Sears If you want high end brands with all the kitchen set-up displays Ifound Pacific Appliances to be a good place. Otherwise, all the others Frys, Best Buy, Costco has a very limited line. If you wait for a good weekend of sale, you can really save large amounts.
In my recent exploration I found Pacific and Sears to be very compettive, Pacific had some high end brands.
Prudent to start with
1.) Airport Appliance http://www.airportappliance.com/
2.) Sears Outlet and Sears http://www.searsoutlet.com/d/index.jsp
3.) Pacific Appliance http://www.pacificsales.com/
Hope this helps.
Century 21 M & M Associates
There are some good independent shops if you are looking for Wolf or Viking, but for mainline brands, Sears will match any price and has always shown up on time.
I would give Lowes a close second, I do try other places from time to time. Other than Sears, Lowes and Piersons over in Fairfield, I have been let down.
Have fun shopping.
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I like to shop at Sears outlet store in San Leandro (One in great Mall in Milpitas is waste of time). If you do not mind having some nicks on places where no one can see, then this outlet provides some great values. The warehouse is huge and they have items from low end to high end. However, if you do not want any nicks or scratches, then, best bet would be to shop around. Depending on time, places like Costco, Best Buy, Fry's Electronics, Sears, Western Appliance and Home Depot could have the item and price that you may want.