The best washer and dryer sales can save you hundreds of dollars. Whether you're shopping for the best washing machines or simply in need of one of the best clothes dryers, we're rounding up the best washer and dryer sales you can get right now.
Traditionally, the best deals can be found during the holidays. But we're still weeks out from the next major holiday, so if you need a new unit now, we've found the best deals. Below you'll find the best washer and dryer sales on standalone units as well as all-in-one appliances.
Today's best washer and dryer sales
Package - Samsung Large Capacity Smart Top Load Washer with Super Speed Wash and Smart Electric Dryer - White: was $1,899 now $1,499 @ Best Buy
If you need two appliances at once, this Samsung package is a great deal. It comes with a 5.2 cu.ft large capacity top load washer, ideal for large families. It also has a super speed wash, 12 preset washing cycles, and smart-enabled features. In addition, the smart electric dryer comes with sensor dry, steam sanitize to get rid of dust mites and bacteria and also smart-enabled so you can set your cycle programs at a touch of a button. A fantastic deal which is value for money.
Samsung 7.5 Cubic Feet Cu. Ft. Gas Stackable Dryer with Steam Dry: was $999 now $900 @ Wayfair
If you’re after a large capacity gas dryer, this is a great offer. With 7.5 cu. Ft, this has ample space for large towels and bedding and ideal for big families. It also comes with steam dry, 12 preset settings and 13 drying levels. In addition, it’s stackable, making more space in your utility room, and comes in a stylish champagne or white color. Better still, you’re making a saving of $100.
Package - LG 27 in. Graphite Steel WashTower Laundry Center with Front Load Washer and Electric Dryer: was $2,399 now $1,798 @ Home Depot
This LG package is an incredible saving. In a sleek, single unit design, it offers more space for an organized utility room. In addition, it has a large capacity, an easy reach, LED control panel, and is smart-enabled to offer more flexibility. What’s more, it looks attractive in a tempered glass design and rose gold trim to look great in any home. It also comes in white and graphite steel. This is a great deal that offers value for money.
Whirlpool Vented Dryer: was $699 now $578 @ Home Depot
This vented dryer has a built-in AutoDry system, which prevent over drying of clothes. Meanwhile, a wrinkle shield option keeps your clothes wrinkle-free with intermittent tumbling after the dryer cycle ends. It offers 7 cu. ft. of space.
GE Washer and Dryer: was $1,318 now $1,186 @ Wayfair
This GE washer and dryer features a deep clean cycle for your toughest laundry loads. The washer can also choose just the right amount of water based on load size. The washer offers 4.2 cu. ft. of space, whereas the dryer offers 6.2 cu. ft. of space.
GE Washer Dryer: was $1,449 now $1,304 @ Home Depot
This washer dryer combo unit features 11 different wash cycles to handle different fabrics. It also has an auto load sensor, which automatically adjusts the water based on the load size. The all-in-one unit offers 4.4 cu. ft. capacity in the dryer and 2.3 cu. ft. capacity in the washer.
Tips for picking the right washer and dryer
Top-load: Clothes in a top-loading machines are loaded through a door in the the top. Some use agitators; a pillar in the center which rotates, while others feature a rotating plate on the base. The latter is a better design as it's less likely to damage the clothes.
Front-load: Clothes in front-loading machines are loaded via a door in the front; they wash by rotating the drum to agitate the clothes. Typically, this design uses less water and electricity than top-loaders as the drum requires less water. The door will lock during the wash cycle though, so you can't add a rogue sock once the cycle begins.
Combination: If you struggle for space, then a combination washer/dryer might be best. These appliances function as both washers and dryers, meaning you can wash and dry clothes in the same drum. While the design makes sense, we've found that these hybrid machines generally struggle in performance; they take much longer than a standalone dryer.