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Urban Outfitters’ massive home sale, at-home massagers on Amazon, designer sunglasses at Nordstrom Rack, and more lead Tuesday’s best lifestyle deals.

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BEAUTY STEALS

Winter Sale | Space NK
Winter Sale | Space NK

Space NK is your one stop shop for everything luxury beauty you can’t find anywhere else. Even though they’re UK-based, they still have a presence in the US, and basically everything you could need beauty-wise is up to 50% off. Brands like Kevin Aucoin, Smith & Cult, Lipstick Queen and more are on sale.

The Big Sales

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There is no replacing another human digging their hands and elbows into your back, but mechanical massagers still do a pretty damn good job making you feel broken and fixed at the same time (as any good massage does). Check out Amazon’s sale on at-home massagers for basically any part of the body that feels tension from Brookstone, Homedics, and Beurer. These babies are marked down today only, so cancel that masseuse appointment and order one.

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Designer sunglasses sale | Nordstrom Rack
Designer sunglasses sale | Nordstrom Rack
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Nordstrom Rack isn’t afraid of a little sunshine. They’re marking down over 450 different pairs of designer sunglasses from Balenciaga, Salvatore Ferragamo, Alexander McQueen, and more. The best part? Even the crazy expensive ones are almost all under $200.


Up to 70% off select styles | & Other Stories
Up to 70% off select styles | & Other Stories
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If the name & Other Stories doesn’t ring a bell, get ready for a wardrobe intervention. The brand is H&M’s sophisticated sister, and right now, they’re marking down hundreds of items up to 70% off, from clothing, to candles, to their stellar beauty products. Pick up styles for every season for as low as $5.


25% off Privé Revaux sunglasses | Amazon | Use code PRIVER25
25% off Privé Revaux sunglasses | Amazon | Use code PRIVER25
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Privé Revaux turned the sunglass industry on its head this year with a wide variety of attractive frames for just $30 each, but you can get them for even less today with this 25% off deal.

Over on Amazon, you can also browse the entire collection, and get any pair you want for just $23 with promo code PRIVER25. That includes ever popular aviator-styles like “The Commando” and “The Dealer.”

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H&M’s fast-fashion is even faster and cheaper, with their huge sale going on right now. Get up to 70% off women’s, men’s, kids, and home goods, starting at just $2. It’s silly not to at least take a look.

Because H&M does tend to be on the buy now, throw out later track of fashion, look for the premium pieces, rather than the lower end ones. Go against your entire nature and change the drop down to show Price: Highest to Lowest. Trust me on this on. Basically everything is going to be under $100 anyway, but you’ll score silk or leather pieces at ungodly low prices.

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7 For All Mankind sale | Nordstrom Rack
7 For All Mankind sale | Nordstrom Rack
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7 For All Mankind is the kind of brand you pick up off the rack, love, see the price, and quietly put it back. Their prices can be a bit steep, so you should take advantage of this huge sale at Nordstrom Rack. All 7 For All Mankind denim is marked down to under $100, with most ringing in at a more-easily-digestible $80.


Winter Sale | Need Supply
Winter Sale | Need Supply
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Need Supply, the Richmond, VA shop for everything trendy and cool, is having a sweet sale. Right now, they’re giving you 70% off select sale styles thanks to their huge Winter Sale. Stock up on minimalist staples, or some really great beauty steals, no code needed.


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It’s about time you do some cleaning out of your drawers. Get rid of those laundry-day-only undies in favor of something you’ll actually like wearing. Aerie is giving you 6 undies for only $20, no code needed, which is kind of insane seeing as they usually sell them for $12+.

Home Goods

Up to 40% off all home items | Urban Outfitters
Up to 40% off all home items | Urban Outfitters
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Time to get comfy, because Urban Outfitters is having a huge home sale. Take up to 40% off all bedding, pillows, lighting, even furniture, and (urban) outfit your place with fuzzy throw blankets, cable knit pillows, and jersey sheets. Just try not to go overboard because you may never want to get out of bed again.


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Amazon’s January fitness sales continue unabated today, with great prices on both an exercise bike and a rowing machine.

The bike is fairly barebones, utilizing a 40 pound flywheel and manual resistance system, rather than automated programs like you’d see at the gym. That said, it’s only $208 today.

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The rowing machine is more expensive at $399, but it uses a tank of water for resistance (appropriate, right?), and includes a screen to track your time, distance, calories, and more. That’s $100 less than usual, and an all-time low.

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Philips HF3520 Wake-Up Light | $88 | Amazon | After $25 coupon
Philips HF3520 Wake-Up Light | $88 | Amazon | After $25 coupon
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Phillips’ insanely popular Wake-Up Light is here to change your life. This is the best model in the lineup, and includes an FM radio and five different natural sounds to wake up to. Grab it right now on Amazon for $88 after clipping the $25 coupon, the best price we’ve ever seen.

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Unlike an unsympathetic traditional alarm clock, the Philips Wake-Up Light eases you awake with a gradually-brightening light that simulates a natural sunrise, which is how humans are designed to wake up anyway. After the light gets you out of your REM cycle and ready to wake up, an audible alarm will finish the job at the time of your choosing. Plus, it also doubles as a very warm and pleasant reading light as you’re getting ready to go to sleep.

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$10 off $100 New Textbook Order | Amazon | Promo code TEXT10
$10 off $100 New Textbook Order | Amazon | Promo code TEXT10
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If you’re about to head back to school for the spring semester, Amazon’s making your textbooks slightly less egregiously expensive. Just use promo code TEXT10 to save $10 on any $100 new textbook order shipped and sold by Amazon.com directly. Your books will still be about 1000% more expensive than they should be, but $10 is $10.


Dr. Meter Kitchen Scale | $9 | Amazon | Use code IZ8RENMP
Dr. Meter Kitchen Scale | $9 | Amazon | Use code IZ8RENMP
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Every kitchen needs a scale, and when you can get an attractive, easy-to-read model for just $9 (with code IZ8RENMP), there’s even less reason not to buy one.

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TECH

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Anker’s PowerLine charging cables have long been reader favorites, and you can save on both nylon-wrapped PowerLine+ Lightning cables and PowerLine USB 3.0 to USB-C cables today.

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The Lightning cable 2-pack is $8 less than usual, no promo code required, while the 3-pack of USB-C cables are cheaper than we’ve ever seen them when you use code ANKER863.

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WeMo Smart Switch | $22 | Amazon
WeMo Smart Switch | $22 | Amazon
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The original WeMo Switch was arguably the first successful, mass market smart home gadget out there, and now you can get it for $22. If you’re somehow not familiar, these let you control any device with a physical on/off switch from your phone, with a voice assistant, or even with IFTTT recipes. For example, I used this exact model last month to control my Christmas tree lights.

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Whether you need a small card for a dash cam, or a ton of space for Nintendo Switch games and 4K GoPro footage, this 128GB Samsung microSD card is down to $40 today on Amazon. We’ve seen it go as low as $37, but this deal is still $5 less than usual.

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