At Home Cutting Prices in Several Key Categories

The move follows the home decor retailer's efforts to reduce cost from its supply chain.
Greg Sleter
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Home decor superstore At Home is permanently cutting prices on an array of items including furniture, rugs and decor. 

Following two years of dealing with more than $300 million in supply chain cost increases, the company said it has found ways to improve freight costs while maintaining its status as “the largest home and holiday décor superstore at the lowest prices.”

“Starting today, we have permanently lowered prices on thousands of items across our store and online,” said Lee Bird, At Home’s chairman and CEO. “These price drops are possible due to the relentless efforts of our teams to find cost savings throughout our supply chain.”

He noted the prior year’s “extraordinary cost increases” in its supply chain that led to price hikes, but the company was committed to dropping prices as soon as it could.

“As we see inflation continue to impact our customers from the gas pump to the grocery store, it is more important than ever we pass our savings to the customer,” said Chad Stauffer, At Home’s president and chief merchandising and product officer. “Passing on these supply chain cost savings will provide customers more purchasing power for the home items they desire.”

To celebrate, At Home is giving away $25,000 in At Home gift cards to lucky Insider Perks members who shop between March 22 and April 4.