The Best Presidents’ Day 2019 Sales on Mattresses, Home Goods, Apparel, and More Happening Right Now
From home goods (Presidents’ Day is huge for mattress companies) to apparel, and beyond.
Presidents’ Day is coming, and a lot of brands are taking advantage by offering you huge discounts, from home goods (Presidents’ Day is huge for mattress companies) to apparel, and beyond. Been on the hunt for something for spring? This is the time to pull the trigger.
Get up to 25% off home items, and an extra 15% off window treatments and rugs at Target with promo code HOME.
Save up to $500 on select mattress sets, plus $300 in free accessories at Tempur-Pedic.
Grab 15% off on select All Modern styles with code GOFORIT.
Apt2B is taking 15% off sitewide, 20% off orders of $1,999 or more with code 5MORE, 25% off orders of $3,499 or more with promo code 10MORE, and 30% off orders of $4,999 or more with code 15MORE.
Helix has a tiered sale of $200 off $1,750+ with code PREZ200, $150 off $1,250+, with code PREZ150, and $100 off mattresses with code PREZ100
Bed Bath and Beyond has up to 50% off select items.
Joybird has 30% off sitewide on everything from dining tables to sofas.
Get up to 60% off at Michaels' four-day sale.
Save 20% off of all Modsy packages using the codeWASHINGTON.
Up to 40% off thousands of items at Nordstrom.
Take 25% off your entire purchase at L.L.Bean with code BEAN25.
Save on thousands of shoes and apparel at Zappos.
Get 25% off all purchases over $175 with code 25PRES at Joe’s Jeans.
Save $10 when you spend $40 on clothing, shoes, and accessories for the family at Target.
Barneys Warehouse has 25% off sitewide.
Up to 50% off select styles at Old Navy.
Extra 10% off everything with code BOOST at GAP.
Take 30% off your entire purchase, plus an extra 30% off sale items with promo code WKND at J.Crew.
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