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Thread: Best price for Accuquilt Studio?

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    I see where the Accuquilt site has the Studio Cutter on sale for 495.00. Does anyone know of any cheaper price available? Thanks.

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    I think I read somewhere that the Studio hardly ever goes on sale. I think the Accuquilt site is the only place that sells it (new anyway).

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    Grab it at that price. You can only buy the Studio directly from AccuQuilt, and it doesn't go on sale often.

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    That's as cheap as you're going to find. Unless you buy one used like I did.

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    Joann's has the GO listed for $249 in a flyer coming up Veterans Day Weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebsShelties
    Joann's has the GO listed for $249 in a flyer coming up Veterans Day Weekend
    We're talking about the Studio.

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    Well maybe they would like to compare the Go with the Studio, never know.

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    I was looking at the Go and the Studio. I plan to use it a lot so thought the Studio may hold up better. The Go seems to have better prices on dies though.

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    I have the GO, guess it really depends on what kind of cutting you plan on doing - kits for club use, sales, or personal. From what I have read, the Studio is heavier, the dies are very expensive compared to the GO.

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    The Studio dies will be more expensive because they're made sturdier and have a longer warranty.

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