The Top 26 Fourth of July Sales

Ladies, there are some great sales happening now! Here’s a quick round-up, my favorites in bold — let us know if you’ve found any other great deals or sales in the comments!

– The $17.76 Revolutionary Sale — tons of items marked to $17.76. Ends July 4 at 11:45 PM ET.
– Anthropologie: Extra 25% off all sale clothing.
– Ann Taylor: Semi-Annual Sale, up to 70% off original prices.  No code needed.
– Banana Republic: Save an extra 40% off on already-reduced items with code BRSTARS. Ends 7/4.
– Bare Necessities:  Today only save 20% off on over 140 brands.
– Bloomingdale’s: Fourth of July Sale, online and instore, now through July 4: Save 25-65% on a great selection.
– Bluefly: Summer Blowout sale, now up to 80% off.
– Boden – Get 15% off plus free shipping and free returns on Boden Womenswear.
– Brooks Brothers: Semi-annual sale, save up to 40% off the entire site.  Ends tonight at 11:59 PM EST.
– Charm & Chain: Take 20% off all necklaces with code FIREWORKS (and: Summer Sale: up to 40% off).
– Club Monaco – Fourth of July Sale: Enjoy an extra 30% off already reduced styles.
– CUSP by Neiman Marcus: Take an additional 40% off already reduced apparel.
– eBags: 20% off most items plus free shipping on all orders.
– French Collection: The Collection is 60% off, and “today the Collection is reduced further.”
– Intermix: Take an extra 40% off all sale for a total savings of up to 75%.
– Jones New York: Semi-Annual Sale, save up to 75% with an additional 40% off already reduced styles.  Ends July 4 , 11:5 PM ET.
– Last Call by Neiman Marcus: Red, white, & wow sale!  Extra 30%=60% off everything.  Deeper discounts now through July 5.
– The Limited:  Up to 70% off plus an extra 40% off on markdowns.
– Lord & Taylor:  Fourth of July sale, extra 20% off regular, sale and clearance with promo code JULY4.
– Loehmann’s:  Clearance blowout — clearance items priced at $5 and $10 or 50% off.  50% off savings ends 7/4.
– Macy’s: Online exclusive, extra 25% off clearance.  Extra 15% off + free shipping with $99 purchase with code FOURTH.
– ShopBop: Event of the season: up to 70% off 100s of items.
– Sierra Trading Post: 26th Anniversary Sale, extra 20-30% off select items.
– Tory Burch: 4th of July event, receive up to 30% off.
– Yoox: Up to an extra 70% off the spring/summer collection.
– Zappos: Fourth of July clearance — tons of new markdowns.


  1. I love this time of year because stores are getting rid of all their summer stuff, even though it’s super warm where I am for the next several months. However! In looking at the Banana sale online, I noticed a shirt there for $39 that I recently picked up in store for $8 — online shopping isn’t always cheaper!

  2. Threadjack – I am considering straightening my hair and have read the previous comments on this site about Japanese v. Keratin treatment.
    It seems like Keratin treatment is more for “repair” and conditioning rather than for straightening, is that right? I’ve done a Japanese straightening many years ago and loved that it was hassle free – a wash and go type of style that looked perfect right out of bed. My hair has a lot of volume (usually requires texturizing, or thinning out during haircuts) so I’m not concerned about loss of volume. I thought Keratin may be a gentler, less harmful way of getting the same result but from what I’ve seen it seems to need a lot more maintenance and even flat ironing. Any insight?
    For more background – I am coming to the end of breastfeeding my year old baby. I held off on hair treatments throughout pregnancy and bf’ing because I didn’t want to risk the chemicals transmitting (yes I know, so many people do it, the risk isn’t really that much and so on – but first baby, and maybe I’m a bit paranoid!). But I also have very little time and patience for hair styling and really need a ready to wear hairstyle. Hence my dilemma between mild (keratin) and effective (Japanese).

    • I have thick hair with a lot of volume, waves, and curls. I have had the Aveda Keratin treatment and something called Keratin express. Neither of them made my hair straight, but that’s not what I wanted so it was fine. It was a bit easier to flat iron if I wanted to wear it straight, though.

    • I’ve had the CHI straightening (I think it’s Keratin), and I loved it. This was one I had to wait 2 days to wash my hair after the treatment. I still had to use a flatiron (my hair is super curly) but my hair was really shiny and looked very healthy. It took me maybe 1o minutes just to smooth it with the flatiron. As it wore out, I had waves and then eventually curls but didn’t have to wait for new growth. I’ve never had the Japenese treatment but the fact that it is so permanent scared me. However, I have tried other Keratin treatments (I can’t remember what they were but they were groupon-type deals) with little-to-no noticeable results.

  3. My afternoon happy: I ordered this: and it cutes me out. Can’t wait to get it. My desk needs some class, and I never know what to do with business cards.

  4. Has anyone seen a Cole Haan sale going on anywhere? Still looking for the Air Violet 60 pump in nude, and holding out for a sale. Looks like the 25% off on their website only applies to sale items.

    • 6pm [dot] com and endless [dot] com both have tons of Cole Haans on sale, including some Air Violets.

  5. For those of you who live in an area with a Dillard’s clearance center, they’re doing all apparel buy one get one free through tomorrow.
    (For Tampa Bay ‘rettes – the Dillard’s at University Mall is a clearance center)

  6. Gotta love summer sales! Thanks for the info=!

  7. Saks has a ton of bag on super sale.

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