In this story we've mostly listed manufacturers' suggested
retail prices (MSRPs). But it pays to check around (it even pays to haggle for free
delivery and an extended warranty with high-priced items that are rarely discounted). Google
can help you comparison-shop online, and so can sites like Pricegraber.com
, which gather up sources for you. They steered us to a number of online retailers offering a kitchen faucet listed at about $272 (MSRP) for less than $190, including one that offered free shipping. But not so fast! It didn't apply to orders under $199.99. So keep in fmind: No price comparison is final until you include shipping and delivery. Also, it's safest to buy from approved dealers (listed at manufacturers' websites)—and nothing's a bargain without a good warranty and return policy. So be sure to read all the fine print.