The fall weather is slowly approaching, and Aerie wants to make sure you’re warm enough. Right now, they’re marking down all their sweaters 40% off, bringing them down to under $33 for every style (save for the vest).
Get your training footwear for less during Reebok’s flash sale. Use the code TRAINHARD and grab select Reebok RealFlex and TrainFlex Shoes for just $35, plus free shipping.
Sperry is ready to outfit your feet in fall styles with a couple deals for you to choose from. First, use the code SAILOUT and take an extra 30% off sale styles. That includes the boat shoes we all know and sometimes love, sandals, and even some coats and sweaters for the upcoming fall weather.
Anthropologie will always be a good destination to start looking for something unique. With an extra 25% off sale styles, no code needed, that uniqueness is that much more affordable. Just add your new stuff to the cart and you’ll see the discount when you checkout.
While the summer temps are still lingering, Columbia is here to help you prep for the cool down. Take up to 25% off a ton of outwear, shirts, pants, shoes, and more during the last days of their Labor Day Sale. If you plan on hiking, camping, or just generally being outside for the start of fall, this sale can help outfit you for a whole lot less.
Nordstrom Rack is taking up to 70% off a ridiculous amount of things from Topshop, including stuff from their Unique line. My recommendation is to check out the dresses and jackets, as my experience has proven that those are the most reliable items.
Post-Labor Day sale are hard to come by, but Nordstrom’s Summer Sale actually goes all the way into the weekend. Pick up up to 40% off tons of styles, including a good amount of fall staples like button downs, sweaters, boots, and more. It’ll help you cope with the fact that summer is basically over.
Looking to revamp your place without spending a fortune (or hitting up Ikea)? Urban Outfitters has a pretty spot-on collection of furniture and they’re marking it all down by up to 40%. Beds, couches, chairs, coffee tables, and more are all included.
You spend 1/3 of your life in contact with a pillow, so it had better be a good one. Amazon is running a one-day sale on pillows for any kind of sleeper (even car sleepers). Try out a memory foam or gel latex one, or grab a classic, down alternative pillow. The world is your plush, pillowy oyster. Though, you can’t hit the snooze button on these deals, they’ll be gone at the end of the day.
You ever have one of those weeks that you wish you could have chocolate and cookies just...appear? Well, Amazon has you covered with their Prime Surprise Sweets Dash Button, now marked down to just $2, with the $5 credit included, with the code 2SWEET. Order surprise boxes full of chocolate, brownies, cookies, and sweet snacks at the literal touch of a button.
Each box costs $18 (but doesn’t fluctuate like the other Dash Button deals usually do) and you still get the $5 credit as you would with any other Dash Button. And the boxes are really full of pretty spectacular choices. Seriously, just take a look at the example boxes.
If the main problem you had with other snack subscription boxes was not finishing them before you got the next one, having an on-demand box in the form of a Dash Button may be the best solution yet.
Not only does this 6-quart Crock-Pot come with a digital timer to program cooking times, it also ships with an adorable 16 ounce heated dipper to serve dips and sauces at the table. $28 would be a great price for the Crock-Pot on its own, so be sure to dip into this deal now.
Vacuuming is simultaneously the worst chore, and the chore most easily pawned off to a robot. How convenient!
While it lacks the brand recognition of a Roomba, and we can’t personally vouch for them like we can for the Eufy RoboVac 11, this ECOVACS vacuum has solid reviews, and are insanely affordable today at $135 with promo code 3HVO96O6. That’s a match for a Gold Box deal from July, and one of the best prices we’ve seen on any robotic vacuum.
Philips’ entry-level Sonicare Essence electric toothbrush has long been a reader favorite, and now Amazon’s running the best deal we’ve seen on the sequel, the Essence+.
The big improvement here is the brush head: Rather than the screw-on E-series heads (which have a tendency to collect sludge along the seam), the Essence+ uses standard Sonicare snap-on heads. The upshot is that you get a lot more choices: Philips sells seven different options for different budgets and brushing styles.
For a limited time, Amazon’s taking $10 off the brush’s standard $40 price tag. Just be sure to clip the coupon, and note that you won’t see the final price until checkout.
Raise a glass to this kitchen gadget that essentially pays for itself in one use. The $7 Vacu Vin Wine Saver sucks all the air out of your unfinished wine and keeps it fresh for up to a week. As a person who would normally re-use the original wine cork to seal off leftover wine, this works about 9,000 times better and saves me from the instant regret of drinking wine/vinegar hybrid.
Giant plugs that cover up half the outlets on your power strip should be outlawed, but until that day arrives, these short extension cords will have to do. $14 gets you a pack of 10, which should be enough for even the most advanced home theater setups.
This model is compatible with the Galaxy Note 5, plus the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S7, and S7 Edge. Just clip your phone into place, and enjoy 3D photos, hundreds of games, a virtual cinema, and more from the Oculus VR store. It’s a shame it won’t work with newer Samsung phones, but if you still own a compatible headset, $20 is a fantastic price.