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Holdover Sales and Pre-Summer Savings

Written by Jaymi Naciri on Monday, 02 June 2014 12:48 pm
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Holdover sales from Memorial Day weekend and pre-summer sales are making this weekend a mighty fine time to shop for your home and your yard. Check it out in this week's version of Steals & Deals.

Go ahead and get the good stuff this weekend. Benjamin Moore is offering $50 off every $250 purchase of premium paint, which is a great opportunity to cover every wall of your home in Revere Pewter, the hue that's been called "the most perfect color ever."

Sears has extended its Memorial Day deals, with super buys of up to 40 percent off appliances including refrigerators, washers and dryers, and this Kenmore Pro 30" Electric Double Wall Oven, regularly priced at $3799.99, now just $1899.99.

IKEA is winding down its IKEA Family offers, with great prices on items like the Alina bedspread and cushion cover for $19.99, down from $39.99 or the Blanda Matt serving bowl, $14.99 discounted from $19.99.

These items are among several being offered only to IKEA Family members, so be sure to sign up in the store or online.

World Market wants to pretty up your patio with 20 percent off all outdoor furniture - online only - and up to 40 percent off on all outdoor throw pillows and cushions. Take advantage of a great price on the four-piece Belize occasional furniture set, now just $199.99.

Home Depot's sale allows you introduce some resort style to your yard. This Hampton Bay Villa Capra Patio Daybed is now just $449, 40 percent savings from the regular price of $749.

You've still got time for spring plantings before the summer heat hits, so head over to Lowes, where this 2.50 quart croton is offered as a special value this weekend. Formerly priced at $6.98 each, they're now three for $10. Lowes also has great prices on all kinds of ladders this weekend, including this Werner six-foot aluminum step ladder, now $42, down from $59.

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