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    M & S furniture outlet
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    • 9th Nov 04, 1:38 AM
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    M & S furniture outlet 9th Nov 04 at 1:38 AM
    Don't know if this has been mentioned before, but thought it was worth sharing anyway.

    Marks and Spencer. Make superbly build furniture, but at a cost. However, if you place an order, and subsequently cancel for whatever reason, you are not penalised. Now, depending on when you cancel, they may well have made your order (e.g. chair) already in your choice of fabric.

    What do they do with these cancelled orders? Can't sell them in the M&S stores. They instead get sold, at a heavily discounted price, at the outlets of the sole furniture suppliers to M&S, deeside furniture.

    There's two in Flint, North Wales, and one in Falkirk.

    We got a large 2 seater and standard 2 seater Abbey sofa in brown leather for 1550, RRP of the large one alone is 1399. Also 6ft leather bed 1150 for 630.

    Definately worth a look.
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