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18 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Eberjey to Ghia

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With discounts of up to 50 percent on several Strategist favorites, the state of sales is truly excellent as we close out the week. There’s an oxygen-pumping, impossible-to-kill snake plant; savings of more than $100 on Common Projects sneakers; and a dead-spot-eliminating Wi-Fi system for seamless coverage across your entire home. (As always, if you want even more deals sent straight to your inbox, sign up for our email newsletter.)

This weekend only, all loungewear at Eberjey — the makers of our favorite buttery-soft pj’s — is 50 percent off when you use the code LOUNGE at checkout. We’d snag this summer-ready cotton set, available in six colors (from charcoal heather to black to oatmeal, shown above), with shorts that tie at the waist for a perfect fit.

The sale can also be applied to already-on-sale loungewear, bringing this breathable ribbed jumpsuit, which has a stretchy enough waistline for expectant moms, down from $139 to just over $50 while stock lasts.

Buying a snake plant — which produces more oxygen than any other houseplant — is a delightfully low-maintenance way to improve the air quality in your home or office cubicle. It requires barely any light, only needs to be watered every two weeks, and grows vertically instead of sprawling out across your space.

After testing seven different coverage-enhancing Wi-Fi systems, tech columnist David Pogue named this Eero system the best overall and the one he’d be using in his home going forward. That’s because the beacons plug straight into outlets (read: no more wires to trip on), also function as nightlights, and can be managed via Eero’s “fantastic” app.

Until Monday, Anthropologie is taking an extra 40 percent off already-on-sale items with no discount code required. For example, this cotton-linen dress (with two subtle, handy pockets) can now be nabbed for less than $60…

… while this gingham top, designed by L.A.-based Hungarian designer Eva Franco, is now available for less than $30, in standard, petite, and plus sizes.

If you’re planning to host some summer dinner parties, Anthropologie’s sale also applies to this very sculptural candle. At just $15 while supplies last, we’d buy one to burn and another to display as permanent decor.

This backpack from business-traveler-favorite Tumi is a workhorse. There’s a hidden zip compartment for shoes, a secure internal slip for keeping your water bottle upright, and a key leash and laptop pocket, all wrapped up in Tumi’s tear-resistant, easy-to-clean nylon outer. And, of course, it comes with the company’s standard five-year warranty.

Common Projects’ Achilles shoe almost never goes on sale — and never goes out of style — see our guides to the best white sneakers, the best travel shoes, the best monochrome sneakers, etc. So we’re particularly excited to see it’s available at Saks in a vast range of sizes with an over $130 discount.

For those who’d rather feel the sun on their toes, we’re just as happy to endorse these daisy-printed platforms from Urban Outfitters. (For a limited time, you can take 40 percent off while gaining nearly four inches of height.)

Several experts we’ve spoken to love Ruggable’s easy-to-clean rugs. (Interior designer Sherri Monte says they’re “without question the best washable rugs we use,” while podcast producer Haleema Shah says both of hers always brighten up noticeably after a spin in the machine.) They can even handle red-wine stains, meaning you should have no fear picking up this pleasing white-and-light-blue design, now 15 percent off with code FARMFLASH22.

Madewell’s summer sale is still going strong, with 30 percent off both full-price and on-sale items with code HEATWAVE. That includes this flattering black tee with an on-trend dropped shoulder …

… as well as these fisherman flats, a style that our friends at the Cut have declared is back once again this summer.

Our favorite (new-mom-tested) smart bassinet is 20 percent off as part of Happiest Baby’s Father’s Day sale. Designed by decorated Swiss designer Yves Béhar, it automatically adjusts its rocking motion to respond to a baby’s cries and includes a safe “SNOO Sack” to swaddle the baby in and ensure they stay on their back. It’s admittedly an investment, but we’d encourage you to read our tester’s review to understand just how much of a miracle worker it is.

There’s a reason we always shout when Baggu bags go on sale. They’re light, easy to clean, incredibly strong, and take up almost no space in your work bag until they’re needed for the mid-commute grocery shop.

Warmer months call for looser pants, and these high-waisted Levi’s manage to be somehow roomy and fitted all at once. The tapered cuff also gives your ankles room to breathe, unlike many wider pants, where excess fabric flops around your shoes unless you’re sitting down.

Ghia Le Spritz
$60 for 12
$60 for 12

Lastly, you can save 15 percent on packs of Ghia’s new classic canned Spritzes — which have no added sugar — all weekend long. (We’re pairing our purchase with its new, Nutella-rivaling hazelnut spread.)

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18 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Eberjey to Ghia