People in my area of the world get rid of their old furniture for free in these ways....
Set at the end of your driveway with a Free sign.
Put an ad in the paper for free furniture, it should only cost a few bucks.
Put an add on Craigslist for free. Just tell them where it is and whoever wants it will let you know and come to pick it up.
Drop the furniture off at a clothing center or thrift store that accepts donations.
Hope these suggestions help:)
I second what MissJamieD said about CraigsList. Just post it and usually it doesn't take too long for someone to respond.
You can also join your local freecycle it will be on yahoo, online.
If you are willing to give away your unwanted furniture there are many sites for selling online your unwanted furniture and that will benefit you.
Source : Albert Graham Limited
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