84 Dyson Rd, Noarlunga Centre SA 5168, Australia

Furniture Wholesaler, Baby Store, Bedding Store, Bedroom Furniture Store, Cabinet Store, Carpet Store, Discount Store, Fabric Store, Flooring Store, Furniture Stores, Home Improvement Store, Lamp Store, Lighting Store, Mattress Store, Office Furniture Store, Outdoor Furniture Store, Rug Store, Rustic Furniture Store, Refrigerator Store, Used Office Furniture Store, Waterbed Store, Wicker Store

Furniture Store, Home Goods Store, Store

(08) 8326 8006


Open Hours

Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Haggle Huge Noarlunga

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melissa petersson
Waiting for month and half or more for layby that we paid of on x2 2 seater stella lounges and today we paid. Of layby and bed discontinued dident get told till today then tried to get different one not impressed
jason lowe
My fiance and I recently bought a new lounge suite and entertainment unit from the Haggle Huge store at Noarlunga. After only 42 days our new lounge has developed a tear in the fabric. Knowing that we have a 12 month warranty on both the fabric and the stitching we notified the store and submitted photos as proof. We were notified later that day that Haggle Huge have deemed it not to be a manufacturing fault as the tear was not near the stitching and that we could have the lounge fixed at our own cost. When we explained that the lounge has a 12 month warranty on the fabric, the unhelpful staff at Noarlunga just repeated that the tear was not caused by the stitching. When you spend $1600 on a lounge with warranty you expect it to last longer then 42 days and if it doesn't you would expect the store to honor the warranty. As a result we will have lodged a formal complaint to Consumer Affairs. Regards a very disappointed customer.
Hannah Taylor
Went in to buy a rug, no one greated me when I walked in, I had a little browse at the rugs and was interested in one so asked the person at the counter they said they are all a certain price fairly bluntly I had to ask a few times for them to actually get up and check the price for me and it was different to what I was told originally, I walked out and went up the road and purchased a rug from a place and the person was very friendly and helpful I think the staff need to work on there customer service skills.
Carolyn Wong
Good service. Good range
Angela Ryks
Freindly service. Good place to browse.

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