Best 4th of July sales from across the web 2021


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Stand up and salute! The biggest sales of the summer are here — and we've gathered all the best deals for you. (Photo: Getty Images)

Stand up and salute! The biggest sales of the summer are here — and we’ve gathered all the best deals for you. (Photo: Getty Images)

It’s 4th of July weekend — a time to celebrate freedom. This year, it has a special meaning, as we all emerge to hang with friends and family, exchange hugs and high-fives, and launch a summer of appreciation and joy. 

Before you fire up the grill or head to the beach, take a minute to benefit from the celebratory sales. No need to open a thousand tabs and peruse sites of countless retailers — we did the legwork for you, combing through the options and pulling together one list of can’t-miss opportunities below. 

As for the sales themselves? They’re absolutely massive. You’ll find amazing discounts on tech, small appliances, home goods, and more. There’s no shortage of steals and deals this holiday weekend.

So let’s get to it: Here are the July 4th sales you absolutely can’t afford to miss, from across the web. 

Best TV sales

We have seen the future, and it's this Sony 4K TV. (Photo: Amazon)

We have seen the future, and it’s this Sony 4K TV. (Photo: Amazon)

This Sony X80J 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart Google TV is the latest from a manufacturer that’s long been at the forefront of top-notch home video. No shocker, then, that the display on this set is dazzlingly vivid and detailed. Originally $1,000, this beauty is available for only $898 for the 4th of July.

Sony’s state-of-the-art Processor X1 is the power behind its true-to-life visuals, while HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings make sure colors stay bright and black levels are dark. Get ready: It’s going to feel like you’re sitting in the middle of all the action.

This 4K TV includes Google TV with instant access to hundreds of popular streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Paramount+, Peacock and much, much more. It even has built-in Chromecast for slinging videos and music from your phone or tablet to the TV. Also: The remote has a microphone that lets you use Google Assistant for voice search and hands-free navigation. And shoppers just love it too.

“In one word: Awesome….,” raved a five-star reviewer of this Sony. “It can be adjusted to give you absolute black even in a dark room; 4K and HDR are amazing…”

Check out more 4th of July TV sales below:

  • Insignia NS-32DF310NA19 32-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV, $150 (was $200),

  • Insignia 55-inch NS-55F301NA22 F30 Series LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Fire TV, $400 (was $500),

  • Toshiba 32-inch Smart HD TV — Fire TV Edition, $160 (was $200),

  • Toshiba 43-inch 43C350KU C350 Series LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Fire TV, $320 (was $370),

  • Sony 55-inch Class X80J Series LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV, $750 (was $950),

  • Sony 65-inch Class X80J Series LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV, $900 (was $1,150),

  • LG 65-inch Class 4K Ultra HD NanoCell Smart TV, $997 (was $1,200),

  • LG 65-inch Class CX Series OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart webOS TV, $1,900 (was $2,200),

  • LG C1 65-inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV, $2,100 (was $2,500),

  • Samsung 70-inch Class 7 Series LED 4K Ultra HD Smart Tizen TV, $680 (was $750),

Best headphone and earbud sales

Save over 40 percent on these Beats beauties. (Photo: Amazon)

Save over 40 percent on these Beats beauties. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $199 — an incredible $151 off! — the Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones (in Matte Black) mix style and performance in one sleek design. These are Beats’ premium noise-canceling headphones that work seamlessly with just about any Apple device, including the iPhone, iPad and MacBook. The way they sync to your Apple products, thanks to Apple’s W1 chip for instant pairing, is magical. And Amazon shoppers are hooked.

“These are the best headphones I’ve ever had,” shared a delighted Amazon shopper. “I travel 99 percent of the time for work and am on planes twice a week. I am exhausted and don’t want to talk to people. These are perfect for when you’re feeling anti-social on the plane, in the airport….hell, anywhere! The 22-hour battery life and noise cancellation are mind-blowing. Definitely worth the money!”

Check out more 4th of July headphone and earbud sales below:

  • Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones, $145 (was $200),

  • Beats Solo Pro Headphones, $149 (was $300),

  • Beats Flex Wireless Earbuds, $39 (was $50),

  • Bietrun Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, $26 (was $130),

  • Apple AirPods (wireless charging case), $160 (was $199),

  • Apple AirPods Max, $490 (was $549),

  • Philips Wireless In-Ear Headphones, $30 (was $60),

  • JBL Tune 115TWS True Wireless Headphones, $50 (was $60),

  • Beats Flex All-Day Wireless Earphones, $40 (was $50),

  • Samsung Galaxy Buds+, $100 (was $150),

  • Meidong Bluetooth Noise-Canceling Over-Ear Headphones, $35 (was $70),

Best smart-home sales

Start building the smart home of your dreams with this bundle — save nearly 35 percent! (Photo: Lowe's)

Start building the smart home of your dreams with this bundle — save nearly 35 percent! (Photo: Lowe’s)

For the 4th of July, Lowe’s is giving you a chance to score the Google Nest Mini (second generation) and GE Smart Plug for just $40 (was $60).

