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Where can I see Hot Tubs for Sale Near Me? (Brands, Where to Buy, and More)
Where can I see Hot Tubs for Sale Near Me? (Brands, Where to Buy, and More)
Written by Kimberly Giraldo
Updated over a week ago

Thinking of buying a hot tub and wondering where to start? There are a lot of options and many places to look. If you are asking yourself, “Where can I find a high-quality hot tub?” then we hope to provide the answers for you in this article.

If you’ve been searching “Where can I buy a hot tub?” or “Hot tubs for sale near me,” you already know that there are countless results. The search for a hot tub can become overwhelming, but this article is designed to help eliminate the stress of searching and help you find the perfect hot tub for your needs.

In this article we have included suggestions on hot tub brands available in the U.S., as well as tips on how to begin your search for the right hot tub, whether that’s at a local dealer, a retail or hardware store, or a local or national expo.

In this article, we’ve used brand names not affiliated with Jacuzzi Group. You can see the list of the brand owners at the bottom of this article. All information, including pricing and product details, was accurate at the time of writing and may change without notice.

What are Some Popular Hot Tub Brands?

Simply put, there are many hot tub brands available around the country. The brand you end up choosing should be a reputable one, with good quality products and customer service.

Listed below are some popular hot tub brands:

· Jacuzzi® hot tubs

· Sundance® Spas

· Hot Spring®

· Master Spas®

· Hydropool®

· Dream Maker® Spas

Where Can I Buy a Hot Tub?

Hot tubs can be purchased all over the country and from a variety of outlets, including online, from a hot tub dealer, retail or hardware store or a national or local expo or home show. In the following sections in this article, we will provide some information on each of these to help you determine where you can purchase a hot tub most conveniently for you.

Hot Tub Retail Stores

Many hot tub brands, such as those we’ve listed above, tend to sell their products through independent resellers around the country. These are retailers, or dealers, who have their own stores that vary in size and products depending on location.

Jacuzzi® hot tubs, for example, can be found through hot tub dealerships at locations all around the country.

If you’re wondering where you can find a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub dealer near you, click here to find a store near you.

Manufacturer-Owned Hot Tub Stores

Some hot tub manufactures own their own stores in the U.S., in addition to offering their products through dealers.

Reputable Home and Hardware Stores

There are some hot tub manufacturers and dealers who have their products stocked in these shops so they can reach customers who may not live near a retail store. This means you will have access to support, installation, and service from the dealer or manufacturer you buy from.

Home Shows and Hot Tub Expos

Throughout the country, there are countless home shows and expos that feature a large variety of products for the entire home and backyard. Depending on vendors and the size of these shows, these are great places to check out hot tub dealers near you. You might search large national expos that specialize in hot tubs or visit a smaller local home shows that also feature hot tub dealers.

Home shows and expos generally have a lot to see and do outside of hot tubs and they are a great way to connect with the brand or manufacturer face to face to learn more about the hot tub you’re interested in. However, buyers should make sure the brand has a dealer in the local market and that the event seller is not doing a “sell and run.”

Online Hot Tub Retailers

Retailers and manufacturer-owned stores often provide the opportunity to buy either in-store or online. The opportunity to buy online can be useful if you’re based in a remote location, do not have the ability to visit a showroom, or if you simply prefer to shop online. Some suppliers that do not have a physical store or showroom for customers to visit may even offer lower price point products available online only.

These products sold online only typically have a lower price tag because there are no overhead fixed costs that come with displaying and selling hot tubs in stores. They also benefit from not maintaining a local presence of service techs trained to support those spas. This can be a real problem should any issues arise.

However, a lot of brands, including the Jacuzzi® brand, do not allow resellers to sell hot tubs online only. Some brands maintain a view that customers should have the opportunity to wet test hot tubs and try them out for comfort, size, appearance, and usability.

You may be asking, “What is a wet test?” Quite simply, a wet test allows you to get in the hot tub you’re interested in and “try it on for size” when it is filled with water and the jets are operating.

This enables you to get a real feel for the hot tub you’re shopping for. During a wet test you can decide if you like the shape and feel of certain hot tub features like loungers, jet placement, and more. This way, you can determine if it checks all the boxes for you or if you need to explore other options. You can request a wet test with a hot tub dealer or retailer in near you as you are doing your hot tub shopping. The wet test is key to helping you figure out which hot tub is right for your needs.

What should I look for when visiting a hot tub or swim spa store?

One of the first steps to a positive buying experience is the type of store you enter. From the surroundings to the people serving you, the atmosphere can make a world of difference.

Here are our top seven points to keep in mind before you enter a hot tub store:

1 – Clean and tidy, with visible pride of ownership or management

2 – Considerable length of time in business

3 - Trusting, attentive salespeople

4 - Customer reviews on reputable online sites

5 - Product pricing displayed on the website

6 - Good warranties

7 - Quality after-sales service

To find your local dealer and get the inside scoop on what to know before visiting them, click here

When should I buy a hot tub?

There is no right or wrong time to buy a hot tub beyond what works best for you. When you have the knowledge of the basic workings of the hot tub, estimated operating costs and maintenance involved, and you feel confident with the tub you’re considering, this is a great time to make a hot tub purchase.

Of course, you will want to have your budget and finances figured out to ensure that you make the investment with confidence. Since a hot tub can provide enjoyment for many years to come, it’s a good idea to get the very most out of your dollar when deciding on which hot tub to buy. That’s why quality should always be a top priority when shopping for hot tubs.

Wondering if you should buy a hot tub in time for the winter months? A common question people ask is “Can I buy my hot tub in winter?” The answer is yes. A lot of hot tub owners use their hot tub in winter just as much as in summer. Hot tubs can offer relaxation, hydrotherapy, and enjoyment all year round. And because a hot tub is a long-term investment, it is a smart decision to start the research and shopping process before you are ready to make the purchase.

Hopefully this article has equipped you with the knowledge of where you can buy a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub, as well as other brands available, and useful shopping and buying tips.

Before making your purchase, of course you want to ensure you don’t make any of the common hot tub buyer mistakes. Click the link below to learn our top buying tips so you can rest assured you’ve purchased a hot tub you will use and love for many years to come.

For more details on where you can buy a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub near you, click the Find My Dealer button for location information.

Disclaimer: The following registered trademarks are owned by companies not affiliated in any way with Jacuzzi Group. Sundance® Spas is a trademark owned by Sundance Spas Inc. Hot Spring® is a trademark owned by Watkins Manufacturing Corporation. Hydropool is a trademark owned by Hydropool Inc. Sun & Soul Spas™. Master Spas is a trademark owned by Master Spas Inc. British Hot Tubs®. Dreammaker Spas is a trademark owned by LMI IP, LLC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY FLORIDA 2452 LAKE EMMA ROAD STE. 1000 LAKE MARY FLORIDA 32746 Sun & Soul Spas™. North Spas®, Hydrolife® and Outdoor Living®. Affiliations: Jacuzzi® is a registered trademark of Jacuzzi Group. All rights reserved.

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