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9 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Reformation to Dyson

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In today’s sales-bin sweep we found lots of soon-to-be expired deals, so this is no time to dillydally. Act fast to score some of our favorite linen sheets, a pet-hair-busting vacuum, and a mini waffle iron perfect for dorms and small kitchens.

Former Strategist writer Nikita Richardson first told us about this mini waffle iron four years ago. She describes it as palm-size, so you won’t feel guilty about buying yet another kitchen appliance, but you’ll also be delighted each time you use it. “No matter how much I worried that I would overfill the iron, the Dash just kept spitting out tea-plate-size waffles that were perfectly browned and fluffy,” she says. For today only, it’s just $12 at Amazon, making it cheaper than even some of our favorite waffle mix.

More items have been added to the Reformation sale, and the deals are even better with discounts now up to 50 percent off, making these exposed-button corduroys under $75.

And you’ll be happy you snagged this white mini linen number come Labor Day weekend.

Surprise! Brooklinen is having a one-day sale and taking 15 percent off items sitewide. We like this linen quilt set that comes complete with two shams, but if you’re having trouble deciding what to save on, we’ve rounded up all of our favorite pieces from the brand here.

If you want to save even more, take advantage of the sheet bundle — which is a deal on its own — and includes one core sheet set, one duvet cover, and two pillowcases, and, until midnight, an additional 15 percent off.

Here’s a good deal on Clarks’ Wallabee boots, just in time for fall.

Bed, Bath, & Beyond’s warehouse sale, during which items are up to 80 percent off, is still going strong. We spotted this stylish desk (that could also act as a vanity or entryway table) for just $75.

Keep the playroom organized with this stylish toy box.

We’ve tested and written about lots of vacuums and none come close to handling pet hair as well as the Dyson Ball Animal Vacuum. When former Strategist senior writer Karen Iorio Adelson tested it in her home, she emphasized how easily it sucked up tufts of cat fur and “unearthed layers of dust and crumbs that had been buried in my thick living-room rug for months — if not longer.” Today, we found it at Best Buy for $150 off.

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9 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Reformation to Dyson