The next-gen Nest Mini packs the Google Assistant into a sleek design with really great sound. Enjoy crisp vocals and balanced bass while you stream songs from Spotify, YouTube Music, SiriusXM, Pandora, Apple Music and more. Want a smart home? Now’s the time! If you have a phone in your pocket and a Wi-Fi network at home, you’re well on your way to building a smart home.

Plus, the bundle includes the GE Smart Plug (a $15 value), which can easily pair with the Google Nest Mini. Simply plug into a wall outlet, then plug in anything like a lamp, a TV or even a coffeemaker.

Then connect the plug to your Wi-Fi network and use your phone to sync to the Google Home app (for Android smartphones and Apple iPhones). That’s it! Now you can control just about anything in your home with your phone or just the sound of your voice via the Google Assistant. Fun!

“I am amazed at how much sound can come out of this little bitty device,” said a five-star Lowe’s reviewer. “The ease of setting it up via Wi-Fi was a breeze…I would recommend this little device for not only sound, but also ease of use. It can make your life simple and up-to-date if you carry a busy workload. Set a reminder and it will remind you even with a little music.”

Check out more 4th of July smart-home sales below:

  • Kamep Wireless Wi-Fi Video Doorbell Camera, $65 (was $130),

  • TP-Link N300 WiFi Extender (TL-WA855RE), $17 (was $30),

  • Moen 7594BL Arbor One-Handle Pulldown Kitchen Faucet, $289 (was $500),

  • Govee Smart Light Bulbs, $11 with on-page coupon (was $22),

  • Google Nest Mini, $35 (was $49),

  • Google Nest Learning Smart Thermostat, $199 (was $249),

  • Google Nest Hello, $149 (was $229),

  • Google Nest Cam Indoor Security Camera, $130 (was $200),

  • Honeywell RLV4300A1005 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat (renewed), $10 (was $35),

  • TP-Link Wi-Fi Mini Smart, $10 (was $18),

  • Beats Pill+ Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, $140 (was $230),

  • Philips Neopix Ultra Projector with Wi-Fi Screen Mirroring, Bluetooth & Built-in Media Player, $380 (was $400),

  • Lenovo Smart Clock Essential, $30 (was $50),

  • eufy Security eufy Wireless Smart, $170 (was $200),

  • Brookstone PhotoShare Digital Picture Frame, $110 (was $130),

  • Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness & Activity Tracker, $100 (was $130),

  • Defender Ultra HD 4K Wired Outdoor Security System (1TB), $260 (was $450),

  • Monoprice Wireless Smart Outdoor Dual Socket, $25 (was $38),

  • XODO Smart Wi-Fi HD Video Doorbell, $90 (was $150),

  • DHcamera Wired Spotlight Cam HD Security Camera, $150 (was $230),

  • Garmin Vivosport Fitness Tracker (renewed), $70 (was $200),

Love Spotify and Pandora, but still want to play your beloved CDs? Bose is here to keep physical media alive. (Photo: HSN)

Love Spotify and Pandora, but still want to play your beloved CDs? Bose is here to keep physical media alive. (Photo: HSN)

If you can’t let go of your old CDs and love listening to the radio, the Bose Wave Music System IV is the ticket. And for the 4th of July, HSN has temporarily dropped the price of this gem from $500 to just $300. That’s the lowest price we’ve found on the web right now — a savings of 40 percent.

This Bose speaker system projects crisp sound, and comes equipped with a Bluetooth receiver add-on, so you can wirelessly sync your smartphone or laptop to it. The design is elegant, minimal and slim, making it a seamless addition to your entertainment center or on its own in a bedroom, kitchen or living room. It also comes with a remote. If you enjoy waking up to the sound of music or the radio, you can program the system’s timer to sync up to your preferences too.

“Perfect sound system for the home,” wrote a five-star Bose reviewer. “The sound is simply stunning and fills the entire room. The radio reception is superb and the ability to play Internet radio via TuneIn brings this product firmly in the 2020s!”

New to HSN? Score an additional $20 off with promo code HSN2021 at checkout — and bring the price down to just 460 bucks. And if you’d rather not pay all at once (we get it), HSN lets you opt for five “FlexPays” of just $60, with no interest at all. Plus, free shipping!

