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The Strategist’s Two-Day (Actually Good) Sale Is Here

Deals on over 50 of our favorite things, just for our readers.

Illustration: by María Jesús Contreras
Illustration: by María Jesús Contreras
Illustration: by María Jesús Contreras

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Whether it’s Cyber Monday, Amazon Prime Day, or just a regular Friday, we pride ourselves on our ability to sniff out the best deals from the depths of the internet’s sale bins. But for the third year in a row, we’ve done some deal-making of our own. Welcome to the second day of the Strategist’s Two-Day (Actually Good) Sale.

We’ve put together over 50 deals exclusively for readers of the Strategist on some of our most-stood-behind products. And true to the event’s name, they’re available at some of the best prices we’ve ever seen — in some cases, the best prices they’ve ever been. We’re taking up to 70 percent off cult beauty products, highly giftable fitness gear (which would make excellent Mother’s Day gifts), furniture and décor for every room, and a few reader favorites from last year’s event.

All of the sale’s deals are now live, and you can continue shopping them until 11:59 p.m. ET tonight, Wednesday, April 27. But if you missed a deal or just want to stay on top of our future sales coverage, sign up for our newsletter here so you won’t miss a thing.

Quick-Drying Japanese Bath Towels for Musty Bathrooms

Onsen’s Japanese-style bath towels are a favorite of our deals writer Leah Muncy, who says their quick-drying waffle weave is more durable, absorbent, and shrink-resistant than other waffle towels she has tried. And because they dry in about half the time of a regular bath towel, they’re excellent for those with musty bathrooms. Onsen’s offerings hardly ever go on sale, but Strategist readers can take 25 percent off the Onsen Bath Towel Set (in any color) today — the deepest discount we’ve seen this year — with code ONSEN25.

Our Favorite Cannabis Infuser — at Its Lowest Price Ever

$400

The Levo II took the top spot in our best-cannabis-infusers story, with many experts noting its chic look and simple-to-use design. And while the Levo is specifically meant to make cannabis-infused oils for baking or cooking projects, you can also experiment with non-cannabis botanical infusions. With code STRATEGIST, the gadget is on sale for 26 percent off, the cheapest it has ever been — and it’s part of an exclusive bundle that includes an oil sprayer, a set of two gummy molds, and an herb block tray, so you can start infusing as soon as the package arrives. (It also comes with a cookbook to help you figure out how to use it.)

A Three-Pack of Brightly Colored Cutting Boards Made From Recycled Kitchen Plastic

We love Material Kitchen’s knife, whisk, stainless-steel skillet, and yes, cutting boards (which have such a cult following they frequently sell out in certain colors). The boards are made from recycled scraps of kitchen plastic, making them good for the environment and lighter-weight than a lot of their wooden counterparts. They come in five bright but matte colors, and when you bundle three of them together, Material gives you a discounted price that shows up when you add to cart. Even better, with code STRATEGIST, you’ll get an additional 20 percent off.

The Nail Polish That Lasts So Long “It’s Kind of Freaky”

Beloved by several New York staffers, Olive & June’s nail polish is nontoxic, quick to dry, and ridiculously long-lasting. That’s because it’s formulated with a higher concentration of resin, making it more durable and chip-resistant than most polishes on the market. “My nails were shiny, bright, and chip-free for over seven days,” wrote the Cut’s former senior writer Kathleen Hou after testing it back in 2019. “The manicure lasted so long that I found myself wishing the polish would let go of its Tracy Flick–like determination and quit already.” Olive & June hardly ever offers sales (its last was in November, in fact), but today only, Strategist readers can take 30 percent off select nail-polish and press-on kits with code STRATEGIST30. That includes the Mani System, the Pedi system, the Complete System, the Press-On Mani System, and the travel-friendly Mani Weekender. Shipping is free on orders over $45.

