68% Off Stork Craft Ravena 2-in-1 Crib now $80 @ Sears.ca (EXPIRED)


Thanks to our Facebook Mooser Melanie for letting us know about this fabulous deal! If you have a little one on the way and need a new crib, then here is a stellar deal for you. I paid almost $400 for my son's crib and I wish that this deal was around 3 years ago. Right now you can shop at Sears.ca and get the Stork Craft Ravena 2-in-1 Crib for just $79.99, which is 68% off the regular price of $249.99. Sears also offers free shipping on orders over $49.

The great thing about this Stork Craft Ravena 2-in-1 Crib is that it also transforms into a double bed. So even if your child already has a crib, this could still be a steal of a deal for you. I mean, for $79.99 you really can't go wrong. This is a stellar price on a crib, never mind one that serves two purposes.

So here is the Sears Canada coupon code to get an additional $10 off your purchase since it is over $50:

  • Coupon code: 941612528
  • Discount: $10 off $50
  • Expiry: Unknown

This Stork Craft crib comes in a lovely Espresso colour which seems to be the most popular colour choice nowadays. In crib form, there are even 3 different height positions available. So this crib can quite literally grow and transform with your child until they need something bigger than a double bed - and I know some pre-teens who still use a double sized bed. You can check out the reviews too, some even have photos of the assembled product. Here is one review from Sears.ca:

This product is well built, didn't take too long to put together. We have no problems with it.

The mattress is not included, but I would keep your eyes peeled for a sale on one of those as well. I ended up snagging mine for my little one for just over $50 at Toys R Us just over 3 years ago, so I hope you can find something similar to that. Who knows, maybe that is something we will post about here on Bargainmoose in the near future!

You can check out all the Sears Canada coupon codes in our Bargainmoose forum. There is even a code to get $20 off $100 instead if you spend just a bit more.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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