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    Tacker boats no haggle price question

    Looking at a boat at Bass proshops, they advertise a no haggle price. Is this true? or do they throw in some extras ? Just kinda seems strange to me as all my other boats i bought at a lower price

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    Are you sure you want to buy a boat from bass pro shops?
    You should have been here yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltygatorvet View Post
    Are you sure you want to buy a boat from bass pro shops?
    why ? they have what im looking for, is there something wrong with buying from them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moombadaze View Post
    Looking at a boat at Bass proshops, they advertise a no haggle price. Is this true? or do they throw in some extras ? Just kinda seems strange to me as all my other boats i bought at a lower price

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    A buddy of mine was able haggle a very good price on a 25' Mako that had been there for a while. There prices seem to be competitive.

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    It is their way of saying take it or leave it.

    You can always try to haggle and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moombadaze View Post
    why ? they have what im looking for, is there something wrong with buying from them ?
    I wouldn't. Do you have boat dealerships in your area?
    You should have been here yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by moombadaze View Post
    is there something wrong with buying from them ?
    No. They are a Tracker Dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltygatorvet View Post
    Are you sure you want to buy a boat from bass pro shops?
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    Next time you are at BPS, pop some hatch covers open and take a really good look. When I look inside one, I see poor quality control, the least that should be done is complete the the fiberglass work. Out of sight out of mind is BS. Take a look, at how straight the screws that are holding the T-Top are installed. The one I saw, had to have been installed by someone driving them with a hammer. It is your money and spend it how you want, you can do better else where. I maybe over critical, of BPS and the boats they sell, I own a Gulfshore 20 by Young and it is all about the fit and finish. So I know what good work looks like....Too many really good used boats on the market....Not BPS.
    Lead, Follow..... Just, Get Out of the Way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topwater Guy View Post
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    Next time you are at BPS, pop some hatch covers open and take a really good look. When I look inside one, I see poor quality control, the least that should be done is complete the the fiberglass work. Out of sight out of mind is BS. Take a look, at how straight the screws that are holding the T-Top are installed. The one I saw, had to have been installed by someone driving them with a hammer.
    How is that Bass Pro Shops fault? That is a builder not seller issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conchy Critter View Post
    How is that Bass Pro Shops fault? That is a builder not seller issue.
    Probably inferring that because they own Mako and most of the other brands they sell......would be my guess.
    Common sense ain't so common anymore.

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