An Ergonomic WFH Upgrade That’s 15 Percent Off

Branch is the maker of one of our favorite ergonomic desk chairs, which chiropractor and licensed acupuncturist Dr. Jasmine Bhoola describes as “comfortable and completely customizable.” Its Daily Chair is 15 percent off today only with the code NYMAG15, its best deal ever. The rolling desk chair comes with lumbar support, adjustable armrests, and a medium-firm cushion that holds up to hours spent working from home. The chair comes in three colors, including sky blue and a greenish beige, and is even ecofriendly — it’s made from 70 percent recycled materials, and is 96 percent recyclable post-use.

A Versatile Standing Desk for Working From Home

With the great work-from-home revolution well established, an adjustable sit-to-stand desk may be just what your home office (or WFH corner) ordered. Dan Seifert, deputy editor of the Verge, says the Jarvis Standing desk from Fully “has served me well for about four years now.” It’s a comfortable, stable, easy-to-adjust desk that Seifert and his Verge colleagues highly recommend. By using the code STRATEGIST15, you can get any desk in the Jarvis line for 15 percent off. Fully is also extending the 15 percent discount to your entire order with the purchase of a Jarvis desk, the best deal the brand has offered this year.

A Nonalcoholic Spirit for Mixing Up Mood-Lifting Mocktails

In our guide to creating an alcohol-free home bar, multiple experts recommended this sober-friendly spirit loaded with adaptogens and nootropics. Among them was Jeremy Mustakas, director of restaurants for ABC, who calls the High Rhode flavor a “must-have,” with botanicals like citrus and hibiscus. (​​Mustakas loves his mixed with black-currant juice and lime.) You can order up to three bottles of High Rhode at 20 percent off using our exclusive code: KINSTRATEGIST.

Cozy, Organic Kids’ Pajamas in Every Color of the Rainbow

Primary is beloved by many a parent for its bright and colorful kids’ clothing that is good-looking and durable enough to enter the hand-me-down trade yet more reasonably priced than that of many higher-end brands. Among said parents is Strat senior editor Jen Trolio, a mother of two daughters whose favorite colors change by the day; their tastes are especially well served by Primary’s many designs, which conveniently come in a literal rainbow of solid colors, as well as stripes and gender-neutral prints. (It doesn’t hurt that the brand’s customer service is also top-notch.) Primary is currently offering 25 percent off all its soft and cozy organic-cotton pajamas, but with code STRATEGIST20, you can get an additional 20 percent off during the Spring PJ Sale, plus free shipping on orders of $35 or more — an even better deal than the “Friends & Family” sitewide sale the brand offered earlier this year.

A Trusty Tote Bag With Generous Proportions

Madewell’s sturdy, reliable tote bags are raved about by working women for their accessible price point and ability to hold a “laptop, water bottle, and all the toys my kids swear they want to play with that I get stuck carrying home.” The versatile Sydney tote features both top handles and crossbody straps, plus expandable side gussets for an even roomier silhouette — perfect for tossing in gym clothes, heels, toiletries, and anything else you might need to schlep throughout the day. Madewell is taking 20 percent off the Sydney with code STRATEGIST20, which matches the discount we snagged on its Transport tote during our two-day sale last year.

A Best-selling Houseplant That Thrives in Direct Light

“There’s no denying its charm,” former Strategist writer David Notis wrote of the famed fiddle-leaf fig back in 2018. “Something about its spindly trunk and oversize leaves gives it an organic, almost Jurassic look you don’t see in other houseplants.” We’ve since seen the fiddle leaf pop up just about everywhere, from boutiques to house tours to Instagram feeds. Its appeal, however, is not just in its appearance: It’s (relatively) low-maintenance, requiring bright-to-indirect light and watering only once per week. Fiddle-leaf figs are best-sellers at the Sill — our go-to brand for mail-ordering plants — and for that very reason they hardly ever go on sale. Today, however, the Sill is offering Strategist readers 30 percent off the Small Fiddle Leaf Fig (in both the Hyde and Grant terra-cotta planters) with code STRAT30 — the cheapest it has been all year.

A Surprisingly Versatile (and Frequently Sold Out) Unitard

We’re huge fans of Girlfriend Collective’s size inclusivity and slow-fashion approach, and this (frequently sold out) bike unitard is one of our most-recommended items from the brand. Strategist writer Dominique Pariso says the one-piece has a “Tour de France meets beginner ballet class” aesthetic that’s well worth the wait, while social-media manager and activist Kara Smith calls it “flattering and functional.” (Chalk it up to a warm-weather-friendly short length and a compressive material that feels supportive even during burpees and squats.) You can get it in any color for 25 percent off with code STRATEGIST25, which is the best deal so far this year.

