Fall sales are here

Best Fall Sales: Autumn Deals From Amazon, Wal-Mart, Best Buy And More

The first day of autumn is September 22, and stores are launching their best fall sales. Whether shopping online or in your local brick and mortar store, you’ll find plenty of sales and deals to help save money. Amazon, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy are just a few retailers kicking off the new season by slashing prices. You’ll find savings for upcoming holidays such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, fall decor and home interiors, clothes, and accessories as well as end-of-summer clearance deals. Additionally, Best Buy will sell the new iPhone 7 beginning Sept. 16, and it’s now available for pre-order. Here’s a roundup of the best fall sales to get you started.

Fall means back-to-school and Amazon has sales running to help children and adults of all levels have a smooth transition this school year. The main back-to-school sale is geared towards parents and their elementary age children. The sale features deals on grocery items, uniforms, school supplies, and much more. The back-to-school sale runs until Sept. 26. In addition to the main back-to-school event, Amazon is running deals for college students. This sale also expires on Sept. 26.

Amazon has stocked their Halloween store with costumes, supplies, candy, and decorations. Some of the top Halloween costumes for 2016 include Avengers, characters from Finding Dory, Joker and Harley Quinn, Star Wars characters, LEGO, and comic book heroes. Many are shopping early for Halloween costumes to ensure they get a great deal before they sell out. Amazon holds sales every day including daily deals, goldbox deals, and lightning sales. These sales are often time sensitive and run out quickly. Many lightning deals will continue to sell at a lower price after the end of the deal. If you miss a lightning deal, don’t give up. Typically, you can still save on the item price. The best daily deals are those that are marked down 70 percent and more.

Wal-Mart was recently under fire for a Florida store’s promotion of a sale using the Twin Towers and 9/11 as a marketing ploy. Some found the display so despicable, they’ve vowed to boycott Wal-mart. Others consider it a tasteless mistake. Wal-Mart has a number of fall sales going on that have nothing to do with the September 11 terrorist attacks. Are you protesting Wal-Mart for their display?

Wal-Mart’s fall sales include deals on the Pioneer Woman line, Halloween, home improvement tools and supplies, and baby deals. You can find clearance items, rollbacks, and more deals on the site. Wal-Mart has home shipping or will ship to your designated store. Wal-Mart’s shipping options provide advantages for busy shoppers. Check on site to see what type of shipping deals are offered.

Best Buy is another store currently running a huge fall sale. While many look forward to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus release, there are additional sales right now. It’s NFL season and everyone will be watching the game on big-screen TVs. Best Buy has a sale on televisions under 50 inches. There’s also an appliance sale with up to 35 percent off major appliances

Target is also running several fall sales. Now that Labor Day is over, Target has a clearance sale where they’ve marked down many items to discount prices. Clearance items include baby, beauty, clothes, electronics, home and furniture, party supplies and holiday, patio, garden, pets, and more. You can save 60 percent and more.

There might not be a better time to learn a new language than now. The language site Pimsleur is holding a fall sale where you can save 30 percent on language courses with the code Fall16. The sale is site wide and free shipping is included.

The days of calling the Avon lady to come to your home and show you the latest make-up and beauty trends are gone. Avon is available online and they are running a fall sale on makeup where you can save up to 50 percent on select items. The sale ends on 9/15.

Fall sales are a great way to save money between Labor Day and Black Friday.

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