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Memorial Day — and all of the great sales that come along for the ride — is next weekend, but that doesn't mean you can't save big now. We've scoured the Internet for the best of the best price cuts and deals on everything you need to swing into summer, from patio furniture to summer swimwear to pretty sundresses.
Kohl's is having a major sale on just about everything — which means you can stock up on summer styles and outdoor accessories ahead of Memorial Day weekend. You can find deals like this midi dress from Sonoma Goods For Life for just $18 (down from $36) or these Easy Spirit Slide Sandals for 25% off at the Lowest Prices of the Season event. But you better act fast! The sale ends May 22.
We love all the things Oprah loves and this weekend, one of her favorite bedding brands is having a major sale! Cozy Earth is offering up to 25% off bedding, loungewear and bath for Memorial Day — that means discounts on luxury towels, sheets and pajamas! You can even get 20% off items from the list of Oprah's Favorite Things, like these bamboo joggers.
We could all use a little bit more sleep, and with Casper’s Memorial Day Sale, you could get a few more zzzs at a discount! Right now, the mattress retailer is offering up to $800 off on mattresses. That means you can get its most supportive mattress, the Wave Hybrid Mattress, for 20% off. Offer ends June 7.
HSN is celebrating May with loads of discounts on just about anything you're looking for. But you can expect to find things you didn't know you needed, like these adorable Lark & Meadow Ceramic Solar-Powered Lanterns for just $25 (down from $52!). With those kinds of deals, you'll be ready to entertain when Memorial Day rolls around. And don't forget: Use the coupon code HELLO10 at checkout to get $10 off your first purchase.
Memorial Day has arrived early at Macy's! Right now, you can enjoy up to 60% off indoor and outdoor furniture at the retailer's Furniture and Mattress Memorial Day Sale. Perfect your outdoor oasis ahead of the unofficial start of summer with items like the Avery 3-Piece Bistro Set for $68, down from $229 — that's 70% off. The sale lasts through May 30, but we can't guarantee the best deals will last that long.
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QVCQVC has summer on the brain! This week's deals might just inspire you to plan your Memorial Day barbecue with 25% off Kansas City Steaks, get to gardening with 25% off live plants or planning your vacation with a 25% discount on Anybody fashion. Deals are good through May 22.
Amazon The site always has a good deal, and this weekend you can find major markdowns on tons of items for the home like this top-rated Contour Memory Foam Pillow for 40% off the regular price.
WalmartYou can always count on Walmart for a good deal, but it's unleashed hundreds of deals ahead of Memorial Day. You'll find major markdowns on everything from grills to smart TVs like this VIZIO 55" V-Series 4K Smart TV for 54% off.
Ulta If your hair care routine needs a refresh, now’s the time to pick up staples to look your best from Ulta’s Gorgeous Hair Event. You’ll find loads of unique products to style and treat your hair for up to 50% off. Ends May 28.
AdidasGet up to 50% off select items in the sale section.
A star-studded FC Barcelona side have landed in Sydney and while they are here for a fly-in, fly-out game against the A-League All Stars, manager Xavi says he isn't using the game as an end-of-season holiday.Barca play a team coached by Dwight Yorke on Wednesday night at Accor Stadium, where the attendance is expected to break the record for a crowd in Sydney after the pandemic.
Preparing for an epic battle against Penrith, North Queensland are keeping the blinkers on rather than worrying about what the premiers may throw at them.The Cowboys head to BlueBet Stadium on Friday night riding high after six successive wins to move to third on the ladder, while the front-running Panthers have back-to-back NRL premierships firmly in sight.
An airline pilot who suffered post traumatic stress disorder when an engine failed between Alice Springs and Brisbane has had a small win in her attempt to get compensation.Jacinda Cottee was the first officer on the Boeing 717-200 that landed safely after continuing the flight on March 10, 2018 with one engine.
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Australia remains open to further requests for support from Ukraine as the nation faces an illegal and immoral attack, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says.Mr Albanese discussed the Russian invasion with US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Tokyo on Tuesday.
A fighter jet has crashed in the central desert of Iran, killing both the aircraft's pilots, local media reports.The aircraft crashed on Tuesday at the Anarak training site near the central city of Isfahan, Iran's semiofficial Tasnim news agency reported.
A Victorian man who unintentionally mowed down his former mistress's new partner, killing the man, has been jailed for more than six years.Bradley Andrew McStay, 35, hit Luke Price with his ute at Yannathan, near Lang Lang in the state's east, in the early hours of February 11, 2020.
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A-League Men games record holder Nikolai Topor-Stanley's bid to play in a fifth grand final has fallen at the last hurdle, with the Western United defender unable to overcome a foot injury in time to face Melbourne City.Topor-Stanley, 37, has played in a losing team in four grand finals, three at Western Sydney and one at Newcastle.
Beijing has stepped up COVID-19 quarantine efforts to end its month-old outbreak as fresh signs of frustration emerged in Shanghai.Many people bemoaned unfair curbs with the city of 25 million preparing to lift a prolonged lockdown in just over a week.
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The NRL is edging closer towards going straight to 10 women's teams next year as it prepares to make a call on an accelerated expansion of the female game.The ARL Commission will meet on Wednesday and while the size of next year's NRLW competition is not expected to feature prominently in discussions, a final decision is looming for the body.
Queensland government MPs have blocked the release of the corruption watchdog's legal costs in its case involving former Labor treasurer Jackie Trad.Ms Trad is in a legal fight to stop the Crime and Corruption Commission from releasing its report into allegations she interfered in the recruitment of under-treasurer Frankie Carroll in 2019.
Australian scientists may have found a way to treat a common but deadly bacteria that kills more than half of the people it infects.Clostridium septicum is a highly virulent pathogen that kills patients within 24 hours, often after finding its way into the bloodstream through tissue damage.
Matthew Mott says he was interviewed as an option to replace Justin Langer, before he later decided the time was right to leave Australia's world-champion women's team and take up the white-ball role in England's men's program.Mott announced last week he had finished up as Australia's women's cricket coach, after a seven-year tenure that netted four Ashes and three World Cup wins.