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Reviewed January 7, 2013
Reviewed April 6, 2013
Reviewed April 6, 2013
What You'll Get
Furniture is often passed down through the generations, like recipes or antidotes to the recipes. Fill your house with memories with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $85 for $200 toward furniture, mattresses, and flooring
- $50 for $100 toward furniture, mattresses, and flooring<p>
Cover floors in carpeting ($1.99+/sq. ft.) or sink into a Landry rocker recliner with easy-to-clean microfiber upholstery and plush, padded arms ($379). A black Kristina office chair ($129) supports the back with simple style, and the Hayfield birch-top kitchen island ($528.50) is ideal for preparing meals or marooning a surly blender.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Not valid for fair trade items, electronics, Super Value, or Attic clearance items. Not valid with other coupons or promotions. Not valid for fantastic super value items. Valid for sale items. Not valid for shipping/delivery charges. Customer must pay sales tax. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rotmans Furniture and Carpet
In the mid 1960s, Murray and Ida Rotman gave the family name to their growing furniture and carpeting business, confident that it would hold employees accountable and remind them to interact with customers as one community member to another. Throughout multiple expansions and a change from the "7 Stores on 5 Floors Under 1 Roof" slogan to "New England's Largest Furniture and Carpet Store," the Rotman family has stayed true to its promise of treating people with honesty and respect. According to Furniture Today, the National Home Furnishings Association named the company a Retailer of the Year in 2011, remarking on its "outstanding customer service and involvement in community services and activities." To that end, the Rotmans have helped raise $1 million for the local Walk for the Homeless, and cofounded a furniture-exchange program that allows customers to donate their gently used furniture to a family in need.
The award-winning business owes its success not only to a commitment to core values, but to an eye-popping assortment of furniture, mattresses, and televisions—all arranged in curated displays that inspire home-decorating ideas and make people believe they’re in a house built for a hundred families. The helpful staff measures and installs carpeting or flooring and fleshes out creative plans with the design-a-room service: a free in-home consultation with a computerized analysis. The store also stays ahead of the latest industry trends and innovations, offering, for example, pieces from Paula Deen’s furniture line and budget-friendly clearance deals in a space known as the Attic.