The 2023 Labor Day sales event is just around the corner, with huge savings on appliances, tech, mattresses, furniture, and clothing from all your favorite online retailers. To help you find all the top offers in one place, we’ve created this guide with everything you need to know about upcoming Labor Day sales, such as the date, when bargains start, and what deals you can expect at this year’s event.
Labor Day is a federal holiday that always falls on the first Monday in September, so this year, the date takes place on September 4th, with the long weekend kicking off on Friday, September 1st. The holiday celebrates all the hard-working Americans and marks the end of summer, so it’s a great time to score clearance prices on patio furniture and grills as well as big-ticket items like mattresses and major appliances. Labor Day sales also mean record-low prices on tech gadgets, thanks to back-to-school sales, which means deals on laptops, TVs, tablets, and Apple devices.
We should start to see Labor Day sales popping up in the coming weeks, and we’ll update this page with new offers as soon as they drop. In the meantime, our Labor Day sales guide is breaking down when deals start, what bargains you can expect, and taking a look back at last year’s sale.
Labor Day sales 2023: key information
When is Labor Day 2023
Labor Day is a federal holiday that always takes place on the first Monday in September to celebrate the contributions and achievements of American workers.
This year, Labor Day lands on Monday, September 4th, with the long holiday weekend kicking off on Friday, September 1st. Most Labor Day sales will kick off the week before on Monday, August 28.
Does Labor Day have sales?
If you’re wondering if Labor Day has sales, we’re here to happily tell you that it’s one of the biggest holiday sales ahead of the Black Friday deals event.
Labor Day coincides with the end of summer and the beginning of a new school year, so it’s a great time for retailers to offer clearance prices on outdoor items like grills and patio furniture, as well as deals on back-to-school must-haves like clothing, supplies, and tech items including laptops, tablets, headphones, and TVs.
Like other holiday events, Labor Day sales also offer record-low prices on big-ticket items like mattresses from popular online brands like Purple and DreamCloud and major appliances from Best Buy, Home Depot, and Lowe’s.
What deals can we expect in Labor Day sales?
Labor Day marks the end of summer, which means you can find clearance prices on outdoor items like patio furniture, tools, grills, and lawnmowers. Labor Day sales, like other holiday events, also offer record-low prices on big-ticket items like major appliances from retailers like Home Depot, Lowe’s, and Best Buy, as well as furniture, mattresses, and TVs.
Labor Day sales also include back-to-school deals from retailers like Amazon and Best Buy, so you can find impressive savings on laptops, tablets, printers, and school supplies like backpacks and lunchboxes.
If you’re looking to shop for deals right now, we’ve listed today’s best offers below at retailers we can expect to launch Labor Day sales in September.
- Amazon: 50% off TVs, air fryers & AirPods
- Best Buy: cheap laptops, OLED TVs & iPads
- Back to school: 44% off clothing, laptops & printers
- Home Depot: up to 50% off patio, furniture & tools
- LG: up to 30% off kitchen appliances
- Nordstrom: 35% off Nike, UGGs, Spanx & more
- Target: 20% off bedding, decor, clothing & tech
- Walmart: Apple Watch, vacuums, TVs & clothing
Last year’s best Labor Day sales
Taking a look back at last year’s Labor Day sales, can give us a good idea of what will be discounted at the 2023 event. Last year we saw a mix of tech items like laptops and TVs on sale, as well as deals on mattresses, major appliances and smaller appliances like vacuums and kitchen devices.
You can also see look out for upcoming discounts at the 2023 Labor Day TV sales event.
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