Finding Coricraft furniture specials at stores in South Africa is a wonderful way to furnish your home or office with decent quality products at factory store prices.
There are many furniture specials at different stores in South Africa. If you are looking for low cost products it should not be hard to find a shop that stocks the items you are looking for at prices that meet your budget. However, finding QUALITY furniture at good prices might be more difficult. It is, however, not impossible if you do your research carefully and keep your eyes open.
Coricraft is a well know furniture store that stocks beautiful, quality pieces. Many people covet items from Coricraft and save up to afford them. The furniture they sell is very high quality and with a little maintenance and care, can last for many, many years. All their products are finely made, attractive and made from good quality raw materials. Coricraft is a reputable business with many franchises throughout the country. There is likely to be a store near you for your convenience.
- In store specials
You can always keep an eye on the Coricraft website and your local Coricraft store for specials, clearance sales or mark downs on old or slightly damaged items. You could also speak to a salesperson at the store and let them know what you are looking for. If anything goes on sale, they can then let you know before anyone else purchases the item first. You could also the salesperson to contact other branches and find out if they have mark downs on any of the goods you want. It might mean travelling to purchase your furniture, but with the savings you make it could be worth it.
- Factory stores
However, other stores will occasionally sell Coricraft furniture at lower prices. There might have been a clearance sale where several items were sold cheaply to another furniture store, usually a factory store, and you can find the items there at much lower prices. There might also have been some tiny fault in a batch of furniture; the wrong wood used for the legs or something similar, and the whole batch would be sold off cheaply to a factory store.
- Second hand stores
You could also keep a lookout at second hand stores for anything that comes from Coricraft. Leave your name and number and get the salesperson to contact you should anything interesting come in. The downside to this method is that you often will not be able to tell if something is really a Coricraft piece. Be careful of taking dealers on their word alone. Ask for a slip or some other proof from the previous owner that the item really did originate from Coricraft.
- Do your research
The other way to find Coricraft furniture specials at stores in South Africa is to Google, Google and Google again. Do as much research as possible online. Look at advertisements, online classifieds like Gumtree and Junkmail, look at online auction sites like Bid or Buy, and perhaps put up a ‘looking for’ advertisement, asking for the furniture that you want. You might get a response from an interested seller or you might have a helpful person send you a message to direct you in the right direction.
Do not rule out print research. Make sure you look in print advertisements and classifieds and consider putting a print advertisement up in your local or national paper detailing what you are looking for.
- Find furniture enthusiasts and like minded people
If you are willing to take your time with your furniture search, you could join clubs and societies of furniture enthusiasts. Even though you might not be interested in antiques, joining an antique enthusiasts club will bring you into contact with people who might be able to give you direction.