The Best Subscription-Free Video Doorbell

If you need a video doorbell but can’t be bothered with another subscription service, Mark Steinberg, senior technologist at B&H Photo, recommends this option from Eufy because it has “good privacy features, good security features, and all of the recordings are sent from the actual camera to your app.” It’s also simple to install, has 2K HD video and two-way audio, and lasts an amazing 180 days off of one charge. The doorbell is now $41 off with the code StrategistEufy, the brand’s best offer so far this year.

Peace of Mind for Any Impending Apocalypses

Kardashian-adjacent brand Judy offers thoughtfully compiled and incongruously stylish premade disaster-prep kits. This one, the Mover Max, suits a household of four and contains 72 hours’ worth of food and water, as well as essential tools and first-aid equipment ranging from a hand-crank radio to glow sticks and rescue blankets. Well worth stashing under your bed for peace of mind as much as anything else, the 53-item kit fits into a bright-orange waterproof backpack that’s ideal for families who need to get on the move fast. Get prepared for 25 percent off — the steepest discount you’ll see all year — with code BESTDEAL25. Shipping is free.

A Collection of Sichuan Pantry Staples to Add a Bit of Spice

In their ultimate guide to chile crisps, our colleagues over at Eater said that Fly By Jing’s is their most-used, with “an ideal ratio of oil to chile flakes.” Since it first launched several years ago, the hype hasn’t died down, and the company has since produced a bunch of other products, all inspired by the “soulful hole-in-the-wall eateries” of Chengdu, China, the founder’s hometown. You can get many of them in this Year of Taste Box — the original chile crisp, Zhong dumpling sauce, pepper oils, and more — for 30 percent off (making it the best it has ever offered) with code STRAT30.

An Alarm Clock That Dupes the Sunrise

Many sleep experts recommend a gentle-wake alarm clock that uses light to help ease you out of restful slumber instead of jolting you awake with a blaring sound. The Hatch Restore not only mimics a natural sunrise to make your mornings more pleasant but also works as a bedside light-and-sound machine and lets you set custom sleep-and-wake routines. Today, Strategist readers can get 15 percent off the Hatch off using code STRATEGIST15 — the best deal of the year so far.

Handmade Ceramics Stylish Enough for Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Jono Pandolfi’s dinnerware comes recommended by our colleagues at Eater and has a decidedly fine-dining pedigree. This coupe bowl, for instance, was originally designed to showcase the pasta served at the NoMad Hotel in Los Angeles. But unlike the fine china you might associate with white tablecloths, Pandolfi’s statement dinnerware is sturdy enough for regular use at home. (According to our editor Maxine Builder, who has collected a few of his pieces over the years, it’s dishwasher safe and microwave friendly.) So even if your cooking isn’t quite Michelin-starred, your boxed mac ’n’ cheese (or side salad or oatmeal) will certainly look the part when served in this eight-inch coupe bowl. And now is the best time to stock up on the versatile dish, because this 15 percent discount with code STRATEGIST15 is Pandolfi’s best deal of the year (and a rarity for these handmade ceramics).

The Year’s Best Deal on an Actually Stylish Machine-Washable Rug

Over the past few years, Ruggable has cornered the machine-washable rug market, in large part thanks to the breadth of patterns and styles it offers. From geometric prints to florals and even shag rugs, there’s truly something for everyone. The rugs come in two parts: a machine-washable top layer with a water-resistant barrier, and a rug pad that grips and holds it in place. Strategist senior writer Liza Corsillo is partial to this midcentury-inspired Gradasi Teal Quartz Rug with overlapping mustard and teal stripes; she has it as a runner in her bedroom, but you can get it in any size for 20 percent off plus free shipping with code STRAT20. That’s the cheapest it has been all year.

