Better Homes & Gardens Triple Bunk Bed Just $295 Shipped on Walmart.com (Regularly $500)
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Walmart has a great buy on a bunk bed!
Skip on over to Walmart.com where they are offering this Better Homes & Gardens Anniston Triple Bunk Bed for just $295 shipped (regularly $499.99)!
This metal bunk bed is a great way to save space and allows you to fit all the kiddos into one room! It includes two built-in ladders as well as guard rails for safety and support. Each bed fits a twin-size mattress and the metal mattress slats provide support to the mattress so no box springs are required.
Plus, it can be set up as a triple bunk bed, a low bunk bed with a detached single bed, or as three single beds!
Thinking it over? Check out this helpful review…
This bed completely exceeded my expectations! Very sturdy well built bunk beds. I am so impressed!!!! Rather than buying a toddler bed for my 1-year-old, he will be sleeping on the bottom bunk and fits perfectly in their small bedroom. I was overwhelmed when I saw how many pieces and screws there were but the instructions were so easy to understand. I have bought several Better Homes and Gardens items and absolutely love this brand over any furniture store. Great price point and quality products!
This. Is. Awesome.
Oh yeah! I’ve never seen this for homes before!
It’s junk, don’t waste your time or money with it. We purchased two sets when quarantine started last year so we could set them up at our beach house fir our college student and her roommates who had no where to go when the dorms closed or the airports were shut down. They are all very well behaved girls and the beds broken within months. The first set we had set up as a bunk and single, that’s one lasted three month. The one we had set as a triple was falling apart in less then two. It was all wobbly, peeling and making noises. It just wasn’t save for the girls. They were all fit, not overweight lacrosse and tennis players. Their ages ranged between 19 and 20.