(Closed) Hey Canadians–anyone ever order anything from Wayfair.com?

posted 5 years ago in Home
Post # 2
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Blushing bee

I have! I love wayfair. We got our bed and side tables, chairs, and alot of accessories from that site…Only down side is the duties, but it still was cheaper then some places we went to and the pieces we got are unique. Shipping was also a breeze and faster than we anticipated for most of our items.

I would go through Wayfair though for purchases, I find the prices are a bit more jacked up on joss and main.

Post # 3
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2573 posts
Sugar bee

The shipping is expensive I was going to order some stuff and when I saw the shipping I didn’t go through with the order.plus duties and bad exchange better off at winners

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I bought some area rugs and thought they were a good price with shipping.  I looked at some other things and felt they were not.  Havent been on there in awhile but I would look again!

Post # 6
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2016 - Lodge on the lake

I was all set to buy something from them until I saw the shipping costs. I do live in a somewhat remote area though so it might be better if you live in a big city! I liked a lot of the stuff I saw on their site and I’ve heard they’re a reputable company. 

Post # 7
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Busy bee

I love looking at Wayfair too but haven’t bought anything yet as I’m in Canada too and wasn’t entirely sure. Can someoen tell me how much the more $$ the duty adds? How do you know if there will be duty or not?

As for rugs specifically, I really want to order a couple but I’m so unsure about ordering sight unseen. I wish there were a way to tell how thick they are. I don’t want to end up with something that is almost like a blanket on the floor, it’s so thin.

Post # 8
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563 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I’ve bought a headboard, a chaise and all my dining room chairs from Wayfair/Joss & Main (they’re basically the same thing). I don’t think the free shipping applies to Canada though. Even with shipping/duties they were a better deal than what I would find elsewhere. Pretty sure One Kings Lane doesn’t ship to Canada (neither does Lulu & Georgia which is a bummer). One place that does, which I love is West Elm.. CB2 is nice as well and ships here, but I think their shipping is more expensive. 

interchangeable:  There’s duties on everything I believe. When you add it to your cart and put your canadian info it should give you a shipping/duties price I’m pretty sure.

Post # 9
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I bought a comforter set from them and it was awful! It was super cheap-looking, and the matching pillow caseliterally fell apart after one wash. They were great about giving me a full refund though, so I will give them props for that.

For bedding, i’ve bought a few things for our guest room and bath (towels, sheets etc) from the home section of Beyond The Rack, and was really happy with them. Plus, they’re Canadian, so no duty!

Post # 10
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Wannabee

it is terrible! My bed for $700 allegedly was delivered, when it actually wasn’t. They’re claiming that it could be stolen by the door but they couldn’t even leave it unattended by the door because I live in a building with security and concierge. So I’m trying to solve it somehow now! And they are not willing really to help!

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