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[Leon's] Washer / Dryer Deals

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Nov 22, 2009
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[Leon's] Washer / Dryer Deals

We all know about the HD mayteg deal $896

Can be PM'ed at sears with 200 series model (white), Leons will pricematch and include free delivery ( 200 serties whites.)

No other PM's are avail. If there are any cupons or PM's please post.


NOW Leons also posting in thweir flyer a Sammy set for $1078 and has another set of Sammy's for $1098 just via their washer/dryer llink .

Any Pm's or coupons here ?
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Sounds like a hot deal that the new ones cost $200 more.
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If looking to spend $1078, hold out for the GE set (6800 series) as they are better with an internal water heater that gives you a sanitize and anti-bacterial feature. Good for kitchen rags, bed sheets, bed bug concerns, etc.

Great set! Most of the sub $1,000 do not have this, heck most over $1,000 don't have that.
nisssmo wrote:
Nov 15th, 2010 3:40 pm
We all know about the HD mayteg deal $896

Can be PM'ed at sears with 200 series model (white), Leons will pricematch and include free delivery ( 200 serties whites.)

No other PM's are avail. If there are any cupons or PM's please post.


NOW Leons also posting in thweir flyer a Sammy set for $1078 and has another set of Sammy's for $1098 just via their washer/dryer llink .

Any Pm's or coupons here ?
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Apr 5, 2004
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Mississauga, ON
As for Leons and the others, make sure you check stock inventory before heading there. I was shopping for a Samsung WF218 washer, Leons has the best price but you have to wait at least a month for they to get inventory. I turned around to Sears and had them PM'd for immediate delivery (well, in 3 days, but good enough). I ended up paying a $40 more (the cost of delivery minus the 10% price delta I got from Sears) but get to replace the broken washer a full month sooner (and knowing full well they will be there for me if I should run into problem with this appliance during warranty period).

Yes, the internal heater is a good feature. I got that in my washer as well.

I would also double check Consumers Report and etc for reliability and performance rating before buying...
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May 27, 2008
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Guelph
Futureshop has a pair of Samsung on sale for $1198 and they currently have no HST on major appliances. I think these are a reasonable deal, at least for those of us with 13% HST. Am I right?
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Jun 17, 2008
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There was a radio ad yesterday for Maytag Performance Series at Home Depot for $970~ starting on the 18th. They never stated the model but if it's the 300 series that'd be a pretty good deal
[OP]
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Nov 22, 2009
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HD new flyer is out . Now the white maytage 200 series on sale instead but for $998
their GE units are $998 as well
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I saw couple of these Whirlpool, Maytag, LG washer/dryer combo for 4 cubic + 7.3cubic models that are $600? how come we are still paying $1000+ for crappy Lg models? I have a pair from LG that I have to open the whole chassis just to clean out all the lint twice since it was not drying my load unless I run it 3 or 4 times(60min on high).
BTW I do clean that dryer vent every 3 months. :cry:

FS: Broadxent Creative Company-BritePort 8012-V $5, all modems have been used with Acanac,Teksavvy, Velcom and Electronicbox at one point in last 3 yrs. Bell 2 Wire 2701 model $9 3 of these
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I bought these at FS at the end of last month for $2657.46:

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/ ... 1c77feen02

I had to wait five days until they came in from the regional warehouse in Edmonton. That price included the stacking kit, 5 year extended warranty (I know, I know), and taxes (only GST in Alberta).

I must admit, they are a pretty sweet set - and HUGE! I think they are Samsung's top of the line. I did have to haggle to get that price though.
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Thanks OP, this thread has a lot of good information. I'll avoid HD after reading some posts here.

I had decided to buy a Samsung pair anyways... looking forward to any tips on those. It's going to be my first washer ever.. : - )
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Just wondering but will any of the washer/dryer combo deals fit in a condo space? I currently have a really old combo washer/dryer like the one at FS now.

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/ ... 69350cen02

But I'm wondering if any of the combos on sale now can be stacked on top of one another? Or would I need to place them side by side? Because I probably won't have space for side by side setting if that's the case!

If none of the "modern" washer/dryer can be stacked on top of one another, then I might have to resort to buy the one from FS (good thing they have tax free event right now). It's just that wife would much rather have a modern looking washer/dryer instead of the older retro look!

anyone with experience or tip on this issue?


much appreciated in advance! =)
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nitro0610 wrote:
Nov 16th, 2010 6:16 pm
Just wondering but will any of the washer/dryer combo deals fit in a condo space? I currently have a really old combo washer/dryer like the one at FS now.

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/ ... 69350cen02

But I'm wondering if any of the combos on sale now can be stacked on top of one another? Or would I need to place them side by side? Because I probably won't have space for side by side setting if that's the case!

If none of the "modern" washer/dryer can be stacked on top of one another, then I might have to resort to buy the one from FS (good thing they have tax free event right now). It's just that wife would much rather have a modern looking washer/dryer instead of the older retro look!

anyone with experience or tip on this issue?


much appreciated in advance! =)
Most of the new front loaders can be stacked, just look on the manufacturer page or a lot of times Futureshop or Home Depots site states this as well
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thanks again for your answer! That helps a lot!!

Another question since I'm a total noob in this whole washer/dryer business....is the price trend likely to drop even further later on? Reason I'm asking is because my unit is still working fine but now with the home depot sale & futureshop's tax free event, I'm wondering if I should pull the trigger now or wait till later when my beatup unit is actually dying!

any thoughts anyone?

thanks again for the help!! =)
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nitro0610 wrote:
Nov 16th, 2010 6:16 pm
Just wondering but will any of the washer/dryer combo deals fit in a condo space? I currently have a really old combo washer/dryer like the one at FS now.

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/ ... 69350cen02

But I'm wondering if any of the combos on sale now can be stacked on top of one another? Or would I need to place them side by side? Because I probably won't have space for side by side setting if that's the case!

If none of the "modern" washer/dryer can be stacked on top of one another, then I might have to resort to buy the one from FS (good thing they have tax free event right now). It's just that wife would much rather have a modern looking washer/dryer instead of the older retro look!

anyone with experience or tip on this issue?


much appreciated in advance! =)

You usually must buy a stacking kit which seems to go for around $40 - unless you can get them to throw it in for free. I think the width is standard (around 27" I think), but the depth can change a lot. Ours stick out a *lot* more than the old set.

About waiting for it to fail: when ours failed, it was the main bearing and it leaked bearing oil all over the clothes - ruining them. I would suggest that if they are getting old, and you can afford it, replace them *before* they break. I was surprised at how important the washer and dryer are in our household!
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