Note: Tarte recently exposed the personal information of nearly 2,000,000 customers. One would hope they’ve improved their security since, but just so you’re aware.
Tarte Cosmetics is really going for it during their birthday celebration. Right now, grab 17% off practically everything they sell, plus free shipping, with the code HAPPY17. Basically anything you want from Tarte is included in this sale, so stock up now.
Sephora isn’t known for their discounts and deals like other retailers, but they’re trying something new this year with their Weekly Wow deals. Every Thursday, Sephora will drop a bunch of deals and offers for one week only. This week features:
- Clinique Great Skin, Great Deal Set for Dry Combination Skin
- Sephora + PANTONE UNIVERSE Correct + Conceal Palette
- Cover FX The Perfect Light Highlighting Palette
- Smashbox Create & Transform Master Class Palette
- Tarte Cosmetics Tarteist PRO Glow Highlight & Contour Palette
ASOS is known for their massive sales, and this up to 60% off shoe sale is no different. There are over 350 pairs to choose from, with most coming in under $50. Everything from over-the-knee boots to loafers is included in the sale, so if you’re in need of some new kicks, this is where you should start.
Sorel is one of your favorite winter boot brands, and the Tofino was the one to beat. And if you were in dire need of a new pair for the impeding season, their sale is here for you. Grab some better-looking boots, for both men and women, at up to 60% off, when you use the code SOROCT60 at checkout.
AllSaints specializes in all things leather, and all that leather is on sale at Nordstrom Rack. Grab wallets, pouches, and, of course, leather hand bags for a lot less than you’d pay elsewhere. If you need something to throw all your shit into now that it’s getting a little colder out, this is the sale for you.
Gone are the days where you started sweating just getting dressed in the moring (hopefully). It’s time to prepare for the temperature to drop. Columbia is giving you up to 70% off select styles when you use the code COLOCT70 at check out. Pick up layering pieces, t-shirts, and outerwear that’s perfect for the fluctuating temperatures, for a lot less than normal.
Even though dresses may not be wearable in the coming months, you can always throw on tights, or save them for next season. So stock up while there’s a sale. ModCloth is having a BOGO 50% off sale on all their dresses, plus free shipping, no code needed. Just drop your new duds into your cart and watch the number drop.
Update: H&M just added a bunch of new styles to their massive, up to 80% off sale. Just head over to their site and sort by “New In” to see the newest drops.
For me, the most common answer to “Where did you get that?” is H&M. The stores are mad houses and the clearance sections are disorganized, but digging through them is so worth it. Right now, they’re having one of their massive sales, with up to 80% off hundreds of things, and I’ll be there’s something in there that you’ll want.
And if you weren’t aware, their Home section is pretty spot on.
Stock up on basic and staple pieces during Nordstrom Rack’s J.Crew sale. Sweaters, long-sleeve tees, pants, denim, and more are discounted to as low as $13. Even grab some bathing suits off-season so you’re ready for next summer, or your next vacation.
Get your exercise on with 15% off sitewide from New Balance. Use the code FALL and grab the discount on basically everything, from shoes and workout gear, to apparel and accessories.
It’s been a couple months since we’ve seen extra discounts from Madewell, and it’s come at a perfect time to spend all the money you should be saving for holiday gifts. Use the code GOODLOOKS and get an extra 30% off every sale item they have, which is over 430 choices. Boots, sweaters, scarves, and some off-season styles are all in there for the taking.
Levi’s is a classic American denim brand, and they make your favorite pair of men’s jeans (no surprise there). Right now, they’re having a Buy one, get one 50% off sale, so you can grab from denim to outerwear and beyond, with the code BOGO50. With prices like these, a Canadian tuxedo may even start to look appealing.
The Clymb has everything you could need to get outdoors and do it properly, for a whole lot less than you’d think you’d need to pay. Right now, take your pick of apparel, gear, hiking accessories, and more, and grab 15% off when you use the code GOKINJA. With brands like Prana, Burton, Merrel, New Balance, Klymit, and more, there’s something for every outdoorsman.
The Clymb works as a flash sale site, where you sign up for access to thousands of products for up to 70% off what you’d normally pay. Just enter the promo code when you check out and you’ll get an additional 15% off.
The Nest Learning Thermostat usually costs $250, or maybe $200 if you find a good sale, but today at Home Depot, you can pick up a refurb of the previous generation model for only $139. The only real difference between this and the current edition is that it has a smaller screen, and it’s not like you’re watching movies on the thing.
We’ve posted a couple of deals on classic monster DVDs lately, but this one’s a Blu-ray, and it’s cheaper than ever.
This 8-disc collection includes all the classics like original Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Phantom of the Opera, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and a bunch more for just $36.
This set normally sells for at least $60, so grab your copy before it grabs you.
Most of us will soon be enduring the season of perpetual darkness, in which the sun is already setting by the time we leave the office. So really, there’s never been a better time to install some affordable solar motion lights around the outside of your home. You can stick them anywhere that gets a sliver of sun during the day, and they don’t require any wiring.
Fidget spinners and fidget boxes are old news. The infinity cube is the new gadget to keep your hands busy. It’s sort of like a Rubik’s cube that collapses into a flat rectangle and can be folded in an infinite number of combinations. Like its predecessors, it’s small enough to fidget away in one hand and continue working with the other.
They seem to marketing themselves as the luxury fidget device, for the upper class with ADHD, anxiety, or anyone looking for stress relief. But at $15 with code 79K78PZ5, it’s an affordable luxury.
I was in the camp of people who felt like aromatherapy diffusers were glorified Glade plug-ins. And they are to some extent, but the fact you can use natural essential oils to create the scent, rather than whatever Glade uses, is a real game changer. The peppermint and eucalyptus scents can help with migraines and sinus headaches as well help humidify the air during drier winter months.
This diffuser is just $10 (with code 9HESUV4K), has 2 different aromatherapy settings, and doubles as an LED light with 5 colors options. Throw in this 9-pack of essential oils, just $13 with code BLISSOIL, and you’re all set.
Finally, someone made the Glow Bowl, but for everywhere else in your home. This motion-sensing light strip is billed as an under-bed night light, but you could just as easily attach it under your bathroom counter, along a railing, beneath your baby’s crib, or anywhere else you might need to venture in the middle of the night. For a limited time, you can get one for just $14 with code BEDLGT30, matching an all-time low.
Eero basically invented the mesh router market, and their new wireless system is a marked improvement from the already impressive original.
Amazon’s currently offering the Eero 3-pack (one base station and two beacons) for $300. That’s a big chunk of change, but it’s $100 less than MSRP, and easily an all-time low price. The Eero base station is basically a small but powerful Wi-Fi router, while the beacons plug straight into the wall and work with the router to create a strong mesh Wi-Fi signal throughout your entire house. They also double as night lights, if you weren’t already sold on them.
We see a lot of deals on home theater bias lights, but even by our standards, $9 is insanely cheap for an RGB model. Just stick it to the back of your TV, plug it into a USB port, and control it with the included remote.