There’s a strong tradition in the retail industry — every time a three-day weekend comes around, home items go on sale. Retailers know that extra day to shop gets shoppers thinking about buying things that often require a little more research, like furniture and mattresses. And appliances fall under that umbrella, too, meaning plenty of big-name department stores are offering Presidents Day sales on appliances big and small.
Whether you’re looking to up your kitchen game with a new blender or you’re in desperate need of a new washing machine, February is a good time to pull the trigger and make a purchase. Here are the best deals on appliances you can find this month.
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The Best Presidents Day Appliance Sales for 2024
Amazon Presidents Day Sale
Amazon is no stranger to a good sale, and Presidents Day 2024 is no exception. Amazon usually doesn’t use the splashy “Presidents Day Blowout!” promotions that other retailers do, but that doesn’t mean appliances aren’t on sale. Pay particularly close attention to small countertop appliances, like pressure cookers, air fryers and Vitamix blenders. You’ll see plenty of deals popping up in Amazon’s Today’s Deals section throughout the holiday weekend.
Best Buy Presidents Day Sale
Best Buy, the retailer best known for tech always throws a reliably good appliance sale over Presidents Day weekend, and deals are already live. Washers and dryers, refrigerators, dishwashers and other big-ticket appliances are on sale, too. Think up to 40% off on major appliances, $500 off select LG appliance packages and more. Best Buy Plus and Total members get exclusive deals, including an extra $50 (beyond the regular discount everyone gets) on select Whirlpool appliances and an extra $100 off select LG packages.
Lowe’s Presidents Day Sale
For big-ticket appliances such as washing machines, dishwashers and refrigerators, you can’t beat a place like Lowe’s. From now through Feb. 28, major appliances are on sale for as much as 40% off. For every $750 you spend on Lowe’s appliances, get $75 off, up to $750 off your purchase.
Be sure to check the expiration dates on each individual appliance deal, because end dates vary.
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Home Depot Presidents Day Sale
Home Depot is offering up to $800 off kitchen appliances through Feb. 28. The sale includes refrigerators, ranges, washers and dryers. In addition, get up to $450 off when you buy select washer/dryer sets. If you’re hitting Home Depot up this Presidents Day weekend, there are plenty of other deals to shop as well, including its bath sale, which offers up to 40% off.
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Bed Bath & Beyond Presidents Day Sale
This is the sale to shop if you’re looking for small appliance, because ice makers, blenders, air fryers, blenders, toaster ovens, mini fridges and coffee makers are all up to 25% off until Feb. 19. RetailMeNot is also offering 5% back when you shop through us and activate this offer.
Walmart Presidents Day Sale
From TVs to vacuums and everything in between, Walmart is the place to shop Presidents Day appliance sales. Expect more deals to drop as the weekend approaches. While Walmart isn’t necessarily a destination for large appliances, expect deals on smaller appliances, like mini fridges, blenders, air fryers and more.
Wayfair Presidents Day Sale
We’re waiting for this one to go live, but one thing is for certain: Wayfair’s offerings and deals extend far beyond bedding and furniture. Wayfair’s past Presidents Day offerings have included everything from ceiling fans to KitchenAid stand mixers. Plenty of large appliances, including fridges and washer-dryer sets, usually get marked down as well. Bonus: Many Wayfair items come with free shipping, too.
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