Best smartphone and tablet sales

Forget the Apple iPad! This Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a better bargain — and it can do more too! (Photo: Amazon)

Forget the Apple iPad! This Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a better bargain — and it can do more too. (Photo: Amazon)

On sale for $170 (was $230), the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 weighs just over a pound and features 32GB of storage (expandable up to 1TB via microSD card). That’s got it all over Apple’s entry level tablet, which isn’t expandable. And unlike the iPad, the Tab A7’s 10.4-inch display has a full HD widescreen for immersive viewing.

Also out-Apple-ing Apple? The A7’s camera set is better than the one that comes with the iPad. It has an eight-megapixel selfie cam with a five-megapixel rear shooter on the front for video calls. “Mostly use for mobile gaming. Tried to play PS4 remote play, and it worked,” reported a satisfied gamer. “Sound is great and build quality is better than iPad. Speed is seamless.”

Check out more 4th of July smartphone and tablet sales below:

  • Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 32GB), $299 (was $329),

  • Apple iPad Air (10.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 256GB), $699 (was $749),

  • Linsay Android 10 Tablet with Marble Case, $98 (was $325),

  • Moto G Stylus Smartphone, $180 (was $218),

  • Linsay 10.1-inch New Quad Core 32GB Tablet Android, $100 (was $169),

  • Core Innovations 7-inch, $54 (was $70),

  • onn. 8-inch Tablet Pro, $79 (was $99),

  • Samsung Galaxy A11 (Net10), $99 (was $149),

  • Lenovo Tab M10 Plus, $170 (was $200),

  • Visual Land Prestige Elite 10QL 10-Inch 16GB Android Tablet, $90 (was $120),

Best gaming sales

Half price: The Last of Us Part II for PlayStation 4. (Photo: Walmart)

Half price: The Last of Us Part II for PlayStation 4. (Photo: Walmart)

On sale for $30 (was $60), The Last of Us Part II for PlayStation 4 is set five years after the first game and follows Ellie and Abby as they continue to survive in a post-apocalyptic United States. This is one of the best games of 2020 and it’s half off at Walmart.

“I have played it three times now,” shared a delighted gamer. “On each play through, I found something new, which I most likely missed because of the insane attention to detail in this game. It all started to make sense after my second play through. I think that The Last of Us Part II is one of the best storytelling masterpieces out there.”

Check out more 4th of July gaming sales below:

  • BioShock: The Collection, $19 (was $50),

  • NBA 2K21 (Xbox Series X), $20 (was $70),

  • Mafia: Definitive Edition (PS4), $20 (was $40),

  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4), $15 (was $40),

  • The Sims 4 (Xbox One), $5 (was $50),

  • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege (Xbox One), $13 (was $35),

  • Minecraft (Xbox One), $10 (was $30),

  • Outriders: Day One Edition (PS4), $40 (was $60),

  • Microsoft Xbox Series S 512GB with Xbox Game Pass and Accessories, $636 (was $700),

  • Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition (PS4), $20 (was $60),

  • Madden NFL 21 (Xbox One), $20 (was $60),

  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Xbox One), $30 (was $60),

  • The Pillars of The Earth (PS4), $29 (was $45),

  • Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled (PS4), $34 (was $40),

  • PlayStation Plus Membership (12 months), $38 (was $60),

  • Playstation Plus Membership (three months), $20 (was $25),

Best vacuum sales

This vacuum sucks...and that's a very good thing — save nearly 30 percent! (Photo: Walmart)

This vacuum sucks…and that’s a very good thing — save nearly 30 percent! (Photo: Walmart)

Do you have hair-shedding pets? Do you want to keep a clean home but are just too busy during your week to make sure it stays neat and tidy? If your answer is yes, then you need the EcoVacs Deebot U2 Robot Vacuum Cleaner. It’s on sale for an impressive $179, a sweet $71 off at Walmart.

The robovac makes it easy to keep your hardwood floors or carpet clean, even if you’re not at home. Just sync the vacuum to your smartphone via the Ecovacs app and let the Deebot do the rest. This vacuum uses “Smart Navi 2.0” technology to map your space, so it can keep your home free from crumbs, debris, pet hair and other icky things.

“Meet my new maid,” chirped a savvy Walmart shopper. “This mop and vac saves me a precious hour each evening I spend with my family after work instead of cleaning my floors. Easy to fill and I hand wash the mop attachment each night and air dry it for the next evening. Attractive design. Thorough cleaning. Can’t beat the price. It holds a charge for at least 110 mins. I’m completely satisfied.”

