Instant Pots Are Officially on Sale for Presidents' Day Weekend

Shanon Maglente
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From Good Housekeeping

Presidents' Day weekend happens to be one of the best times of the year to shop mattresses and big furniture sales. But you can also find some great deals on clothes, appliances, and electronics. Regardless of what you're looking to shop this weekend, we've found the very best Presidents' Day sales. Take a look:

Our favorite Presidents' Day deals

Best Presidents' Day deals on furniture & home

Anthropologie

Right now, take an extra 25% off sale furniture and score free express shipping on orders $150 and up

Artifact Uprising

Use code "WEEKEND15" for 15% off orders over $150.

Ashley Furniture

Take up to 60% off select dining and 30% off plus extra 10% off sitewide with code "PRESIDENT."

Bed, Bath, and Beyond

Now through Presidents' Day, take up to 50% off select items sitewide.

Bloomingdale's

Take up to 50% off home and furniture clearance.

Chewy

Save up to 30% on pet supplies.

Cost Plus World Market

Save up to 25% on wall art and decor.

Framebridge

Take 30% off Galentine's Day Duo custom frame set (usually $130).

Home Depot

Houzz

Take up to 75% off sitewide, including rugs, lighting, and outdoor furniture.

Lulu & Georgia

Now through February 18:

  • Take 15% off orders over $500 with code "TAKE15."
  • Take 20% off orders over $1000 with code "TAKE20."
  • Take 25% off orders over $1500 with code "TAKE25."

Macy's

From February 15-23, take 20% off home sales and clearance.

Minted

Enjoy 25% off all save-the-dates with code "ENGAGED" until February 17.

Modsy

Use code "LOVE" to score 20% off design packages, now through Presidents' Day.

Nordstrom

Save on home essentials and decor, including:

Pier 1

Pottery Barn

Serena & Lily

Take up to 60% off sale styles, including furniture, rugs, and more.

The Inside

Use code "PREZ15" to save 15% sitewide and "PREZ20" to save 20% off orders over $500 until February 17.

Walmart

Save up to 30% on Savings Spotlight now through Presidents' Day weekend.

Wayfair

Now through February 18:

Best Presidents' Day deals on mattresses and bedding

Allswell

Now through February 18, take 15% off mattresses and 20% off bedding.

Amazon

Amerisleep

Ashley Furniture

Save big on queen beds and save up to 50% on select mattresses.

Bear Mattress

Now through February 25, take 20% off sitewide with code "PRES20," plus score two free pillows with your mattress purchase.

Bed, Bath, and Beyond

Valid now through President's Day weekend:

Birch

Now through February 29, use code "PRES200" to score $200 off any mattress.

Brooklinen

From February 13-17, take 15% off sitewide.

Brooklyn Bedding

Take 25% off sitewide and storewide during their Presidents' Day Sale now through 17.

Burrow

Now through February 23 use code "PREZ" to take:

  • 10% off orders up to $1499.
  • $200 off orders $1500 and up.
  • $250 off orders $1800 and up.
  • $300 off orders $2200 and up.

Crane & Canopy

Take up to 70% off bedding, sheets, and home decor from February 13-17.

GhostBed

Take 25% off sitewide with code "PRES25."

Gravity Blanket

Get 15% off all blankets and throws with code "LOVE," now through February 15.

Helix

Right now, you can score free Dream pillows and:

  • Use code "PRES200" to save $200 on orders $1,750 and up.
  • Use code "PRES150" to save $150 on orders $1,250 and up.
  • Use code "PRES100" to save $100 on any mattress.

Home Depot

Take up to 30% off bedding and bath.

Layla Sleep

Now through March 2:

Leesa

Right now, get:

Mattress Firm

For a limited time, save up to $600 on a qualifying mattress purchase and score a free adjustable base with code "ELEVATE."

Mellanni

Take up to 33% off 1800 Collection Sheet Set from February 17-23.

