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Old 05-28-2013, 09:50 PM
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Depends on quantity. And on your buying power. And on their competition. And early bird specials...which are gone. The more you bought last year--the better your deal this year. Get an idea from more than one source as to chemical prices--check online also. Try to get a cash discount or extended terms if you need to. Have your credit references on hand. Take the salesman out to breakfast--see what he can offer. Know what you need and how much you need for the year in advance. If he is good and has plenty of knowledge, good product recommendations and carries the parts and products you need...that is at least as valuable as a few dollars less somewhere else.
Once you are a customer and registered on their site, I think you can enter your customer number and password and see your prices. And also your buying history for the past year or two.

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