Welcome to Worth It, a daily roundup of the things on sale that Scouted editors think are truly worth your time and money.
These are the crème de la crème of deals and discounts and deserve a place in your home, on your body, and in your life. Each day we’ll divulge a list of discounted products from brands you already know and love, and some you should be paying more attention to. Some will be products you can put on the backburner for a bit, but some will be one-day-only discounts that you’ll need to jump on immediately. Either way, we’ll tell you all the things on sale today, every day.
John Boos Walnut Cutting Board and Butcher Block Oil, $139 (42% off) - Step up your kitchen with a wooden cutting block and the oil to easily keep it beautiful and smooth.
Saracina Home’s 70” Entertainment Center - $175 (36% off) - This TV stand gives you adjustable shelves and the choice of eight dark color options. Use code SWISH.
Apparel and Shoes
Anthropologie’s Jardin Jacquard Dress, $130 (46% off) - Removable, adjustable straps, a removable belt, a side zip — this dress is perfect.
Urban Outfitters’ Out From Under Thermal Button-Front Top, $34 (23% off) - As we transition into warmer months, this top will come in handy when the office AC turns on.
Gap’s High Rise Button-Fly Denim Shorts, $35 (30% off) - Yes, it’s time for shorts and these are a great start. Use code HOORAY.
Anker’s Fast Wireless Charger, $17 (35% off) - this best selling mobile charging station is highly rated and will give your phone a good home instead of the bare and desolate desk you throw it on to charge.
Philips DiamondClean Classic, $100 (35% off) - A solid upgrade to the device you use for a necessary and daily —ehm, twice daily — habit.
Kindle’s Newest and Waterproof Paperwhite, $100 (22% off) - A commuter’s dream e-reader, it’s the foolproof way to read when a book just doesn’t make sense.
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