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Buying a Wine Dispenser: How to save money

By Edited Apr 4, 2016 0 1

Wine is becoming more and more popular today. This is interesting because it was only several decades ago when the spirit was only drunk by europhiles. Now it is drunk by millions of Americans. You can now find it in every liquor store and even in many grocery stores. Cheap wine exists now that cost only several bucks a bottle. And now wine accessories are hitting the market. It's similar to what happened with the iPod. You can now buy fancy wine openers and refrigerators. Many people crave after a luxury item known as the wine dispenser. There are ways to save money on this expensive purchase.

What's so special about a wine dispenser? It's purpose is obvious. But some high end models cost thousands of dollars. You can find them in some high end bars. Besides looking sleek, there are many practical purposes of it as well. Wine is ideally stored at a particular temperature. The wealthy used to have wine cellars in their basement. Most people could obviously not afford to build one. Instead, people today buy wine refrigerators. But wine dispensers also serve the same purpose. Many also have some sort of vacuum system to keep the wine fresh. Is a wine dispenser an essential item? Probably not for most people. But it is very convenient and has some nice aesthetic aspects to it.

If you have done some research already learned that cheap wine dispensers hard to come by. The most inexpensive dispensers usually cost several hundred dollars. High end ones (similar to those found in bars) can cost four figures. A savvy shopper though can save a great deal of money.

Definitely check out multiple online retailers to see their pricing. This only takes a few minutes of your time but save you a small fortune. Wine dispensers are great to buy from the web because they don't spoil (like steak) and aren't too heavy or bulky (such as most furniture.) The online competition is fierce so prices are relatively low. In contrast, if you go to a store you will usually find salespeople who are paid on commission. Some will use aggressive sales tactics to sell you something you do not need. Websites are completely pressure free.



Sep 28, 2010 8:28pm
Great article! Keep up the amazing work.
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