How much does a cheap hot tub cost?
Entry-level hot tubs cost $2,000 to $6,000 and mid-level ones cost $4,000 to $8,000. Luxury hot tubs with high-end features can cost as much as $35,000. Your price will range between $2,000 and $35,000, depending on size, design and materials.
Is a cheap hot tub worth it?
A cheap hot tub may cost less upfront, but it will cost you far more over the long term. Cheap hot tubs are less expensive because they have less (or no) insulation, less efficient pumps and heaters, thin covers, and cut other costs during manufacturing that will cost you more money over time.
How much do hot tubs typically cost?
COST OF A HOT TUB
|Starting Price Range||Performance|
|Entry-Level||$3,000 – $7,000||Minimal quantity and variety|
|Value-Priced||$6,000 – $9,000||Increased quantity and variety|
|Premium||$9,000 – $12,000||High quantity and variety|
|Luxury||$12,000 – $16,000+||Maximum quantity and variety|
How hot do inflatable Hot tubs get?
Best Overall: Intex 28429E PureSpa Plus 4 Person Portable Inflatable Hot Tub. This mid-sized hot tub from Intex offers an outstanding balance of performance and value. It’s easy to get comfortable with 140 jets and water that gets up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit in this unit.
How long does a inflatable hot tub last?
While you usually get a 12-month guarantee, the lifespan of an inflatable spa is around 2 Summers use (if you’re lucky!) after which it will likely need replacing.
Do you leave inflatable hot tub on all the time?
But in our experience, if you use your inflatable hot tub regularly – let’s say three times a week or more – it’s much better to leave the heater on all the time. We suggest that when you finish in your hot tub for the day, you set the heater’s digital control to around 96F.