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It’s almost Presidents' Day, so if you had any inclination to buy clothes, bedding, kitchen gadgets or home appliances — really, just about anything — this would be the perfect time to go shopping.

Presidents' Day sales are here with some terrific bargains. After a strong holiday season, retailers are eager to keep the sales momentum going, and in a bid to capture the extra dollars Americans are starting to see in their paychecks, they’re rolling out seriously deep discounts on products across the board.

For the best Presidents' Day sales, including when to buy and all the best promo codes for even deeper discounts, read on.


Amazon’s Presidents' Day sale includes a seriously great deal on audiobooks, good through Feb. 19. People who don’t currently have an Audible membership can get 40% off an Audible Gold membership for the first three months (that’s $8.95 per month rather than the regular $14.95 a month regularly).


Bloomingdales is taking up to 50% off regular priced items and up to 75% off almost all clearance inventory through Feb 19.

Home Depot

If you’re in the market for a new fridge, dishwasher, washer and dryer, or other major appliance, you’re in luck: Home Depot has knocked up to 35% off a large selection of appliances from top brands like Samsung, Whirlpool, LG, and more. Savings good through Feb. 28.


JCPenney’s Presidents' Day sale is a big deal: Get an extra 15% off purchases through Feb. 19 with the JC Penney promo code SHOP26, or an extra 20% off if you use a JCPenney credit card. Plus, get an extra 30% off online purchases of $100 or more, or 25% off for online purchases under $100 with the promo code 2DEALS through Feb 19. The JCPenney Presidents' Day sale also includes up to 40% off select major appliances, no promo code needed. On Saturday only, get an extra 30% off select home goods with the code HOMEDEAL.


Kohl’s has a great home goods sale going on through Feb. 19: Kohl’s Presidents' Day shoppers can get $10 off purchases of $50 or more on select home goods with the Kohl’s promo code HOME10.

Lord & Taylor

Lord & Taylor’s Presidents' Day Sale, which goes through Feb. 20, has up to 50% off clothes for the whole family, up to 40% off jeans, up to 35% off women’s spring shoes, up to 40% off coats and up to 60% off fine jewelry. Use the Lord & Taylor promo code PRESIDENT. Also, you can get an extra $20 off a purchase of $160 or more with the promo code BONUS.


For Macy’s Presidents' Day sale, shoppers can get 20% off clothes for the whole family using Macy’s promo code PRES through Feb. 19, and an extra 20% off thousands of sale items with the promo code BIG. Get deals on big name brands like Levi’s, The North Face and Carter’s for Baby through President’s Day weekend. Through Monday, Macy’s shoppers can also get a whopping 50% off diamond stud earrings and up to 30% off blenders, stand mixers, juicers and more from big brand names like Ninja, KitchenAid and Cuisinart.


The Nordstrom Presidents' Day sales is actually a winter sale, so you have through Feb. 25 to score discounts of up to 40% off merchandise across all categories, from clothes and shoes for the whole family to home goods including bedding, home decor, kitchenware, and more.


In addition to refreshing your wardrobe, the Target Presidents' Day sale is a killer excuse to redecorate your house. Through Feb. 19, get 30% off most home goods and 15% off furniture and rugs with online Target’s promo code GEORGE. For Presidents' Day, Target is also offering markdowns of 20% off kids' clothes and shoes, as well as C9 Champion workout clothes for men and women.


Walmart has some amazing deals going on for Presidents' Day on everything from electronics to baby gear to mattresses.

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