It’s the 4th of July, which means a ton of retailers are having a sale on everything you could possibly need. We’re rounding up some of the best so you can bookmark this page and come back when your boss isn’t looking at your screen. It’s a free-for-all of discounts, from everything you need for a home makeover to solid wardrobe upgrades, so it wouldn’t hurt to take a look.
Aerie: All swimsuits are 60% off this weekend.
Adidas: Take 30% off sitewide with the code JULY.
Athleta: Not only is it 20% off all shorts and bras, but there’s an extra 20% off sale styles.
Backcountry: The outdoors retailer is taking up to 50% off this weekend.
: Slice 50% off your entire purchase.
: Take 40% off sale styles with the code EXTRA40
: Save up to 60% on select designer items at Nordstrom this weekend.
Paravel: 15% off all orders of $100 or more with code TAKEOFF15.
Universal Standard: Grab a bundle of up to four dresses and save up to $140.
: Take 15% off sitewide during the brand’s Summer Savings Event.
: The brand is taking up to $600 off furniture purchases up to $4,000
My Sheets Rock: Take 15% off the brand’s luxury bamboo sheets with code SUMMER.
OstrichPillow: These travel-ready pillows are even better when they’re up to 25% off.
Misen: The DTC cookware brand is taking 20% off sitewide this weekend.
Bear: Use code CHILL for 25% off sitewide, plus receive a free Gift Set with mattress purchase.
Birch: Take $200 off Birch Mattress and get 2 free Eco-Rest Pillows with the code JULY4200.
: The OG bed-in-a-box brand is taking 15% off mattresses and 10% off everything else.
: Just use the code JULY4100 to receive $100 off one of the best mattresses out there.
Nest Bedding: Take 20% off select mattresses and 10% off all other products, no code needed.
: Save $350 on a mattress from Purple.
: The brand is taking 20% off sitewide, including mattresses, bedding, and more.
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