The 10 Best Things to Buy from Bed Bath & Beyond’s Epic Clearance Sale (Hello, Dyson!)

updated Mar 3, 2021
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Clearance sales can sometimes be disappointing because, well, the retailer is just trying to get rid of stuff nobody really wanted. But Bed Bath & Beyond’s Clearance Sale is the exact opposite, offering up to 75 percent off popular items from big-name brands including Dyson, Keurig, and many more. There’s that Buffy all-season comforter and Wamsutta bath towels we adore, a budget-friendly (yet super-high-quality) enameled cast iron Dutch oven, and many more editor, reader, and reviewer favorites. So get out your Big Blue coupons and check out these top 10 Bed Bath & Beyond deals before they’re gone.

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These super-soft, plush sheets are made with sateen-woven Pima cotton grown in California. The extra-long fibers and dense weave make this bedding softer, more substantial, and much more durable than other sheet sets with a similar price point.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $299.99

This is a great chance to score a deal on a new Dyson! The Dyson V7 is one of the brand's most popular (and affordable) models. It powerfully cleans both hard floors and carpets, and it quickly and easily converts to a handheld to reach every corner of your space. It also comes with a docking station, which is a big plus.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $159.99

We can't say enough good things about this down alternative all-season comforter. When we tried it for ourselves, we confirmed that, yes, it really does feel like a cloud! It's especially great for this time of year when the weather can't seem to decide if it's winter or spring.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $169.99

Speaking of sprinter (or is it winspring?), Keurig's Hot & Iced Coffee Maker is the best K-cup brewer for anyone who likes to coordinate their morning brew with the weather outside. It lets you easily switch between hot or iced coffee and tea and has some fancy features like a brew strength setting.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $9.99

At this price, it's worth considering stocking up on an entirely new set of these towels, which made our Best List and are surprisingly soft and absorbent given how affordable they are. They're still available in lots of colors, and reviewers note that they get fluffier with every wash.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $69.99

The Artisanal Supply Dutch Oven is just as good as fancy (ahem, expensive) French ones, and it's an editor favorite here at AT. We love that it's taller than most six-quart Dutch ovens and that its handles are generously sized and easy to grip.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $14.99

Spring cleaning also means organizing (sign up for our Spring Cleaning Cure for more on that!), and a few of these stackable drawers would come in handy when it's time to reorganize your closet, pantry, or bathroom cabinets. They're sturdier than most plastic organizers, and the drawers glide in and out easily.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $30.00

Having an automatic soap dispenser at home might seem a bit extra to some people, but they're more hygienic than pump dispensers and tend to prevent extra soap from getting everywhere. Plus, they're just fun to use and might encourage kids (and adults) to wash their hands more often.

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $29.99

Heavy-duty blackout curtains can help you get a better night's sleep, and they have the added bonus of helping to insulate your windows year-round. These curtains come in a set of two and block out 98 percent of light. Just be sure to set an extra alarm the first time you sleep with them installed!

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Bed Bath & Beyond
was $39.99

This plush mattress pad is designed to fit like a glove and stay perfectly in place, even on extra-deep mattresses. It's made from 100 percent cotton for a breathable feel, and it's machine washable.