Yes, it’s officially Friday and the main event – Cyber Monday 2020 – has landed, right on cue. Just like Santa, it’s really delivered on the festive treats – or rather, brilliant homeware bargains. And with the festive season just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to pick up a room-transforming piece of furniture.
Perhaps you need a new sofa, a bigger dining table for Christmas dinner, or a new guest bed? Whatever you’re after, you’ll find all the best Cyber Monday furniture deals right here.
If you can’t get erase those images of the Great Asda TV Stampede of 2014, shop for Cyber Monday deals online instead of in-store. Brits might be well known for their queueing skills, but there’s no need to stand in line for hours or face a scrum of sharp-elbowed bargain hunters.
Instead, bookmark this page beforehand. Then, come Cyber Monday, you can relax with a cuppa and click to buy that cut-price armchair or deal of a dressing table in the comfort of your own home.
Cyber Monday furniture deals 2020 – quick links
- Hendricks Grey Wool Sofa: save £520, Now £2,080 at Habitat
- Tatsuma Ash White 4 Drawer Chest: was £350, Now £245 at Habitat
- Nox Walnut Coffee table: HALF PRICE, Now £40, Habitat
- Loaf Floppy Jo Large 3 Seater Sofa: was £1699, Now £1,359.20, John Lewis
- G Plan Vintage The Sixty Five Medium 2 Seater Sofa: SAVE 1275, Now £1100, John Lewis
- Macaroon Velvet Bed Frame, was £359, now £287.20, Argos
- Loft Living Kingsize Bed Frame, was £309, now £205.79, Argos
- Hector Velvet Armchair: Was £399.99, Now £319.99, Argos
- James Storage Ottoman: was £84.99, Now £76.99, Amazon
- Save 20% when you spend £999 at Marks & Spencer
- 3 Seater Amalfi Velvet ‘Carnaby’ Sofa Bed: Was £1,550, Now £775, Debenhams
- Kempton armchair, was £490 now £245, Debenhams
- Escolta Desk Chair, was £239.99, NOW £184.99, Wayfair
- Pettit Ladder Desk, was £210, now £167.99, Wayfair
Cyber Monday furniture deals 2020
Welcome to Cyber Monday 2020. While this big shopping event used to be a weekend-only thing, it’s likely to stretch across the month of November – and we’re already spotting odd deals appearing on sites such as Amazon and Argos.
Marks & Spencer Cyber Monday furniture deals
Marks & Spencer did not participate in last year’s Cyber Monday, but it did offer up to 60 per cent off products across all its departments. This year, you can take advantage of a special offer on furniture…
Habitat Cyber Monday furniture deals
Habitat don’t scrimp when it comes to discounts, and last year offered up to 44 per cent off their stylish lines over Cyber Monday weekend. This year we will expect similar savings on sofas, dining and storage furniture. There are often also some amazing offers on rugs and lighting.
Hendricks Grey Wool Sofa: was £2,600, Now £2,080
It’s one of the brands most iconic sofas – regularly snapped for Instagram – and it’s in the sale. Only in the grey for now, fingers crossed the sumptuous green and burnt orange velvet versions will join the sale soon. This generously size, irresistible sofa is more affordable thanks to the £520 saving!
Nox Walnut Coffee table: was £80, Now £40
This simple yet chic walnut table is the best priced piece of furniture currently in the sale. It’s £30 price tag has been slashed in half, to offer a saving of £40.
The modern design lends itself to all contemporary and country decors.
Tatsuma ash kingsize bed with mattress, was £920 now £670, Habitat
The Tatsuma’s simple ash bed frame has double rail headboard and elegant tapered legs. The deal price includes a Coen 150cm mattress, which features 1000 pocket springs for medium-firm support, topped with a layer of support foam for additional comfort, and covered with ‘Coolmax’ ticking for improved temperature regulation.
Hattie blue velvet ottoman kingsize bed, was £650 now £520, Habitat
The tall upholstered headboard with button back detailing is padded for ultimate comfort and comes in on-trend blue velvet. The mattress lifts thanks to gas lift pistons, revealing spacious storage below for bedding essentials and clothes.
