When the Fourth of July falls on a weekend, the celebrations are usually bigger and brighter. Expect crowds on the beaches, fireworks everywhere you turn and huge savings at major retailers.
Stores like Macy’s, Best Buy and Ashley Furniture all have Independence Day deals on some of the best things to buy in July — like outdoor furniture, electronics and apparel. These savings are sure to spark some interest.
Visit the individual retailer’s website for the full terms and conditions, or call a store near you to confirm the offer is still valid before you shop.
Also note that the cash-back portal Rakuten is offering triple cash back this weekend.
Get up to 30% off select items during the Stars & Stripes event at Ashley Furniture. Use promo code FIREWORK10 to get an additional 10% off your online order.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Save up to 50% online and in stores during Bed Bath & Beyond’s 4th of July Sale, which runs until July 5.
There’s also a clearance event going on now online, with savings of up to 80% off.
Get up to 60% off more than 800 shoe styles for men and women from Clarks, which is known for its comfort footwear. Use promo code JULY to save.
Note that Clarks offers free FedEx SmartPost shipping on all online orders.
There are hundreds of “Epic Deals” at Kohl’s this weekend, where you can save up to 70% on bedding, find apparel for less than $10 and save $60 on select small appliances.
Plus, for every $50 you spend through July 4, you get $10 in Kohl’s Cash.
Half-priced steaks are definitely worth firing up the grill. Shop Omaha Steaks’ summer sale to save.
The Overstock 4th of July Sale includes thousands of items on sale for up to 70% off, plus free shipping.
Reebok.com is offering 30% off across the site (some exclusions apply) when you use promo code JULY4 at checkout.
Now through July 6, save 30% on any new SimpliSafe home security system and get a free camera (a $99 value).
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