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What is the Best Cheap Couch Brand for Under $600?

By Jeff Frank


I am trying to buy a faux leather couch for $600 or less. 

It is mainly for looks, and additional seating twice a year. 

It appears that I will have to buy it online. 

Can you make a brand recommendation?  David 11-10-2022


At $600 (or less), any couch you buy will be poorly made.

If a $600 couch is used regularly, it will look worn out within 1 – 3 years.

It can look bad within only a few months if used by individuals who are larger than average.

If you are not going to use the couch, that doesn’t matter as much.

To find what you are looking for, simply Google, “Cheap faux leather couches.” 

Then click on the “Shopping” tab.

You will see faux leather couches available at prices starting below $300.

The brand name makes absolutely no difference.

You are buying generic furniture. There is no reason to pay extra for a “brand name.”

Make sure that whichever couch you choose includes Free shipping and delivery, otherwise those costs can exceed the price of the couch.

Do not purchase a warranty. They are virtually worthless for this type of furniture.

[Update – 1-16-2023 – Check out my article, IKEA Sofas – All the Experts are Wrong – You Get More Than You Pay For!]

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