Gallery Furniture Does An Astros Promotion; Win 63 Games Get Your Furniture Free

Remember when Gallery Furniture ran a Super Bowl promotion this year? Yea, they received big time publicity even though they refunded around $8,200,000 worth of furniture between the two promotions in the playoffs. Mattress Mack is back at it again, this time with a baseball promotion.

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From the website:

Get in the game with our Baseball Promo #1 – limited to the first 500 customers who purchase $6,300.00 or more from Gallery Furniture and have it delivered within one week. If the Houston Astros™ baseball team win 63 or more games in the regular season, 100% of the furniture purchase price will be refunded to ALL 500 participating customers!

Yep! It’s that simple again!

The Astros won 51 games last season and have no doubt gotten better than last year. They’ve added Dexter Fowler and Scott Feldman, their bullpen has improved with the additions of Jesse Crain, Matt Albers, and Chad Qualls, and their young starters are expected to improve. Not to mention the fact that we’re likely to see George Springer join the team sometime early this season. That should be good enough for a 12-win improvement.

This promotion seems like an easy way to get great furniture for free. 63 wins is certainly a bet I’d be willing to take. The Astros should be able to get to 63 wins by some time in September and you could be walking away with free furniture.

Hurry! It’s only good for the first 500 customers. I think they are going to get 63 but do you? Are you willing to bet on the Astros winning more than 63 games? Let us know if you plan or have participated in this promotion or any of the past promotions. We’d like to hear your thoughts on the matter in the comments below!

Hopefully this isn’t one of those April Fools jokes.

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