I had considered a $100.00 deductable but the price savings was only $100.00. The warranty would have been $775.00. I felt that it would have cost me that $100 with just one issue.Resist said:To save you money always get the highest deductable. Set the deductable funds aside (making interest), should you need them.
Resist,Resist said:Actually zero deductables are never better, just like with auto insurance. The odds are you will never use it.
I was thinking more of a $1000 deductable, not $100. And yes it is worth the risk. During the first 3 years most issues that come up are corrected with the manufactures warranty.parks7 said:I understand that I could have saved an aditional $100 if I had purchased the 100 deductable warranty. But is the savings truly worth the risk?