Cyber Monday has come and gone, but a lot of retailers are extending their sale through today. That means you can pick up discounts of 25, 35, even 60%, on everything from home goods to outerwear. Keep your eyes peeled for deals across categories as large retailers capitalize on Deals Week.
Jonathan Adler's kitschy, over-the-top decor and furniture is always something that will make someone go "Where did you get that?" And with their extended Cyber Monday sale, you can get 30% off sitewide, plus free shipping with the code BLACKOUT.
As we head fully into winter temperatures, American Eagle's extended Cyber Monday sale can help keep you toasty and warm. All sweaters, for both men and women, are on sale for 50% off, plus get 40% off basically everything else they carry.
Old Navy is trying to make Cyber Tuesday a thing, with a huge 50% off everything sale. Stock up on basics for the whole family, or get a good holiday party outfit for a whole lot less than you'd spend anywhere else.
Another retailer taking advantage of Cyber Tuesday is J.Crew, with an extra 60% off sale styles, plus 50% off basically everything else. Use the code CYBER at checkout and get your winter-ready styles for a majorly discounted price.
If you're more interested in some designer discounts, Marc Jacobs extended their sale through today. Get an extra 20% off all sale styles when you use the code CYBER. That includes bags, shoes, clothing, and accessories.
Use Target's 30% off home sale as an excuse to redo a room. Winter is a great time to spice things up, and with this huge discount on Target's already low prices, you can save a lot more than if you tried to redecorate any other time of the year.
You can stock up on winter-ready outerwear and layers during Mountain Hardwear's extended Cyber Monday sale. Take 25% off sitewide, plus get free shipping on men's styles, women's styles, and even their great packs.
Want even more holiday shopping ideas? Check out our huge list of gift guides for everyone on your list.
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