Although Labor Day is supposed to be a day of celebrating the wage-earning workers of the U.S. and Canada, major online retailers like Amazon offer so many sales that the day can just as easily become about spending said wages.
With Labor Day on Monday, September 7th, Amazon is offering a whole weekend of outrageous specials starting now, many of which center around getting out and travelling. Most of these specials are only good through September 7th, and if you want to be ready outfitted for a great day off next week, the time to start shopping is now.
1. MyHabit Site Wide Labor Day Sale
MyHabit is Amazon’s biggest step into designer fashion, and this Labor Day, is the #1 destination for savings on everything from dresses to handbags to men’s beach styles — even bedding and home décor. Site wide discounts up to 80% off will go a long way on designer brands, and shopping on MH means you will get the same quality customer service and the free shipping that you get from dealing with Amazon. Check out their top of the line selection, and you may find yourself with a new favorite shopping site.
Discount: Up to 80% Off Site Wide
2. Labor Day Mattress Sale
No Labor Day sales would be complete without some huge savings on mattresses. Amazon is offering discounts up to 50% off on best sellers from Sleep Master, Serta, Brentwood and more. Amazon can even include assembly services where needed, meaning you won’t have to spend your whole weekend off assembling a bed frame to enjoy a luxurious morning sleeping in.
Discount: Up to 50% Off Select Mattresses
3. September Baby Sale
Whether you recently gained a new family member or you are expecting one, you will be excited to hear that Amazon’s September Baby Sale is going on for the rest of the month. All through September, you can get anywhere from 20 to 60% off baby clothing, strollers, cribs, toys, diapers and food. Take 50% off or more on maternity items like parenting books and prenatal vitamins. The month-long sale might also be a good time for expecting couples to set up an Amazon Baby Registry, which allows for flexible and mobile gift giving with more amazing discounts and rewards.
Discount: 20-60% Off Baby Clothing, Gear & More
4. 20% Off Osprey Backpacks
With Back to School time coinciding with Labor Day festivities, the 20% discount offered on select Osprey backpacks can be doubly useful for use at the campsite or the campus. Whatever you use these packs for, you will appreciate Osprey’s durable nylon materials and spacious pack designs. Designs range from messenger bag-style daypacks, to high-storage laptop packs, to heavy-duty camping bags.
Discount: 25% Off Select Backpacks
5. 20% Off Yakima Car Rack Gear
If your plans for the Fall involve some bicycle excursions, a new car rack or skybox might be just what you need to enable a weekend getaway. This 20% discount applies to both full vehicle racks, as well as accessories like adapters, mounts, and replacement parts. This deal is also active for an extra week, so you have until September 13th to take advantage of the specials.
Discount: 20% Off Yakima Car Racks, Carriers & Accessories
6. Save $90 on the Dyson AM09 Fan Heater
While the fan capabilities of this dual-function Dyson AM09 Fan Heater will be getting less useful with the change in the weather, the heater will be getting much, much more useful. The AM09 sports a bladeless design that is energy-efficient, safe, and incredibly sleek looking in any room. This fan also has a sleep timer, a remote control, and tilt and oscillation adjustments. It is 20% off until September 12th, but don’t let the temperature drop too low before you upgrade to this fabulous heater.
Price: $359.99 (20% off MSRP)
7. 15% Off Athletic & Outdoor Shoes
Although this huge selection of discounts on athletic and outdoor shoes is a Prime Member Exclusive, you can sign up for a Prime account right away and reap numerous rewards, including Free 2-Day Shipping. If your Labor Day plans involve getting outdoors at all, you can get a nice discount shoe styles ranging from work boots to cross trainers, to cleats, or even snow boots. Top brands like ASICS, Columbia, Timberland, and New Balance are in the mix, so if you only shop for top quality athletic wear, this sale won’t disappoint.
Discount: 15% Off Select Styles
8. Extra 25% Off Already-Reduced Jewelry & Watches
If you are hoping to treat yourself to something lavish for Labor Day, you’ll be doubly thankful for the additional 25% you can take off already-discounted jewelry and watches this weekend. Note that this is another Prime Member Exclusive, though you can still use the Prime 30-Day Free Trial to take advantage of the savings. Once you have a Prime account set up, all you need to do is enter the code EXTRA25OFF at checkout, and you’ll be ready to rock your new flair.
Discount: 25% Off Select Already-Reduced Styles
9. 25% Off Pearl Izumi Bike Clothing
Relevant to those who plan on upgrading their bike rack this Labor Day, Pearl Izumi is offering equivalent sales on their top-quality bike clothing, which includes everything from gloves, cycling shorts, socks, hats, and of course, jerseys. Pearl Izumi is great fear for anyone from seasoned riders to first-time cyclists, and the select discounts of 25% off only sweeten the deal for prospective bikers.
Discount: 25% Off Select All Pearl Izumi Bike Clothing
10. Save $15 Off $50 Purchase of Select Airsoft Products
Nothing adds to a crisp autumn wind like neon BBs whizzing by your face, and Amazon has a great special to help up your arsenal for your next airsoft outing. Until September 20th, you can take $15 off a purchase of $50 or more on high-power AEG, gas, or spring airsoft guns. Or if you are set on weaponry, you can use the savings to stock up on CO2 canisters, BBs, speed loaders, or even some safety apparel.
Discount: $15 Off Purchase of $50 or More
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