big lots layaway???
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#1 Dec 8, 2011
does big lots still have a layaway for furniture and stuff?
#2 Dec 8, 2011
call them and ask
942 Happy Valley Road Glasgow, KY 42141
six five one -3225
#3 Dec 8, 2011
The layaway plan at Big Lots is not well-publicized, and in fact they don’t even call it “layaway” (which could have an impact on consumer protection). At many Big Lots locations, usually for furniture only, they have something called “Price Hold.” In most cases you put 10 percent down and they’ll hold it for 90 days. Some shoppers report being charged $5 for this service; be sure to ask questions of the store management before using it
#4 Jun 25, 2013
The above statment is completely false, and very misinformed. They DO NOT offer a "layway" in anytime shape or form. A price is offered. A price hold is an agreement where the customer pusts down a deposit of no less the 10% of the price of the item and the store agrees to HOLD THE PRICE of said item ( hence the name price hold) and nothing more. They will not store the item and ask you contact them no less then 2 weeks in advance in order for them to TRY and get a hold of the item. If for some reason the customer decides to cancel there is a $5 cancellation fee(+ you state sales tax) this fee can be waved if the store can not get a hold of the item( this can happen it is a closeout store and stock is NEVER gaurented ) only some items ( the item that the store knows it will get restocked on) are eligible for price hold. This means no clearance as its stock is not gaurented.
#5 Jun 26, 2013
To "The furniture manager" ...It varies from state to state. Here in Florida they DO offer lay a way (and it IS called Lay-A-Way in all the stores around here) You put 10% down and have 90 days to pay off an item. They WILL keep the item in the back until it is paid off and picked up. If you do not pay it off they will put it back out in the store. So... before you make a comment that something is false and someone is misinformed you might want to educate yourself about policies from state to state!
#6 Jul 5, 2013
They absolutely offer layaway here in Tennessee. I move into my new apartment next week and don't know the address just yet. I found the furniture that I wanted for my daughter's room and the manager sugguested their easy layaway plan.I opened it and scheduled delivery and everything!
#8 Feb 18, 2015
I just put mattresses on A lay away in Pennsylvania. What it also did was give me a price hold as the said mattresses are on sale! Awesome deal too. They do require you to put 10% down and pay every 2 weeks. Which they are VERY flexible as I said I'd prob be paying off sooner. They do ask for a 2 week notice before you want to pick up item so they are sure they have it. I put down much more than the 10% bc I'd been expecting to pay full price. I'm about 2 weeks away from being able to move so the timing works out perfectly. When I pay next week, a week early I'll be giving my notice and it will work out perfectly. Thank you big lots. I'm getting a beautiful Serta high end matress and split box spring for 20$ where everywhere else I'd priced split queen box spring WAY higher. It shocked me and I was sold.
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