Pottery Barn’s® sophisticated furnishings and home goods can add a touch of elegance to any room. But, because they are crafted with so much creativity and care, these products usually have higher price tags (although they are well worth the price). If you are trying to cut your expenses but still want to shop at Pottery Barn®, check out our tips below.
Sign up for the store’s emails:
Joining the Pottery Barn® mailing list is one of the easiest ways to be notified of exclusive deals. Also, when you sign up, you get a 15% discount on your first order. You also get notified about new coupons, sales, promotions, seasonal styles, and new products. Once in a while, you may even be invited to the free events and decorating classes hosted by Pottery Barn®.
Apply for a store credit card:
If you shop at Pottery Barn® frequently, it’s a good idea to apply for a store credit card. Credit cardholders enjoy a number of perks including a $25 Reward Certificate each time you spend $250 and 10% back in Rewards when they shop at the store, among other things.
Shop the sale collection:
While the store’s regular merchandise may be slightly on the expensive side, the sale collection offers great discounts. Fortunately, Pottery Barn® runs limited-time deals, sales, and promotions a few times a year.
Buy floor samples:
Floor samples, i.e., products that have been used as display products in the store, are sold at steep discounts by the store since they cannot be sold as new. You can shop for these floor models throughout the year and even during sales. Just ensure you do a thorough check of the product before you pay for it.
Shop during holiday sales:
Pottery Barn® typically offers discounts on long weekends like Labor Day, Memorial Day, and Presidents Day. The store also sometimes runs Cyber Monday deals. During these sales, Pottery Barn® slashes its price by a lot, thus helping you purchase the items you like for a discount. Also, make sure to visit the store at the end of the season to snag off-season items at a discount.
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