Labor Day 2015 deals, discounts, freebies from Best Buy, Macy’s, and more

Labor Day 2015 is approaching, marking the end of summer and the perfect time for saving money during the three-day weekend. You can expect online and in-store Labor Day deals on everything from travel to clothes to home appliances. Here is a list of some of the best Labor Day sales and freebies you can expect this weekend.

What to Buy During Labor Day 2015

Labor Day sales can help you save big on a wide selection of items. You can find steep discounts on outdoor furniture, for example, during Macy’s Labor Day sale, where you’ll get between 50 percent and 70 percent off select items through the weekend.

Gap is also offering steep discounts on clothes across its brands. You can get 40 percent off your online purchase at Old Navy, Gap and Banana Republic with code 2DAY. The online stores will also be offering free 2-day shipping on orders over $75.

You can also find discounts on electronics, back-to-school items and travel. Find coupons and promo codes for your favorite stores below.

Labor Day 2015 Travel Deals

  • CheapOAir: Through Sept. 5, use promo code LABOR30 for up to $30 off.
  • CheapOstay: Promo code LABOR40 gives shoppers up to $40 off Labor Day hotel reservations. Offer expires Sept. 7.
  • Enjoy up to 50 percent off with promo code 5SAVE1015AUG.
  • OneTravel: Use code LABOR30 for up to $30 off labor service fees, now through Sept. 9.
  • Orbitz: Save 15 percent off hotel stays of two nights or longer with promo code PACKYOURBAGS.
  • SmartFares: Get $15 off flight reservations by entering SFLABOR15 at checkout. Offer expires Sept. 10.

Labor Day Discounts on Clothes

  • 1800AnyLens: Use promo code LABORDAY15 to get $15 off your order of $150 or more.
  • Amazon: The online marketplace is offering up to 3 percent cash rewards for men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, and sporting goods this Labor Day. You also get 5.5 percent cash back on backpacks and luggage.
  • Famous Footwear: Buy one, get one 50 percent off, and get 15 percent off select shoes with promo code SCHOOL26.
  • JCPenney: Receive 10 percent to 15 percent off almost everything with promo code DLSPLS15.
  • Macy’s: Now through Sept. 7, get 20 percent off Macy’s Early Labor Day sale with code DEALS.
  • OshKosh B’Gosh: Take up to 50 percent off Early Labor Day Sale items, plus 25 percent off purchases of $40 or more with code SCHOOL25. You also get free shipping. Offer expires Sept. 30.
  • Swimsuits Direct: Get $10 off your order of $60 or more with promo code LABORDAY10. Offer expires Sept. 7.
  • Tilly’s: Get 50 percent off at the Early Labor Day Sale at Tilly’s, plus 20 percent off any item and free shipping with promo code DEALSPLUS20. Offer expires Sept. 7.

Labor Day Deals on Bedding, Appliances, Home Goods and More

  • Amazon: The online marketplace is offering up to 3 percent cash rewards for men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, and sporting goods this Labor Day. You also get 5.5 percent cash back on backpacks and luggage.
  • Bath & Body Works: Take $10 off purchases of $30 or more and get free shipping with promo code 10FREE. You can also get 20 percent off your entire order with code S156370. Offer expires Sept. 8.
  • Get up to 80 percent off sitewide with promo code LABORSALE.
  • Best Buy: Get 20 percent off home appliance purchases with promo code SAVE20. For in-store purchases, print this Best Buy coupon.
  • JCPenney: Get 10 percent off home purchases with promo code MOUNTAIN.
  • Lowes: On purchases of $50 or more, get $10 off with promo code 470000000007300.
  • Sears: Mattress orders over $599 qualify for up to 60 percent off, plus an extra 10 percent discount and free delivery. Offer expires Sept. 13. You can also save up to 40 percent off Kenmore appliances and get free shipping. Orders of $499 or more receive an additional $50 off.
  • Walmart: Early Labor Day specials offer up to 50 percent off select items storewide.

Labor Day Discounts on Electronics

  • Best Buy: Get up to 60 percent off during the Best Buy Early Labor Day sale. The retailer will also offer online Deals of the Day.
  • Dell: Through Oct. 31, get up to $50 off laptops worth $599 or more, and get free shipping, with promo code PDP9BD58Z$9Z09.

Labor Day 2015 Deals on Kitchen and Food Items

  • CHEFS Catalog: Get up to 80 percent off your order plus free shipping during the Labor Day sale with this offer.
  • Omaha Steaks: Get up to 65 percent off all Labor Day combos, plus four free burgers and free shipping with this offer.

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