Discounted pellet stoves can be available for a number of reasons. The supplier may have over stocked, and has to reduce inventory before the stove buying season ends or needs to make space for more seasonal items.Retailers could need to generate more cash flow or are closing down and want to clear stock. Perhaps a newer model is coming out soon and stocks of older model stoves have to be shifted by either retailers or stove manufacturers. Sometimes a particular line of stoves isn't doing so well in one area and the dealer wants to change out stock.
None of these reasons reflect badly on the stove itself and can mean that good deals are there for the taking.
Buying a new discounted stove on offer from a reputable manufacturer can mean that the full stove warranty is included and can be a good way of getting a cheap stove.
See what's on offer below, then go to that stove's manufacturer page in Reviews for more information about the model you're interested in. If you aren't sure what heat output you need for your home, the Best Pellet Stove page gives you the tools to calculate this.
One thing to consider about buying a cheap stove online is that you may not have the support of a local dealer, and could have to fit it yourself. Installing a pellet stove is not difficult. For more advice about fitting one, go to the pellet stove installation pages.
If you fancy buying a used stove from the auction listings below, please check out the used pellet stoves page. I would not recommend buying a used stove online unless you are able to inspect it personally, or it comes from a dealer who offers some warranty.
If you click the small link on the left at the bottom of the Ebay listings, you will be taken to Ebay where you can view all available items in this category. Auction listings are also available for multi fuel pellet stoves