Monday, August 24, 2009

Brylane Homes: FREE Sewing Machine ($29.95 value) with ANY Purchase!


Wow! Check out this HOT deal that Brylane homes is offering up! Currently you can get a FREE sewing Machine ($29.95 value) with ANY purchase! Yes, you heard me right... A FREE SEWING MACHINE!

Just Follow these instructions:
  • Go here and scroll through the clearance section!
  • Find an inexpensive item and add it to your cart.
  • I chose the cute 8 piece salad set priced at $5.99.
  • Start the checkout process and enter code BHWSEWING
  • The sewing machine will load after you enter the code and the price of it will be deducted!
  • My total came to a total of $10.98 ($4.99 was shipping)

**Don't forget to go through Mr. Rebates! You'll get 5% Cash Back + a $5 sign up bonus of you're a new member.

Have any of you ordered from Brylane Homes before? I have not, so I'd love to hear any feedback you may have on them!

(Thanks, MoneySavingMethods!)

18 comments:

Nicole said...

I just received my orders from the clearance section and the sewing machines. I love them. I ordered several separate items so I could use these as Christmas gifts. I ordered on 8/21 and got them today. You won't be disappointed at all.

The Parents said...

Wow! I'm so excited to see it when it comes!

Nicole said...

Also, to add to my comment. You can use coupon code BHRPKG20 to get 20% off of your highest priced item if you decide you don't want the sewing machine. So, later you can get a clearance item for an additional 20% off.

Em said...

I did too, but the site kept trying to sign me up for credit cards and something that would take $12 out of my credit card a month?? I clicked no but it seemed weird to me....

Teresa said...

I just ordered a cute quilt and the total with shipping was under $10 + the free sewing machine on top of that! Great!

Anonymous said...

I just ordered a blanket for $4.99 and paid shipping for $4.99. Got the machine for Free.. Great deal.

mjenningsdesigns said...

How large is the sewing machine? Is it really basic or pretty nice?

Anonymous said...

CHECK IT OUT ON AMAZON.COM. THEN YOU GET A FULL REVIEW ON THE MACHINE

mjenningsdesigns said...

Do you have a link?

Anonymous said...

Checked amazon reviews. Not too many posistive reviews about sewing machine.

Its battery operated..so be prepared to replace lots of batteries.

amy99s said...

I have ordered from them before and it took FOREVER for them to ship the items. I did get it and they were in good condition.

Honestly though, that sewing machine looks SUPER cheap and probably won't sew anything. I have been sewing for 30 years and have taught lessons for many years as well. People come to my classes with cheap machines like this and the thread gets caught/snuck every 5 minutes.

I don't think its worth getting unless you just wanted to give it as a kids gift or something LOL

amy99s said...

that should have said STUCK not SNUCK lol

mjenningsdesigns said...

Thanks! I don't want a battery operated machine...that helps a lot!

Erin said...

I went ahead and did a few orders for this. Like amy99s said, it does look really cheap/crummy! However, that would actually be okay with me, if it's as small and portable as it looks. I have two regular machines already (one being a very expensive, high-end embroidery/sewing machine and the other a fairly basic Singer), but it seems like these cheap things would be great for throwing in the car with me when I'm working on a project (which is quite frequently.)
So I figured one for my use, one for my husband's use, and one to give my sister since she doesn't have a sewing machine and would rarely use it anyway, but would be nice to have on-hand. Since I found four other clearance items I wanted to purchase, I did four separate orders. In total, the machines added only $12 extra, which I think is pretty good for 4 disposable machines, hahaha.

Also, their clearance price on the Wilton giant cupcake pan is awesome! I've been looking for a good price on that darn thing for a couple of months now.

But yes, I would definitely advise any and all to not buy this for a primary sewing machine! You're definitely way better off getting a basic Singer. I got the one I have from my old college (free!) where it had been in use for hours every day for at least a decade, and the thing STILL runs like a champ.

Anonymous said...

I just placed the order for washcloths priced 4.78 + 4.99 for shipping. The sewing machine was added to my cart for free! But after reading the reviews on this machine, I am not too excited about it. But hey, it's free... I am sure it's worth at least for the $10 that I just paid.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

I have ordered from Brylane Homes every time they have these free deals, and it is wonderful.

Once I do the trials, I get everything for free. I got two summer salad sets, and two sewing machines for $1.98. Yay!

I always do the rebate deals at the end, too, and those programs are great about redeeming the rebates. Always consider trial offers, they are well worth your time.

I will say, the free items are never anything top quality. BUT, they are free and meet the needs.

I picked up the sewing machines and am excited to use them just for the patches on my sons cub scout uniforms. I don't sew at all, and needed something just for these odd times like this!

It is only valued at $29.99, so it is not a machine you will want for all your sewing, but it will be perfect for a gift for a college student or someone going out on their own for the first time, and may need to sew or fix things here and there.

For $1.98, I couldn't go wrong.

mjenningsdesigns said...

It is a great deal for a free machine for sure...I do think it would be a perfect college student gift idea!

justusseven said...

So nice to see you crediting other bloggers for some of these deals =) Great job!