Supersoft Boxer Briefs at Their Lowest Price This Year

Made from ultra-comfortable and lightweight micromodal fabric, Tommy John’s underwear is one of our picks for the very best boxer briefs. The non-pilling blend wicks moisture away from the skin better than pure cotton, which makes it especially great for the warmer weather ahead. The briefs also have a unique horizontal fly that is meant to feel more supportive and secure, and with code STRAT25, you can get Tommy John’s Second Skin Boxer Briefs for 25 percent off in whichever style suits your undercarriage best.

Our Best-in-Class Mattress, the Best Deal This Year

Saatva Classic Mattress
$1,696

We named Saatva’s classic mattress the best overall mattress to buy online — senior editor Simone Kitchens, a firm-mattress partisan, describes it as supportive enough to “keep my lower back from collapsing in” while still being “pretty plush” and comfortable. The mattress contains an organic cotton pillow top, a layer of memory foam, and two types of springs; it comes in three firmness levels, from soft to firm, and two heights, 11.5 inches and 14.5 inches. Today only, Saatva is offering $450 off orders of $1,000 or more, automatically applied via this link — its best offer of this year.

Status-y Ankle Weights for At-home Workouts

We named Bala’s one-pound wrist weights one of the “breakout stars of quarantine” way (way) back in 2020. With easy-to-clean silicone-coated cast-iron bars and a stretchy, adjustable elastic band that’ll fit snugly on anyone, they’ve since become a permanent home-gym accessory for several of our writers and editors. The brand recently swapped out its black bangle bands to give each colorway a monochrome look, and it hasn’t held any sales since — aside from the Strategist-exclusive sitewide flash sale that just ended. If you missed that, don’t worry: You can still take 15 percent off the new bangles (and receive free domestic shipping) with code STRATBANGLES15 at checkout.

A Trio of Robust Olive Oil, Orange-Scented Champagne Vinegar, and Floral Honey

Brightland makes some of our favorite olive oil, along with myriad other pantry staples — all bottled in beautiful, keep-them-on-the-counter-worthy vessels. While you might have missed the sale on all their different sets, we’ve got good news: The Luminous Capsule is still marked down 15 percent with code SWEETANDSAVORY. It’s the only time this particular collection — a bottle of robust olive oil with a brushed-gold spout, a double-fermented Champagne vinegar, and a California orange-blossom honey — has been discounted.

A Smart Garden for Fresh Herbs Year-Round

Click & Grow’s flash sale has unfortunately ended, but if you’ve been wanting to try out smart gardening, you’ve still got a chance. The Smart Garden 9 — a slightly larger version of the smart garden Strategist senior writer Liza Corsillo calls “the best indoor smart garden for small spaces” — is 36 percent off with code NYMAG36. This is its lowest price of the year, and it will last until the end of our Two-Day sale. But don’t dillydally: Once it’s gone, it’s really gone.

A Flexible (and Well-Designed) Vibrator

Dame makes some of our favorite high-design sex toys that are nice-looking enough to leave out on a nightstand. Unfortunately, its (rare) sitewide sale has already ended, but you can still save on The Pom, a squishy palm-size vibe that is great for both solo and partner play because it can be easily manipulated in between bodies, as well as used on different areas of the body. With code POM20, it is now marked down 20 percent, the steepest discount you’ll see all year.

A Matcha Powder That’s Perfect for Lattes (and Cheaper Than Ever Before)

Even if you missed Golde’s sitewide sale, you still have time to get in on the best deal the brand has ever offered on its Pure Matcha powder. In our review of the best matcha powders, we rated this ceremonial-grade blend as the top option for lattes, thanks to its “gently grassy” flavor, which blends well with oat and coconut milks. It’s also a more mellow alternative to an afternoon coffee — food writer and editor Aliza Abarbanel opts for Pure Matcha after 2 p.m. because it doesn’t cause the same jitters (or inevitable crash). Stock up using code STRATEGIST25, and you’ll be set for at least a few months of amino-acid-rich lattes.

