Sale Alert! Instant Pot, KitchenAid, and More Are Majorly Marked Down During Walmart’s 4th of July Sale
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July 4th is just around the corner, and you bet we’re planning our grilled-everything menus and staking out the best firework spots. But don’t forget one of our favorite holiday traditions: shopping the frenzy of sales from sea to shining sea!
And if you’re looking for the best of the best Independence Day deals, head straight to Walmart. From now until July 7, the retail giant is offering can’t-miss discounts in almost every department, including on some of our favorite kitchen gadgets and appliances. Get 40 percent off the roomy 6-quart Instant Pot, now just $59 (originally $100), or save $70 on a gorgeous KitchenAid Deluxe Mixer (a steal at $209).
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We’d keep going, but this massive sale covers literally thousands of home goods, kitchen gadgets, and electronics — and they won’t last long! Browse through the entire event here, or scroll through some of the best kitchen buys we’ve found below.
Instant Pot LUX60 6-Quart Programmable Pressure Cooker
KitchenAid Deluxe 4.5-Quart Silver Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
Farberware 3.2-Quart Digital Oil-Less Fryer
11-Piece Magic Bullet Multi Function Blender
Cuisinart Elemental 8 Cup Silver Food Processor
Gotham Steel Smokeless Electric Grill with Non-Stick Surface
Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5 Quart Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream Maker
18-piece Rubbermaid Brilliance Food Storage Container Set
Every 4th Of July Sale That's Worth Shopping This Year
It's been quite a year so far, and a relaxing 4th of July weekend is exactly what we need right now. And if you're anything like us, your definition of relaxing includes some retail therapy. Before you fire up the grill and blow up the pool floats, be sure to check out these stellar 4th of July sales from all your favorite places&mdashLowes, Home Depot, Williams Sonoma, Macy's. With everything from outdoor dining must-haves to discounted kitchen appliances, you're going to want to check these out for your Independence Day celebration.
Home Depot's annual Red White and Blue Savings event doesn't disappoint this year, especially if you're in the market for new appliances. Vacuums are up to 35% off&mdashmeaning that you can get this bestselling Dyson V8 for $100 less than market value. Dishwashers (like this three rack GE washer) and microwaves (like this touch-controlled Whirpool microwave) are also up to 35% off&mdashwhile fridges (like this WiFi-enabled LG refrigerator with two freezer drawers) are up to 40% off.
Don't take to your backyard this summer before browsing Overstock's incredible Fourth of July Blowout, which lasts until July 4th. Upwards off a thousand items (!) are 70% off, many of which are perfect for entertaining outdoors. The summertime cooling sale includes this Bayville Large Square Sail Sun Shade, so you can get some relief from the sun without leaving the pool, and Fantask Oscillating Tower Fan, so you can get some relief from the heat everywhere else. Don't forget to check out their up to 60% off indoor outdoor home goods sale, too&mdashbecause you receive free shipping on every order.
Take 5% Off Your Order
Lowe’s offers a 10% Military Discount on most full-priced purchases to extend our gratitude to those who've served or are currently serving our country in the US armed forces. The discount also extends to their respective spouses. Some restrictions apply.
Military Discount Program
Lowe’s offers a 10% Military Discount on most full-priced purchases to extend our gratitude to those who've served or are currently serving our country in the US armed forces. The discount also extends to their respective spouses.
US armed forces include active and reserve members of the:
US Marine Corps
US Air Force
US Coast Guard
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
United States Public Health Service (USPHS)
To receive the everyday 10% Military Discount, you must:
Be currently serving in or be a veteran (as defined below) of the US armed forces
Be enrolled in the program
“Veteran” includes all individuals who are retired from the US armed forces or who have been discharged (e.g., honorable, under honorable conditions, general). Individuals dishonorably discharged or discharged for bad conduct are not eligible to receive a Military Discount.
To receive the Military Discount for in-store purchases, a valid photo ID is required at checkout to ensure the discount is being used by you or your spouse. For a spouse, last name must match the registered service member’s last name to receive the Military Discount. To receive the Military Discount for online purchases, you must sign in to your MyLowe’s account.
Please see below for documentation necessary for enrollment. When you enroll online, the Military Discount will be automatically linked to your MyLowe’s account.
Lowe's uses a trusted third party to verify eligibility status for online enrollment and may require additional documentation or proof of eligibility.
What You Can Use Your Discount On
The 10% discount can be used every day on eligible purchases for personal use.
The Military Discount can be applied to most full-priced products in our store and online. There are some exclusions:
It can’t be used with any other offer, coupon, promotion, discount or markdown, including but not limited to Lowe's Price Match Guarantee, price programs such as Lowe's volume or special discount programs (including but not limited to Contractor Packs™, Buy in Bulk, Bulk Savings, Special Value, New Lower Price and Was:Now), or Lowe's credit discount offers such as but not limited to Lowe's Consumer Credit Card 5% Off Every Day discount.
