
 
Again, thanks for the advice. It ended up saving me $100!
 

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