You won’t find the world’s finest luxury spas, Caldera, or Affordable Spas at these pop-up expos. Affordable Spas operates in Redding. In regard to home shows, Affordable Spas only participates in established, reputable home shows in our service area.
Should a traveling show actually have a spa filled with water to test, you would have to be ready to get in your swimsuit in front of a crowd of people. And who wants to do that? Affordable Spas offers you the opportunity for a “wet test” before you buy. We offer this both as a test soak for hot tubs or a test swim in an Endless Pool Fitness System. These wet tests allow you to feel the jets, make sure the water depth fits your height, and the seating fits your body.
Sales reps want to close deals as fast as they can to earn their commission and keep your deposit. The claims and counterclaims you’ll hear for their products will boggle your mind. In fact, you are likely to hear that if you’re not going to buy today, they can’t help you because they work on commission. They’ll try to sell you what’s on hand, and if you order something like a custom color it could take months for delivery – and that’s if you receive it at all!
When the “expo” price says 50 percent off, chances are that’s their regular price you’re looking at. Frequently, the expo price is even higher than the regular price, so that the sellers can recoup the high cost of the booth and expenses from you!
One of the main reasons to avoid the traveling expo is because when the event ends the expo leaves too, and often without a local showroom or anyone to answer questions, much less provide service after the sale. That’s no way to buy a hot tub or swim spa.
Take your time when buying a hot tub or swim spa. Take along these 9 questions to get you started: