April 24, 2012 by Rachel Cericola
If you’re still staring at an HDTV that’s stacked on top of a cabinet or (yikes) sitting on the floor, it may be time to mount it. Mounting an HDTV can not only save a little floor space, but it can also keep the TV out of harm’s way.
Now is a good time to think about that mount, since StandsandMounts.com is having a sale. The website just kicked off its summer sale, and before we complain about the calendar conflicts, know that there are some good bargains to be had.
The company has slashed prices on those mounts, as well as TV stands, DVD cabinets, CD racks, bookcases and more. According to the company, everything is now below MSRP pricing, which means you may be able to save up to 40 percent. For a limited time, the company is also offering free shipping on all purchases.
“We’re extremely proud of our high-quality home theater products,” says StandsandMounts.com owner Carol Moretto. “If we can offer a customer discounts on a TV wall mount, we’re happy to do it. It shows customers that we’re thankful for their patronage.”
Just know that some of the deals do require a discount code that you’ll need to fill in during checkout. All codes are available on the company’s website. The company says they will also match competitor pricing and only charges sales tax in one state (sorry North Carolina).
If you have problems finding codes or need help picking out the right products, StandsandMounts.com representatives are available at 800-807-1477.
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