You Can Save Big on All Your Favorite Brands Right Now at Macy’s (Yup, Even KitchenAid)

published Oct 13, 2020
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One interesting side effect of the sale extravaganza that is Amazon Prime Day is that it’s become so popular that it’s inspired other brands to create competing sales events, too. This means that if you’re searching for the absolute best deals on the internet, you have more options than ever. For example, Macy’s has a 3-day sale event specifically coinciding with Prime Day—and when it comes to their home goods category, Macy’s has deals that rival Amazon’s when it comes to bedding, cookware, and more. 

So if you’re all about saving as much money as possible, it’s worth checking out this week’s Macy’s sale. And if you’re just looking to see the best of the best deals, here’s a quick list of the most savings-packed steals and deals from the retailer.

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Macy’s
$58.99
was $170.00

Coming in 19 different shades, this sheet set is also (surprise) heavily discounted and looks as luxurious as it feels, according to customer reviews—and Commerce Editor Nicole Lund!

2 / 9
Macy's
$14.00
was $20.00

At 30 percent off, these highly rated pillows are a wonderful deal. You can choose between three densities depending on how firm or soft you like your pillow to be. There are also both King and Queen options, so if you’ve been meaning to upgrade your master bedroom pillows to the larger versions, this is a great time to do so.

3 / 9
Macy's
$319.99
was $399.99

Ah, the infamous KitchenAid mixer. There’s a reason why it’s on everyone’s wedding registry—it’s expensive but totally worth it, especially if you’re into baking (my arm hurts just thinking of mixing cookie dough by hand). This 15 percent off deal from Macy’s is an excellent deal—and how great is that blue color?

4 / 9
Macy’s
$16.20
was $36.00

Everyone needs to invest in soft, cozy, hotel-quality towels at some point. It makes self care routines so much more enjoyable, and saves you the embarrassment of having guests use old, stained towels that you’ve gotten too used to. These towels come in a variety of colors and combine two deals to come out at less than $15 per towel.

5 / 9
Macy’s
$27.99
was $120.00

Everyone needs a nice, quality down-like comforter. So if you’re still using your college comforter that you bought for as cheap as possible, then consider this a sign to upgrade. With the combination of discounts and deals, this popular Martha Stewart comforter goes from $120 to $50—impossible to argue with that!

6 / 9
Macy’s
$69.93
was $199.99

A Dutch oven can seem intimidating if you’re not a wizard in the kitchen, but it’s actually the most foolproof tool to make delicious meals. It can be used for everything from slow cooking meats to baking homemade bread—plus, it looks beautiful sitting on an exposed shelf or cabinet.

7 / 9
Macy's
$379.99
was $839.99

Investing in cookware isn't exactly a sexy way to spend one’s hard-earned money. But it is so, so worth it. This All-Clad set is usually close to $1,000. But with these Macy’s deals? It rings up at just $349.99. That is a jaw-droppingly good price for pots and pans that will literally last for decades.

8 / 9
Macy’s
$154.00
was $220.00

This gigantic weighted blanket is baby soft and comes in three different neutral colors, so you can keep it on your bed or your sofa. At 18 lbs. it's heavy enough to encourage feelings of relaxation while still being light enough to easily move around. Even better? It makes an excellent gift.

9 / 9
Macy’s
$169.99
was $249.99

This coffee machine combines a traditional drip coffee maker with the ease of a single-cup brewer. It’s the best of both worlds, and is heavily discounted from its original $249.99 price tag right now. For people who drink a lot of coffee but often have guests who are used to single-use pod coffee machines, this is an excellent choice—and would make a perfect housewarming gift, too.