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Presidents Day deals abound

6:52 AM, Feb 21, 2011   |    comments
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BUFFALO, NY - Presidents Day is a holiday for many with a complete round-up of big discounts and sales.

The best part is you don't even need to leave the comfort of your home (or bed) to do it. Here's a round-up of the biggest sales online. If you can make it out of your house today, this is also a superb day for vehicle and furniture shopping in-store, with incentives galore.

JC Penny: CLICK HERE. 50% Off entire stock of furniture and mattresses. Other discounts available store-wide but not on this scale.

Macy's: CLICK HERE.

Mostly everything is on sale at Macy's, but get an additional 15% of shoes, clothes, home, bed & bath, kitchen, and more with a special coupon code. And if you spend more than $99, shipping is free. Sale ends 2/21.

Overstock.com: CLICK HERE.

Discounts are wide-spread particularly in the home-improvement and furniture sections. Keep an eye on the Clearance Bin and redline deals with prices changing and lowering throughout the day.

Target: CLICK HERE.

Discounts focused primarily on electronics with a decent round-up of "power discounts" available from the main page.

Bloomingdale's:CLICK HERE.

Two sales at the online Bloomies store might be of interest, the first gets you savings of 20-40% of women, contemporary, men, shoes, handbags, and kids. For home items, save 20-65%. Sale ends 2/21.

Lord & Taylor: CLICK HERE.

This L&T coupon code gets you an additional 20% off regular, sale and clearance products in their online store - in the women, men, shoes, handbags, kids and home categories. And there's free shipping if you spend over $99. Sale ends on 2/21.

Dell: CLICK HERE.

Up to 30% off laptops, desktops, monitors, and more. Plus free shipping. Additional upgrades and incentives available.  Sale ends 2/21.

Macmall: CLICK HERE.

An above-average Presidents Day round-up of Mac and iPod discounts. Since Apple strictly controls the pricing of its products, Macmall (one of my favorite Mac retailers) has gone as low as they can go.

WGRZ

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