Carrier does not list specific prices for its air conditioning units on its website; instead, it groups them by price range and quality. Specific prices are available on a number of secondary resale websites. eBay, Amazon, and the AC Outlet all carry Carrier units and list specific prices.Continue Reading
On the Carrier website, air conditioning units are broken up into three price range categories and comfort features, $$$, $$, $ and Best, Better, Good, respectively. The company lists the features and specifications of each model, but does not go into price detail until contacted by a prospective buyer. There are 12 different air conditioning unit models on the Carrier website, five in the "best" category, four in "better" and three in "good."
To find specific pricing, one can look on eBay or Amazon, which fulfill the secondary market for Carrier products. However, as with most things on these two sites, prices are subject to change frequently based on supply and demand. Another option is to search for outlet type retailers that carry Carrier products. The AC Outlet holds 18 different models of Carrier air conditioning units. The website is complete with model specifications and prices which, as of 2015, range from $1,000 and $2,000.Learn more about Heating & Cooling