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kitty11
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Date: 8/26/13 8:30 PM

Hello, the dealer where I bought my Brother 2800d sent out an e-mail which states they are offering a good deal on Quattro 3 Trilogy machines which were Brother Dealer Show machines. Any ideas of what a good price range would be for me to purchase one of these Dealer show machines as opposed to waiting a year, to purchase a new, never used Quattro 3? I am going to his showroom Wednesday a.m. The drive is quite far away, so need advice by Tuesday eve please.
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Date: 9/24/13 11:24 AM

Sorry no one had a response for you. What did you find out? What did you decide to do?

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Date: 9/24/13 11:54 AM

I sewed on one last night at a class. The price was $8,999.00!I think that includes a bunch of extras, such as carrying cases, an additional small embroidery only machine, a brother ScanNcut, software etc.

Still too rich for my blood.

This is in the Seattle area and part of a new introductory package.

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Date: 9/24/13 3:59 PM

I purchased the Dealer Show model. It was $1300 less than a brand new Quattro 3. I don't know if I got a good deal though. I traded in my 3 year old Innov 2800D and paid cash $ 5399. I am suppose to be receiving software PE Design next as the Sept promo. I did get the luggage thrown in, (which dealer said wasn't included on the Dealer show models) and the dealer threw in a 4 x 12 border frame after I told him I would purchase the machine if he included the border frame. I really like all the upgrades on this machine. I did not get an offer to include any other items like the ScanNcut or smaller embroidery machine that you mentioned.
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