Shoppers can start the new year off right by snagging deals at New Year’s Day clearance sales. The last great gasp of the holiday shopping season, New Year’s Day offers many good sales, and we’ve picked out a few of our favorites. Some of these deals require you to print certain coupons or present them on your smartphone. These deals are offered by national chains whose stores will be open on New Year’s Day.
Revelers may have been banging pots and pans on New Year’s Eve, but J.C. Penney is featuring pots and pans, appliances and other home items in a New Year’s sale. Get 15% off regular, sale and clearance priced home items at J.C. Penney in stores with a printed coupon or online with the promo code “POTSPANS.” If you use your J.C. Penney card, your savings go up to 20% off. This deal is available until Feb. 29.
Grocery deals are at the center of Target’s New Year’s Day sale, but the bargains require you to print coupons from the Target coupons site. Standout deals on offer on New Year’s Day include buy two, get one free on TGI Friday’s frozen appetizers; $2 off any jumbo pack or larger of Huggies diapers; $2 off any Bic Soleil, Flex or Hybrid 3 Comfort disposable razor; and $4 off two 16-count or larger Peet’s coffee K-cup packs.
Dick’s Sporting Goods
The Dick’s Sporting Goods New Year’s deal requires you to visit a physical store and present a printed paper coupon, but the deal is worth it. In-store shoppers can get $20 off any purchase of $100 or more if they have that coupon, in a deal that lasts through Jan. 10.
The New Year, New You sale at Amazon features a range of discounted products all geared toward keeping New Year’s resolutions and making better and healthier decisions. The featured deals come and go in Amazon “lightning sale” style, and you never know what you’ll see on sale. But the products all help with fitness, health, home organization, money management or other areas in which you may be turning over a new leaf for the new year.
Some store hours and availability may vary, so make a resolution to call the stores before making a trip.
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