Enjoy huge savings on home appliances at the Electrolux Warehouse Sale
Great news for shoppers looking to buy home appliances! Electrolux is having another Warehouse Sale this week!
Check out the Electrolux Warehouse Sale this July 14 – 18, 2017 (Friday to Tuesday) and enjoy huge discounts on a variety of Electrolux Home Appliances!
Electrolux is hosting its Warehouse Sale this July 14 – 18, 2017 at the CEVA Olivares Warehouse, Juanita de Leon St., Brgy. San Dionisio, Paranaque City, from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Get up to 80% off on Electrolux appliances, such as refrigerators, washing machines, ovens and more! Here’s a quick story of how much we have been able to save when buying Electrolux products during these Warehouse sales, which I told during last year’s Electrolux warehouse sale post.
I personally use Electrolux products myself and I find them very durable compared to other brands. We have a ref from Brand S that always has a problem, it’s not cold enough even after manually defrosting. Whereas our Electrolux ref has never given us any problems at all, despite being bought at an Electrolux Warehouse Sale. I also like Electrolux’s vacuum cleaner – it really sucks dirt and dust, and is much quieter than regular vacuum cleaners.
I also recently got an Electrolux portable induction cooker and I’m really enjoying using it on weekends.
So don’t miss this chance to purchase an Electrolux appliance for your home – visit the Electrolux Warehouse Sale for big discounts and savings!
Customers may pay using cash or major credit cards. Product testing is even available at the event site.
About Class B products: I think Class B products refer to units that have a slight cosmetic damage like scratches or dents (that don’t affect the usability of the appliance), or units that have been used as display units, etc… If you don’t mind those things and you want to get a good discount, check out the sale!
If the discount is big enough to make it worth my while, I don’t mind the light scratches or dents, as long as the unit works as it is supposed to. I figure, it’s going to get banged up anyway with constant use at home, so it’s not a big deal, and I get to save some money, too.
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