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Old 02-09-2016, 08:52 AM   #21
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My FIL works for the local branch of RV One, just push them a bit and they will do better. The first price that they give you is never the lowest, and if you get to a manager they can normally do better. Pick a price you are comfortable with and stick to your guns, normally they will give in and get to where you want to be, so long as you are reasonable with your expectations. Bear in mind that RV One is a no frills wholesaler, so do not expect much in the way of customer service after you agree on a deal...
I had a price 7000 lower than RV One and when I told them they could careless, didn't try to match it or beat it. They really didn't even believe me.
Needless to say they lost the sale.
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Old 02-09-2016, 10:55 AM   #22
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We purchased our Jayco from RV express in Middlebury, In. They are part of the Richardsons' RV in California, and, I have been lead to believe the largest Jayco dealer. Not only did we save on the unit, but, living in Az we saved almost $3,000 in delivery fees. We were going back to Illinois anyway, and by picking it up in Middlebury we saved a lot. I was happy with their service. We had a good walk through and we stayed two nights at the KOA in Middlebury to make sure everything was in good working order. No issues other than some minor cosmetic issues, loose trim etc which I fixed myself. We stayed in it for about 150 nights after we picked it up with zero issues.

I would buy from them again.
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Old 03-31-2016, 09:04 AM   #23
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The option to delete the bathroom door is not on the list, you have to request it.


What dealer did you go through if you don't mind me asking? I requested a quote on a 28bhbe (not from RV one but a different dealer) and asked to delete the rear door and skylights. I was told they'd check and when they got back to me they said jayco won't do it. I've read multiple people delete skylights and know you deleted the door...
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Old 03-31-2016, 02:22 PM   #24
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We just bought a 26BH from Keystone RV in Pa. Their price was at 5k lower than other dealers in our area, and 2K lower than RVOne in Albany.

We live close by so it was an easy choice for us. I also had to return to Keystone RV the week after I picked our new TT up because I was not happy with my first hitch setup. They took about an hour going over the setup and re-adjusting it for me, and even took a ride with me to check it out and make sure I was happy. The hitch setup is greatly improved and I'm a happy customer so far.
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Old 04-01-2016, 06:07 PM   #25
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It's great to see others out there who are shopping around keeping dealers honest. I would just mention that some of the threads mentioned percentage of savings off msrp. Some dealers inflate the msrp to make it seem like they are giving you a great deal. My suggestion would be to shop other manufactures on a comparably equipped unit. Personally I shopped Forest River against Jayco. While my 334 was slightly more than the FR unit we were looking st, there was no screwing around with msrp. Playing dealers against each other is very effective as well. My local Jayco dealer was 8k higher than another dealer 3 hours away. Not sure about anyone else, I jumped in my F Super duty and hauled the mail to save 8k.
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Old 04-01-2016, 06:54 PM   #26
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It's great to see others out there who are shopping around keeping dealers honest. I would just mention that some of the threads mentioned percentage of savings off msrp. Some dealers inflate the msrp to make it seem like they are giving you a great deal. My suggestion would be to shop other manufactures on a comparably equipped unit........................
The only MSRP anyone should be referencing is the one listed on the Jayco website. Nothing else should be trusted or used.
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Old 04-01-2016, 07:55 PM   #27
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We just bought a 26BH from Keystone RV in Pa. Their price was at 5k lower than other dealers in our area, and 2K lower than RVOne in Albany.

What did you get on the 26bh? RV one in Albany is giving me a 26bh for $13,100. KeystoneRV was right at $15k. Only added option is the outdoor fridge from RV One. Nothing from Keystone. No one else is even close.
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Old 04-02-2016, 06:52 AM   #28
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Screw me once, shame on you. Screw me twice, shame on me.
We took delivery of our new 377RLBH in late 2015, from Fretz RV, in Souderton, PA, about 220 miles from our home.

Albany RV/ RVOne is only 10 miles from the house. Having been screwed over by them on the delivery of two previous new units, one a Jayco, the other a Rockwood, I wouldn't go back there to purchase a 5 cent valve stem cap!

In both cases, the vehemently blamed Jayco and Rockwood for the mistakes, and took NO responsibility themselves. The Rockwood problems were a combination of Rockwood and RV One errors, but the Jayco "mistake" was solely RV One's, as they sold the same trailer to three different couples, and didn't bother to mention it, until the scheduled delivery day, when we showed up to for our PDI!
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You can work the price down on other ways.....better financing, free cover, free slide topper, etc. Always more than one way to make a deal
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Old 04-02-2016, 02:01 PM   #30
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I've talked to no less than 12 dealerships when looking to buy a 264bhw or 26bh and no one could come close to the prices that KeystoneRV or RV One was offering. I'm in VA and talked to folks from NY to SC. Most of the other dealerships said Keystone and RV1 sell reject trailers (seconds) or they advertise a low price but charge for extras like a battery, PDI, propane, etc. when you show up to buy. A couple even said they can't even buy the campers for that cheap and I should buy from Keystone or RV1 if they are really selling them for that price. I'm amazed when I see folks say their local dealers were able to match prices or throw in a bunch of goodies. I certainly did not have that experience.
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