Natural Bug Spray That Doubles As Cologne

It’s the eternal summertime dilemma: Either wear a DEET-based bug spray that repels mosquitos but smells terrible or a natural formula that doesn’t actually prevent bites. Here’s a third option: Kinfield’s gentle-yet-effective Golden Hour mosquito repellent. “Whereas other herbal sprays pair citronella with astringent notes like geranium, eucalyptus, and oregano, Golden Hour uses lemongrass, vanilla, and a little clove,” Strategist contributor Aleta Burchyski explains. “The result is a much less sharp scent: more like citronella served with a dollop of whipped cream.” Strategist senior editor Crystal Martin is also a fan, noting that while you’ll want to reapply Golden Hour every couple of hours for maximum effectiveness, the scent is so delightful that this shouldn’t be a problem. Get 25 percent off the spray using code STRATGOLDEN25 — the biggest discount Kinfield has ever offered on its hero product.

Sexy Granny Panties — at Their Lowest Price This Year

Sustainable underwear label Knickey’s brief (sorry) sitewide sale may be over, but you can still score its High-Waist Briefs for the cheapest price they’ve been this year. These are 20 percent off with code STRATEGIST20, the same discount offered earlier during our Two-Day Sale. Self-professed “granny-panty stan” Evelynn Escobar-Thomas, founder of the intersectional hiking club Hike Clerb, calls this pair (which feature a dramatic French-cut leg) the only underwear she wants to wear.

Super-Satisfying Tiny Magnetic Balls for Nervous Hands

One of our favorite fidgets from Speks is this set of tiny magnetic balls that you can stick together and pull apart to keep your hands busy, or build into miniature sculptures on your desk. If you missed the sitewide Speks flash sale, this is your chance to get your hands on the brand’s most popular fidget for 25 percent off the original price with code STRAT25. (One important note: While Speks Magnet Balls are often purchased for kids, they are not meant for children under 14 years of age owing to their small size and the dangers associated with swallowing them.)

Ultra-High, Ultra-Flattering Denim at Every Size

Universal Standard’s 20 percent–off sitewide sale may have come and gone, but you’re in luck: Its Bae Boyfriend Jeans are still discounted and right now even cheaper, marked by down 34 percent, to $64. They’re a favorite of Strategist writer Dominique Pariso, who says their super-high waist stands out from the trendier low-rises out there. (She recommends sizing down for more of a leg-skimming look.) With code STRATBAE34, you can get these at the lowest price they’ve probably ever been — and shipping is on the house.

An Instantly Identifiable Dress for Runs (and Running Errands)

Recommended by our friends at the Cut, and beloved by Strategist editors, the Outdoor Voices Exercise Dress has become an athleisure staple. The Cut’s former associate fashion editor Devine Blacksher owns it in three colors “because it’s perfect for working out and running errands,” especially since it has a built-in pocket to hold on to your keys, wallet, or phone. For everyday wear, editor Maxine Builder appreciates that the dress “remains supportive and comfortable, not constricting, all day long.” And Outdoor Voices’ founder, Ty Haney, who created the dress as an “alternative to leggings,” told us that she sees “at least ten a day at HQ.” With the code STRATDRESS25, you can get the ubiquitous dress for 25 percent off, plus free shipping.

Buttery-Smooth Brooklinen Sheets — at Their Lowest Price This Year

Brooklinen’s Luxe Core Sheets are a longtime Strategist favorite for their softness, crisp look, and temperate feel. Lilia’s Missy Robbins, who prefers to be “super-cozy but I don’t want to sweat to death,” says, “These have that balance.” And when we spoke to interior designers about the best bedsheets, two pros told us they’re an excellent value. “It is really hard to beat the quality of these sheets for the price,” says Molly Schoneveld. “They feel like butter and still look and feel great after many times in the wash.” You can get these at an even better deal today with the code STRAT22 for 22 percent off — an even steeper discount than at Brooklinen’s own Birthday Sale that’s happening right now.

Jet-Setter-Approved Dagne Dover Bags

Dagne Dover has a loyal fan base, counting longtime commuters and working moms as devotees. Its Ace fanny pack is a favorite of Builder’s; she likes that the bag “feels a little less sporty, so it’s a nice going-out option.” Meanwhile, the Landon Carryall is an airport staple for Paper fashion editor Mario Abad for its aesthetics and surprising amount of interior space. The bag brand doesn’t usually go on sale, which makes this deal even sweeter: 15 percent off sitewide with the code STRATEGIST15. It’s the best deal — and the only sitewide sale — that Dagne Dover has offered this year.

