Here's Where You Can Find the Best After Christmas Sales
You've barely finished opening your Christmas presents, but it's already time to get a jumpstart on after Christmas sales—some stores are already offering discounts in store and online.
Here are a few places where you can find the best deals.
Macy's is offering an extra 20 percent off sale items or $10 off purchases of $25 or more. Simply enter the promo code "JOY" to redeem online. Macy's is also offering free shipping on all online orders over $49, with the exception of furniture and mattresses.
There are discounts in just about every department on Amazon for the rest of the month. But some of the biggest discounts are in electronics and grocery, where select items are up to 70 percent off.
Through December 27, Kohl's is offering up to 70 percent off clearance items and an extra 25 percent off online orders with the code "CHEERFUL25." The retailer also has specific deals on a range of items, including $10 off when you spend $40 or more on intimates, 25 percent off select Nike and Converse shoes, and 60 percent off women's pajamas.
William Sonoma's after Christmas sale launched today and will be available through February for certain items. A huge range of items will be discounted, including 20 percent off select bedding and bath products, 20 percent off their home clearance items, and Google Homes will be on sale for $79. Williams Sonoma is also offering 20 percent off online orders with the code "JOLLY."
Old Navy is marking down a range of adult's and children's clothing, varying from 18 to 74 percent off.
Nordstrom's half-yearly sale has begun, offering up to 50 percent off select items through January 2.
Target hasn't revealed it's after Christmas sale yet, but a range of Christmas items from stockings to artificial Christmas trees are already being marked down.
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Walmart also hasn't yet launched its post-Christmas discounts, but if the Christmas deals were any indication, the sales should be enticing.
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