Today’s post is for my local Cincinnati/Tri-State people! Or maybe you get so excited about this place, you’ll decide it’s worth the drive. 🙂
It’s been over a year since I shared the Cincinnati bargain furniture warehouseâ€”Bargains & Buyoutsâ€”as the ultimate deal source for everything home. A lot has happened since that post. So many of you have gone there and scored major deals. Word has spread (of which I was only a minor contributor) and it’s become an attraction for people traveling to the area. The place itself has gone through major changes. It went from 1 location, to 2 locations back to 1 location, but in a different place. The owners have not been great about communicating its new whereabouts and location changes, but I’ve figured it all out and I have an unofficial update for you.
Welcome to the new Bargains & Buyouts.
The ONE and only address is:
5150 Glencrossing Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
Hours of operation:
Monday – Saturday 10 am – 8 pm EST
Sunday 12 pm – 6 pm EST
Credit cards and cash are welcome forms of payment
Bargaining is also welcome, but I didn’t perceive it to be as good as before. You’ll have much better luck on getting a negotiated price if you bundle multiple items together.
The store now is much more shoppableâ€”they are aisles for walking, most everything is priced and there are somewhat clear “departments.” You can expect to find here your basic home furnishing needs: bedframes, headboards, bedroom sets, sofas, lighting, accent chairs, ottomans, coffee tables, rugs, outdoor furniture and more.
Now, I will say (as far as I can tell) that the prices are a little higher. I’m guessing their overhead as increased significantly (nicer store, lots more employees) but yes, you will still get amazing deals on quality pieces here.Â I went about a week ago and thought I would share some of the highlights.
These campaign-ish x-side tables were $50 each at the time. These also came in other colors.
Tabouret-style dining stools and chairs were just $15 a piece.
This bentwood chair was $99. If there was a pair, they would have come home with me.
So, SO many round tufted ottomans. Like this one for $149…
And this one for $250 (although I would have pointed out that the same model in the darker gray was just $150, in hopes for a bargain).
There are no words for this wood/brass coffee table. NO WORDS.Â $150.
Accent chairs as far as the eye can see. These ranged from $150 – $300.
I was crushing on the color of this settee for $278. I’m convinced camel/cognac tones are the new gray.
This cage light caught my eye too. I think it was $100.
Lots and lots of ottomans. I liked this black and white one a lot. A price wasn’t marked but I’m guessing somewhere in the $150 range.
I loved the shape of these counter stools at $75 each.
And of course they taunt you with this as soon as you arrive. This is an actual Jonathan Adler sofa (NOT the JCPenney Happy Chic line). Price was $1499, which isn’t too shabby considering the retail price is nearly $5,000. I’m guessing it’s an older version of the Lampert sofa.
So that’s the new Bargains & Buyouts. With a new house to furnish, you can expect to find me here every weekend. 🙂
Let me know if you go!