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FAQ

What are the benefits of buying a hot tub?

Though the perceived benefits of a hot tub may vary from person to person, most people consider these advantages to buying a hot tub.

  • Increased value to their home
  • Better sleep
  • Muscle relaxation and stress reduction
  • Aided weight loss
  • Self-care
What is the average cost of buying a hot tub?

The prices for an above-ground hot tub will vary by size, which generally considers how many people it can seat. A small hot tub will usually seat two to three people, with prices starting at $2,000. A large hot tub with room for ten or more can easily run as high, if not higher, than $20,000, depending on the unit’s features. 

Is buying a hot tub a good idea?

Whether or not buying a hot tub is a good idea is up to you and your financial situation. But many consumers find that hot tubs are an excellent option, especially if they know they can get the use out of it. This said, if you aren’t going to use the hot tub often or if you cannot commit to weekly cleanings, or if the annual maintenance costs are more than you can afford, it might be best to postpone your hot tub purchase

How can you save money on the cost of a hot tub?

Here are some of the best ways to save money on the cost of a hot tub.

  • Look for the previous year’s inventory (ask dealers for a discount as many of them will want to move the item out of the warehouse)
  • Get multiple quotes and don’t be afraid to walk away from a deal
  • Try a smaller-sized hot tub, especially if you are not sure how much you will use it
  • Cut back on customization and features

About the Author

Ann Schreiber

Written by: Ann Schreiber

Seasoned Copywriter & Content Marketer

Ann has been a marketer and a content writer for over 20 years. She worked for financial institutions such as FICO, Experian, and BlueChip Financial as a director of content and brand marketing.

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