Use One Code for Two Discounts at a Coffee-Snob-Approved Company

We’ve written about Fellow a lot before. That’s because their coffee accessories are as appealing to our own writers and editors as they are to expert brewers and drinkers — beautifully designed and hyper-thoughtful, but also quite user-friendly. Use code STRAT22 you to get 20 percent off their wood-handled kettles, the most discounted the particularly beloved item has been all year. That same code will also get you 30 percent off their French press, the lowest price that’s ever been.

A High-Smelling Candle Set at a Low Price

Malin+Goetz, which makes some of our go-to shampoos, conditioners, perfumes, and candles, knows a thing or two when it comes to scents. Its Cannabis fragrance in particular happens to be one of our all-time-favorite perfumes because it “balances rich smokiness with fresh floral scents,” according to Michelle Li, a fashion editor and stylist. Li adds that it’s “great for when you are just sitting around your apartment and want it to feel a little bit more special,” which is why we think this would make an excellent candle to have around. For about half the price of the perfume, you can get the scent in its candle form for 20 percent off using the code STRAT20.

Lisa Says Gah Chunky Clogs at Almost Half Off

Lisa Says Gah’s Dakota clogs have been spotted on many an Instagram influencer, and it’s easy to see why. They have what Strategist writer Ambar Pardilla calls a distinct Delia’s-catalogue vibe, with a platform that’s not too high nor low, and they’re easy enough to break in (do size up if you have wider feet, though). Pardilla bought them in green (choose from black-and-white color block, cow print, and an embroidered-flower pattern) when they were 40 percent off, but now you can grab them for even less. With the code STRAT45, these are $100 during our Two-Day Sale, with free shipping for U.S. orders.

A Trio of Very Good Sex Toys

With the code STRATEGIST, Fun Factory is offering 25 percent off three of its sex toys, all of which have been highly recommended to us in the past. If you’re looking for a thrusting toy that focuses on G-spot stimulation, look no further than the Stronic G, which has seven speeds and three rhythm settings. The Bi Stronic combines the thrusting power of the Stronic G with a “rabbit style” vibrator for extra external, clitoral stimulation. And the Manta is an innovative stroker that one expert says is “unlike any other sex toy on the market.”

The Sunscreen Celebs and Skin-Care Experts Use Daily

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One of the most-name-dropped sunscreens in the Cut’s “Why Is Your Skin So Good” column, Supergoop!’s Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40 is a perennial favorite among skin-care experts and cool people with good skin. It’s the only sunscreen Covey Skincare co-founder Christina Uribe doesn’t mind using every day, and it’s the go-to for actress Laura Harrier, who says it’s “weightless, easy to blend in, never pills the products underneath it, and never causes breakouts.” We’ve talked to plenty of experts who agree: Dr. Marnie Nussbaum calls it one of the best sunscreens for people with oily skin, and skin-care-brand founder Chaneve Jeanniton, M.D., says it’s a top pick for people with dark skin. With the code STRATEGIST25, you can take 25 percent off a 30-milliliter bottle, just in time for beach season.

A Cat-Approved Cactus Scratching Post

Frisco, the company behind some of our favorite cat trees — including an “impressively sturdy” mid-century-modern cat condo that former Strategist writer Karen Iorio Adelson’s cat likes almost as much as her $800 sculptural tree — also makes this cute cactus scratching post wrapped in green sisal, a great option for those who want to have something green in the corner of their apartment but have killed generations of succulents. It’s 20 percent off at Chewy with the code STRATEGIST20, its best deal of the year.

