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DFS Revive 3 seater sofa £299
DFS Revive 3 seater sofa £299

DFS Revive 3 seater sofa £299

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I have been looking for a fabric sofa that is reasonably priced and good in quality for a little while now and I think I have found it! DFS are offering 4 years interest free credit, and then £6.22 per month for 48 months.
If you're a student or on a budget and need a good sofa then I think this is the one for you.

Product Information:
Cosy, snug and wonderfully practical, its elegant and classic style will complement any modern home

Revive: 3 Seater Sofa
Available in 14 colours
Shown with optional scatter cushions, available at extra cost
Available with removable arms at extra cost
Available in Light and Dark feet at no extra cost
Comes with foam interior seat cushions for added resilience
Available with Eaziglide, find out more
Free 10 year frame & frame springs guarantee
Delivery charges apply
Today's offer: 27/03/2016
After Event Price applies from 19/04/2016

22 Comments

Banned

I think you've misunderstood the 0% interest offer. It's not 4 years nothing to pay then 48 months @ £6.22 per month.

I believe you have 48 months in total to pay for your goods with the option of no payment being made until Jan 2017. If you choose this option the £6.22 per month will increase.

Yup, you are wrong in the way you believe interest free credit works in this instance. Might be an idea to change it as not to confuse people.

Best hurry offer probably " Must and soon "!

Don't forget the £55 delivery

nseaman

Don't forget the £55 delivery




Ouch

nseaman

Don't forget the £55 delivery



They always drop it to zero, that is why it is high.....you do know that right? it allows them to say they are negotiating and offer you 'free' delivery

Be careful as this fabric tends to 'buble' when constantly used, Dfs change these names of these sofa's every year to get around retail price laws!, yet its the same design every year. I would suggest DFS use this as a lost leader to get people into stores.

Is always down to this price, literally every other month.

now this is where i'm lost

on the site you can click on trustpilot and what amazing reviews.
if you go to trustpilot without using their link. the reviews are a bit different

uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com

pablobanez

Be careful as this fabric tends to 'buble' when constantly used, Dfs … Be careful as this fabric tends to 'buble' when constantly used, Dfs change these names of these sofa's every year to get around retail price laws!, yet its the same design every year. I would suggest DFS use this as a lost leader to get people into stores.



​The fabric tends to "Buble"? Does that mean it tends to start singing crap songs in an annoying manner!

The never ending sale.

Had two suites from DFS and both goddam awaful, never again! And sorry this isn't a deal, it the same old tripe recycled over and over again!

pablobanez

Be careful as this fabric tends to 'buble' when constantly used, Dfs … Be careful as this fabric tends to 'buble' when constantly used, Dfs change these names of these sofa's every year to get around retail price laws!, yet its the same design every year. I would suggest DFS use this as a lost leader to get people into stores.



I doubt that. Firstly it probably costs them under £100 to make, secondly, loss leaders are to get people in store and make profit from the other stuff they buy. Can't remember the last time I went to a shop for a settee and bought another 5 when I was there!

Aeschylus

They always drop it to zero, that is why it is high.....you do know that … They always drop it to zero, that is why it is high.....you do know that right? it allows them to say they are negotiating and offer you 'free' delivery


Really?!? How du get them to drop it to 0. I was in DFS today and they wouldn't budge onThe delivery charge. I still have a bit of thinking to do so haven't bought it yet that £55 expensive
Edited by: "Coffee100" 9th Apr 2016

Coffee100

Really?!? How du get them to drop it to 0. I was in DFS today and they … Really?!? How du get them to drop it to 0. I was in DFS today and they wouldn't budge onThe delivery charge. I still have a bit of thinking to do so haven't bought it yet that £55 expensive




Interested in your experience... did you buy it? How was the service? Did you end up with free delivery? I too tried but no luck.

Babbler

Interested in your experience... did you buy it? How was the service? Did … Interested in your experience... did you buy it? How was the service? Did you end up with free delivery? I too tried but no luck.


My friend bought, but they didn't give free delivery. What about u?
Edited by: "Coffee100" 27th Jun 2016

Coffee100

My friend bought, but they didn't give free delivery. What about u?



Bought a sofa yesterday... no dice on the free delivery :(. Guess if you pay full price maybe!
A bit worried now though having read reviews of quality etc... but I paid on Credit Card so if any issues will go that route.

Babbler

Bought a sofa yesterday... no dice on the free delivery :(. Guess if you … Bought a sofa yesterday... no dice on the free delivery :(. Guess if you pay full price maybe! A bit worried now though having read reviews of quality etc... but I paid on Credit Card so if any issues will go that route.


Yes my friend is also worried about quality. Reviews are awful! What du mean credit card route? My friend paid half on debit card, should she pay the other amount in credit card.

Coffee100

Yes my friend is also worried about quality. Reviews are awful! What du … Yes my friend is also worried about quality. Reviews are awful! What du mean credit card route? My friend paid half on debit card, should she pay the other amount in credit card.


Yes. You can then claim the full amount back if there are issues and dfs do not try and resolve them. Much better negotiating position to pay on card.

Babbler

Yes. You can then claim the full amount back if there are issues and dfs … Yes. You can then claim the full amount back if there are issues and dfs do not try and resolve them. Much better negotiating position to pay on card.


Thanks. I can tell her to pay rest on her credit card.

Babbler

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-2605929/Find-rights-credit-card-refund-Section-75.html


Thanks so much.
I'm not totally sure of amounts, but I think she paid half on debit card, so if she pays remainder on credit card, according to the article she is fully covered!!! Wow. I will tell her.

'Section 75 offers protection for items or services valued from £100 to £30,000, of which at least part of the purchase (such as a deposit) was made with a credit card. Purchases under and over these thresholds cannot be considered.

So, if you buy something for £500 but only pay £50 with a credit card, you would be protected for the full amount. But if the full value of the item was only £75, you wouldn't.'

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