Thread DetailsLast Edited by PoopShoot August 15, 2016 at 07:55 AM
It's listed for $899, but when you add to your cart, it drops to $764.99 at checkout. NOTE: You must go all the way through checkout, as if you are paying. The price will not drop until you do so. It'll show $899 in your cart until then.
There is an available coupon you can load for appliances over $499. For me it was $65 off and it brought the price down to $699. It also comes with free delivery.
There are no reviews for this model yet, but it appears to be in line with other similar models, just with a few more bells and whistles.
NOTE: If you want free delivery and installation, it forces you to buy hoses. The stainless ones end up being $19.99 in cart. They will otherwise not hook it up for you and test the machine. They'll just drop it off. It's a bit of a scam, but I went for it because I wanted to upgrade to those hoses anyway.
I wanted to buy this at Best Buy because they have 5 x rewards points right now. It's currently listed there for $809. I called to price match and they said they definitely could not match the $65 coupon and they also would not match the 15% off that happens when you put it in your cart. So, it was hard to justify buying from Best Buy because of this.
The reason I needed a washer is I was smelling a moldy/mildew smell on our LG washer from 2006. On Consumer Reports, I found out there is a class action lawsuit against many manufacturers from this time for this reason. Supposedly I can get a $105 rebate from LG (which I've applied for but have not received) so long as I still own the washer, and have to buy a new one to replace it.
Also, I happen to live in Los Angeles County who gives rebates for energy efficient appliances. Most sites allow you to punch in your zip code and will tell you what rebates are available in your area. This model happened to qualify for the max rebate of $300.
So basically after all this, I'm able to get a new washing machine for around $350 including tax.