Memorial Day Sales 2017: What Are The Best Deals This Year?
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Memorial Day Sales 2017: What Are The Best Deals This Year?

U.S. retailers are offering some of the best deals as part of Memorial Day sales this long holiday weekend. The Memorial Day sales, which unofficially kicks off the summer shopping season, may not be as massive as Black Friday, but buyers can still expect to get attractive discounts, sales, and deals on wide-ranging products.

Here is a round-up of some of the deals offered by Walmart, Best Buy, Target, JC Penney, and more retailers over the Memorial Day weekend — from May 27 to May 29.

Walmart

Walmart is offering a discount on household items, including home decor, kitchen serve-ware, and more. Also, there are good deals on select kitchen appliances, electronics items, and more as part of its Memorial Day sale. Moreover, they are offering up to 75 percent off on patio furniture, according to AL. And there is also discounts on sports and outdoor items.

Best Buy

At Best Buy, buyers can get some of the best deals on electronic items, including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Laptops, tablets, television sets, speakers and headphones, cameras, camcorder, and more, according to the site’s Memorial Day sales‘ page.

Target

Buyers can get 30 percent off on patio, home, and furniture items this weekend, and they can save 15 percent more by using promo code “HERO,” according to the Target site. Also, they are offering 20 percent off on clothes, shoes, and more with promo code “MEMDAY.”

JC Penny

The department store chain is offering good deals on several items. According to JC Penny, there are good deals on appliances from Samsung, LG, GE, and many other top brands. Buyers can save big on top mattress brands, and there are also special deals on apparel for men, women, and kids. JC Penny’s 2017 Memorial Day sale also includes discounts on kitchen essentials and appliances.

Home Depot

Home Depot is offering up to 30 percent off on patio furniture and accessories, up to 15 percent off on grills and smokers, up to 40 percent off with appliance special buys, and $10 off select one-gallon cans and $40 off five-gallon buckets.

Macy’s

Macy’s Memorial Day Sale is offering good deals on women’s swimwear, summer handbags, fine jewelry, women’s activewear, men’s dress shirts and ties, luggage, and more.

Old Navy

Old Navy’s Memorial Day deal is quite tempting. The clothing store is offering 50 percent off on several items, including T-shirts, shorts, string bikinis, bikini bottoms, bikini tops, tank tops, and more.

Bloomingdales

Bloomingdale’s is offering free standard shipping on orders over $200. Buyers can also save up 60 percent by using promo code “BIGBAG” at checkout.

Lowe’s

Lowe’s Memorial Day deal runs through June 5. It is offering up to 40 percent off on select appliances, up to 50 percent off on appliance clearance, up to 20 percent off on select grills, up to 35 percent off on select patio furniture, and there are more attractive deals.

Nordstrom

Now through June 4, buyers can save up to 40 percent if they shop for women’s, men’s and kid’s clothing at Nordstrom. The discount is part of their half yearly sale promotion.

H & M

H&M’s Memorial Day Deal is offering customers up to 60 percent off on jeans, jumpsuits, cargo pants, T-shirts, leggings, joggers, skirts, and on more products.

eBay

eBay’s home and outdoor Memorial Day coupon deal is offering 20 percent off discount on a minimum of $50 with a maximum discount of $50. According to the site, the eligible items include items purchased from the home and garden, baby, pets, crafts, food, and sporting goods categories.

And here is a list of products that the buyers should avoid buying during Memorial Day sales. According to Market Watch‘s Jacob Passy, customers should avoid checking out deals for automobiles, laptops, televisions, gym equipment, power tools, and jewelry. And if one goes by his suggestion, this Memorial Day weekend, it would be best to buy clothes and more clothes.

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