If you’re in the market for pretty anything for your home — or certain other items — today is likely a smart time to buy it.
Presidents Day sales abound, with the discounts concentrated on products for the home. Just take the below highlights for example.
Plus, you stand to earn extra cash back on just about anything you buy this holiday weekend, especially when shopping online. For example, Rakuten, the cash-back portal formerly known as Ebates, is offering triple cash back on purchases from some 40 retailers today.
2. Bed Bath & Beyond
You’ll find savings of up to 50% at this home goods retailer today. That goes for everything from bath products to weighted blankets, and it includes up to $150 off select Dyson products and up to $120 off select KitchenAid products.
Additionally, sheet sets are up to 75% off.
3. Home Depot
Select bathroom products — including vanities, mirrors and faucets — are up to 40% off during what the retailer calls its “Biggest Bath Event of the Year.”
Current deals include up to $300 off Surface laptops and up to $600 off other PCs.
5. Pier 1 Imports
You can also save about $60 to $80 on a papasan chair set — which includes the base, bowl and cushion.
This online home goods retailer is offering savings of up to 70% during its Presidents Day Blowout. You’ll find the biggest discounts on:
7. Your favorite warehouse club
Costco is offering Presidents Day savings on appliances, mattresses, and Apple iPads and MacBooks.
Meanwhile, Sam’s Club is offering Presidents Day savings on various types of big-ticket home items, including appliances, mattresses and furniture. If you aren’t already a member, also check out “This Sam’s Club Deal Makes a Membership Practically Free.”
Lastly, the BJ’s Presidents Day Event covers furniture, kitchen and cleaning appliances, jewelry, TVs and electronics and more.
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