American Freight

Origins & Merger

American Freight has satisfied customers with high-quality furniture, mattresses, and appliances at affordable prices since 1994. In 2020, the company merged with national retail giant Sears Outlet and FFO Home, a regional furniture and mattress retailer. Following the merger, American Freight expanded its headquarters in Delaware. It currently boasts 360 United States locations in 38 states and Puerto Rico.

A Customer-First Mentality

Much of American Freight's success and popularity is attributed to always putting customers first. The brand's furniture is bought directly from manufacturers, which reduces overheads. Also, American Freight's direct-to-the-consumer, no-frills, warehouse-style stores are uniquely designed to minimize hidden costs, meaning customers always pay less. 

Additionally, American Freight offers customers many services to help those on a budget and enhance the shopping experience.

American Freight's vendor code of conduct helps ensure that the brand's products are of the highest quality, a fact the company regularly emphasizes. It also offers furniture protection plans that cover accidental stains, damage, and product failure. 

Furniture, Mattresses, Appliances

American Freight offers furniture for multiple rooms in the house in a range of styles. It also sells mattresses and appliances for the kitchen and laundry room. 

You can find living room furniture like sofas, couches, love seats, sectionals, recliners, dining room table sets, and bedroom furniture. American Freight also offers a collection of accessories, including refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers, ovens, stoves, and microwaves.

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