Fred’s Appliance is Eastern Washington’s and Northern Idaho’s largest appliance dealer. Why shop at Fred’s? The Fred’s difference is why.
- Largest Selection in the Inland Northwest – Over 40 brands to choose from and over 14,000 items in stock.
- Guaranteed Lowest Price Everyday – We meet or beat all local competitors pricing… even the “Big Box” stores.
- An Appliance For Every Budget – Thinking of buying a used appliance? A brand new appliance is in your budget at Fred’s Ding & Dent centers. Full factory warranty at or below normal cost!
- Same Day/Next Day Delivery – The Fred’s delivery team is ready when you are, even the same day!
- Our Own Service Department – Our service team is fully factory trained and we offer same day/next day service in most cases.
- Knowledgeable Sales Staff – Our appliance experts are all full factory trained. They will help you find the product that best suits your needs.
- Locally owned – We are a locally owned and family run business since 1962. We are proud to have served the Northwest for over 50 years.
Fred’s Appliance Spokane
2525 N. Monroe St.
Spokane, WA 99205
Phone: (509) 328-3824
Mon.8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tue.8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wed.8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thu.8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri.8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat.9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sun.10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fred’s Appliance Service Center We have a fully staffed dispatch center ready to help you with all of your service needs.
Call toll free at 1-800-411-3824 and select option 2. You can also call our local number (509) 327-5536.
We also have a service form that you can fill out to reach us.
The best places to buy appliances
In the United States, Home Depot, Lowe’s, and Sears can sell more major appliances, and Walmart more children than anyone else; but these stores aren’t necessarily favored by consumers.
Online shopping is growing faster for small appliances: approximately 25% were purchased in this way in 2014 compared with 16% of the previous year.
Amazon.com highlighted among the majority of retailers who sell small appliances and outperformed QVC.com in selection. The reason for that preference by consumers seems due partly to prices relatively low for both retailers online, and best service this year on the part of Amazon.
Here as the online stores and the traditional are different when they are judged according to their price, selection and service based on almost 30,000 purchases:
Lower prices. It takes into account Best Buy and Costco. The big stores such as Home Depot and Lowe’s offer a single point of purchase where you can buy it from wood to a refrigerator. But when it comes to the best deals from major appliances, Best Buy overcame them and equaled Abt Electronics as well as regional competition, HHGregg.
Do you wish to buy more small appliances? No one equaled to Costco in pricing, membership store overcame Sam’s Club and even Amazon.com and QVC.com.
Best selection. Visit Abt, HHGregg, and Pacific Sales. For more variety, none of the big chains equals three regional retailers to major appliances or Amazon.com for the little ones. But if you want to buy food with your food processor, you likely have more options at Target instead of Costco, Sam’s Club, or Walmart.
Service and ease of payment. Buy at local stores. As seen in our ratings, it is difficult to overcome the local neighborhood store check out sellers attentive and expert, and if you prefer a physical store instead of a virtual.
And when it comes to small appliances, our buyers gave the worst rating to Kmart, Sam’s Club, Target and Walmart in relation to the service. The most common complaints include inexperienced or difficult to find sales reps.
Do you hate to wait too long? Then, it is considered not to go to Sears, which earned the worst rating compared to ease of payment. For small appliances you can go to Bed Bath & Beyond, Costco and Kohl’s, and avoid going to Kmart, Sam’s Club and Walmart.
Tips for buying home appliances stores
Bargain. Buyers who did saved $100 on white line and $50 in small appliances. This is a tactical winner of one of our Facebook fans: see if you can buy at one lower price an item in exhibition or an article which is slightly defective. And he tries to get the shipping and free installation.
Avoid extended warranties. 85% of our buyers of major appliances were motivated to buy one; P.C. Richard & they are, a regional chain of New York, it proved to be the most insistent. But our search shows that repairs during the period of the warranty extended always cost about the same as the warranty. A better choice: check out our ratings of repairs of brands.
Compare prices online. Most of the buyers who checked prices before buying online or in a physical store obtained the best discounts. Take advantage of online coupons and offers by email.
Buy a “real” store. One of every three buyers who acquired a large appliance Internet checked it first in a physical store, and saved on average approximately $75. But not discards the option of purchasing in physical stores.