• I want to put a lovesac about 7-8’ across in my room. How much are they?

    Asked by BessLauney on Monday, September 24, 2012

    I want to put a lovesac about 7-8’ across in my room. How much are they?

    I want to put a lovesac about 7-8’ across in my room. How much are they?

    10 Answers from the Community

    10 answers
    • PriscilaToni's Avatar
      PriscilaToni

      If you try to visit their website to check the lovesac sizeguide or make call to their customer support you’ll discover that what you are asking is the biggest they have. Official or say original lovesacs are very, I mean very expensive and judging by the size of the lovsac that you mentioned that should cost you around $1000 - $1100. If you have problems with your budget, try getting other brand sacs they are available on wallmarts and they are way cheaper. But of you really want a lovesac brand, maybe you can find good deals online on sites where they sell surplus lovesac.
      http://lovethesac.com/lovesac-sizes

      over 4 years ago
    • teddyfuzz's Avatar
      teddyfuzz

      Texas has 4 lovesac locations. You can go to the lovesac website to find them. If you contact them directly, they can probably give you a good idea as to how much it would cost for what you're looking for.

      over 4 years ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      My lord, I thought this post was a typo, or a spam. I need to get out more often.

      over 4 years ago
    • ticklingcancer's Avatar
      ticklingcancer

      LOL....Me too drummerboy!! I must admit though, I'm officially intrigued!!!

      over 4 years ago
    • Molly72's Avatar
      Molly72

      What has this got to do with cancer?

      over 4 years ago
    • SunnyCloud's Avatar
      SunnyCloud

      Hee hee...I thought someone had posted on the wrong site & had to Google "lovesac" to find out what it is. I call them bean bag chairs. And these lovesac are way too expensive..have mercy! Why not just make one yourself?? Buy the fabric, the beans, and have someone sew it up for you if you dont know how to sew.

      over 4 years ago
    • SunnyCloud's Avatar
      SunnyCloud

      At Molly72..that was my 1st reaction. I guess BessLauney is looking for comfort. :)

      over 4 years ago
    • Carol-Charlie's Avatar
      Carol-Charlie

      And I thought I was just old.... but younger than me were confused. Looking this up myself... $1,000.00 for a bean bag chair. They weren't even comfortable when they went around the first time in the 70s.... Now that I'm rapidly approaching 70.... I know I couldn't get out of one especially with the neuropathy in my feet from Chemo... But I loved laughing and thinking about it. When it came to picturing myself..... I couldn't stop laughing... Told husband and we did digress. Thankis for posting this.... chuckle chuckle wink wink

      over 4 years ago
    • SunnyCloud's Avatar
      SunnyCloud

      Carol..you made me laugh out loud. I didnt think about how hard it would be for me to get out of one. Aaah haaa haa! I think those Papasan ratan chairs would be easier. They look like this:
      http://roundwickerchair2568.blogspot.com/2012/01/rattan-papasan-chair-with-fabric.html

      over 4 years ago
    • geekling's Avatar
      geekling

      I still think it is SPAM but send me the $8,100-$11,000 it will cost from the company and I'll hire someone to sew it more cheaply out of found plastic packing (everyone who has ever ordered anything bia the post or sold any thing on eBay has more than enough of this plastic popcorn), you can come pick it up or pay extra for shipping (as with the company) and I'll have a lovely year end holiday season or, at least, get my bills paid and you will have your sac. Hey, you could try an afternoon at Mickey D's ball chamber to get an idea. Good wishes to ya...

      over 4 years ago

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