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where to buy discount/used bed (liquidation, wholesale, factory returned)?

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where to buy discount/used bed (liquidation, wholesale, factory returned)?

Trying to buy 2 cheap full/double guest bed for a reasonable price...

I want to have a tiny premium feel like the pictures shown below. But 2 Bed (headboard + bed frame + Slatted base) & 7in foam mattress + tax cost near a thousand.

Tried on my local craigslist, and don't find many sell full/double size bed. (and no relies...)

Also check couple new/used mattress liquidation/wholesale, they carry only spring mattress, or maybe 1 double size...

Can someone recommend a liquidation, wholesale, factory returned, used mattress, bed whole sale in Vancouver/ lower mainland?

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Jerico wrote: Eww....
I agree...

And your comment is particularly applicable, given the first quote of your signature...

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Used bed? Used mattress? WTF?

Just buy cheap stuff from IKEA for guest rooms...your guest will thank you.
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lol funny enough I sold my used Queen mattress and Malm bedframe on kijiji when i upgraded to a king. There is definitely a market for them
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enwhyRFD wrote: MALM bed (full): $259
https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/prod ... /S69009475
Note: this is the same image you linked.

7" Foam Mattress (full): $269
https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/prod ... #/30272202

Total = $528 (or $598 w/ 13% tax).
Nowhere near 1K.
except, I said in the first line "Trying to buy 2 cheap full/double guest bed for a reasonable price..."
And I might even need 3... :facepalm:
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crocp8 wrote: Used bed? Used mattress? WTF?

Just buy cheap stuff from IKEA for guest rooms...your guest will thank you.
Initially I thought what is the point to spend $500+ for bed frame...mine last 10+ years and there is no direct body contact...wipe it with alcohol &bleach if need....but I could not find many full size here...
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Thrift shops, private sales through Kijiji or Craigslist, etc.

Got a good deal (20% off) on mattresses and box spring from the Salvation Army last year. Brand new - manufactured a week earlier and sealed in the bag.4

I do like telling guests, after they've spent a night, that the mattresses came from the Sally.
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Almost too cheap to shop through RFD
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Buying a "used mattress" is a psychological "eww" because when you go to a Hotel you're sleeping on a mattress that's been slept on by thousands of people before you ie it's ultra "used".
We're all bozos on the bus until we find a way to express ourselves...

Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!
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gr8dlr wrote: Buying a "used mattress" is a psychological "eww" because when you go to a Hotel you're sleeping on a mattress that's been slept on by thousands of people before you ie it's ultra "used".
I failed to read that you are ok or against buying a "used mattress"....
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gowifi wrote: I failed to read that you are ok or against buying a "used mattress"....
It's OK to buy a used mattress....your guests aren't going to know the difference. I was just commenting on the people saying Eww.
We're all bozos on the bus until we find a way to express ourselves...

Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!

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