Updated on Wednesday, August 29, 2018: While we still have to stick through two more days until the long weekend officially arrives, Macy’s is one of the dozens of stores that have launched their Labor Day sale early this year. So get your credit cards ready!
Starting now at macys.com and in-stores, you’ll save an extra 10% to 20% off the lowest marked price across the store with promo code WKND (pretty similar deal to the one they had last year). Here are the details:
— EXTRA 20% OFF select sale & clearance clothing & accessories for him & her, jewelry & home items; select reg.-priced, sale & clearance clothing for kids & baby.
— EXTRA 15% OFF select sale & clearance watches, shoes, coats, lingerie, suits, dresses & swim for her.
— EXTRA 10% OFF select sale & clearance small appliances & lighting.
The sale is valid through September 3, 2018 or while supplies last (no rain-checks). Most online orders of $49 or more can also qualify for free shipping.
As with everything in life, exclusions apply. The coupon can not be applied to any Bonus Buy, Deal of the Day, or Doorbuster items. We’ve posted the official terms and conditions as found on Macy’s website with the full list of exclusions. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
What do you plan on getting at Macy’s Labor Day weekend sale? Let us know in the comments section (the comments can be found near the bottom of the page).
Before you head on out to your BBQ party or to the beach you might want to check out Macy’s Labor Day sale that just went live moments ago. Here’s what’s waiting for you this year:
— Extra 15% to 20% off select departments (use promo code LBDAY at checkout).
— $10 off your purchase of $25 or more in select departments (use promo code TEN at checkout).
— 25% to 70% off clearance items (no code needed).
We’ve posted the screen shots from their site with the sale highlights as well as the complete terms so you’ll be able to see which departments/items are included in which one of the offers.
Macy’s Labor Day sale is now live!
For the next 19 hours and counting (through 11:59pm PST on Sep 5th, 2016), you’ll save up to 75% off both at macys.com and at your nearest store. If shopping online, you’ll get an extra 10% to 20% off your total purchase when you use promo code DEALS at checkout (just like last year). Plus free shipping is offered for all online orders of $50.00 or more (some exclusions apply, including furniture and mattress purchases).
We’ve posted the sale highlights as well as the terms, conditions, and exclusions down below.
Macy’s loves going all-out on their deals during Labor Day and this year is no exception. This year’s sale starts today, Thursday September 3rd and runs through Monday September 7th, 2015 both in-store and online.
If shopping online, you’ll get free shipping on all orders above $75.00 and up to an extra 20% off with coupon code “DEALS” at checkout. You’ll also be able to get an extra 25% off summer clearance items, 30% select sneakers and pumps, 75% off select men’s clearance suits, and 60% off select women’s tops.
If you need new furniture or a mattress then this Labor Day has some of the lowest prices of the season. You’ll also get special financing n orders above $499 (subject to credit approval).
If you’re looking for a gift then be sure to see the 8-piece gift from Estee Lauder with any purchase above $35.00.
Finally, even though you’re probably already back from your summer vacation, it’s a good time to take a look at the luggage deals. You’ll have a number of different suitcases and travel sets to pick from at up to 60% off.
Here are the highlights from Macy’s Labor Day weekend sale (scanned from their homepage):
Macy’s Labor Day circular just hit our mail box and it’s gotta be one of the thickest ads we’ve seen all summer. This year you’ll get an extra 20% storewide with your Wow! Pass with much of the store at 30% to 75% off. And if you have a Macy’s credit card, you’ll be able to save an extra 15% to 20% off your entire purchase. The sale starts on Wednesday and will run all the way through Monday both in-store and online.
We went through the entire ad and pulled out some of our favorite pages. Take a look below – You can click on each page to expand it into full view.