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The 80 best Labor Day deals still available this week

Labor Day sales

Labor Day may be over, but there are still plenty of Labor Day sales you can shop today. Retailers like Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and Amazon have extended many of their sitewide sales through the end of the week.

If you're shopping for a new TV, Best Buy has select smart TVs on sale from $139. Although Black Friday deals will bring even lower prices, if you can't wait till then, today's sales are excellent, especially since they include many 2021 models. 

If you're shopping for furniture, our Labor Day mattress sale primer will guide you through the season's best bedroom-related deals. Some of our favorite deals take up to $1,000 off mattress bundles while popular mattresses from the likes of Nectar and Purple are up to $399 off. 

Meanwhile, the Microsoft Store, Dell, Walmart, and Lenovo are all hosting epic laptop sales that drop prices to as low as $299 for a basic, but capable everyday laptop. Even the mighty — and highly recommended — MacBook Air M1 is on sale for just $849. That's the lowest price we'll see till Cyber Monday deals begin.

Speaking of Apple, we've spotted epic deals on the Apple Watch 6, Samsung's new line of 2021 4K QLED TVs, and some of our favorite smart home devices. So before you fire up the outdoor grill for one last barbecue, make sure to check out the best Labor Day sales you can shop right now. 

Editor's Choice Labor Day sales

Labor Day sales — Major retailers

Labor Day sales — Mattresses

Labor Day sales: Nectar Memory Foam

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Labor Day sales — Tech & gadgets 

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Labor Day sales — Halloween

Labor Day sales: Halloween

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Labor Day sales — Apparel

Labor Day sales: apparel

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Labor Day sales — Appliances & kitchen

Labor Day sales: appliances

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Labor Day sales — Fitness

Labor Day sales: Fitness equipment

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Labor Day sales — Gaming

Labor Day sales: PS5 accessories

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Labor Day sales — Home office

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Tips on finding the best Labor Day sales

As with all holidays, Labor Day sales will be filled with both good and bad deals. But with a little diligence, it's possible to find the best sales on the items you want. Here are our tips and guide to finding the best deals this Labor Day.

  • Always comparison shop: Practically every retailer offers Labor Day sales. As a result, we recommend that you always comparison shop — no matter what you're buying. If you're shopping for a new 4K TV, look at deals from Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart. If you're in the market for new kitchen appliances, check out Kohl's, Amazon, Home Depot, and Lowe's. That way you'll see who has the lowest price on the item(s) you want. 
  • Use price tracking tools to weed out fake deals: Shoppers have an arsenal of tools to help them weed out bad Labor Day sales. One of our favorites is CamelCamelCamel. Although it only works on Amazon, it can give you the price history on just about any item sold on Amazon. We find it especially helpful for tech items like iPads, 4K TVs, and more. 
  • Beware of fake reviews: It's something every shopper does: We find something we want to buy and we Google reviews for that item. However, shoppers should be very cautious with the reviews they read because there are a lot of fake and paid user reviews out there. So if you've spotted a few Labor Day sales you're intent on buying, make sure you do your homework and rely on reviews from multiple users and not just users who leave glowing reviews. 
Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.