6 Presidents Day Sales You Should Know About

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Seemingly everything — from clothes to electronics to home goods — can be found at deep discounts this holiday weekend if you know where to look.

To get you started, we’ve rounded up noteworthy Presidents Day sales:

Best Buy

Check out this four-day sale if you’re in the market for tech like HDTVs or TV accessories, or desktop or laptop computers, or computer accessories. Highlights include $250 off an Apple MacBook Air laptop.


This sale also offers a lot of deals on desktop and laptop computers and electronics — as much as $400 off. Note that Dell is one of a few retailers that always offer free shipping with no purchase minimum.


This cash-back portal is offering double cash back — as high as 12 percent — when you use it to shop at some 30 retailers through Monday. For example, those retailers include Dell and JCPenney, which are offering 10 and 12 percent cash back, respectively.


Seemingly everything — from major appliances at up to 30 percent off to home goods at up to 60 percent off — is on sale at JCP through Monday. Just note it’s an online-only sale. On top of the sale prices, you will also save an additional 10 to 30 percent on your purchase.

Old Navy

Everything is up to 50 percent off. If you shop online, note that Old Navy is one of a few retailers that allow you to stack coupon codes.


This online exchange for unwanted gift cards is offering an additional 3 to 5 percent off the face value of already-discounted gift cards for select retailers and restaurants. Just note this sale ends Sunday at 11:59 p.m. CST.

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