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11 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Baggu to Cuisinart

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Whether your New Year’s resolution is to cook more, run more, or even sleep more, there’s something for everyone in today’s roundup of the internet’s best sales, like a 17-piece baking set, a pair of moisture-wicking leggings, and a snooze-inducing eye pillow. (And if you didn’t get quite what you wanted this holiday season, we found some highly discounted gifts for yourself, too.)

Airborne Vitamin C Gummies (2-Pack)
$33 for 2
$33 for 2

Michelle Zauner, the singer-songwriter who performs under the moniker Japanese Breakfast, told us that these gummies — which are formulated with immune system-boosting vitamins A, C, E, magnesium, and zinc — are her go-to for staving off sore throats.

Uniqlo just added lots of in-season items to their sale section, including this limited-edition parka in a (surprisingly neutral) wavy print — for a scant $50.

If your New Year’s resolution includes making more meals from scratch, this 17-piece cooking and baking set from Cuisinart comes with more than enough gadgets — like a pizza cutter and jar spatula — to get you started.

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To pair with the puffer above, some of our favorite reusable bags in a funky contrast print.

If you promised yourself that 2021 will be the year you finally sign up for that fitness class, these sweat-wicking leggings, still available in sizes 1X to 4X, will help you do the job.

Anthropologie is taking an extra 40 percent off sale items, bringing this dried-lavender-filled eye mask down to a soothing $12.

Urban Outfitters has also added new items to its sale section, including these cool-teen-approved, vintage-inspired Reeboks.

$30

We found this subtly branded, limited-edition tee from Carrots By Anwar “Carrots” Washington, too.

Macy’s is taking up to 60 percent off select bath and home items with code HOME, like this hotel-level bathrobe in a breathable waffled cotton.

$100 at Macy's
Buy
with code: HOME

Also from Macy’s sale section, a Martha Stewart sheet set with a not-too-twee scalloped edge.