Moving is a great opportunity to refresh your home and replace old furniture. You can save yourself a lot of sweat, stress, and moving costs by replacing furniture instead of moving it. Instead of hauling old, worn-out mattresses and creaky bed frames from one place to another, you can start fresh by having brand-new beds delivered to your new home in time for your move-in date.
Unless you’re downsizing your home and pocketing some significant savings from the sale of your old home, you’re going to want to be budget-conscious about buying any new furniture. Not only are you looking at the cost of a new home, you’re also dealing with moving costs, storage, and related expenses. The more money you can save leading up to your move, the better. Try money-saving tips like the 30-day rule, where you wait 30 days before making any purchase. It gives you time to think about how much you really want or need it. You will be surprised how many things you decide not to buy once you force yourself to wait a month before purchasing. You can also pad your budget by cutting down on entertainment costs, having a yard sale, and taking advantage of grocery store flyers.
Once you have your budget, it’s time to stretch it as far as it can go. Try these ideas for saving money on new beds.
Shopping second-hand at thrift stores, Goodwill, Salvation Army and discount stores like Home Goods is a great way to save money. You can get quality bed frames and other furniture without having to pay the premium price. This is a great way to budget for new beds for the whole family.
Once you find the beds you know you want, write down the information, including the manufacturer, the name of the product, and the model number. Search for it across the web and see if you can find a better deal on it. Sites like Wayfair and Overstock can have lower prices than big box stores and offer free shipping too!
Online shopping is another way to find great discounts on new beds. Go online to do your window shopping, as well as compare products, prices, and delivery rates. But with more online furniture stores than ever, you don’t have to stop there. Instead of picking furniture online and then going to the store and dealing with sales personnel, you can do it all at once without leaving home. If you can’t stand aggressive sales tactics and you’re worried about being talked into a purchase you don’t want, shopping online is the best way to go. Don’t forget to use Ebates to save even more!
When you buy a new bed, you should be able to find free delivery. Delivery is often what makes the difference between a great deal on furniture and one where you get taken. It doesn’t matter how affordable the deal was in the store if you don’t have a plan for getting it home (and through the door). If you are buying
You don’t have to pay top prices
Get the most out of your budget and save money in the long run with our money-saving hacks!