Prime Day is fast approaching and guess what that means? Some amazing Prime Day furniture deals are on the horizon. If you’re looking to upgrade your living space and make everything look a little nicer than before, then Prime Day furniture sales are exactly what you need to keep an eye on. That’s why we’re on hand to offer you some useful advice on what to look for and what to expect when diving into the sales.
When it comes to Prime Day furniture sales, things have improved compared to the early years of Prime Day. Nowadays, there are tons of different home items on sale including plenty of furniture.
That can include anything from mattresses and bed frames from Tempur-pedic, to rugs from nuLOOM, or stylish TV stands. And of course, we expect to see big discounts on sofas, loveseats, and stylish home office furniture too. In typical Amazon style, there probably aren’t going to be any shortage of options here. With the retailer selling plenty of different products including coffee tables, hanging frame kits, dining chairs, and more, there should be something for everyone here and for every aesthetic and budget.
If you’re keen to snag anything from the AmazonBasics range, Prime Day furniture deals should be the ideal time to grab a bargain.
Last year saw some big discounts as part of the Prime Day furniture sales. In particular, there was up to $70 off select Tempur-pedic products including mattresses and mattress toppers, up to 83% off Safavieh rugs in case you wanted to change your flooring style. There were also substantial price cuts on Boraam furniture and Winsome furniture as well as brands such as Modway, Lane Home Furnishings, Walker Edison Furniture Company, and Nathan James.
Other discounts included a hefty chunk off loveseats, bar carts, and also poufs for resting your feet on. Potentially, it was possible to redesign most of your house through the Prime Day furniture deals going on.
As expected, there were also price cuts on the Amazon brand such as the Stone & Beam Bradbury Chesterfield sofa couch which was popular last year. Desks also enjoyed substantial price cuts while customers embraced working from home.
As with any sales event, it’s wise to think carefully before purchase. Before Prime Day begins, consider your budget and make sure you stick to it. Alongside that, think about what you actually need (or want) for your home. Is your living space lacking a gorgeous centerpiece? Is your couch feeling less comfy than it used to? Prioritize these purchases. If you have a small living space, maybe check out our guide to choosing a couch for a small apartment for further advice.
Once you know what you’re looking for, check out the reviews on Amazon for the product you’re considering buying in a sale. A cheap item isn’t such good value if it has poor reviews. Similarly, it might be worth paying a little more if the reviews are amazing.
With hundreds of thousands of items on sale during Prime Day, not every price cut is a bargain. Some are more incremental and it can be worth checking out other retailers to confirm it’s genuinely a good price.
Play it smart and you’ll be pleased with your purchase but don’t rush into anything simply because a countdown timer is trying to lure you in for more.
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