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Old 10-23-2020, 10:22 PM   #1
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So we are getting closer to purchase on a 33' Classic. Just a few questions to help us make the jump: 1) Should I expect 20-30% off MSRP? I would love to negotiate 30%, but what is everyone else getting? 2) Would you upgrade to Power Plus? We would plan an Alaska trip and heard camping along the highway is typical when traveling up there. 3) Love sleeping in the same bed as my wife, but if your not full timing, would you recommend the twin beds? Seems like it gives more in and out room, plus she lifts her side of our split king more than mine.

Anyone own the 33'er who wishes they would've gone a different direction?
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Old 10-23-2020, 10:39 PM   #2
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15% to 20% was the norm before this COVID year. Occasionally at model year end some would occasionally exceed 20%. Most have been reporting most dealers barely budging a couple of percent off MSRP this year because they are out of stock due to the COVID driven demand.
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Old 10-24-2020, 07:53 PM   #3
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Hello from Colorado: My folks lived in Eureka Springs during their retirement years and loved it. Dad went fishing every day I swear. They made many trips to Rogers. We loved visiting them in the mountains there.

We have a vintage 86 Limited 34'. It has twin beds in the rear. We prefer the twin beds just for the reasons you mentioned.

I read about the power plus option just the other day. My bet it would return the original cost at the time of trade in or sale. People like to "boondock" and not have to worry about batteries and no 120vAC. I would think it would be worth it.

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