In today’s midday sweep of the internet’s collective sales bins, we found a bunch of giftable Mother’s Day picks, whether your mom prefers roses or wine, along with some warm-weather gifts for yourself, like lawn games and not-too-schlubby shorts.
In addition to groceries and toilet paper, sommelier-approved wine can be delivered right to your front door, and this electric wine opener and stopper will help you open any bottle and, on the off-chance you don’t finish it in one sitting, preserve it, too.
JLab Audio Bluetooth headphones are known for their long-lasting battery and “clear sound,” meaning you can get through a full day of Zoom meetings without needing to recharge.
This box of real, but preserved, roses from Venus et Fleur is guaranteed to last a year, and though it’s still a splurge, we rarely see it on sale. (If you’re looking for something a little less expnsive for Mother’s Day, there’s lots of other on-sale options up to 30 percent off at Neiman Marcus with the code TREATMOM.)
Wayfair is donating 10 percent of the profits from their save-big, give-back sale to the Feeding America COVID-19 Response Fund. This Nordic lawn game, which is like a combination of bowling and horseshoes, is included in the sale, and you can play it in your backyard or neighborhood park (at a distance from others, of course).
Just over $100 for this lightweight, goose-down comforter is a pretty good deal, especially since it will make hot and humid summer nights a little more bearable.
When it comes to finding lightweight outerwear for our current transitional weather, Chris Black recommends chore-style coats, like this $55 denim pick.
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