What kinds of items does the Pottery Barn Outlet sell?


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The Pottery Barn Outlet sells Pottery Barn products that are outdated, defective, overstocked or an unpopular color or style. The Outlet sells the items at deeply discounted prices in comparison with traditional Pottery Barn locations, and the items are often not the same ones found in regular Pottery Barn stores. Some items are seasonal, such as holiday, outdoor, cold weather and novelty items, and many of the products have been discontinued by Pottery Barn.

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Pottery Barn Outlets sell the same types of products as traditional Pottery Barn locations, such as furniture, rugs, bedding, bath and lighting, as well as home decor, gifts and dining sets. The outlets have a constantly rotating stock and often carry older items no longer available in other stores.

Some popular items at Pottery Barn Outlets include bedding sets, place settings, picture frames and rugs. Many customers also shop the outlet locations to find items they currently or previously owned that are no longer available elsewhere. Many outlets are located in outlet centers around the country, where high-end retailers all have locations to sell off outdated or unpopular stock.

Outlet locations are also known for volume deals, selling items in larger quantities for further discounts. Items such as candles and accessories are popular items that Pottery Barn often sells with deals such as two for the price of one. Outlet locations can be found by using the store locator feature on the Pottery Barn website.

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