Scratch and Dent Appliances – St. Louis, Missouri


When looking for discount scratch and dent appliances in the greater St. Louis area, you will need to head northwest of the city into St. Louis County where a number of stores straddle interstate 70. St. Louis is home to nine Fortune 500 companies including the infamous Monsanto, and many smaller companies including the much more popular Anheuser-Busch.

The city’s most prominent sports teams have close connections to its most prominent companies: the St Louis Cardinals play in the new 46,861-seat Busch Stadium, adjacent to the Convention Center, and in the shadow of the iconic arch, while the St. Louis Rams play in the even bigger Edward Jones Dome, and the St Louis Blues take to the ice in the Scottrade Center. The nearly 3,000,000 residents of the greater St. Louis area all need appliances, and the following stores offer scratch and dent appliances to make these purchases more affordable.

Find store locations of scratch and dent appliances in St. Louis, Missouri


The name Affordable Kitchens and Bath is a good clue that this store, located at 4600 South St Peters Parkway (old highway 94) in St Peters, includes many bargains in its inventory. They boast that quality products and customer satisfaction are their highest concern. Scratch and dent appliances are fully functional, and the blemishes which result in them being sold at deep discounts can often be disguised by clever installation. Find out more about the services that Affordable Kitchens and Bath offers at affordablekitchensandbaths.com, or call (636) 441-1550. The store is open Monday to Friday 9am -6pm and on Saturdays from 9am until 4pm.

Frosty’s Appliance Inc. prides itself on being an exceptional dealer providing the highest quality used and scratch & dent appliances in the greater St. Louis area. Their three locationsoffer hundreds of immediately available appliances with great warranties and great prices. Homeowners, landlords and general contractors can take advantage of the great selection, and delivery and installation service. The stock is large enough to supply even the largest projects with multiple units. The store at 7024 U.S. 61, Barnhart, (telephone 636-487-0522) is located south of the city, but the other two are in the northwest quadrant. The stores at 11453 Saint Charles Rock Road, Bridgeton and 2231 North 3rd, St Charles are both located close to I 70. Store hours are Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 7 pm and Sundays from 9 am to 5 pm.

Many big box stores will sell scratch and dent appliances at discounted prices when they get them, but Sears Outlets always have some in stock. True to the trend, there are two Sears Outlets just north of I 70 at 639 Gravois Bluffs Boulevard, Fenton (telephone 636-326-7862) and 5555 Saint Louis Mills Blvd, Hazelwood (telephone 314- 227-5887). Store hours are Monday to Saturday 9 am to 9 pm, and Sundays 10 am until 7 pm.

An independent appliance outlet featuring scratch and dent appliances are to be found in Valley Park at 216 Meramee Station Road. This is the St Louis (or STL) Appliance Outlet known for discount stoves, refrigerators, washers and dryers. Their used, discontinued and scratch and dent name-brand appliances start at as little as $100. They’re not kidding when they say to call (314) 667-5200 for the best deals in St. Louis.

Keeven Appliance is open for 67 hours a week: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm weekdays and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturdays. They have two locations: 3350 Parker Road, Florissant and 1769 Old Highway 94 S, St, Charles. More information is available at keevenappliance.com.

Appliance Discounters are located centrally at 4425 Hunt Ave, Saint Louis, but otherwise the good people of St Louis need to drive to save.



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