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Find Discount Furniture and Outfit Your Home for Less

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0
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Furniture is expensive. Whether you are moving into a new home or just trying to give your current home a new look, achieving your creative vision without paying a hefty price tag can be tricky. With some smart shopping, you can still get quality furniture without breaking the bank. It can take a little more searching, but the big bargains will be worth the time.

1. Overstock.com

    This online outlet mall carries everything for your home from small decorative accessories to large statement furniture pieces in all styles. Many items are marked down from high-end retail prices, giving you the quality you want for less. The site offers an amazingly low flat shipping rate of $2.95—even on large pieces of furniture.  The customer ratings feature allows shoppers to get a better idea of the specifics and if there have been any issues with a particular item prior to purchasing.  Additionally, by signing up for their mailing list, you will receive an initial 10% off coupon as well as periodic coupons to use for those higher dollar items.

    2. Cost Plus World Market

      This import store has unique contemporary furniture at low prices. Their products are sturdy and made of high-quality materials, particularly their selection of wood products such as dining tables and chairs, coffee tables, and bookshelves.  By joining their in-store rewards program, you will receive many additional discount coupons often 25-30% off of the already low prices.

      3. TJ Maxx

        While furniture is not the focus for this discount department store, one can find great deals on smaller items.  The home department is often stocked with high quality occasional tables, chairs, area rugs, and large mirrors at drastically reduced prices. Keep an eye out for clearance items and visit often as inventory and selection vary by store and change quickly.

        4. Big Lots

          This big box retailer offers the full spectrum of cheap overstocked home items in a wide range of styles. While not all furniture is of the highest quality, there is usually a range of price points, some brand names, and they offer delivery. Typical store showrooms have bedroom sets and mattresses and various selections for the living room, dining room, and home office.

          5. Walmart.com

            One may not think this big box retailer, known for having the lowest prices, would be a place to look for large furniture pieces, but the website currently has about 30,000 listings.  In addition to Walmart’s own online-only furniture offerings, they have teamed up with Wayfair (formally CSN stores) to offer Walmart customers a marketplace of thousands of furniture items at very low Walmart-like prices.  A wide range of styles from traditional to modern can be found with low cost or free shipping.

            6. Amazon.com

            The great thing about Amazon is that the marketplace of various retail partners is so vast. You can find anything you are looking for, easily comparison shop, and find the best deal. Customer satisfaction ratings for each seller provides some piece of mind when placing large orders with unknown sellers. Pay attention to shipping prices, as they vary greatly by retailer.

            7. JCPenney.com

            Browse the clearance and outlet areas on their website. Huge discounts can be found on large furniture sets from various designers. Furniture styles and selection vary.

            8. Craigslist.org

              Search the local classifieds for gently used high quality furniture. The offerings can obviously vary with for-sale-by-owner items, but good deals can be found, especially when people are moving and are in a rush to liquidate some items.

              9. Re-Store

                Search the yellow pages for a location near you.  This store accepts home goods donations from various sources and retailers to sell to benefit the non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity. Their selection includes items for renovating your home as well. Help out a good cause, while finding good deals for your home.


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