Just did the same thing last year. Got a new sight and rest to upgrade my old bow I got in high school in preparation for this new one.Most of the time a new bow means you want a new rest, sight, quiver, and stabilizers as well. I spent 2 years upgrading those and used them on my 9 year old bow knowing in a couple I would spend a lot on a new bow. Its not really saving money but spreading it out on the accessories.
Good point, I’m a big fan of seekins precision, or badlands lifetime warranty. I wish there was a bow manufacturer that had better customer service like that.Few bows offer a warranty past original owner, so keep that in mind. Most shops will work with you bundling things.
I have hardly used a warranty, and never more than $225 in parts I couldn't have purchased, but I still like having it.
Good point, I’m a big fan of seekins precision, or badlands lifetime warranty. I wish there was a bow manufacturer that had better customer service like that.
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I look at it a little different.So, you’ve gone through the long process of picking out your perfect mid level to flagship level new bow. How do you save money when buying it? Do dealers negotiate? Do bows go on sale? Do dealers throw in service or warranty?