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Before I jump into information specific to Pottery Barn Outlet shopping, I suggest checking out one of my most popular posts on strategies for making the most of your outlet visit. There are over 30 tips and tricks that I have shared (as well as some Facebook group member and Instagram follower recommendations) on how to score the very best deals- like timing your visit on the day their inventory gets delivered and following your favorite outlets on social media to get real time inventory updates.
Pottery Barn Outlet Locations
Because outlets sometimes close permanently, and I am not always privy to that information right away, I intentionally leave off exact outlet location addresses. If you drove all the way over based on my information, I would feel terrible! For this reason, I recommend google searching the outlet name plus the city listed below to find the most accurate and up-to-date information.
- Arizona: Goodyear
- California: Alameda, Arvin/Tejon Ranch (closing at the end of Jan 2022- currently 80% off), Moreno Valley, West Covina
- Georgia: Dawsonville
- Illinois: Joliet
- Massachusetts: Northborough
- Michigan: Birch Run
- Missouri: Fenton
- New York: Riverhead
- Ohio: Jeffersonville
- South Carolina: Gaffney
- Tennessee: Memphis
- Texas: Arlington, San Marcos, Webster
- Virginia: Fredericksburg
Pottery Barn Outlet Pricing Structure
Pottery Barn Outlet and all of the sister companies (West Elm Outlet and Williams Sonoma Outlet) have adopted a weekly rotational model with their discounts. Essentially, their items come in tagged with the retail price and then each week, the percentage off certain categories will change. I generally see the weekly discounts ranging from 30% (the standard discount right now for furniture due to inventory shortages) up to 70% off (for out of season items like outdoor furniture or clearance items).
You will sometimes find items at the outlet that have a further markdown from retail price. This is usually due to damage or defect, though that may not always be the case. You could easily spot two of the same coffee tables- one that is perfect and one that is damaged- and they will be the same price. So, make sure you give your items a thorough examination, as purchases are final sale.
I have often found that Pottery Barn Outlets do various “Manager Specials,” often on overstock items that need to get cleared out. Be on the lookout for those because the savings is generally very high.
While the Pottery Barn Outlets typically do not have an in-house delivery company, they do often have some third party recommendations. Head straight for the register or keep an eye out for possible signs scattered throughout the store for additional information. Pictured below are the various companies that have been utilized by clients in the Bay Area in California. I have heard glowing reviews about ProMovers from various group members and followers.
Pottery Barn Outlet Features
Now that you know how to score the BEST deal at Pottery Barn Outlet, feel free to browse from various blog outlet feature updates and video below. Even if you aren’t local to the area being featured, I recommend checking them out anyway, as it will give you a good idea of the types of items you might see as well as typical damage (or lack thereof!). Don’t forget, even if you see paint or stain damage, don’t write it off immediately. These are often very simple fixes with one of their repair kits!
Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with or sponsored by any of the outlets featured and these are solely my own opinions based on my own experiences.