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Whirlpool 24" Built-In Stainless Steel Dishwasher EXPIRED

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Best Buy has for My Best Buy Members (free to join): Whirlpool 24" Built-In Stainless Steel Dishwasher (WDT730PAHZ) on sale for $399.99. Delivery is free where available, otherwise select free curbside pickup. Thanks kapestais

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  • This dishwasher features a sensor that detects the type of load and selects the appropriate cycle, and an integrated fan pulls in fresh air to thoroughly dry your dishes.
  • Operating sound level: 51 decibels. -oceanlake

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My first post, hope I did this right.

Listed price is 629 but when you're logged in with the my best buy account it drops the price to 399.

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Thanks! For certain searches I prefer to crowd source information from likeminded people by asking basic questions that people can respond to as they please. It also gives depth to the thread that others benefit from.
Babies sleep through anything they are use to
Plastic Tub, not good.

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51db seems OK, I think 48 is lowest I've seen. Anybody have any thoughts about this compared to other recent deals or ones they are waiting for?
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Nice find, OP. I need black stainless steel, but TU for this good deal.
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I wouldn't want anything higher than 45 but that's because we have a baby.
Babies sleep through anything they are use to
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Plastic Tub, not good.
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51db seems OK, I think 48 is lowest I've seen. Anybody have any thoughts about this compared to other recent deals or ones they are waiting for?
Recently bought Kitchenaid 39db ultra low noise
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THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! Been on a hunt for a dishwasher and this was perfect timing. The missus will be happy. Happy Mother's Day to her? Thanks OP. Repped!!
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Plastic Tub, not good.
This.
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I actually saw this deal last weekend and bought it and installed yesterday. It's a great dishwasher and it's really quiet
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Plastic Tub, not good.
But is it worth the extra cost?

I have some rental property. Cant remember ever having to replace a dishwasher because the plastic tub went bad.
I would say if that happens it has been so long you need a new washer anyways.
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Plastic Tub, not good.

Noob question but what's the alternative, and do you have an example model?

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Recently bought Kitchenaid 39db ultra low noise

Mind sharing the model and what a slick price is for it? Thanks
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Noob question but what's the alternative, and do you have an example model?




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Alternative is stainless steel tub. Arguably much better, but lots of debate on price vs. performance.

Also, https://www.lowes.com/pd/KitchenA...1000297635

Although I'm pleased to respond to you. I'd also encourage you to flex your Google-ing muscles a little. If you have to post to ask questions as simple as these (I literally googled "Kitchenaid 39db" and got tons of results), you'll be blown away by what else you can find. Smilie
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Alternative is stainless steel tub. Arguably much better, but lots of debate on price vs. performance.

Also, https://www.lowes.com/pd/KitchenA...1000297635

Although I'm pleased to respond to you. I'd also encourage you to flex your Google-ing muscles a little. If you have to post to ask questions as simple as these (I literally googled "Kitchenaid 39db" and got tons of results), you'll be blown away by what else you can find. Smilie

Thanks! For certain searches I prefer to crowd source information from likeminded people by asking basic questions that people can respond to as they please. It also gives depth to the thread that others benefit from.
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