BOGO 50% off American Eagle denim, an extra 30% off at The Outnet, a huge ASOS shoe sale, $15 Uniqlo bras (and $2 socks), Marc by Marc Jacobs via Nordstrom Rack, and more lead Thursday’s best lifestyle deals.

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Women’s Must-Haves

Colder weather is coming, and it’s time to start stocking up on underthings that make you feel good. $2 men’s socks (in every color you could imagine) and $15 bras will only last for the next 24 hours. Their other deals, like merino wool sweaters for men and women marked down to under $30, are also worth checking out.

Nordstrom Rack is full of amazing deals, and today’s event is Marc by Marc Jacobs. Snag a MBMJ item for as low as $19. But you’d better hurry because even though this sale is up for three more days, things are already selling out.

If you haven’t found that new favorite pair of jeans by now, American Eagle’s BOGO 50% off sale on denim may be your saving grace. Plus, grab 40% off 4 tops, 30% off 3 tops, or 20% off 2 tops. It’s a deal on top of a deal. A dealception.

I’m not judging you if you stock up on shoes like you would t-shirts: one in every color. Because with up to 60% off women’s shoes at ASOS, it’ll be hard not to end up with multiple pairs. Everything is under $200, with most under $100, and brands like Puma, Reebok, Miista, Adidas and more are included.

beauty steals

20% off, plus free shipping with code MAKEOVER

Smashbox, known for their game-changing and award-winning Photo Finish primer, is giving you 20% off your entire purchase when you use the code MAKEOVER. Stock up on everything from their new Be Legendary Lipstick to liquid eyeliner. Plus, the code also gives you free shipping.

Ulta’s 21 Days of Beauty is a really fantastic time of year for those beauty lovers that don’t want to spend tons on new, great products. Usually, sales at Ulta are older products or drugstore brands, but with 21 Days of Beauty, you can get up to 50% off on names like Smashbox, Stila, Benefit, Lipstick Queen and more.


The deals switch up every day, so you’ll need to jump on them if they catch your eye. Today’s deals are Dermalogica Clear Start Kit and Laura Geller Balance-n-Brighten Baked Color Correcting Foundation.

If you haven’t signed up for Sephora’s Beauty Insider program, you should. It’s free and you get free stuff, the best kind of win-win situation out there. And this week only, get extra points on any of your purchases. Beauty Insiders get 2x points, VIB get 3x, and the VIB Rouge members get 4x. Sign up and get buying.

Spend $45+, get $20 off with code FRIENDS

There’s no better time to stock up on really great skin care than right now. Spend $45 at Origins (which, trust me, isn’t that hard) and you’ll get $20 off thanks to their Friends & Family event. Use the code FRIENDS at checkout to see your savings.

Home Goods

Cuisinart’s 3-in-1 Griddler is one of the most versatile kitchen appliances you can own, and it can be yours today for just $50 as part of a Gold Box deal. That’s $25 less than usual, and the best price we’ve ever seen for a non-refurb.

If you aren’t familiar with this amazing little gadget, it’s a surprisingly large indoor grill, a griddle, and a panini press, all rolled into one. I’ve owned it for over a year, and I use it on a weekly basis.

Why stop with just a griddle, grill, and panini press? Add the optional waffle iron plates to your cart, and get even more use out of your new toy.

KitchenAid’s six quart Professional 6000 HD is one of the biggest and most powerful mixers in the lineup, and Amazon’s mixing things up with a $300 deal today. That’s not an all-time low—it’s briefly dipped as low as $250—but it is about $40 less than usual.

These are some of the only solar-powered garden lights I’ve seen that don’t look like ass, and you can buy a dozen of them today for just $22 with promo code AZOFJ46W.

The best thing about fall is all the fall smells. Not the actual IRL smells, but the ones that brands dig up for their limited edition things like Cinnamon Apple and Pumpkin Pie. You can stock up on those scents and more with $13 3-wick candles from Bath & Body Works and make your whole place smell like Leaves or something.

The Big Sales

The Outnet may have better sales than this, but an extra 30% off for the end of the season is one to jump on. There are tons of brands and styles to choose from, so if there was anything specific you were looking for style-wise, I’ll bet it’s marked down.

With an extra 25% sale items and 40% off regular-priced items when you use the code PUMAFF16, you could score two pairs of sneakers for the price of one. Just add the code and watch the numbers drop.

Madewell may be known for their quirky hipster styles, but their leather goods are something to always consider. Grab 30% off bags and shoes, plus get free shipping right now. I just wrote about how amazing the Madewell Transport Collection was, and at 30% off, it’s worth picking up.

Athleisure is still huge this fall, and you can get in on the trend for less if you head over to Finish Line. Not only are they having their huge End of Season sale, but there’s an extra 30% off clearance styles. Grab huge savings on everything from fashionable sneakers to Stella McCartney’s Adidas collab.

Fall is just around the corner, and GAP knows it. Use the code FALL4IT and get 40% off your entire purchase (including new arrivals). GAP is full of fall staples like sweaters, blouses, and jackets that are even more affordable with the mark down.

The heat is finally breaking, and if you were looking for an excuse to get outside, Backcountry’s sale on Mountain Hardwear is it. Grab up to 40% off on all Mountain Hardwear gear, from waterproof duffels to their Ghost Whisperer down jackets. If there’s anything outdoors-y that you needed to buy, now’s your chance to get great quality for a great price.

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