Expertly Curated (and Rarely-on-Sale) Studs Earring Sets

With designs that range from simple and classic (gold hoops) to funky and modern (cowboy boots), Studs has become a perennial Strategist favorite for its statusy earrings that won’t break the bank. Most of the brand’s earrings are available as singles so that you can create a custom look, but if you need a little help mixing and matching, Studs also offers Earscape sets: curated bundles (at a discount) for effortless ear-styling. Studs is offering an extra 10 percent off Earscapes with the code STRATSTUDS10; the sets are usually excluded from regular sitewide promotions, so this Strategist-reader-only sale is extra-special.

A Triple-Duty Caraa Bag That’s 20 Percent Off

The Caraa Studio bag gets a stamp of approval from fitness instructors and very cool people for being so versatile without sacrificing style. It converts from a backpack to a shoulder tote to a cross-body duffel. Cyc instructor Christine Abramo likes that it has “shoe space, laptop space, a section for dirty clothes, and a makeup pouch.” And Katheryn Thayer, Kickstarter’s brand-content director, goes so far as to call it “magical” because it “has a million secret pockets.” Thayer adds that people stop her in the street all the time to ask where she got it. Use code STRAT20 to get this triple-duty do-everything bag for 20 percent off, plus free shipping.

A Dermatologist-Favorite Facial Device That Sculpts Cheeks and Chins

Microcurrent facials are achievable at home with this travel-friendly toning device that’s beloved by fashion experts, doctors, and actress Lana Condor alike. Laurel Pantin, fashion director–at–large for ByGeorge, says it makes her face look more sculpted, while Dr. Michelle Henry, founder of Skin & Aesthetic Surgery of Manhattan, recommends it in our guide to skin care in your 40s because “it tightens and stops that sagging gravity effect, [keeping] everything nice and lifted.” Order one for yourself (and a few extra as gifts), using the code NF-STRATMINI25 to get 25 percent off while supplies last.

A Wine Club That Will Have You Feeling Like You’re Drinking at Your Favorite Restaurant

Our friends at Eater know a lot about restaurants, which is why we trust them to curate a particularly fun and interesting wine subscription service informed by their knowledge of the industry. Here’s how it works: They ask trusted sommeliers at their favorite spots to pick the bottles they’re most excited about, then send those selections straight to your door each month. There are different numbers of bottles and frequencies to choose from: With the code STRAT30, you’ll get 30 percent off your first monthly subscription. Or you can use the code GIFT20 to get 20 percent off the first month of a six-month gift subscription (either two or four bottles). You can’t use the codes on top of each other, but you can buy one for yourself and one for a friend (or a mom, if you’re still in need of a Mother’s Day gift).

A Vitamin C Serum from a Beauty Writer-Approved Company

We’ve been fans of Ole Henriksen since our beauty columnist Rio Viera-Newton reviewed the brand’s Banana Bright Eye Creme in 2019. The vitamin C-infused creme “really, really brightened things up” and knocked Drunk Elephant’s C-Tango eye cream out of her top spot. We’ve written about Ole’s Banana Bright line many times since then and included the eye creme in last year’s Two-Day Sale. This year, you can get the Banana Bright Vitamin C Serum—a best-seller from the Banana Bright line—for 25 percent off with code STRAT25.

A CBD Balm That Actually Works (at Its Cheapest Price Ever)

Lord Jones has marked down its Kristen Bell–approved CBD-infused body lotion by 30 percent with the code STRAT30, which is the best deal it has ever run. Lord Jones has been touted by celebs, Strategist writers, and cannabis experts, and its body lotion in particular is great for curing all sorts of aches and pains, from blister-ridden feet to tech neck.

Customized Meals for Your Dog — at Its Lowest Price This Year

In an increasingly crowded dog-food industry, it can be confusing to know what food is best for your pup. But if you’re shopping at specialty supermarkets, maybe you should be leveling up what you buy for Fido, too. The Farmer’s Dog is a subscription-based human-grade dog-food brand that helps take the guesswork out of the equation with an online quiz about your dog’s specific age, size, and activity levels. The meals look as appetizing as meal kits meant for people, and The Farmer’s Dog worked with board-certified veterinary nutritionists to formulate recipes that meet (and exceed) AAFCO standards. Your first box is 70 percent off when you click through our buy button, which is as cheap as you’ll find it all year.

A Shampoo Replacement That Softens Hair and Simplifies Your Shower