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10 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Sunday Riley to Shark

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Today’s rummage through the internet’s sale bins turned up a slew of sizable deals for both you and Dad. There’s a tinted moisturizer beloved by makeup artists, a sturdy camping chair that packs up into a backpack, and a magnetic phone wallet to keep cards close at hand.

You wouldn’t think to shop at Verizon for Apple accessories, but sometimes its discounts just can’t be beat. Case in point: This leather MagSafe card case — compatible with iPhone 12 models and above — is now 50 percent off for a limited time.

If you’d rather keep your phone and finances separate, here’s a travel-friendly card case from Coach. It’s on sale in taupe, yellow, and the pink color shown here.

Over at Best Buy, Apple’s rarely discounted AirTag tracker is also on sale. It would make a thoughtful gift for the dad who is always losing his wallet or keys.

MacSports Mac Wagon
$96
$96

Strategist readers, writers, and hundreds of Amazon reviewers all rely on this MacSports wagon to schlep everything from snacks to sports gear across town.

This vintage-inspired lawn chair is made from soft, woven polyester that doesn’t stick or pinch. Plus it has backpack straps for easy carrying.

Beloved by Strategist readers, skin-care experts, and even Reddit, this exfoliating treatment from Sunday Riley — which promises to even out, exfoliate, and brighten skin — is now 15 percent off at Nordstrom.

As is Laura Mercier’s SPF-infused tinted moisturizer, which is a longtime favorite among Strategist writers, celebrities, and makeup artists alike for its natural-looking coverage and hydrating formula.

This well-reviewed vacuum from Shark was designed with pet hair in mind, so it’s outfitted with a self-cleaning brush-roll to prevent hair-wrap. (It also has a removable battery that can be charged in or out of the unit.)

Keep this mini-fridge in the bathroom to prolong the life of your skin-care products or in the garage for extra drink storage.

“My great-nephews and great-niece are crazy about them,” writes one five-star reviewer of this plushy six-pack from Squishmallows, one of our go-to brands for gifts for kids. For a limited time, each one works out to just $2.50 a Squish.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

10 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Sunday Riley to Shark