Purchasing Furniture and Appliances with Visa or Mastercard

by JD
(SCB)

CAN ANYONE RECOMMEND PLACES IN SANTA CRUZ THAT ACCEPT VISA OR MASTERCARD TO PURCHASE FURNITURE OR APPLIANCES, SUCH AS BEDROOM SETS, KITCHEN STOVES, REFRIG, TELEVISIONS?

Comments for Purchasing Furniture and Appliances with Visa or Mastercard

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Oct 18, 2011
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
in the zona sur
by: Anonymous

There's also a store called Dismac. They have several locations. On is on the corner of Plazuela Blacutt, kitty corner from the Fidalga grocery store or just call 104 (information) for their phone number.

Oct 14, 2011
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
bedroom and furniture stores
by: Anonymous bren

you can also go to Av. Bush and 3er anillo, in front of Sonilum or I.C. Market, there are lots of specialty stores that normally accept card payments.
You can find Maxi King for bedroom stuff, then there are furniture stores next door, you just have to take a look at them.

Oct 14, 2011
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
bedroom/dining room furniture
by: Anonymous

do any of these carry bedroom, dining room furniture or sofas??

Oct 14, 2011
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
try multicenter
by: Anonymous

One place would be Multicenter. You could even pay some of their expensive goods in 6 or 12 monthly payments depending on the bank that issued the card.

Oct 14, 2011
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
home appliance and furniture stores in santa cruz
by: Anonymous

On 24 de Septiembre there is a store called Salvatierra Imports. I think it's near the corner of Rafael Pe├▒a. There you can find refrigerators, stoves, etc.

On Santa Barbara street you'll find several all in a row (this is near 7 calles and all the taxis know it). There you'll find a store called Santa Barbara and across the street another called Sony Gagofer. Both have fridges, stoves, washers, TVs, and all kinds of household items (we call them "electrodom├ęsticos" in Spanish).

I believe all 3 stores above take credit cards.

For furniture stores that accept credit cards you'd need to go to the larger stores such as the Hiper Plaza, America Home Center, or Megacenter stores. Some of the smaller, more exclusive furniture stores might take cards. You'll find about five of them on Calle Saavedra near the CAINCO towers and on calle Moldes (the next street up) along a 5-6 block length between Tarija and Rene Moreno.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Santa Cruz Bolivia .