Sharing prices might be harmless but some of us might be protective of personal information especially on the Internet. Others might be willing to post the price s/he paid. Hopefully you will get enough information to help.
In a nutshell many of us didn't pay full asking price.
Great choice for "Living within my means" and camping for one...
2011 Salem Cruise Lite 20RBXL & 2011 Toyota Tundra Dbl Cab
Camping History: 45 Trips / 133 Nights / 3736 Miles
I don't know why not share the prices! would help the next guy from being ripped off by a salesman. The companies sure like to hide the price to build the unit, RV dealer hides what he paid. Shop and compare price and don't be afraid to tell one dealer what another is offering to sell the same unit or price found on internet.
2011: 54 days, 2012: 218 days, 2013: 175 days, 2014: 196 days
2015: 188 days, 2016: 72 days, 2017: 185 days: 2018 182 days
2019: 156 days (2009 Berkshire, 390QS, and toad)
$10,000, $13,000, $81,000, $24,000, $63,000, $145,000 cash and the last one $153,000 cash and got 1.48 acres, of course that doesn't include the tens of thousands we spent remodeling and pouring concrete, etc.
IMHO, this is a rather bizarre question when you can get a multitude of information on the internet to determine if you are getting a good price or not.
was watching a rv show and the priced on their stickers were crazy, if I did not know how much they actually went for it would drive me away from a RV.. but I paid 35k
You are the man!! I declined the RV at last minute because it was way over priced and realized i could save a whole lot more money driving an SUV and staying in cabins. I still want to get huge class a rv but, right now it is not cost effective.