It can’t be applied to any gift cards, previous purchases, business purchases or services (including but not limited to product installations [sold separately or as part of a packaged bundle comprising both product and services], assembly, shipping and Extended Protection Plans), or any taxes or fees.
Offer is not redeemable for cash, is nontransferable and can’t be combined with manager discretion price adjustments. Additional exclusions may apply. See store for details.
Summer Online Savings
Sam's Club members, get ready to save. Instead of a one-day event, we’re taking it to the next level. This time, it’s an entire week of springtime savings for the items you’ve been waiting to buy!
The May Savings Week Event is happening during the second week of the month. That’s May 8 to May 16, 2021. That means fewer crowds, incredible prices and the option to shop the online-only deals at SamsClub.com/SavingsWeek. You can also shop contact-free in clubs with Scan & Go. Download the Sam’s Club app to get started.
The May Savings Week Event features members-only prices throughout the Club and online. Shop our huge selection of items, ranging from Mother’s Day gifts to TVs and electronics, appliances, outdoor entertaining and health and wellness products.
Get ready for summer during this weeklong savings event. Sam’s Club is featuring items to spruce up your home, indoors and out. Plus there are great deals on tires, electronics, appliances and so much more, all at members-only prices.
Save on Safavieh rugs, Martha Stewart cookware, furniture like a brand new recliner, and TVs including a 70-inch Samsung 4K UHD Smart TV. Enjoy free shipping on most items.
Shop the May Savings Week Event from May 8 to May 16, 2021. Don’t miss it!
IPhone 12: Free AirPods Pro
Save at least $349
Visible, which runs on Verizon's network, is sweetening its iPhone 12 deals: When you buy an iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max, you'll get a free pair of AirPods Pro. Those are worth $249 -- though as you'll see below, they're currently on sale for $170.
What's more, although the phones themselves are priced a few dollars higher than what Apple charges, you get a fairly substantial rebate (in the form of a prepaid Mastercard): $100 for the Mini, $150 for the iPhone 12 and Pro, $200 for the Pro Max.
Meanwhile, Visible charges a flat rate of $40 a month for unlimited service, or you can take advantage of its Party Pay option for rates as low as $25.
Deciding The Topic
While talking with this Manhattan-based client, I said, “It sounds like SAP is the Spam of IT.” He laughed and said, “that’s exactly what it is!” But they make their bread and butter with it (pardon the pun), so we didn’t want to be too critical. Here’s the article I wrote if you want to read it.
I really doubt any Mexican restaurant would serve this.
But then I started thinking about. . .SPAM. It’s always in the grocery, but yet, “nobody” eats it. Really? I decided to do a little research.
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Amazon Prime Day laptop deals: what to expect
While we’ve seen demand for cheap laptops rising over the past year – and lots of stock issues at the height of the pandemic – Amazon’s Prime Day laptop deals may still offer some excellent discounts. We’ve seen Apple’s range of luxury MacBooks taking some particularly impressive price cuts over the past few months, especially on the already-cheap MacBook Air 2020, and models like the Asus Vivobook, Acer Swift, and HP Chromebook have all offered lower budget savings as well.
That means we’d recommend checking out this year’s Amazon Prime Day laptop deals for a computer between the $300 and $800 price range. There are more savings to be found further up the price scale at Amazon, on the Dell XPS, Asus Zenbook Pro Duo, and MacBook Pro, for example, but more specialized creative retailers like B&H Photo or the manufacturers themselves have proven to have the edge of price here over 2020.
On the flip side of this rise in demand, however, sits stock issues, most accurately epitomized by the plight of the Chromebook shopper in 2020. Last year we saw HP and Lenovo Chromebooks sitting well under $200 in Amazon Prime Day laptop deals. However a surge in demand has left these machines pushing $250 – $280 sales prices at best in recent months. Plus, over Labor Day we saw HP itself offering far better prices on its HP 15z configurations, so don’t discount manufacturer offers in the cheaper ranges either.
Gaming laptop deals have, however, found a home at Amazon in the past 12 months. Again, you’re better off heading to Dell for Dell G-Series or Alienware rigs, but the cheaper Acer Nitros and HP Omens have had a good record so far in the year, and may be a strong source of Amazon Prime Day laptop deals as well.
If you’re looking to spend between $500 and $1,200, however, you might be tempted to hold off and see what manufacturers offer during Black Friday. While we do typically see higher value laptop deals later on in the year, this isn’t a typical year and with Prime Day coming much closer to the November sales, we don’t know how far Amazon is going to go to try and compete in the busier shopping period.
While it’s likely that there will be flash sales offering lower prices over Black Friday, you’ll have to fight for them. We might, however, see Amazon Prime Day laptop deals, even if they are lightning offers, worthy of last year’s Black Friday-level attention, so don’t hold out expecting cheaper offers in November as they’re not guaranteed, and competition may be higher as well.
