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Friends coming over - need a sofa/bed combo

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Friends coming over - need a sofa/bed combo

Where should I go?

Ikea - possibility
BRICK - hear it's really bad

Anywhere else?
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Ikea's your best bet for cheap
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Try kijiji, might some cheap/free stuff.....might want to give for a deep cleaning/cover up if you're low on time
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Sears. My parents just bought 1 there, a Simmons with a nice beautyrest mattress, pricey but well made, made in Canada in fact. You can choose 1 of 3 mattresses for them and they have different sizes and colors.
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Thanks, guys, appreciated.

I'll steer away from Kijiji though :D
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I just bought one from structube for 1199$ plus tax...great quality and quite firm. Its a sofa bed...the pull out kind
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Buying an air mattress is a lot cheaper than buying a new sofa-bed.
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I bought a sofa bed from the Brick last year. I think it was called click clack or something like that. Still working fine for me
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Becks wrote: Buying an air mattress is a lot cheaper than buying a new sofa-bed.
They sometime leak though.
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canucky1 wrote: Thanks, guys, appreciated.

I'll steer away from Kijiji though :D
+1 unless you want a few extra guests that are hard to get rid of, ie bed bugs
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gh05t wrote: They sometime leak though.
Use a repair kit.
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Becks wrote: Use a repair kit.
If you can find the leak, and after someone wakes up on the floor!

We're thinking of getting one from Ikea where the sofa with chaise is turned into a square by pulling another piece out from under the sofa part. The other piece then pops up to turn it into a bed. It's a great design, but still cheap ikea quality. I hope we don't regret it if we decide to go that route.

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