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    Halon 32 pricing

    What's the cheapest you've seen a new halon 32 being sold for? My local shop has them at 900 bare bow. Also, is there a minimum price that Mathews allows retailers to sell them at throughout the year?

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    825.00 at a shop.
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    Got mine for $999 about a month or so ago
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    Bought mine for $867


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    My friend is selling a nice used STONE Halon 6 one on here (just listed) for $725 asking.

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    725 is a good price. I plan to buy one at some point but I'm still undecided on the colors lol hardest decision ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by wvminer View Post
    825.00 at a shop.
    What shop did you see that at if you don't mind me asking

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    I'm getting mine for 900.

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    Bought mine for 860 a month ago


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    899.99 for the halon brand new or 999.99 for the halon 32 brand new in any color option you want at our local shop.

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    Man I wish I was able to get mine for any of these prices. Up here in Canada I had to pay like $1300. Still worth it but wow haha.
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    $800 out the door on a Halon 32. That's what you get for buying 3-6 bows/year with that dealer for a decade.

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    $999 most shops here some list at MSRP $1099 but will match other shops if asked.
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    My dealer would not budge off the $1099. But he did throw in a dozen arrows and gave me significant discounts on accessories. All together, I figure that I saved approx $150 off retail.
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    $899.99 - $999.99 in my area. Also, what is it with most shops using .99 on everything, is it suppose to make us feel like we are getting a deal or the price looks cheaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 48archer View Post
    $899.99 - $999.99 in my area. Also, what is it with most shops using .99 on everything, is it suppose to make us feel like we are getting a deal or the price looks cheaper?
    Well some of us hunters are big enough suckers to pay $1000+ for new bows so they must think we're also dumb enough to not notice the difference between $899 and $800 lol

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