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Labor Day Deals and Steals

Posted on Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 4:12 pm
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It’s time for Labor Day sales!  There are some great deals and freebies to be found this year. This is also a good time to stock up on end of summer and back to school clearance. Here are the stores that have announced Labor Day sales, along with some of their advertised sale items (of course, there are surely more to come!):

  • Amazon.com: Up to 70% all watches through September 5th.
  • Barnes & Noble: BOGO 50% off all young reader and teen books. Also, great eBook deals now through September 6th.
  • Best Buy: 5-20% off select HDTVs, 5-40% select digital cameras and camcorders (plus free shipping), 30-35% off select Samsung refrigerators and laundry pairs, laptop deals, and more!
  • Circuit City: Get ready for football season with deals on TVs and Blu-ray players.
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods: Free shipping on all backpacks and BOGO 50% Tailgating games through September 3rd.
  • Express: 40% off women’s short sleeve shirts, casual tees and tanks, men’s short sleeve shirts, polos, and graphic tees, and an additional 50% all clearance items. Sale runs now through Labor Day.
  • Fashion Bug
  • JCPenny: Super hot buys in every department! 40-50% off all furniture and mattresses, plus get an extra 10% off.
  • Khol’s: Sales throughout the entire store, plus great back to school sale prices through September 3rd.
  • Kmart: Sales on thousands of items, plus an addition 5-20% off, during the 5-day Labor Day sales event from September 2nd – September 6th. 
  • Lowe’s
  • MacMall
  • Overstock.com
  • PacSun
  • Sears: Additional discounts on thousands of already reduced items!
  • Sports Authority
  • Staples: Tons of back to school deals!
  • Target.com: Deals on clothes, college supplies, electronics, and more!
  • Walmart: Save on iPad 2 and iPad accessories online.

 

Also, don’t miss your chance to take advantage of some of these fun Labor Day freebies!

 

Most Labor Day sales will begin this weekend and run through the week, so you have time to browse for the best deals out there. Just make sure you don’t miss your chance to cash in on all the great sales and freebies this Labor Day! Keep your eyes peeled for more sale ads as the day approaches!

 

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