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"Buy More, Save More" Furniture/Home Event [Oct 18-24]

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[Costco] "Buy More, Save More" Furniture/Home Event [Oct 18-24]

Costco has a "Buy More, Save More" event going on for select furniture/home furnishings. You get a discount off of your total for spending within the specified ranges:

$750-$1,200 = $150 off

$1,201-$1,750 = $250 off

$1,751-$2,500 = $400 off

$2,501+ = $600 off

Might be not a bad time to combine/use up those Costco vouchers from past promos if you are looking for some furniture pieces.

https://www.costco.ca/CatalogSearch?cur ... niture1018
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Thanks OP! I'm currently searching for a med-firm to firm King Sized mattress. Does anyone have any recommendations?
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FPrince wrote: Considering https://www.costco.ca/annadale-modern-f ... 14551.html.

Anyone bought sofa from Costco?
I recently bought and liking it. https://www.costco.ca/annadale-modern-f ... 14551.html

update as of 10/20
I noticed that wooden frame of the sofa started bending on 1 side and looks deformed. I have initiated the return for this sofa.
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OilersDude wrote: I was in the market for a bunk bed, this sale turned a good price into a great price...

https://www.costco.ca/wingate-twin-over ... 79136.html

Anyone have any experience with this bunk bed?

Thanks Op!

I'm considering bunk beds too. The headboards seems kind of high so when you have it configured at bunk beds stacked on top of each it appears extra high.... that's what holding me back from bunk beds. My kids are young and I really hate the idea of changing sheets on top bunks and having to awkwardly comforting the top bunk kid at night.

I really like the fact that it can be separated though. I wonder if it requires "standard height" mattresses. I don't want super thin ones.

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How Much you tip the delivery guys for exemple a 2000$ sofa to the basement? The White glove service for 50$ dont include the tip
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I am buying mattress for the first time. Need 1 queen and 1 king.

I need firm (almost no cushion), tried Kingkoil Bedrock at a store and loved it. Anything similar available on costco. ?

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Franek wrote: How Much you tip the delivery guys for exemple a 2000$ sofa to the basement? The White glove service for 50$ dont include the tip
Anything you like, 80-90 percent of people who get furniture delivery don’t tip. I used to do deliveries for a very high end furniture store that caters to the ultra rich in Toronto as well as a medium to a low cost retailer. The people who tip are usually also fellow laborers or people who don’t seem to have much. Even delivered to a raptors player and another notable executive of a popular video game developer and no tip. Most people who live in penthouses/ mansions don’t tip.

Long story short - $10-20 is good so the two people can split it.
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toguy wrote: Dang - really liked the varied configurations of this modular sofa until I saw the reviews regarding the poor quality fabric:

https://www.costco.ca/thomasville-tisda ... 67218.html
I was also skeptical about the bad reviews, but there are just as many positive reviews. I sat on this couch at my Aunt's house and was really impressed with it so I took the chance and ordered the "contemporary" version. I haven't received it yet so I can't comment further on the quality, but my aunt has nothing but good things to say about it.
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Strandednomad wrote: Anything you like, 80-90 percent of people who get furniture delivery don’t tip. I used to do deliveries for a very high end furniture store that caters to the ultra rich in Toronto as well as a medium to a low cost retailer. The people who tip are usually also fellow laborers or people who don’t seem to have much. Even delivered to a raptors player and another notable executive of a popular video game developer and no tip. Most people who live in penthouses/ mansions don’t tip.

Long story short - $10-20 is good so the two people can split it.
That’s how rich stays rich

They don’t tip lol
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toguy wrote: Dang - really liked the varied configurations of this modular sofa until I saw the reviews regarding the poor quality fabric:

https://www.costco.ca/thomasville-tisda ... 67218.html
We bought this 2 months ago, the regular price was $1799. I can't believe how much they jacked up the price.
As for the sofa, it looks great, fills up a lot of space and the foam is firmer than a normal couch. The fabric, can't t tell yet if it's going to be an issue or not.
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troso wrote: We bought this 2 months ago, the regular price was $1799. I can't believe how much they jacked up the price.
As for the sofa, it looks great, fills up a lot of space and the foam is firmer than a normal couch. The fabric, can't t tell yet if it's going to be an issue or not.
There are a lot of delays all along the supply chain due to the pandemic, so prices have been going up on pretty much everything.
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