On Memorial Day, we honor those who gave their lives for our country.
In observance of the holiday, retailers are thanking military veterans for their service with discounts — and they’re throwing in deals for everyday Americans, too. Mattresses, appliances and more products for the home are on sale.
We compiled our picks for some of the best Memorial Day sales that veterans and non-veterans alike can shop over the holiday weekend to save money.
- Academy Sports + Outdoors: Find deals in categories like sports, outdoors and apparel. Additionally, military veterans and first responders get 10% off through Memorial Day.
- AllModern: Take up to 65% off, plus use code LETSGO for an extra 15% off select sale items.
- Article: Score up to 50% off select items.
- Bear Mattress: Get 20% off your entire Bear purchase with code MD20. Two free Cloud Pillows are included with every mattress purchase, while supplies last.
- Best Buy: Save up to 40% on appliance top deals. Plus, get a free $100 gift card when you buy two or more qualifying major appliances totaling $1,500 or more.
- Birch Lane: Use code HATSOFF to get 15% off eligible items in the Memorial Day sale.
- Dyson: Save up to $170 on select Dyson technology, including vacuums and fans.
- Houzz: Score deals of up to 80% off items for the home, including rugs and lighting.
- Joss & Main: Save up to 80% on furniture for the home.
- Lowe’s: Get up to 40% off appliance special values.
- Mattress Firm: Get a free adjustable base (up to a $699 value) with a purchase of $499 or more. Use code ELEVATE online.
- Nest Bedding: Save hundreds on select mattresses.
- Overstock.com: Shop the Memorial Day Blowout for up to 70% off select items.
- Purple Mattress: Take up to $100 off mattresses, plus get free sheets (up to a $229 value), while supplies last.
- Serta: Save up to $600 on select Serta iComfort mattress sets.
See each retailer for full details, including any possible exclusions. Regardless of where you shop, try asking for a military discount if you’re currently serving or a veteran.
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