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Finding Cheap Storage Space in Hawaii

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0
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Looking for Cheap Storage Space in Hawaii?

Finding cheap storage space in Hawaii doesn't have to be a hassle, especially if you know where to look. Most of the time, it will behoove you to check out your options online, not only because every serious mini storage company has its own website, but because most of them these days run specials based off their web sites.

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Going Online for Specials on Cheap Storage Space

Many storage companies are willing to offer special deals on storage units that are rented online. Do a quick google search for "self storage in Hawaii" and open each of the web sites that come up in different tabs, so you can more easily flip through them and compare their rates and specials.

Now, while you're comparison shopping this way, make sure to keep an eye out for internet or web-only specials which some of these companies run from time to time. For example, Storage Kings runs facebook specials which will give a new tenant a significant discount during their move-in if they "like" Storage Kings on facebook, for example, or get five friends to leave comments on the Storage Kings facebook page.
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Finding Cheap Storage Space - Haggling for Better Rates

Keep in mind, these Hawaii storage companies are often very eager to get new tenants to move in, and, as such, will negotiate tempting new move-in specials for people that do a bit of pushing over the phone. When you first call a mini storage company, you should ask them for their current rates on the size of space you are looking to rent. After you have heard their initial rate, ask them how much they are willing to lower it for a local.

Hawaiian business and deal making often centers around the kama'aina rate, which is a special low rate for people that actually live in Hawaii. Kama'aina means "from the land" in the Hawaiian language, and basically indicates a local resident or someone that has lived in Hawaii for an extended period of time. It does not exclusively mean someone born in Hawaii or even someone with Hawaiian blood, and you can use this to your advantage when negotiating your move-in rental rate.

To this end, always tell the storage representative you are negotiating with that you expect to be given the special local rate and that you are willing to go down the street to store with their competition if they can't get their rate down for you. More often than not, a storage facility that is not currently full will bend over backwards with special offers and deal sweeteners to secure your business.


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