Fairprice retails in affordable furniture and appliances for your home. Now you can enjoy even more specials on your next purchase see the latest Fairprice catalogue for deals on selected items.
Fairprice specialises in providing all its customers with quality furniture and appliances suited to their home. Fairprice furniture is exclusively manufactured for the store and is supplied by local and international distributors; this is why customers can enjoy such fantastic low prices. Fairprice has a large furniture range that includes categories bedroom, lounge suites, wardrobes, TV units, wall units, kitchen units and dinning suites, so no matter which one you choose, you're sure to find a good fit. Fairprice branches are located throughout South Africa so finding a branch near you is as simple a quick search via the website's store locator. Customers are afforded the liberty to lay-bye their items and enjoy flexible time to pay it off within one year and for your convenience only a small deposit is required, even as little as R10. See the Fairprice catalogue for details about specials on selected items.
The origins of Fairprice
Fairprice has a long history in the furniture industry and have always been dedicated to bringing shoppers only the best in fairly priced deals on their products, this is also the reason why the name was inspired. The company can also afford to charge low prices because furniture is quality manufactured within their very own factories by local and international distributors and is exclusive to the Fairprice stores in South Africa. To date the company has grown in abundance boasting more than 90 stores mainly located in North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Free State, and Limpopo provinces, South Africa.
Get great furniture at affordable prices with Fairprice
Fairprice affords its shoppers exclusively manufactured furniture tailored to Fairprice stores and available through the company's international and local distributors, thus allowing customers the joys of a great shopping experience, beautiful furniture and most of all low prices. The company prides itself at giving customers the liberty to shop for high-quality items at affordable prices. What's more is that customers can choose to have items delivered to their doorstep. The Fairprice lay-bye option allows shoppers to buy what they need and pay it off over 12 months with a minimum of R10 deposit.
Giving back to the community as well as taking charge of corporate values is something Fairprice prides itself at. Employee's children are afforded the liberty to study through the company via the bursary program via ZANAF (South African National Zakaha Fund).