Updated Sunroom Tour
Our sunroom is the room where we spend most of our time as a family. I guess you could say it’s more like our living room than a sunroom! It was an addition to the house by the previous owners and my favorite room in the house. It’s the most open room, has vaulted ceilings and has the most natural light. Which no wonder it’s my favorite! Give me all the sunshine!
I’m so excited to share an updated sunroom tour with you today but first let’s take a look back on all of the progress we’ve made.
When we first moved into the home, it was NOT my favorite. It had key lime green walls and stained carpeting. Here’s what it looked like before we bought it…
We painted it gray immediately (Sherwin Williams Light French Gray) but had to live with the carpet for a little while. Eventually we upgraded the entire first floor to vinyl plank flooring and that alone made a world of a difference.
Because the sunroom was an addition and what we *think* was intended to be more of a 3-season room, we really wanted to find a way to make it warmer in the winter months and cooler in the summer months. The windows were builder-grade windows which meant drafts, heat, and poor insulation. Which is why we decided on new windows from Universal Windows Direct** to help with all of that! We swapped out the builder-grade windows for new UniShield windows and we’ve been so happy with them. The other ones were so hard to open and close and half the time I wouldn’t even bother. These are also super easy to clean! Like I mentioned, this room gets super drafty in the winter so this was one of our biggest concerns, and the new windows and insulation will help with that, as well as keep heat out in the summer.
If you’ve been thinking about getting new windows, check out Universal Windows Direct. The entire process was super easy from the first sales meeting to installation! They’re knowledgable and have gone above and beyond, which is super comforting when it comes to making such a big decision!
A few more reasons I’d recommend them:
New windows help save on energy costs and also add instant equity to your home!
They offer a true lifetime guarantee on all parts of the window and it’s even transferrable to new owners for 30 years.
Once the major updates were made, I added furniture and decor that still continues to change overtime. What can I say, I like to switch things up! Here’s a look back at the changes we’ve made over the past 4 years…
Some of the most obvious updates we made were switching out the couch and chair for a sectional and new side tables. We actually got really great deals on these pieces from a local factory outlet store and moved the other pieces into our living room. We’ve gone through multiple rugs in this space too but the most recent rug is black and I love how it makes everything else pop around it! I love it so much I even bought a backup for when this one starts to get too lived on!
I used to have more of a farmhouse theme throughout the house so as my style has evolved, I’ve slowly transitioned out those pieces and added more modern and abstract pieces + some greenery. We upgraded our TV last year and decided to mount it and I’m still working on how I want the area under that to look. Can’t do it all at once!
Some other ways to easily change to the look of the room include swapping out the pillows (or in some cases just the pillow covers), new lamps, and new ottoman decor. I like to change out the pillows and decor with the seasons as well but these pillows and the decor pictured below are how it looks now most times throughout the year!
I’ll share the other side of the room another day because it’s still being updated (new windows coming + changing around the kids toy area). But this room is the heart of our home and we love how it’s turned out over the years. I hope you enjoyed our updated sunroom tour and I can’t wait to share the entire finished product soon! xo
**We received our windows complimentary from Universal Windows Direct in exchange for content creation and promotion. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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What The IP Can Do For You
I keep hearing from folks who are just devoted to IP that it revolutionizes cooking. Yes, it will cook things like roasts, ribs, and frozen chicken in an hour. There are many recipes that are easier with it. But there is the learning curve to get over the fear of the thing going off and how it actually works in practice. The Shumski book has a good amount of instruction on the thing.
At this point, I’m over my compulsion to take a sledgehammer to it. And BF does like much of the food I’ve made with it, both from recipes and on the fly. I also use it as a slow cooker, and no complaints there, although it only heats from the bottom. Like a slow-cooker, it does keep the kitchen cooler if you’re just using it for dinner. Because it can also saute, you may not have to turn on the stove at all. But I can’t say it has “revolutionized” my cooking yet, just gave me another way to make dinner. I’ve not yet come across the “thing” or the trick that gives me the magical understanding of all things IP.
This machine will do whatever you like it to, I suppose. It’s just a matter of finding what you like and want to get out of it, no pun intended. In a home with children, an Instant Pot can likely go a long way in making dinner easier. In a smaller kitchen, it can keep you from turning on the stove and oven, or cook one thing while your countertop oven is baking something else.
If you’re interested in getting one, do read some of the online resources I listed here. Know someone who has one and loves it? Talk to them first, see what they say, and maybe watch them in action. An IP has different ranges of functions in all of its models, so think about what you’d use it for. One day, I’ll make yogurt and dry-bake in it too. For now, it’s good for that turkey-white bean chili, a little chocolate cake, and the egg bites, and anything else we try to do with it. Just makes sure to read the directions and do the “water test” before you put food in it.