Hot tub prices range from less expensive portable spas to eight and 10-person acrylic tubs. In addition, items such as tub surrounds, stairs, decking and even landscaping and lighting can add to cost. Price is highly dependent on brand, size and options, so shopping around is a good idea.
Low: Portable spas generally fall into this category. They can be collapsed and moved, and they don’t require many of the extras of a more permanent spa, such as decking.
Medium: Smaller two to four person tubs will run in the medium range of pricing. Among these, unicast spas are less expensive than a traditional acrylic hot tub.
High: The larger six to 10 or more person tubs and more specialized models, such as swim spas, will come in on the high end. The more jets and features that are added, the higher the cost will be.