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[Miele] Miele unboxed warehouse sale Nov 15th-17th in Brampton

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Miele unboxed warehouse sale Nov 15th-17th in Brampton

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60%
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November 17, 2018
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Miele
Miele is having an unboxed warehouse sale Nov 15th - 17th in Brampton
http://www.mieleunboxed.ca/

Sales hours posted are
Thursday Nov 15th 11:00AM - 8:00PM
Friday Nov 16th 11:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday Nov 17th 11:00AM - 5:00PM



There have been quite a few of these over the years so there are lots of old threads.

I have heard that they are going to be heavily discounting older products with some dishwashers going for as low as $199.
If you are going to be doing a kitchen reno it's well worth going to.

i have some tips from previous sales:


1) know what Miele Sells and what it is. Going there blindly is not a good idea especially if you think they make blenders. Remember that Miele is a High end Luxury brand so don't expect to find a $499 stove, their freestanding fridge selection is also very limited. Most of their cooking and fridges are made to be built in and not made for replacement of other brands. Come with an open mind for what you want to do there are lots of deals to be had.

2) Understand why they have these sales. This is to clear out old stock and any unboxed, display, returns, damaged box items. Most of what you will find will be last generation or have slight cosmetic issues which is why it’s sold off at a discount. Don't expect to find a lot of new current models there. e.g. they just changed the laundry so expects lots of previous gen but i doubt many current ones will be there. That being said, the older the items, the better the pricing tends to be and it's all quality. The best pricing is always on the older models and most of the time the feature differences are minimal.

3) From previous years, expect a lot of dishwashers, vacuums (normally a few models to choose from, refurbished) and cooking products (especially lots of last generation models including lots of built in coffee and steam ovens). Do not expect a lot of fridges or ranges there will be some, but they haven't launched any new ones lately so there probably are not a lot to choose from. <b> Remember, most of their cooking products are built in</b>

4) When you arrive, you will be standing in line. You will be escorted by a miele person around the sales area who will sticker the appliances with your information and indicate when it’s sold. Generally there are about 15-20 of these people so the line moves continuously but it will still be long. Come early if you don't want to wait in line too long or have a lot of products to buy, last year they let in people before the official opening to help clear the line but other times they haven't. Feel free to take pictures of the appliances when you buy them if you want to make sure you know what you are getting. You will be asked if you want to deliver it or pick it up. If you pick it up make sure you have a vehicle big enough to accommodate your product. Otherwise, just get it delivered, although it costs money it's not worth damaging your car or even your clothes to save a few dollars.

5) All products will be graded A, B or C. Grade A is supposed to be essentially a product that's just unboxed, B a product that has minor scratches or dents in non visible areas (think side of a dishwasher) and Grade C has some visible scratches or possible dents. Examine the products, often Grade B or C products have very minor imperfections that for the extra money you save is well worth it. Everything has been tested and it all comes with a full factory warranty.

5) Some miele people in there will be more knowledgeable about the products than others, if you have questions they do have people who know their stuff, however, they also have people who will essentially just write down the information so don't be afraid to ask questions if you are confused or want clarification, they are very good at getting you the information

6)Pay for their installation if you are not comfortable doing it yourself, you get another year warranty with it as well, so although they charge a small premium for installing it, the extra year is nice to have. Dishwasher install is $250 if it's roughed in. prices for install here: https://www.miele.ca/media/domestic_ca/ ... ele.ca.pdf note that Warranty starts from the date of installation if done by Miele as long as it's installed within 6 months of receiving the product.

7) Prices are non-negotiable, whatever it’s marked as is what it is, unless there is a noticeable big dent in the appliance and it’s marked as a grade A, they won’t change the price. Don’t come to expect to haggle. However, sometimes on the last day you will see items marked down with a sharpie.

8) The sales area is relatively small and not all products make it on the floor right away, they tend to restock appliances throughout the day as items are sold and pulled off the floor.
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We just took advantage of the last sale Miele had; $350 off the retail price of a dishwasher. I thought that was good. 60% would've been much better! Too bad they didn't have that deal in Pickering.
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ChrisS489 wrote:
Nov 1st, 2018 9:25 pm
We just took advantage of the last sale Miele had; $350 off the retail price of a dishwasher. I thought that was good. 60% would've been much better! Too bad they didn't have that deal in Pickering.
don't forget that they don't discount current models to 60%.. historically current models have been much less discounted with heavy discounts on the older products.

that being said.. there normally isn't that huge a difference between the models every year.
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I spoke to a couple of distributors, and folks working in the channels, and they all tell me the headache the Brampton market is for consumer electronics and appliances.

That said, their pain is your gain if these units are in good condition. Unboxed/Open Box sales are quite common there because of the absurd return rates.
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redflagdealsguy wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 8:55 am
I spoke to a couple of distributors, and folks working in the channels, and they all tell me the headache the Brampton market is for consumer electronics and appliances.

That said, their pain is your gain if these units are in good condition. Unboxed/Open Box sales are quite common there because of the absurd return rates.
I don't get it at all. Who returns an appliance like a fridge, a vacuum or a washing machine?
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56kbps wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 10:06 am
I don't get it at all. Who returns an appliance like a fridge, a vacuum or a washing machine?
As it turns out, boatloads of Bramptonians.
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For what it's worth, I used to have a built in Miele automated espresso machine. MSRP of about 3 to 4 thousand.

The thing broke after a few years and no one in town could fix it. Googling the issue made it clear that this was a fairly common situation and a lot of people were being stuck with pricy Miele paperweights.

Meanwhile my parents Zellers drip coffee maker is going on like 10 years. And it makes tasty coffee.

Moral: going high end isn't always better.
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56kbps wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 10:46 am
For what it's worth, I used to have a built in Miele automated espresso machine. MSRP of about 3 to 4 thousand.

The thing broke after a few years and no one in town could fix it. Googling the issue made it clear that this was a fairly common situation and a lot of people were being stuck with pricy Miele paperweights.

Meanwhile my parents Zellers drip coffee maker is going on like 10 years. And it makes tasty coffee.



Moral: going high end isn't always better.
did you ask Miele about fixing it?
considering that they sometimes do free 10 year warranty events they obviously have some confidence in their products.
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56kbps wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 10:06 am
I don't get it at all. Who returns an appliance like a fridge, a vacuum or a washing machine?
Brampton is just where their warehouse is.. doesn't mean that these products are returns from people living in Brampton.
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dracolnyte wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 10:45 am
Any hood fans?
yes, there are always hood fans and always very discounted, especially if they have any scratches.

i saw in previous years 70-80% off on a lot of them, just older designs that frankly you couldn't tell wasn't current.
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56kbps wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 10:06 am
I don't get it at all. Who returns an appliance like a fridge, a vacuum or a washing machine?
Brampton has their warehouse as indicated above.

That said, I wouldn't be surprised if most of the returns came from people in Brampton. LOL
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georgecantstandya wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 11:28 am
Brampton has their warehouse as indicated above.

That said, I wouldn't be surprised if most of the returns came from people in Brampton. LOL
Not sure if still true today, but a few years ago this was the case:
Miele owns all display models in all showrooms across Canada.
When those were refreshed, the old displays went to the warehouse sale in Brampton. Most of what you saw were these, and unsold old models from warehouse.
Also a few returns, and some that were damaged during delivery.
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do they provide delivery plzz

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