John Lewis Cyber Monday furniture deals
John Lewis says that its commitment to being ‘never knowingly undersold’ means that it matches its competitors’ prices all year round, so ‘even when it’s not Cyber Monday we’ll have deals you can enjoy’.
However, we’re promised some excellent bargains in this year’s Cyber Monday sale. And for comparison, last year there was 20 per cent off all big-name brands, including Ercol, Bisley and Loaf over Cyber Monday week.
There will also be big discounts in beauty and fragrance, sport and leisure, electrical and fashion. All worth checking out to make valuable savings ahead of Christmas!
See all the best deals right now: John Lewis Black Friday deals – from furniture and bedding to smart lighting
Loaf Floppy Jo Large 3 Seater Sofa: was £1699, Now £1,359.20
John Lewis is the place to bag a Loaf bargain. Take for instance this irresistibly inviting sofa. The feather-wrapped foam seats are given an extra cushioning thanks to the multiple scatter cushions. Available in 18 shades, to suit all tastes.
G Plan Vintage The Sixty Five Medium 2 Seater Sofa: was £1375, Now £1100
G Plan is a cult favourite for stylish vintage–style furniture. Currently John Lewis are offering 20% off – like on this chic two seater. The compact boxy sofa offers a touch of retro, while still feeling timeless.
House by John Lewis Whistler Dining Chairs, Set of 2: was £198, Now £178
Grey to suit all schemes, this set of dining chairs will help set the scene for stylish dining. The injection-moulded polypropylene shell is finished with a well-padded fabric seat pad to ensure comfort comes first.
Philippe Starck for Kartell Masters Chair: was £176.25, Now £141
Iconic design pieces are always worth looking out for during seasonal sales. Such as this instantly recognisable Philippe Starck design which so often graces the pages of our magazine house tours. Investing in an iconic design is best when there’s a discount applied – save £35.
Amazon Cyber Monday furniture deals
Amazon’s own shopping holiday Amazon Prime Day took place just weeks ago, but there wasn’t a huge furniture offering. We are hoping all that will change as we build up towards Cyber Monday and will be paying particular attention to offers on pieces for the study and garden.
James Storage Ottoman: was £84.99, Now £76.99, Amazon
Footstool-cum-storage unit that’s ideal for adding a touch of decadence to any hallway. This quirky ottoman design is a hybrid of a button-back sofa and an industrial style storage trunk – it’s a conversation piece to add personality to a purposeful piece.
See all the best deals right now: Best Black Friday furniture deals at Amazon
Argos Cyber Monday furniture deals
Past Argos Black Fridays have seen customers bag bargains on furniture, home appliances and accessories. Buy online and you’ll get quicker access to the biggest deals and faster in-store collection at the Argos Fast Track counter.
You can also create a Wish List of products so you can shop faster when the deals go live, which we expect to be from the evening of Thursday 26th November.
Check out the latest deals: Best Black Friday furniture deals at Argos
Macaroon Velvet Bed Frame, was £359, now £287.20, Argos
This luxurious pink velvet bed has already built up a fan base for shoppers looking for pink bed on a budget. Fully upholstered in pink velvet, with a curved headboard, you’ll sleep like a princess in this bed.
Hector Velvet Armchair: Was £399.99, Now £319.99, Argos
Sometimes you need a seat all to yourself, rather than tussling for space on the sofa. Save £80 on this luxurious emerald green armchair. Kitted out with three cushions, this is the perfect spot to curl up with a book and a cup of tea. The chair comes with a 10 year frame guarantee so any wobbles, loose legs or springs Argos will arrange a repair or replacement.
Loft Living Kingsize Bed Frame, was £309, now £205.79, Argos
Mixing wood with a fabric headboard and metal hairpin legs, this cool Loft Living bed has an industrial style that would make it perfect for a bachelor pad or teenage boy’s room. Sprung wooden slats provide long-lasting comfort and support.
