Fourth Of July Shopping Deals: Amazon, Best Buy, JCPenny, Home Depot & More!
The Fourth of July is a time for celebration, jubilation, and joy.Advertisement
While there is plenty of excitement in the air, the day brings a load of sales and bargains. Many retailers and merchants host special Fourth of July deals for their customers as part of the celebrations.
For the convenience of customers, a list of as many as 21 retailers offering special deals on products has been compiled by WalletHub. In addition, other brands and retailers are also offering sales to usher in the joyous occasion:
The online store is offering deals on a wide range of products – from footwear to TV shows, books, clothes, furniture and even fireworks. The sales can be viewed in the Fourth of July section on the Amazon website.
Best Buy is giving up to 40 percent discount of home appliance products. Customers can enjoy a 15 to 45 percent sale on refrigerators, 20 to 40 percent on washers and dryers, and 15 to 40 percent on cooking appliances. Visit their website for the latest deals.
The department store is hosting bargains on a variety of products – including, but not limited to, furniture, home decor, clothing and more. Customers can visit JCPenney’s website to view the entire list of products that are on sale.
Lowe’s is offering kitchen equipment, appliances, furniture etc. at as much as 35 percent discount. Be it grills and smokers, patio furniture and outdoor decor, or machinery, there is a lot in store when it comes to the Fourth of July sales at Lowe’s.
On average, Americans are projected to spend $370.75 this Fourth of July. Keeping this in mind, sales have been designed to help customers save as much as 97 percent.
While massive sales are being offered by both e-retailers and physical stores, professor of retailer marketing at Northern Illinois University, Mars K. Rosenbaum, advises that customers should prefer the latter than the former. “Given that brick-and-mortar stores are dealing with an ‘Amazon Effect,’ they may have no choice but to take steeper discounts or to match online prices,” Rosenbaum said, as reported by Fortune.