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Final cut georgia

Final cut georgia

Final cut georgia

I’m contacting you about some final cut Georgia. I recently had them done on my property. Given the affordable pricing and amazing quality these guys provide, I wanted to make sure I passed the good word along to you. No need to go anywhere else folks because these guys get the job done right.

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While this is a bit of a haul for most Atlantans, it's well worth the drive. Final Cut is the final resting place/closeout warehouse for Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and that whole family of brands. If you need furniture, clothing, accessories... basically anything that didn't sell in the stores before they rotated it out or anything that was returned or damaged or just open-box ends up here. The prices are ridiculous! I bought a $1500 coffee table that was "damaged" because it had a few scratches/chips that never bothered me for $175. The inventory changes very quickly, so don't count on finding something specific, but if you are just shopping around for a new apartment or looking for some new clothes, you should check it out. Bring a truck if you're looking at furniture because they don't usually hold items!

In short: Final Cut is basically a giant store filled with unsold items from a variety stores– I think mostly Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and Free People. I’m pretty sure I saw a few other brands there too… but I could be wrong. So why do items end up in this store? Well, mostly because they were damaged or left in someway that made them unable to sell in store/online. So a couch that might cost you in 2000$ online, might be found here for 800$ with maybe a stain, missing leg, or a missing cushion, etc. (Source: ohdeardreablog.com)

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In short: Final Cut is basically a giant store filled with unsold items from a variety stores– I think mostly Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and Free People. I’m pretty sure I saw a few other brands there too… but I could be wrong. So why do items end up in this store? Well, mostly because they were damaged or left in someway that made them unable to sell in store/online. So a couch that might cost you in 2000$ online, might be found here for 800$ with maybe a stain, missing leg, or a missing cushion, etc.

Last month my mom and I took the trek out to Augusta, GA for the Final Cut outlet, a hidden gem full of scratch-and-dent deals from the URBN family of brands (Urban Outfitters, Free People, Anthropologie). If you haven’t heard of Final Cut don’t be surprised – they only have two locations and no website, just Instagram and Facebook pages highlighting their inventory. They operate in big warehouse spaces and are mostly dedicated to Anthropologie home pieces that have been slightly broken, damaged, or returned, although you’ll also find tables full of sample clothing from Anthro and Free People. You can also find a few pieces from the Urban Outfitters furniture collection, although the selection is predominately Anthropologie furniture. See inside the warehouse and the pieces I brought home below! (Source: thouswell.com)

 

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