Furniture Village Cyber Monday furniture deals
This year Furniture Village has included products from its upholstery, dining and bedroom collections, with up to 50 per cent off.
Ariel velvet bed frame, was £1,329, now £995, Furniture Village
Right now there’s an incredible £995 saving on this beauty of a bed! It doesn’t get more sumptuous that a velvet bed frame, and the Ariel from Furniture village is a stunning example that comes in four colours, including ever-popular grey and on-trend navy.
Harrison Spinks Yorkshire 9500 divan set, was £2,599, now £1,799, Furniture Village
Save £800 on this luxurious, handcrafted Harrison Spinks divan base. The pillow top mattress, handcrafted in Yorkshire, is made with 9,500 pocket springs in king size, plus hemp, Yorkshire wool and cotton. It comes in 11 colours, including this gorgeous blush pink ‘Seven Blossom’.
Hypnos opulent easy store divan set, was £3,139, now £2,349, Furniture Village
Save £790 on this luxurious divan set with its wool-rich pocket sprung turnable mattress. The upholstered base includes spacious EasyStore drawers to maximise under-bed storage.
Comfi fabric chair bed, was £1,065 now £795, Furniture Village
With chenille upholstered fabric and sprung seats, this chair bed is super comfy. The pull-out bed design makes it easy to host guests for the night.
Infinity leather chair sofabed, was 1,605 now £1,195, Furniture Village
Comfort is everything when it comes to this World of Leather chair bed, with its deep, pocket-sprung seat upholstered in soft leather. Choose from a number of shades from neutrals to bolds (we love the Honey Yellow).
Nicoletti Alcova single sofa bed, was £1,625 now £1,295, Furniture Village
Not only does the Alcova look great, it’s multi-functional too with its sofa bed that boasts a supportive foam mattress. There’s also integrated pillow storage so everything is to hand.
Stompa Nexus bunk bed with trundle, was £869, now £649, Furniture Village
Perfect for sleepovers – save £220 on this smart bunk bed that sleeps three, rather than the usual two! The white-painted pine and central ladder are perfect for a timeless, Scandi-style look.
Stompa Nexus high sleeper with desk and chair bed, was £1,339 now £999, Furniture Village
This multi-functional set up is perfect to meet the changing needs of a growing child. The chair bed offers space for sleepovers, while the built-in desk and shelving is a clever space-saving solution for a smaller bedroom.
Wayfair Cyber Monday furniture deals
Wayfair is promising its biggest ever Black Friday Blowout for 2020 with savings to be had on furniture for every room in the house. We don’t know yet how much items will be reduced by, but we have a feeling there are going to be some big savings to be made. The same will include everything from wardrobes, beds, sofas to TV stands.
Our favourite deal available right now…
Siebert Desk Chair, was £149.99, now £114.99, Wayfair
A designer lookalike that’s as comfortable as it is smart, thanks to its deeply padded faux-leather seat and adjustable lumbar support.
Pettit Ladder Desk, was £210, now £167.99, Wayfair
This genius design by Brick & Barrow will blend beautifully into your living room or bedroom, and takes up very little floor space. Plus it has lots of storage for all your computer kit and stationery.
Escolta Desk Chair, was £239.99, NOW £184.99,Wayfair
Save £40 on this elegant, upholstered office chair. Its sophisticated grey buttoned styling will work beautifully in any room.
Zuma Upholstered Ottoman bed, was £280, now £174.99, Wayfair
This smart buttoned single bed hides a secret: you can lift up the mattress base to reveal storage. It also comes in black or grey fabric.
Annabella 3 Seater Sofa: Was £728, Now £509.99
Save 30 per cent on this modern three-seater sofa. The Scandinavian-inspired paired back style is available eight different colour ways including mustard and aquamarine. Don’t worry trying to find the perfect matching scatter cushion, it’s included too.
