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Rocking Chairs needed?

Posted by blazepepper Auburn, GA 7b (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 21, 08 at 8:39

Hello, this may be a weird question, as its not really garden related, but maybe it is. I'm looking to purchase 2 rocking chairs for my front porch. At the big box stores they are $90-100, which was way more than I expected. I'm looking for White, Dark Brown, or Black. Anyone know anywhere where I can find a deal on a couple of wooden rockers? Thanks


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RE: Rocking Chairs needed?

try Craigslist


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RE: Rocking Chairs needed?

WalMart on Hamilton Mill in Buford has some very nice-looking ones that are dark brown and are $78. They had 4 of them left this morning when I was there.


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Oops!

I meant to add, the chairs are in the lawn and garden section near the checkout...


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RE: Rocking Chairs needed?

Publix offers some for 60 something dolars I believe - in white.


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RE: Rocking Chairs needed?

Here's a link I happened across on Craigslist today for two wooden rocking chairs. They only showed a photo of one so I'm assuming they are both the same but you'd have to ask first to be sure, you probably want them to be identical right? Not sure if you're the handy type but a nice coat of black or white semi-gloss or gloss paint on these would probably make them look brand new again. It looks like they're $50 for the pair but again, double check this. The wording is not specific.

I have no affiliation with the person who placed the ad.

Good luck in your search!

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/wat/fuo/3433419883.html

Danielle

Here is a link that might be useful: Craigslist rocking chairs


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