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February 18, 2013 (WPVI) -- Here are some of the best bargains you'll find this Presidents' Day!
February 18, 2013
Electronic Arts (EA) is offering big deals for Presidents Day. More than 55 popular iPad, iPod touch and iPhone games are just 99 cents. Wow!
Calvin Klein: 40 percent off all online purchases.
Cabela's: Free shipping on orders over $99 with code 23GEAR, through February 18th. 50 percent off select men's winter wear.
Ann Taylor is offering a 30 percent discount on select full-price items online with the code SHOPCHIC plus 40 percent off all sale styles.
Banana Republic offers 30 percent off online with the code BRSHOP30 through Monday, free shipping for online orders over $50 and free returns by mail or in-store.
Best Buy's Presidents' Day sales began on Friday and will continue through Monday, offering 10 to 25 percent off major appliances. Examples include a Toshiba Satellite 15.6" laptop with 4GB memory and 500GB hard drive for $349.99 with free shipping.
The company is also advertising an Insignia 55" Class LCD 1080p 120Hz HDTV for $579.99, for a savings of $220 plus free delivery.
High-end department store Bloomingdales is hosting a "Big Brown Bag Sale" through Monday for 20 to 40 percent off. The company also regularly offers free returns for online orders.
If you want to fix up the house, consider this one. Pottery Barn has discounted hundreds of items, including bedding, furniture and accessories up to 60% off.
Through Monday, Express is offering 30 percent off all items and up to 50 percent off already-reduced clearance.
jcrew: The retailer is offering an extra 40 percent off online final sale items with the code STYLE40 plus free shipping.
Since Tuesday, Feb. 12 through Mon day, Macy's has promoted a number of sales, including 30 to 50 percent off sterling silver, 14k gold, cultured pearls, diamonds and precious stones; buy two bras and get one free from Calvin Klein, Warners, Bali and more; 60 percent off designer outerwear for him from Perry Ellis, Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein and more; and 50 to 75 percent off clearance shoes and boots, among other items.
through Monday, Old Navy is offering in-stores and online 15 percent off your purchase or 20 percent off with your Old Navy, Gap or Banana credit card. The company is also hosting a "Kidtacular" kid, baby and maternity sale through Wednesday with up to 40 percent discounts.
Sears: With promo codes like EXTRAPOINTS (for members) and ABELINCOLN, customers can get 10 to 25 percent off online orders. Through Wednesday, the company is also offering $35 off orders of $300 and more with the code SNOW35; and $20 off orders of $200 and more with the code FEBRUARY20.
Sears : Extra 10% off on Semi-Annual Furniture Sale Up to 40% off with Code: FURNITURE10
Since Friday and through Monday, Toys "R" Us is offering 40 deals on toys, such as buy-one-get-one-40-percent-off on all video games priced up to $19.99; and buy-one-get-one-50-percent-off on all Play-Doh.
Walmart has offered Presidents' Day online specials since Friday and through Monday, including a Vizio 60" Class LED 1080 p 120Hz Smart HDTV for $998, normally $1,299.99.
Aeropostale: Everything 50-70% Off + $20 Off $80+ w/ Code: 20PRES
Williams-Sonoma : 20% Off All Sale Items with Code: PRESIDENTS
Disney Store: 25% Off Sitewide with Code: DISNEYPAL
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