Finding the best deals on the Wayfair® website isn’t the easiest of things. With thousands of products available, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and like you’ll never find good deals. But, worry not because we’ve got a few tips to help you find the best Wayfair® deals.
1. Wayfair® coupon codes are not very easy to come by: You can’t just type “Wayfair® coupon codes” into Google™ and expect to find coupons that you can use on the retailer’s website. To get a coupon, you will need a register on the Wayfair® site (you usually get a coupon once you sign up or purchase something). You could also try calling customer service and asking for a coupon. But keep in mind that customer service reps are not obliged to share a coupon code with you. However, it’s worth a shot.
2. Sign up for a Wayfair ®credit card: If you are approved for one, you’ll get $40 off your first qualifying order worth $250 or more. You also get a number of other perks like 5% back in rewards at Wayfair®, no interest financing if paid in full (up to 24 months) on qualifying orders, and more. What’s more, there’s also no annual fee.
3. Shop during WayDay in April: While Wayfair’s® Black Friday sale is pretty great, we recommend shopping during WayDay in August for better deals. WayDay is the retailer’s single day, highly anticipated, annual clearance event, where items are significantly marked down.
4. Leave the items in your cart: If you really want an item and don’t want to wait for a sale, just leave it in your cart for a while. Wayfair®, from time to time, will send emails reminding you to purchase items left behind in your cart and sometimes even offers promo codes to incentivize you to complete your purchase. While there’s no guarantee you’ll get a promo code, it’s worth trying this out!
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