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How much does a swim spa cost


Of course it depends:
  • A top of the line, branded swim spa 9 feet by 16 feet with the bells and whistles could be $30,000 to $40,000.
  • A number of value brands will sell swim spas in the $15,000 to $18,000 range.

Here are a few specific examples:

Most other swim spas don't make their prices publicly available. They want you to speak to a salesperson first.

Key features that affect price are:
  • Brand - You'll pay a premium for a brand that spends a lot on advertising or has celebrity endorsements.
  • Distribution - You may be able to save by buying direct from the manufacturers (i.e. no dealer mark up).
  • Size - Large, deeper swim spas cost more. Adding a dual temp section (a separate hot tub) can add $5,000 to the price.
  • Features - The number of jets, power of the swim current, build-in radios, spa wands, under water lights all affect price.

Be sure to consider all costs when comparing swim spas:
  1. Shipping & Delivery - Different company will handle these charges differently. Delivery includes craning or using a fork lift to position the swim spa in place.
  2. Installation - What are the electrical requirements of each swim spa? Are you looking at any modular swim spas that require on-site assembly?
  3. Operation - Most swim spas will have similar operating costs. However, if you live in a cost climate and plan to use the swim spa during the winter, ask about heating costs, insulation and covers.
  4. Maintenance - Compare warrantees across swim spa brands. Look at BBB for complaints about service.

And remember, many swim spa sales people have some flexibility in price. I would suggest trying to negotiate on price. Tell the salesperson you are looking at a number of competitors' swim spa and ask for their best price.


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