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Frigidaire FGIH3047VF Gallery Series 30" Freestanding Electric Induction Range

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Appliances Connection has Frigidaire FGIH3047VF Gallery Series 30" Freestanding Electric Induction Range on sale for $1179 (discount appears in cart) - $50 Rebate = $1129. Shipping is free. Thanks Nouniard

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Add to cart to see the deal...claims to be a 24-hour sale...

$1,179.00 - $50 mail-in rebate = $1,129

This is almost $600 more everywhere else.

Home Depot: $1,697.40
Lowes: $1699.00

This 30 in. Frigidaire Gallery Front Control Range is packed with time-saving features like True Convection, a 50% faster and easier to clean Induction Cooktop and Steam Clean. Plus, this range is the first on the market to offer Air Fry, at the touch of a button. Get faster, more even multi-rack baking with a powerful convection fan and third heating element that evenly circulates hot air throughout the oven.


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Now I wish my gas range couldn't die by itself z so I can get get an induction range. I really like induction cooktop. Most of cookware work with it. Too bad my gas range is quite new to get rid of.
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Now I wish my gas range couldn't die by itself z so I can get get an induction range. I really like induction cooktop. Most of cookware work with it. Too bad my gas range is quite new to get rid of.
Well the gas will last forever from what i know of people who have it, ...who knows how long these will last. Induction hot plates have been around for many many years so i assume they hold up. The lifespan was my hesitancy being new tech in ranges...but at the time i checked to see if parts were available online and that the induction parts were too and they looked reasonable from what i recall, except of course the control boards and such which are always out the wazoo. Of course that's with diy repairs, without you'll probably buy a new one after who knows how long, no appliances last these days.

Anyways to make a range last don't use the auto-clean, they will fry the circuits boards sooner. These you put water in and steam em clean...i doubt that's too good either long term. I'm still on the fence on that, i try to do it manually as much as possible
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Me neither. I just called and got them to price match +$50 for the white glove option.
Bummer. I called them and they told me the would not match it because they have white glove and therefore it wasn't a match.
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One more advantage of induction is that 100% of the power goes into heating up the cooking vessel unlike either gas or electric where 30% go into cooking and 70% towards heating up the kitchen. This will leave your kitchen a lot cooler. The speed of boiling water is phenomenal. My demo for my induction overn involves demonstration of how quickly water boils. If you are cooking one packet of Ramen noodles, the water boils in almost the same time it takes to tear open the packet and throw it away if you turn the plate on and then start opening.
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Bummer. I called them and they told me the would not match it because they have white glove and therefore it wasn't a match.
I would call back again since they offer white glove it is just an add-on. So have them charge you the extra $$ so it is an apples to apples comparison.
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Thanks Op! Perfect timing. Was looking for an induction range as 2 burners on my electric stopped working last week.

Btw.. Mr. Rebates has 3% cashback for AppliancesConnection
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Bought this from Appliances Connection just before Black Friday last year. Fair warning - when this deal pops up, these ranges tend to get backordered for a few weeks. Mine didn't ship out until the third week of December. That said, Appliances Connection are great, but I had a terrible experience with their freight company, AM Trucking.

They held up the entire delivery because they thought they hadn't received the air fry tray (which, for some reason, they seemed to think was supposed to be a refrigerator?). That caused the shipment to be delayed for a few weeks, then they lost it. Then, after I got Appliances Connection involved, they found it again, but discovered that the glass cooktop had shattered. By this time, it's mid-February, and I still don't have either item, nor the serial numbers required to complete the rebate paperwork. Appliances Connection were able to ship out another range the following week, and it got delivered at the end of February. All told, it was a three month headache.

The range itself is fantastic, FWIW, but if I had known it would take this long, I probably would have coughed up the extra $500 and picked it up at HD or Lowes. YMMV, of course.

Tl;dr Range is great, Appliances Connection's customer service is great, but their logistics seem to be a mess.
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I just switched from an electric cooktop to induction a month or so ago. No ragrats... Not even a single letter
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I can't seem to find the HD chat feature
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Me neither. I just called and got them to price match +$50 for the white glove option.
Me neither Smilie

I used the chat to price match multiple times, last time was in April. They took it out.

I think the best option now is to call. I will edit the original reply.
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$1099 at Lowe's with no rebate, free delivery.

Sorry not the induction.
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We got a Frigidaire Gallery induction stove/oven about 4 years ago, and love induction. As others said, it's a lot faster, a lot quicker to respond to heat changes up and down, and more precise. You can melt chocolate in a pan without using a double boiler. They're also a lot easier to clean, and safer and let off a lot less heat.

Another big plus to consider compared to gas might be cleaner air, especially if you don't have a hood vent that's vented outside. https://rmi.org/insight/gas-stove...ion-health
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Isn't gas cheaper than electricity?
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Why is this popular? Can someone explain?
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Almost $600 cheaper than homedepot and Lowe's. No tax for some.
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Did anyone have luck getting Home Depot to price match? They told me since they had to put in a zip code and payment information, they wouldn't honor it. Kinda weird since for me, I just add it to cart and there's no issue at all seeing the price
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