Nordstrom

Save up to 50% on bedding.

Purple

Save up to $350 on mattress and sleep bundles.

Saatva

Get $100 off any purchase of $500 and up, valid through February 18.

Walmart

Take up to 30% off select mattresses during Presidents' Day weekend.

Wayfair

Zinus

From February 16-28, select Zinus products will be 35% off.

Best Presidents' Day deals on appliances

Kitchen appliances and cookware

Amazon

Bed, Bath, and Beyond

Take up to $150 off small kitchen appliances, from brands like Crock-Pot, Instant Pot, and KitchenAid.

Best Buy

Take up to 40% off major appliances.

Home Depot

Lowe's

Nordstrom

Get up to 50% off tabletop and kitchen.

Wayfair

Vacuums and floor care

Amazon

Bed, Bath, and Beyond

Walmart

Best Presidents' Day deals on clothing and beauty

Ably Apparel

  • On Valentine's Day, take 25% off your entire purchase with code "SWEETHEART."
  • On Presidents' Day, use code "PD25" to take 25% off sitewide.

Bonobos

Score up to 50% off sale items.

Boohoo

The entire site is 80% off now through February 17.

Boston Proper

Right now, shop styles up to 75% off clearance styles.

Colgate

Take 30% off Colgate Optic Teeth Whitening Kit.

Columbia

Take up to 70% off select Columbia Sportswear.

Crocs

Buy one, get one 40% off in Crocs stores over Presidents’ Day/Valentine’s Day Weekend.

DiscountGlasses.com

Take 30% off with code "PRESIDENTS30", valid February 15-21.

Draper James

Right now, take up to 60% off dresses, tops, bottoms, and accessories.

Fossil

Now through February 17, take 30% off your purchase with code "LOVE30."

Guess

From February 14-17, take 30-50% off select styles, and up to 60% off select Marciano outerwear.

HSN

  • Now through February 17, score free shipping and take advantage of their five-month 0% payment plan on top Home Office Solution.
  • From February 14-17, score free shipping and handling on all electronics.
  • From February 17-23, all televisions ship free and can be paid on a six-month 0% interest plan.

Lensabl

From February 14-17:

  • Use code "PRESIDENTS20" for 20% off one pair of lens replacement
  • Use code "HAPPY25" for 25% off two pairs of lens replacement
  • Use code "HAPPY30" for 30% off three or more pairs of lens replacement.

Macy's

From February 15-23, take 15% off clearance shoes, suits, coats, and dresses.

ModCloth

From February 14-18, take advantage of their "Sale on Sale 25% off."

Naturalizer

Save 25% on sale items now through February 18 with code "ADD25."

Nordstrom

Nordstrom Rack

February 14-17, take an extra 25% off clearance items, or “red tag” items, at Nordstrom Rack stores and online at Nordstromrack.com.

NYDJ

From February 14-17, take 30% off all sale styles and get free shipping on orders over $100.

Oral-B

Take 31% off Oral-B 8000 electric toothbrush now through February 16.

Saks Off Fifth

Shopbop

Shop new markdowns at up to 40% off.

Skagen

From February 15-17, watches start at $69.99 and accessories start at $9.99.

Soma

Sperry

Right now, shop sale items at up to 40% off.

T.J. Maxx

Save up to 60% on clearance items, and get free shipping on orders over $89 with code SHIP89.

Best Presidents' Day sales on electronics

Amazon

Right now, save on Amazon devices like:

Best Buy

Take up to $100 off Hisense TVs.

Brother

Right now, take up to 33% off Brother printers and label makers.

eBay

Take up to 88% off select watches, up to 76% off travel accessories, and 30% off gaming and tech.

PhoneSoap

Now through February 17, buy one, get one 50% off the entire site with code "SWEET50."

Samsung

Now through February 18:

Satechi

From February 14-17, take 15% off orders with code "SAVESATECHI."

Walmart

Right now, take:

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