Savings ahead! These are the best deals to shop this weekend

Rudie Obias and Izabella Zaydenberg
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You can't miss these sales. (Photo: Getty)
You can't miss these sales. (Photo: Getty)

As much as we love Amazon and Walmart, the retailers are experiencing shipping delays — so unless you’re looking to purchase something you may not receive for a while, your best bet is to look elsewhere.

The good news is that the surge in online shopping has led to big sales at other online retailers. For starters, you can pick up amazing Sony headphones at Target for a fraction of the price. Best Buy is still a good spot for all things tech. And, of course, Zappos’ sale on all things Nike can’t be beat.

Here are the deals you need to shop this weekend.

Fashion

Classic, yet cute. (Photo: Nordstrom)
Classic, yet cute. (Photo: Nordstrom)

Sure, you might be living in your comfiest clothes now, but that doesn’t mean you can just forget about your summer wardrobe — or your activewear. Zappos has plenty of Nike apparel on sale for both lounging and working out, and Nordstrom has plenty of styles perfect for warmer weather at up to 40 percent off.

One of our favorite styles? These classic leather slides by Madewell. Wear them with jeans, leggings, shorts — or even as slippers.

Looking for more fashion deals? Check these out:

Tech

Noise-canceling headphones for less (Photo: Target)
Noise-canceling headphones for less (Photo: Target)

Let’s face it, a premium pair of noise-canceling headphones can cost you upwards of $400. However, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to get a high quality pair from a top name brand. Right now, these Sony Noise Canceling Headphones (WHCH700N/B) are on sale for $130, or $70 off at Target. That’s a 35 percent savings.

These headphones are are wireless and feature a 35-hour battery life, so there’s more than enough juice to get you through the day. If fact, if you want a longer battery life, use the included wire instead for another 15 hours of use. That’s up to 50 hours of juice on a single charge.

Check out these other hot deals on tech below:

Beauty

Your eyes will thank you. (Photo: Sephora)
Your eyes will thank you. (Photo: Sephora)

Spending more time at home means you may be able to devote extra attention to your skincare routine. Luckily, this weekend has the lion’s share of beauty sales — including the start of Sephora’s spring sale and Ulta’s skincare extravaganza. Sephora’s sale is currently only open to VIB Rouge members, though it opens up to VIBs on April 21, and Beauty Insiders on April 23.

Not sure where to start? This Belif eye cream infuses your under-eye area with moisture while boosting elasticity and helping prepare the skin for makeup application.

Check out more beauty deals here:

Furniture

Imagine spending afternoons lounging on this. (Photo: Wayfair)
Imagine spending afternoons lounging on this. (Photo: Wayfair)

The weather is finally getting warmer — we are more than halfway through April, after all — so your backyard can finally become the oasis of your dreams. Wayfair’s sale makes it easy and affordable to get your outdoor area in shape with markdowns of up to 65 percent off all outdoor furniture. Target is having a sale on patio items for up to 25 percent off, plus an extra 15 percent off outdoor furniture with code SPRING.

This Birch Lane chaise is made of acacia and galvanized steel, so it’s sturdy (supports up to 300 pounds) yet airy and inviting. The best part? It’s 67 percent off.

Check out other deals on furniture below:

Taxes

E-file for free (Photo: H&R Block)
E-file for free (Photo: H&R Block)

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Tax Day was pushed back to July 15. This means you’ll have three more months to get your taxes in order so you can file this summer.

If you’re a do-it-yourselfer, H&R Block has free e-filing for federal and state taxes. This is a quick and easy way to file taxes yourself with a simple “snap-a-pic” feature to import W2 forms and technical support with tax coaching (yes, please). All for free.

However, if you need guidance (and who doesn’t), H&R Block offers more plans for complex tax returns starting at just $30 (was $50) for federal tax filing. This is perfect for people dealing with real estate taxes, mortgage interest and a Health Savings Account (HSA). Check out all the fun tax plans here.

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