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9 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Hay to REI

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It’s the last day of Hay’s fall sale, plus there are plenty of other steals from Target, Nordstrom, and REI to be had. As always, you can shop all the best discounts here, and sign up for our email newsletter for even more picks.

The transitional months call for new bedding. This blush duvet-and-sham set is half off and features lightweight, 100 percent cotton sateen.

A bunch of games are on sale at Amazon, including this UNO remix that can be customized with write-on cards.

And if you’re looking for a spooky activity for the kids this Halloween, this Hocus Pocus–inspired card game lets players work together to stop the Sanderson sisters from brewing their evil potion.

We think these extra-chunky loafers (which look similar to our best platform loafer) would pair nicely with flared jeans or your favorite work pants.

Or make this short-sleeved jumpsuit — featuring plenty of pockets and a dusty-blue hue — your new fall uniform.

From $175

It’s the final day of Hay’s autumn sale, with 15 percent off sitewide. Similar to the cordless lamp former Strategist writer Chloe Anello named the best thing she bought last year, this table light is 20 percent off in the black colorway.

Hay Neon Tube LED
From $32
From $32
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Strategist writer Erin Schwartz purchased this Dan Flavin–esque tube lamp to counteract a dingy kitchen overhead light. “Unlike other LED light bars or light strips, where you can pick out individual bulbs, the glow of the Hay light bar is fairly smooth and seamless, creating a warm, ambient glow,” Schwartz says.

From $32 at HAY
with code: CYBER5

An exceptionally good deal on an actually nice-looking robot vacuum. This one can run up to 100 minutes on a single charge and can handle up to a 1,000-square-foot space.

Strategist editor Maxine Builder owns a version of this tent and has taken it camping in the Grand Tetons and on overnight sea-kayak adventures in Maine. Builder says it’s “not too big, keeps you dry when it rains,” and is “easy to put up (and take down).”

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Sales You’ll Actually Want to Shop: From Hay to REI