Ashley San Antonio, TX
Great style doesn't have to be expensive! Ashley cuts out the middle man by building, transporting, and selling its own great furniture. This allows us to bring stylish furniture, created by the #1 furniture company in the world, to the people of San Antonio, Texas at a price that other companies cannot compete with. Ashley has exclusive agreements with premium bedding companies like Tempur-Pedic, Sealy, and Stearns & Foster. We sell the best mattresses in the world, with incredible incentives and financing terms that ensures that the customer leaves with the best deal possible! You can find us at Live Oak Crossing, next to Living Stone Church. We look forward to being the furniture store that helps you fill your home with memories, and hope to see you soon!
I recommend that you do not BUY their WARRANTY. Why ? because they are 5 yrs long and they DO NOT NOTIFY you when it's over and you lose your store credit if YOU do not NOTIFY them. We lost out on 2 of our warranty but caught the third one. If you have small children I would recommend it but anybody else DON'T
Lydia has been fantastic! She uses a no pressure sales technique, which is the only kind I like!☺️ Her patience, follow-up & quick responsiveness were exactly what we needed -- thanks again, Lydia!
Elliot was a great sales person. I highly recommend him and this Ashley location.
I recently lauded Rachel for her excellent service and I stand by that rating. I relocated to San Antonio and purchased furniture for my empty apartment. I was promised the bed would be delivered to my address on Wednesday. Tuesday I get a call that the delivery may take as long as next week. I purchased my furniture in full, no financing in good faith that Ashley would honor their commitment to deliver my merchandise. I was told by a friend she placed a down payment of $2000.00 on furniture and requested reimbursement when Ashley failed to deliver the furniture as promised. The contract she signed said she would not get a refund so she lost $2000.00. My question is if you're holding my furniture and I'm not using it shouldn't I be able to charge the store? Once my furniture is delivered I will never shop their again. Again this is no reflection on Rachel as an individual salesperson but Ashley as a whole needs to review their customer service practices.