Score thousands of products for up to 70 percent off at Overstock for a limited time

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There’s nothing that excites me more than a good sale, which is why I’m happy to dive into the massive deals happening over at Overstock right now.

The online retailer, known for carrying everything from quality home goods down to jewelry and apparel, is offering “mega markdowns” on thousands of its products. We’re talking about scoring some of brand’s top-rated home decor, bedding and more for up to 70 percent off.

For example, if you’re looking to spruce up your home in the midst of quarantine, you can find dozens of colorful area rugs for more than half off. We actually spotted this super popular 5×7 trellis style rug which normally retails for $383 cut down to only $82. There’s also several fab bedroom fixtures up for grabs. I personally love this Victorian iron bed that’s currently on sale for just under $300. It has over 3,000 reviews and is featured among some of the best-selling items available during the sale.

But that’s not all. If you’re in the market for some fun outdoor furniture, this best-selling 9-foot market umbrella could be a great addition to your backyard for just $50. For your socially distanced family barbecues, you can scoop up a ton of highly-rated grilling utensils and cookware, including this Cuisinart electric smoker for $38 off.

As icing on the cake, everything is free shipping.

It’s not clear when the deals end, but it’s best to scoop up your favorites early, since many deals are available for a few hours only. Ahead, we’ve complied a list of some of the best items on sale to add to your home this summer.

Shop: Nourison Aloha Floral Abstract Indoor Outdoor Area Rug, $37.09+ (Orig. $99+)

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Soft Essentials Ultra Soft 3-Piece Duvet Cover Set, $25.26+ (Orig. $89.99+)

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Round 1/10 Carat Petite Solitaire Lab Grown Diamond Necklace, $193.79 (Orig. $512.99)

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Wellington Outdoor Iron Fire Pit by Christopher Knight Home, $418.19

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Wakeman 4-Person Tent, $68.39 (Orig. $77.99)

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Jordan Manufacturing 9-foot Steel Market Umbrella, $49.64 (Orig. $64.99)

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Cuisinart 30-inch Electric Smoker, $212.07 (Orig. $249.49)

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Credit: Overstock

Shop: Costway Charcoal Grill Barbecue BBQ Grill Outdoor Patio Backyard, $294.09 (Orig. $345.99)

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Credit: Overstock

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