How to Save Big on Furniture and Clothes at Warehouse Sales
It pays to keep up-to-speed on the annual, semiannual events.
These days, outlet stores often sell lower-quality lines of merchandise than their retail namesakes, but many brands and retailers still sell overstock or last season’s items during warehouse sales. In many cases the sales, where you will find discounts of 40% to 90%, last only a few days and aren’t promoted widely. To find a sale, you may need to check the retailer’s website or Twitter feed, search for Facebook events, or join the company’s mailing list. You can also visit www.whsale.com to search for warehouse sales that have been announced in your area.
Great Deals on Practically Everything
- Save Big Bucks on Your Phone Plan
- Best Health Savings Accounts for Your Money
- Amazon.com: Deal or No Deal?
- 3 ETFs for Cheap Stocks
- 3 Strategies to Remodel Your Kitchen for Less
- 4 Insurance-Policy Add-ons Worth the Money
- How to Save Big on Furniture and Clothes at Warehouse Sales
Bulluck Furniture hosts its annual warehouse sale in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, located about an hour east of Raleigh. The sale, in January and February, features home furnishings from desks, tables and couches to wall hangings, vases and other décor at up to 60% to 90% off retail prices.
J. Crew periodically hosts warehouse sales in its Lynchburg, Virginia, and Arden, North Carolina, clearance stores. The event includes J. Crew clothing and accessories for men, women and children, as well as a smaller assortment of items from sister brand Madewell.
Lands’ End holds an annual warehouse sale, generally in late July, in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, located about an hour west of Madison. Overstocked and returned items, samples, and other merchandise sell for up to 75% off.
Toms, a shoe and accessory company, peddles its wares for 50% to 70% off during warehouse sales at a variety of locations. Upcoming sales are announced by email to those on the mailing list and posted at www.tomswarehousesale.com.