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You can find just about anything at a nice discount this holiday weekend if you know where to look. If you don’t know where to start, look at the following choice sales we’ve spotted.
Some — which feature voice-activated digital assistant Alexa — are currently on sale. They include the second-generation:
- (20 percent off)
- (15 percent off)
Note that Amazon does not specify when these discounts end, describing them as “limited-time offer[s].”
For more ways to save at Amazon, check out “8 Strategies to Save Big Bucks on Amazon.”
2. Best Buy
You’ll find — even — are on sale at Best Buy through Monday. Also, are up to 35 percent off.
Through Monday, this cash-back portal is offering double cash back when you go through Ebates to shop at certain retailers.
Those retailers even include Amazon — where you’ll earn 3 percent cash back in certain departments, including on Amazon devices. Mind you, that’s in addition to any discounts. For example, you would get the Echo Dot at 20 percent off and earn 3 percent cash back on the purchase.
A are discounted for Kohl’s Presidents Day Weekend Sale.
On top of that, the retailer is having a through Monday: You’ll save $10 if you spend at least $50 on certain home goods. If you shop online, use promo code HOME10. To redeem this offer in stores, print or display it on your phone.
Note that the coupon’s fine print says it can be combined with other offers. So, you can stack savings. For more tips, check out “10 Expert Tips for Saving More at Kohl’s.”
5. Old Navy
Everything at the clothing and accessories retailer is .
To boost your savings, try “7 Easy Ways to Save More Money at Old Navy.”
Home goods are online for Target’s Presidents’ Day Sale. Save an additional 15 percent on indoor and outdoor furniture and rugs by using promo code GEORGE.
And of course, we’ve got “7 Sly Ways to Save Money at Target.”
What sales are you taking advantage of this weekend? Let us know below or on .
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