Stressless Sale – Give to Charity and Save

Stressless Sale


The latest Stressless sale is a cool idea. It’s the idea that you can save money on the most comfortable seating out there and give to charity all at the same time. And it’s not complicated, either. I mean, up front it might sound technical, but think about it this way: we do all the work for you. You don’t have to write a check to get your savings. You simply choose the charity you’d like us to support on your behalf, and we give you a discount and write the check for you.

It’s a true “Chair-ity Event!” (Sorry, I just had to get the bad pun out of the way. I don’t know what would have happened if it had gone unsaid. Maybe something bad, you never know.)


Stressless Oxford ChairHow the Stressless Sale Works

  1. If you choose a Stressless recliner like, say, the Oxford Chair – you save $150.
  2. If you choose a Stressless loveseat or sofa, you save $150.
  3. If you choose a Stressless sectional, you save $550.
  4. If you want a donut, you go to Krispy Kreme or, if you’re lucky enough to live near one, Tim Horton’s.

What are the Charities?

I’m glad you asked! This year, we’re glad to give $50 to your preferred charity for each chair, sofa, loveseat, or sectional ordered. They are, in no particular order, the Chattanooga Food Bank and the Humane Society. We figured you can’t go wrong helping hungry people and needy animals. Choose as you will, and we’ll get your donation to that charity.

If you need a recliner or other seating for your living room, now’s the best time to get ahold of it. Many options can be to you in time for Christmas if you order now. If you’d like to know what those are, go ahead and call one of our friendly customer service folks for information at 888-467-6278. They’ll be more than happy to let you know what shipment time will be for your choice. This Stressless sale is a winner, and you get the benefit of giving to a good cause. ‘Tis the season, after all!


Mark Rico

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