The best sofa deals for February 2019

Need a new sofa? Find the very best sofa deals here to save yourself lots of money on this big-ticket purchase

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Looking for the best sofa deal? This big ticket purchase is the perfect sale buy because you can get the sofa you want at a price you can afford. To be sure you get a great sofa deal, buying here is your best option because we update this page regularly with the latest bargains.  

We've got all of the best sofas at the best prices this February. Forget trawling through the internet to find deals, just come to us for the best sofas, including leather sofas to velvet sofas and even recliners.

For more on sofas, from buyer's guides to the latest deals, check out our dedicated sofas page. Interested in more deals info? Head over to our deals page.

The best sofa deals right now

By price: Low to high

Bella Occasional Sofa | Was £229.99 now £199.99 at The Range | Save £30

This made-esque velvet sofa is one of our best finds this month. It's under £200, seats two people and will definitely add a touch of elegance to any room. View Deal

Hampton Fabric Chesterfield Style Sofas | From £339

This comfortable foam and fibre filled sofa is made from linen fabric and has a modern button detailing, it's available in dark grey or light grey and has removable wooden legs.View Deal

Hugo Formal Back Sofa Collection | £549.98 at Groupon

Available in a range of different styles, this sofa collection has a seasoned timber frame and foam and fibre chunky cushions. It's also available in beige, grey or silver.View Deal

Wayfair Desiree Corner Sofa | Was £810 now £564.99 | Save £245.01

Inspired by classic British design, Three Posts provides traditional furniture and accessories that will become part of the family. Timeless, sturdy and versatile, their distinguished designs never compromise on comfort.View Deal

Alex 2 Seater Classic Back Fabric Sofa | Was £699 now £599 at Furniture Village | Save £100

Looking for a compact sofa for a small living room or a guest room? This one from Furniture Village ticks all the boxes.View Deal

Copenhagen Corner Sofa with Pouf and Optional Table Top | From £629

Add a touch of style to your living room with this corner sofa. Its legs are made from oak wood and it has an upholstered back so that you can place it anywhere in your living room. View Deal

Connection 3 Seater Classic Back Fabric Chaise Sofa | Was £1335 now £995 at Furniture Village | Save £340

Completely customisable, this 3-seater chaise sofa comes in a range of different colours, and it can be left or right hand facing, depending on the layout of your living room. It has retro curved arms, wooden legs and there's other pieces to match.View Deal

The best sofa retailer deals right now

Habitat sale | Up to 30% off selected soafs and armchairs

Need a new sofa? Grab one quick, as Habitat's winter sale has started and there's some pretty good bargains to be had. There's also everything from bedroom furniture to dining room furniture, bedding and even cookware.View Deal

Furniture Village | Sofa sale from £399

With over 600 designs to choose from, shop at Furniture Village for a bargain this Feburary.View Deal

Littlewoods | Up to 50% off selected home and furniture

Head over to Littlewoods to find some great deals on sofas, beds, wardrobes and much more.View Deal

Very |20% off home and furniture when you spend £150

Bag a bargain bed, sofa or new set of pans in Very's home sale with up to 20% off selected homewares and furniture. Use the code DEAL20 at checkout to claim.View Deal

The Range sofa and armchair deals

Shop with The Range for a cracking sofa deal this month.View Deal

Heal's | Up to 40% off sofas

Heal's are currently offering customers savings on their dreamy sofa collections, including Materaand Eton.View Deal


Can't find one you like above? No worries. We've got loads more cheap sofa deals below.

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Is my new sofa the right one?

Choosing a new sofa? We know that when you find a good deal, it can be easy to quickly purchase without thinking. Before whipping your card out, be sure to check you've got the size right. Whether you want a corner, a recliner, a sofa bed or an armchair, check how different sofas will fit in your living room layout  by using masking tape or newspapers to create cutouts on the floor. 

Always allow for the footprint of the sofa and note the space needed from the slight lean of the back of the chair. If you're choosing a recliner or sofa bed, allow for extra room.

Looking for design ideas for small living rooms? Pushing furniture right back against the wall is only going to make a room feel smaller, even if it does mean you gain some floor space. It's best to go for a low, contemporary design with narrow arms. Sofas and chairs sat up on show-legs can also make a room feel bigger, as the floor can be seen beneath. 

Finally, always check that the sofa can fit through your front/back door. There's nothing worse than ordering the sofa of your dreams, to find that it won't fit into your house. 

For those with an open-plan modern living room, corner sofas are a good choice as they offer flexible seating for larger areas, and tend to seat more people on a smaller footprint. Mid-century style sofas with exposed legs also look great in modern homes, and they suit traditional living rooms, too. 

High-backed or low-backed, you ask? It all depends on how you like to lounge. We strongly suggest trying before buying – but on a looks-only judgement, high-backed sofas and armchairs tend to look more formal and traditional, while low-backed ones more contemporary and laid-back.

Is the sofa construction right for you?

There are a few different types of materials used in sofas fillings, so choose depending on your priorities. Foam is firm and will retain its shape, while fibre is softer, but still hardwearing. A more expensive filling is feather, which is softer still, but you'll need to keep plumping the cushions. Be aware that it can trigger allergies, so you might prefer a hypoallergenic synthetic fibre, such as a mono-polymer filling. 

If you choose a synthetic material, expect to pay more for a sofa that will last well without losing its shape. A combination of fillings are often used, such as seat cushions in a high-density foam with a fibre wrap, creating comfort and durability. Occasional turning is all the maintenance required.

If you're going to be using your sofa daily, be sure to find out what the frame is made from. Load-bearing parts should be made from a hardwood, such as oak, beech or ash. Softwoods like pine are more affordable, but do not have the longevity or resistance to warping of pricier hardwoods. Also, look for legs that are part of the frame, or screwed on/attached with dowels.