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So many stores and online retailers have Memorial Day weekend sales that sometimes it can be hard to tell the real deals from the negligible discounts.
The following retailers are among those with sales that we consider worth perusing.
You’ll find sales at:
3 home improvement retailers
For example, major appliances are up to 40 percent off at Home Depot and Lowe’s. So, check out those deals if you’re in the market for a new fridge or other big appliance. And note that both retailers’ major-appliance offers are good until June 6.
3 tech retailers
Various types of computers, electronics and other gadgets are on sale — for up to 60 percent off as of Thursday — at Dell as well as Office Depot and Office Max this weekend. As with the home improvement retailers’ sales, which sale is better depends on what you might be buying.
Laptops, desktop computers and TVs are some of the big-ticket items on sale at these retailers. So, before you buy such an item, be sure to first compare prices.
2 department stores
On top of its Memorial Day sale — which involves items in just about every department — Kohl’s is offering two great discounts. Both are good through Monday:
- Take $10 off a purchase of $25 or more in stores (use the savings pass) or online (use promo code SERVICE10).
- Get $5 in Kohl’s Cash coupons for every $25 you spend in stores and online.
So, basically, if you buy $35 worth of stuff from Kohl’s this holiday weekend, you will pay only $25 for it and walk away with a coupon good for $5 off a future purchase.
- Take an extra 10 to 20 percent off purchases from certain departments in stores and online (use code MEMDAY online).
- Get $10 in Star Money rewards for every $50 you put on a Macy’s credit card or for every $100 you pay for by any other method. You must be a member of Macy’s Star Rewards loyalty program to redeem this offer, but joining is free.
Would you add any other holiday weekend deals to this list? Let us know by commenting below or on our Facebook page.
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