Today's sofa deals are great news if you're furnishing a living room from scratch or looking to update a tired settee without breaking the bank.
Whether you're looking for a spacious corner sofa, a stylish two or three-seater, or a multifunctional sofa bed, then our edit of today's best sofa deals can help you to invest for less.
We've rounded up the biggest sofa sales at Argos, Darlings of Chelsea, Habitat, DUSK, Sofa.com, and many more big name retailers, so you can find all the best prices in one place. We've also revealed our editors' secrets to shopping for less, including all the key dates you'll want to keep your eyes peeled for bargain prices on sofas.
There's expert buying advice on how to choose the best sofa or best sofa bed in our dedicated buying guides, but here's where you'll find today's biggest savings and find out which deals are the Ideal Home team's top picks.
Sofa deals February 2024
Today's best sofa sales
Furniture Village | SALE NOW ON
Furniture Village is a one-stop destination for all of your furniture needs, offering dining room, bedroom, home office, and living room furniture alongside essential storage, and home decor. There are also plenty of big discounts on sofas and sofa beds to be found right now.
Oak furnitureland | SALE NOW ON
Oak furnitureland offers a great selection of solid wood furniture, but its sofa and seating collections are just as strong, with affordable fabric upholstered couches and spacious recliners for kicking back and relaxing now included in the brand's current sale.
Snug | SALE NOW ON
If you need a quick delivery sofa or sofa bed then Snug offers next-day delivery on all of its seating. All furniture is delivered flat-packed with super simple assembly to make delivery to the room of your choice hassle-free. Plus, the brand's current sale is offering some very enticing discounts.
Swyft | SALE NOW ON
Sofa-in-a-box brand Swyft doesn't run sales that often, so the current deals are well worth checking out, especially if you want a sofa or sofa bed that can be delivered in just 24 hours, or you have awkward access problems that the brand's easy-to-assemble flat-packed builds can solve.
Best sofa deals
Prices from low to high:
Jack Sofa |
was from £999 now from £399 at Sofa.com
A part of Sofa.com's collaboration with British fashion brand Jack Wills, the Jack sofa is a stylish mix of mid-Century modern and contemporary design with medium-soft foam seating. Upholstery options are limited, but with up to 60% off right now it's currently a very good deal.
Bluebell Sofa |
was from £1780 now from £1068 at Sofa.com
The Bluebell sofa is a great option for a period property, with scrolled arms, sink-in feather-wrapped foam seats, and turned wooden legs adding a traditional touch. It also comes in a wide range of size options with useful half sizes and the option to have it built in situ for those with tricky access.
Rene 3-Seater Sofa |
was £1595 now £1295 at Furniture Village
A firm yet comfortable pocket-sprung seat and super-soft velvet-feel upholstery make the Rene 3-seater sofa a Chesterfield sofa that's a little more equipped for lounging than most options. A luxe sheen makes the most of the stylish buttoned details.
Weymouth Sofa Bed |
was from £2328 now from £1675 at Darlings of Chelsea
Available in loveseat, 2-seater or 3-seater sofa bed, along with matching non-sleeper sofas of the same size, the Weymouth's curved scrollback arms add refined elegance to an interior. A 12cm deep pull-out mattress offers enhanced comfort for your guests.
Bromley Sofa Bed |
was from £2764 now from £1989 at Darlings of Chelsea
Comfortable enough for everyday use as your main seating, the single-action roll-out mechanism means this sofa bed is also super easy to transform into an overnight sleeping space. A wide range of sizes, upholstery options, and optional upgrades will allow you to tailor the design to your home.
Nicoletti Alcova Leather Sofa Bed |
was from £2445 now from £2045 at Furniture Village
Looking for a leather sofa bed? This Italian-made sofa bed with contemporary slim arms and 13cm deep pull-out mattress is now a great price. Available in stone, black, white, and chocolate brown, it's a super-smart solution for the lounge or home office.
Sofa sale shopping tips
A sofa is a significant investment, so before purchasing we all want to make sure we're getting the best deal possible. And, when sales are on it can be easy to get swayed by low prices, so we've rounded up a few key things to bear in mind whilst you're shopping.
