Save $250 on an Apt2B Sofa When You Donate Your Old Couch

Giving back has its perks.

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September 13, 2019

One of our favorite home decor brands, Apt2B, just launched a discount program that we can get behind 100 percent. The Curb Couch Campaign started out of a frustration with seeing old couches discarded on city sidewalks. To help alleviate these eyesores, Apt2B will offer customers $250 off a new couch when they donate their old one to a local charity.

Because Apt2B's sofas are built-to-order (in the U.S.!) from solid, kiln-dried alder wood and feature an eight-gauge steel spring system, they are the exact opposite of "curb couches." Plus, Apt2B sofas come with a lifetime warranty.

Here are the couches towards which we'd put that extra $250.

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