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Just ordered an EX6 on Amazon.
Santa is balking at the elves demanding overtime pay.Got an email from Amazon saying shipment of my EX6 has been delayed, not sure what that means considering I never really got a date of shipment other than their website saying this item will be released on Jan 25th.
Chris gives the prices here:Can you prove that? I need to know. Are you guessing? What's the theory behind you logic?
From Weber's official press release:Can you prove that? I need to know. Are you guessing? What's the theory behind you logic?
Thank very much. I don't need to rush out an buy it now then.From Weber's official press release:
"The SmokeFire grill will be introduced early in 2020 in over 25 countries around the world, with all SmokeFire grills manufactured in our Huntley, Illinois, facility using globally sourced component parts. Pre-orders are available in the USA beginning Cyber Monday (December 2nd) on Lowes.com, Weber.com and Amazon. In 2020, expect to find SmokeFire grills in other retailers who carry quality Weber products. Offered in both a 24" and 36" size, the SmokeFire is competitively priced at $999 and $1,199, respectively."
It's been Amazon's practice for many years to show the MSRP price (or "List Price") with a strikethrough, followed by the actual selling price. It gives the impression that you're getting a deal when in fact EVERYONE sells for the lower price shown. That lower price is called the MAP price, or the Minimum Advertised Price. With few exceptions, authorized Weber retailers cannot sell Weber products for less than the MAP price, and since the marketplace is so competitive, everyone sells for the MAP price.