Don't forget about lead times
Most sofas are built to order, which can mean a lengthy wait between the time you place your order and when your sofa is ready for delivery. Average lead times can be anywhere between 4 and 16 weeks depending on stock levels, so make sure to factor this into your plans. If time is of the essence, it's worth looking at the best quick-delivery sofa options to minimise your wait.
Avoid peak trading if possible
The busiest time of year for sofa sales tends to be in October when we all start considering Christmas and hosting guests. Therefore lead times can be at their longest at this point. It also tends to mean sofas are at their most expensive, with few sales happening, so if you can, try to avoid shopping during this busy period.
Know your rights
It's also well worth knowing your rights just in case you end up with a big-ticket item that doesn't perform. Have a read of your consumer rights when buying a sofa, which can equally apply to most furniture investments.
When to shop
Although sofa discounts can crop up at any time of year, most retailers tend to follow a pattern when running promotions, with the biggest discounts likely to fall at a few key times of year. We've collated a quick guide to the key dates to look out for below:
Bank Holiday sofa deals
From May through to August, retailers may cut prices as part of Bank Holiday sofa deals.
Sofas don't tend to fall into seasonal categories as much as other products, but you might find discounts on 'summery' fabrics such as cottons and linens as retailers look to make the most of summer spending before autumn hits and we all start dreaming of sumptuous velvets and cosy woolen blends.
Black Friday sofa deals
'Black Friday' originated in the US to denote the first day following Thanksgiving when retailers would cut prices to draw customers in to shop their store's sales. Driven by global brands, this price-slashing event soon travelled over to the UK, and now Black Friday (closely followed by Cyber Monday) has become a consistent mark in our calendars.
Often hailed as having the biggest discounts of the year, Black Friday always falls on the last day Friday of November, so the next time it will roll around is this week, on Friday 29th November 2024.
That said, in recent years, the event has spread to encompass more than just one day, with retailers starting Black Friday discounting earlier and earlier so that a full Black Friday 'week' of discounts isn't uncommon. In fact, in 2022 and 2023 we saw retailers, like John Lewis & Partners, running Black Friday promotions throughout the whole month of November.
Whether or not you agree with the rampant consumerism Black Friday has now come to represent, there's no denying it can be a great time for Black Friday sofa deals and Cyber Monday sofa deals.
Make sure to bookmark the Ideal Home Black Friday deals page to get alerts for all the biggest Black Friday homeware sales as they launch. You might also want to browse our guides to the best mattress deals, furniture deals, and bedding deals to save more money on investing in your home.
Boxing Day sofa deals
If you're done with the turkey and ready to nab a bargain, then you'll find many retailers offering Boxing Day sofa deals; and they can often start well before Boxing day itself, with stores increasingly offering discounts as soon as their pre-Christmas shipping dates have passed.
Hang on a bit longer than Boxing Day, and you might get a better deal if the sofa sale you have your eye on rolls on into January sofa deals.
Retailers know most of us are a little strapped for cash in January thanks to Christmas spending, so there can be some good discounts on offer to tempt us to spend.
If a retailer wants to shift stock for the new season, then discounts on end-of-line products also tend to get bigger as the month continues, however, waiting does run the risk that your product may sell out before it drops to its lowest price.
How we choose sofa deals
You'll find full details of the Ideal Home product selection process on our how we test page.
In order to compile this sofa deals page we factored in our own hands-on testing, searching out deals on the products that we consider best-in-class based on our in-house review process. That includes sofa deals from John Lewis & Partners, Habitat, Sofa.com, Darlngs of Chelsea, Furniture Village, and many more.
If deals aren't currently available on our tried-and-tested favourites, then our product experts have used their knowledge and experience of the product category to curate a list of the best deals available today. This includes researching technical specifications and taking into account multiple customer reviews of any deals we recommend.
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After studying Print Design at Winchester School of Art, Amy spent multiple years working in the interior industry, including styling and visual merchandising for many well-known brands. She’s now Ecommerce Editor at Ideal Home, offering expert advice on the best products for decorating your home and ensuring it functions smoothly. That includes sourcing stylish yet affordable furniture – from the best sofa beds for combining style, comfort, and function, to the best artificial Christmas trees for a stress-free festive season – helping our readers to find the best mattress for their sleep style, and testing top-rated dehumidifiers and air purifiers to narrow down the best-in-class.