Macy’s Latest Sale Is the Perfect Excuse to Give Your Space a Spring Refresh

published Apr 14, 2021
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Macy’s is bringing on all the spring feels with their latest sale, which offers 50 percent off warm-weather-ready items in all departments, plus up to an extra 20 percent off select items with promo code SAVE. In the home section alone, there are great deals on almost 50,000 (!!) items, including bedding, small appliances, and bath essentials. Needless to say, just about anything you might have in mind for a little (or big) spring refresh is probably on major sale at Macy’s right now. You can search for whatever you’re looking for on their sale page, but to get you started we chose some of our favorite Macy’s finds that also happen to be extra-affordable right now.

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Macy’s
$16.20
was $36.00

Available in lots of spring-ready colors like Lake, Jade, and Muted Clay, a few of the Hotel Collection's Micro Cotton Towels could brighten up your bathroom for the season and beyond. They're soft and absorbent but also nice and lightweight, which makes them a little bit more appealing than plusher options for warmer weather.

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Macy's
$259.99
was $433.99

The Bissell Crosswave is a multi-surface powerhouse that can tackle hardwood floors, tile, laminate, and area rugs. It basically functions as both a powerful vacuum and a mop, and you can easily toggle between wet or dry modes depending on what type of surface you're cleaning.

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Macy's
$109.64
was $215.00

One of our all-time favorites from Macy's, the Charter Club Damask Sheet Set is also part of the sale, and it'd be a smart bedding choice for spring and summer. These sheets are made from 100 percent Supima cotton, which makes them extra soft yet still breathable, and their subtle stripes make them feel just a tad bit fancy.

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Macy's
$229.95

Since it can air fry, toast, convection bake, and broil all in one compact unit, the Cuisinart TOA-60 is one of our favorite kitchen workhorses. Even though it doesn't take up too much counter space, it can still handle an impressive amount of food — three pounds of chicken wings or a 12-inch pizza, for instance. It may very well end up taking over dinner duty from your everyday oven.

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Macy’s
$25.49
was $50.00

In our testing, all of Macy's Lauren Ralph Lauren pillows have been reliably comfortable, including the Winston Extra Firm, one of the more premium options. This pillow is particularly great for side sleepers since its gusseted design offers extra neck support and eliminates the need to constantly scrunch up your pillow throughout the night.

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Macy’s
$212.49
was $312.99

Despite George Clooney's best efforts, I was hesitant to buy a Nespresso machine. But once I found out the capsules are recyclable, I took the plunge and haven't looked back for years. The VertuoLine Coffee & Espresso Machine is one of their most versatile models and comes with an Aeroccino for making frothy cappuccinos and lattes.

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Macy’s
$24.99
was $120.00

This reversible comforter earned a top spot on our Best List as our favorite down alternative option, and it's also extremely budget friendly (especially right now). We love that it’s surprisingly soft and breathable, which makes it a great choice if you need a lighter-weight comforter to keep you from overheating in the summer.

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Macy's
$21.99
was $61.99

An over-the-door ironing board is a smart space-saver and also a lot less cumbersome than a full-size version. This one easily hooks over any door and has cushioned bumpers to prevent damage.

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Macy’s
$20.99
was $29.99

This cleverly designed food storage set nests in an extremely satisfying way. The lids all click together when not in use, (finally!) putting an end to container-drawer chaos, and they're safe to use in the freezer, microwave, and top rack of the dishwasher.

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Macy’s
$149.99
was $159.95

Simple yet powerful, the Ninja BL770 has enough wattage to turn ice into snow and pulverize almonds for homemade nut butter. It comes with a pitcher for blending, a food processor bowl, and two to-go cups for fresh juices and smoothies.