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Since you don’t have all day to scour the web for noteworthy sales and discounts, we rounded up the best bargains for you to shop in one convenient place.
1. Save up to 50% on shoes, apparel, and more at Adidas
Whether you’re looking for a new pair of running sneakers or shoes you can wear everyday, Adidas has something for you. Check out their sale section to find great deals on classics like the Superstars and new apparel styles like these athletic joggers. It’s a great sale to check out if you’re looking to treat yourself to some new clothes or shoes, or if you’re searching for the right gift for someone on your list.
Shop apparel, shoes, and more at Adidas for up to 50% off.
2. Save up to 70% off across all Williams Sonoma Inc. brands for today’s Premier One Day Event
If you’re looking for any home products, you should check out any of the Williams Sonoma brands. Each brand caters to different tastes, but all offer a great selection of products. If you’re looking for mid-century modern furniture, head over to West Elm. If personalized accessories and gifts are what you need, check out Mark & Graham. Today only, you can find great deals on products from all brands in the Williams Sonoma family. This premier, one-day event has prices up to 70% off across all brands, but only lasts until midnight so check it out now.
Shop all Williams Sonoma brands and find deals of up to 70% off.
3. Buy 4 Echo Dots (2nd generation) and save $60 at Amazon
Amazon’s getting a head-start on Black Friday by offering low prices on plenty of their products across all categories, like their Amazon devices. While a second generation Echo Dot usually costs $40, you can get it now for just $30. If you want to save even more, buy in bulk. When you buy four Echo Dots, you’ll save $60 on your total. It’s a great way to stock up on some holiday gifts that everyone on your list …read more
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