#1
i am looking into buying a B-52 combo amp at $550 but i was wondering if that is something you can negotiate and get a better price. And if its possible, whats a reasonable price to bring it down to?
#2
i always try to go atleast $100 under and bargin up
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#4
Sometimes they won't budge. Depends on item and sales rep. I'd start a hundred lower too and work my way up. Fifty is what I'd expect them to take off, any less, walk away.
#5
just say something like "so what kind of deal can you give me on this."
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#6
Yeah, like my nearest guitar center the salesmen are relaxed so you might not be able to get a lower price cause they don't seem to be trying to kill for sales. But at another guitar center i went to the salesmen were like scavengers, and without asking i got my amp for 20 dollars less, and now that i think about it I could have definitely gotten more off.
#7
No more than $450, including tax. That's about what I paid for mine at GC.