The 10 Best Star-Spangled Sales to Shop This July 4th

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With July 4 falling smack dab in the middle of the week this year, it’s hard to know which “weekend” falls under the holiday’s umbrella. (Unless you’re turning the whole week into a vacation, in which case...can we come?) Regardless of your plans, the good news is that the holiday sales are running for much longer than usual, so we have extra time to take advantage. Everyone’s clearing out their spring and summer items to make room for fall’s finest, and we get to reap the benefits. Here, 10 of the biggest Fourth of July sales to shop this week.

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Dermstore: 20 Percent Off

From June 28 to July 4, a ton of brands are up to 20 percent off with the code “FOURTH.” While they’re being coy about what exact products are discounted, top participating brands include Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, First Aid Beauty and Tarte. So you can score everything from pore-refining pads to ultra-hydrating foundation for less than normal.


Goop: 70 Percent Off

Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand might be known for its high-end picks, but this week, take advantage of the massive 70 percent off sale. We love this pretty Marni gingham skirt and this swingy knit sweater from Apiece Apart that can transition into fall. But it also has fun things like this colorful wall calendar for your office and chunky emerald earrings that are so incredibly discounted.

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Old Navy: $2 Flip-flops, $4 Tanks, $6 Tees, $8 Dresses

It really wouldn’t be July Fourth without a huge sale at Old Navy, would it? All week long, it’s offering hot deals on specific items on the landing page. (Think a $27 dress for only $8 and a patriotic tee for only $5.) While it changes daily, you can stock up on all your casual summer needs for less.

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Net-a-porter: 70 Percent Off

A major designer sale that just happens to coincide with the Fourth? Don’t mind if we do. While the brand won’t share the exact dates of the sale, it does promise that it is running over the actual holiday (so we have almost a full week.) More than 9,000 clothing items, 1,500 shoes and 300 handbags are up to a whopping 70 percent off. (Including Meghan Markle’s favorite Chloé bag.)


Wayfair: 70 Percent Off

From furniture and area rugs to backyard firepits and Cuisinart cookware, everything sitewide is up to 70 percent off, June 27 to July 5.


Baublebar: 20 Percent Off

From June 28 to July 4, all sale items are an additional 20 percent off. (We’re eyeing these Desi double hoops and this gold-plated coordinates necklace.)

e Free Shipping On Orders Over $50

While this isn’t exactly a sale—the super-Instagrammable brand is offering free shipping on all orders over $50—the real winner is that it’s also offering these floaties for free. Happy hour in the pool today, anyone?

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Lulu & Georgia: 20 Percent Off

Nothing says patriotism like...rugs, I guess? Lulu and Georgia is known for its colorful, artisanal fabrics and prints across blankets, pillows and wall art, but its rugs are our favorite. Score any of the brand’s stunning rugs for 20 percent off between June 28 and July 5 with the code “July4.”


Artifact Uprising: 15 Percent Off Purchases $150 Or More

Have you been putting off that wedding album or graduation book for your nephew? Cross them both off the list with 15 percent off purchases of $150 or more from June 29 to July 4 with code “July4th.”


Aritzia: 50 Percent Off

In an effort to clear out their spring and summer inventory, every single thing is up to 50 percent off. From breezy midi dresses to high-waisted shorts, you can score all of the season’s best trends for way less.

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Katie Maguire

Blue jean baby, LA lady (NYC transplant)

An avid bargain hunter, SoulCycle-goer, and vacation-planner, Katie has somehow turned her online shopping addiction into a full-time job for PureWow.
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