Ready to get ahead of that looming winter snowstorm? Upgrade your snow blower STAT! The sale is this way!
So how do you actually know when is the best time to buy a snow blower (and at the best price)? A study from Consumer Reports states that your best best to purchase that prized snowblower is in the months of August and September. It makes sense that the heart of the winter may not save you the most money. Moreover, some of the major brands like Toro, Snow Joe, Cub Cadet, John Deere (and more) are unleashing their latest models and, some, may be retiring some of their older models. So it’s really like out with old (hello sales) and in with the new (hello full-priced). Plus, if you’re perfectly fine with buying a new snow blower that technically might be last years model (I mean, it’s not like it’s a car!) you may just save the most money now!
– The Best Snow Blower of 2018 (Into Winter 2019) –
– The Toro SnowMaster 724 QXE Snow Blower –
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- Honda Power Equipment HS720ASA 20" 187cc Single-Stage Snow Blower with Dual Chute Control and Electric StarterPrice: $699.00Was: $799.00
Thanks to the genius that is the Internet, a bunch of retailers are already having some pretty impressive sales on popular snow blowers (and even some electric snow shovels) this month. Plus, so many of them are not only offering free shipping on a lot of these, but some are even offering free two-day shipping (hello Amazon, The Home Depot, and Walmart!). That’s why anytime, really, is the best time to find a great deal on your snowblower. We’ve seen some electric snow blower shovels for as low as $88, electric snow blowers for prices starting at $100, and major gas-powered snow blowers starting at $287. Prices and availability, as you know, are always changing. And so is that “up to 40% off” sale we’ve been seeing, so bookmark this page and check back often as we’ll be updating all throughout the month leading up to winter 2019 (ugh).