Pottery Barn’s Labor Day 2024 Sale

We’re still working on officially confirming Pottery Barn’s Labor Day sale details for 2024. However, you can scroll down the page to see last year’s ad, sale dates and terms to get a general idea of what’s likely to come (you can expect similar deals to return for the long weekend).

Last Year’s Labor Day Sale Details

Updated on Tuesday August 29, 2023: Pottery Barn’s Labor Day sale this year is just like last year’s — It’s an end-of-summer clearance as they make room for new holiday inventory!

Starting today, shop your nearest Pottery Barn store or their site to save up to 60% off in their clearance section, up to 60% off furniture, outdoor, pillow and decor, bath, sofas, rugs and more. Free shipping is also offered on all bedding, sheets, blankets, pillows and throws. Just keep in mind that any clearance item with a price ending in $.97 or $.99 is a final-sale purchase (no returns or exchanges accepted).

We’ve posted some of their sale highlights in the ad scan below. See their site or store associate for complete offer details as some exclusions may apply. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!

Pottery Barn’s Labor Day sale is not the only major event that we’re tracking from them. Be sure to join our newsletter to stay up-to-date on their Black Friday, Cyber Monday, After Christmas and Memorial Day sales. Don’t miss out!

Ad History

To get a better idea of the types of deals Pottery Barn typically runs over Labor Day weekend you can view the last few years of ad history by following the links below.

  • 2023: Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
  • 2022: Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
  • 2021: Page 1, 2, 3 and 4.
  • 2019: Page 1, 2 and 3.
  • 2020: Page 1.
  • 2019: Page 1, 2 and 3.
  • 2018: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2017: Page 1.
  • 2016: Page 1, 2 and 3.
  • 2015: Page 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.


Let us know what you plan on buying at Pottery Barn’s Labor Day sale this year in the comments section down below.

20 thoughts on “Pottery Barn’s Labor Day 2024 Sale”

  1. Had an interesting chat with a PB design expert today about the (lack of) ‘Buy More Save More’ sale. He said the issue is not “Pottery Barn is making so much money from people staying at home during Covid and renovating that they arrogantly don’t feel they need to have a sale”… He said the problem is the supply chain delays during Covid and the already long, not-reliable, production issues. Even now their regular vendors can’t meet the customer demand with any certainty. Even a delay in one small part, can delay production of the entire item. He said having a ‘Buy More Save More’ sale now, and getting overwhelmed with new orders, could push delivery delays to 6 months… and PB Execs said the concern was pissing off their big spending customer base… or customers cancelling their orders months later (when production had already started) after the items were still delayed. It makes sense.

  2. I was hoping for the buy more save more, I won’t be buying this year until they have another buy more save more sales. It’s not worth it.

    1. I totally agree. This so-called Labor Day sale 2021 is from hunger. I want to purchase an outdoor dining set, but I cannot justify if i don’t get at least 20% off. I guess they don’t need the sales.

    2. I was going to buy my new bed. Since the price recently increased by $300, I was planning on ordering it this weekend to get the price down to where it used to be, but they are not having the sale anymore for new items, so I will look elsewhere. Frustrating because I chose my shutters, ceiling fan, flooring, & bedding with this bed in mind & it has all been installed!

  3. I had seen this “Early Access – Labor Day Sale” banner on Pottery Barn’s website earlier this week and am praying that this in not all that they are offering this year, as nothing I had targeted is on sale. To say I’m disappointed thus far would be a gross understatement!

  4. I love Pottery Barn merchandise. Personally, I think their prices have gotten too high. Please bring back “Buy more save more” That sets the price where they should be. To say, you don’t need to, because you are soo busy without it just may close your doors. Showing gratitude toward your loyal customers has keep your business growing. It’s time for a good sale! In my area, I find customer service lacking also.

  5. I called.the Cherry hill Nj store and asked about the buy more save more sales and she said the company isn’t doing them anymore because they do not need to because everyone is buying stuff for their homes do yo the pandemic . …..I am still going to hold off until I see if they have any sales this summer

  6. Very disappointed because 25%sale excludes sale items and these sale items are only 5% off. It would seem they just discounted some bedroom furniture 5% so they could be excluded from Labor Day sale. We’re making a very large purchase, decorating a brand new home, thought we were going to save 25% off everything.

    1. It’s a sale. The company can choose to discount what they want. They aren’t obligated to discount everything just because you have a new house. Not sure why you are mad at them?

  7. Been waiting for the 40% off they have but no luck! Their friends and family event is usually around now. 25% seems to be as high as they have given since March.

    1. I know I have been waiting for a sale too — a lot of PBS target market can work from home during the pandemic and We are getting stimulus money and using it to fix up our homes since we spend so much time there. therefore PB does not need sales right now …..hopefully things will return to normal soon and PB will have sales again ….good luck

  8. Any idea if they’ll do the Buy More Save More of 30% if you spend more than $3,000? They have already started the Buy More Save More but it just went to 25% off of a purchase of more than $1,500 and I plan to make a pretty huge furniture purchase so I would prefer the 30%. Maybe closer to Labor Day or should I just wait until the next sale..hmm

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