Next Cyber Monday furniture deals
Next got in on the Black Friday action last year with some fab offers, slashing the price of lots of statement pieces. They’ve yet to release their offers this year, but you can always check out the clearance section on their website for furniture bargains
Check out the latest deals: Next Clearance
Debenhams Cyber Monday furniture deals
For 2020 Debenhams is promising ‘our best online offers including amazing deals and discounts from your favourite brands’. You’ll find deals on the site from Tuesday 20th November 2018, and you can sign up to receive emails featuring all the best offers, so you won’t miss out. With up to half price off lighting, 30 per cent off bed linen and kitchenware.
Our favourite deals available right now…
Amalfi velvet ‘Eliza’ loveseat, was £1,190 now £595
Evenings were made for snuggling up in front of the telly with a Netflix box set to work through, and we can’t think of a better spot to do it in than this pink beauty of a loveseat, upholstered in sumptuous velvet.
Kempton armchair, was £490 now £245
We love the wooden legs and arms (available in light and dark wood) of this 50s inspired armchair. The armchair comes in a huge range of colours and fabrics.
3 Seater Amalfi Velvet ‘Carnaby’ Sofa Bed: Was £1,550, Now £775, Debenhams
If you’ve been considering a pink sofa consider this Cyber Monday deal the final nudge. This pink velvet sofa bed will suit beautifully in a guest room or living room. You’ll be clamouring for people to stay at your after saving £775 on this sofa.
Contempo coffee table, was £350 now £175
Snap up this stylish coffee table while it’s half price! The round top has a diameter of 60cm, making it ideal for smaller spaces, while the light wood finish makes it just the ticket for a Scandi-style interior.
Marlow dining table and four chairs, was £1,135 now £794.50
There’s 30% off this quality dining set right now. Perfect for a modern country look, the table’s white oiled finish top is extendable, making it a great space-saver. The smart chairs have soft seat pads for extra comfort.
Cyber Monday Furniture deals 2020 – some extra shopping tips
Check in store as well as online
For obvious reasons, 2020 has been THE year of online shopping. That said, some retailers are still tempting in-store customers with deals, and Cyber Monday shoppers may still find that a mix of online and store shopping will reap the best deals. Shoppers seem to prefer hunting out deals online on the day itself, but visit shops over the weekend when retailers continue to discount.
You may also spot some good ex-display offers from the likes of DFS, Next and so on, as Black Friday weekend offers a first good opportunity to start making way for 2021 stock.
How can I avoid being ripped off on Cyber Monday?
‘It’s easy to get carried away, so make a list of what you want in advance,’ advises Danny Munday, general manager of HotUKDeals. It also pays to read reviews and compare prices of the models you like, so you know you’re getting a genuine deal. ‘Check the shipping costs before you order, too,’ adds Danny. ‘Some brands charge so much for delivery, it cancels out any savings.’
Will my Cyber Monday purchases arrive by Christmas?
We are going to be honest here – if you are thinking of investing of a new sofa for Christmas and are looking for a deal on Cyber Monday, pay close attention to delivery dates. A lead time on a made-to-order sofa is a minimum of six-to-eight weeks, which equates to delivery in January or even February.
If you are keen for an item to be delivered sooner rather than later, you’ll have better luck with items that are off-the-shelf or ‘in the warehouse’. However, even then, you may be looking at a longer-than-usual delivery time given the increased pressure on courier services at this time of year.
It might even be best to go for in-store pick up, if that’s an option and you have a vehicle that can transport larger items.
How should I pay for my Cyber Monday purchases?
We always recommend buying larger items on a credit card, for a couple of reasons. The biggest is that anything you buy with a credit card that costs between £100 and £30,000 is protected under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. This makes your card provider as liable as the retailer if something should go wrong with your purchase.
For example – you buy a sofa. When it arrives, it’s faulty. Or perhaps it never arrives because the retailer goes bust (a sad but distinct possibility in these uncertain times). Either way, you’ll be able to claim a refund through your credit card company. This also applies if you pay a proportion on your credit card (say, a deposit) but the rest in cash or on a debit card.