These Are All the Best Memorial Day Weekend Sales
A running list of fantastic discounts, many up to 50% off
Memorial Day only gets you one extra day of rest, but retailers are starting most of their sales now and continuing the majority of ’em through Tuesday.
So it’s really a five- or six-day period of fantastic discounts.
We’ll be updating these near-week long sales as we find ’em.
American Trench: It’s 20% off sitewide with the code HELLOSUMMER (through Monday).
Backcountry: Take up to 50% off through Monday, no code needed.
Brooks Brothers: Through Tuesday, it’s four dress or sport shirts for $199 (normally, those shirts are about $70-$120 each). As well, it’s 40% off men’s polos if you buy three or more.
Corridor: Starting Friday and through Monday, take 20% off sitewide with code MEMORIALDAY2019.
Crane & Canopy: Take up to 60% off luxury bedding, sheets and home decor through Monday.
Floyd: Up to $150 off select products (sofa, bed, table, etc.) with code MEMORIAL19 from now until Monday.
Greats: Through Monday it’s 20% off sitewide with the code SUNNY20.
Levi’s: Through Tuesday, take 30% off sitewide (with a few exceptions) with the cod FUNSUN.
M.Gemi: It’s 25% off the “before they go” section through Monday.
Nordstrom Rack: “Clear the Rack” means an extra 25% off red-tag clearance items.
Oak Street Bootmakers: It’s 20-40% off everything (shoes, belts, packs, etc.).
Parachute: A good time to invest in bedding and home goods — it’s 20% off sitewide Friday through Monday, no code needed.
Pier 1: Take up to 50% off in store and online, plus an extra 25% off clearance items.
Ralph Lauren: Take an extra 30% off sale styles with the code MEMDAY through Tuesday.
Sleepy Jones: Get 20% off the brand’s full-price, upscale PJs with code HOTDOG.
Todd Snyder: It’s 15-30% off, depending on how much you spend.
Wayfair: Stock up both indoors and out with this Memorial Day clearance sale, which nets up to 70% off patio, dining and living room furniture, along with area rugs, bedding and mattresses.
Nota bene: If you buy through the links in this article, InsideHook may earn a small share of the profits.
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