Sellers often ask us where they can find and purchase open house signs. Whether you’re looking for small signs to put up at the neighborhood entrance, or you want a larger one to put in your yard, there are many options available.
There are a number of places you can buy open house signs online. Amazon, in particular, has many open house signs at varying prices. Some are even Prime shipping eligible, so if you’re signed up as a Prime customer, you can get them delivered for free in just two days. Check out this link to see what’s available. If you’re a bargain hunter, you can also check eBay for new and used options or craigslist for locals looking to unload their previously used signage at a discount.
Home Improvement Stores:
Stores like Home Depot and Lowes sometimes have a decent selection of open house signs. They may be a little more expensive than what you can find online, but it can be worth it if you need the sign that same day. Home Depot lets you check your local store’s stock online, and Lowes allows you to order items to be delivered to the store for free. Click here to see what’s in stock at Home Depot or here to see what’s available at Lowes.
Big Box Stores:
Stores like Target and Walmart sometimes carry open house signs. Though their selection is usually smaller and the inventory can be a little hit or miss, it’s worth checking if you’ve got a location close to your home. When you visit the store, head to the home improvement section near the address numbers.
Balloons Work Too:
In a pinch, you can also purchase several helium balloons and put them outside your house to indicate an open house, either in lieu of or in addition to a sign. You can find helium ballons at almost any grocery store with a floral department and party supply stores, and can walk out with them in just a few minutes. If you live near a dollar store, you can call to check there for a more affordable option!
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