Check out more 4th of July vacuum sales below:

  • Dyson V8, $350 (was $450),

  • Lefant M210 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $140 with on-page coupon (was $400),

  • OKP Life K2 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $124 (was $300),

  • roborock E4 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $210 (was $300),

  • Kenmore 31510 Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $150 with on-page coupon (was $259),

  • iHome AutoVac Eclipse G 2-in-1 Robot Vacuum and Mop, $179 (was $400),

  • Shark RV2001WD AI Robot VacMop Pro, $480 (was $799),

  • Shark ION Robot Vacuum RV750, $149 (was $299),

  • Trifo Maxs Robot Vacuum, $400 (was $667),

  • iRobot Roomba E6 Vacuum Cleaning Robot E6198, $200 (was $380),

  • Eureka Groove 4-Way Control Robotic Vacuum, $129 (was $200),

  • Simplicity Sport Portable Canister Vacuum Cleaner, $109 (was $277),

  • Mighty Rock Robot Vacuum and Mop, $73 (was $130),

Best home office sales

Take note of the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 — and save $164 during 4th of July weekend! (Photo: Amazon)

Take note of the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 — and save $164 during 4th of July weekend! (Photo: Amazon)

For the 4th of July, the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 convertible laptop is on sale for just $386 — that’s 30 percent off for a model so popular, over 800 reviewers gave it five stars.

The sleek, incredibly thin Samsung Chromebook is actually more than just a laptop. It has a brilliant 12.2-inch HD touchscreen display (at 1900×1200 resolution) and flexible 360-degree hinge, so it can rotate to any angle for use as a tablet.

“I wanted both a tablet and a computer. I love that you can download apps and use them for both the computer and the tablet form,” reported a delighted five-star reviewer. “The stylus makes using Lightroom and other creative apps a breeze. Being able to use the cloud is a must because the storage would fill up pretty quickly…The large screen is also a good thing for activities like editing photos, drawing, and taking notes. Start up, web browsing, and apps are quick. The battery life is really great for everyday use…”

Check out more 4th of July home office sales below:

  • Cloud Massage Shiatsu Foot Massager Machine, $240 with on-page coupon (was $340),

  • Renpho Neck Shoulder Massager, $30 with on-page coupon (was $50),

  • Vybe Percussion Massage Gun, $150 with on-page coupon (was $200),

  • DamKee Massage Gun, $69 with on-page coupon for Prime members only (was $110),

  • WorkEZ Rise Aluminum Laptop Stand, $30 (was $33),

  • Samsung 27-inch Smart Monitor, $300 (was $329),

  • HP OfficeJet Pro 8035e All-in-One Printer, $220 (was $249),

  • Asus Chromebook C223, $265 (was $340),

  • Bell & Howell Adjustable Laptop Desk, $32 (was $50),

  • Embassy NanoShred 8-Sheet Paper Shredder, $100 (was $124),

  • OttLite Wireless Charging Desk Lamp, $35 (was $61),

  • Apple MacBook Pro (mid-2020), $1,099 (was $1,299),

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 5 (renewed), $540 (was $800),

  • Ousgar 47-inch White Desk, $100 (was $266),

  • Hemu Fashion Bamboo Laptop Lap Tray, $38 (was $80),

Best kitchen sales

Make smoothies, soups and more. (Photo: Amazon)

Make smoothies, soups and more. (Photo: Amazon)

When anything Instant Pot goes on sale for over 50 percent off, it’s time to take notice. The Instant Pot blender is a kitchen hero you’ll love at first sight. It easily whips up smoothies and soups, plus it can make delectable chunky dips and salsas, too. Love nut butters? This machine will turn out the creamiest toppings ever. It has over 10 presets, so you’ll find no shortage of uses for this whip-smart blender.

“This is, by far, the nicest blender we’ve ever owned,” one shopper shared. “Motor is powerful and blades have perfectly blended everything we’ve thrown in it. Almond nut butter was creamy and smoothies were the smoothest. Glass pitcher is, as advertised, professional quality. Big fan of the tamper as I have ruined more than my fair share of spoons with other blenders.”

Check out more 4th of July kitchen sales below:

  • Vitamix 5200 Blender, $390 (was $550),

  • Farberware Millennium Stainless Steel Cookware Pots and Pans Set, $104 (was $260),

  • Staub Pure Grill, 10.5″, $120 (was $243),

  • PowerXL 5.3 Quart Power Air Fryer, $91 (was $180),

  • Cuisinart Cordless Rechargeable Mini Chopper, $64 (was $80),

  • Kalorik 26 Quart Digital Air Fryer Oven, Stainless Steel, $200 (was $280),

  • 15 percent off orders over $100,

  • Lodge Enameled Cast Iron, $57 (was $93),

  • CRUX Artisan Series 7-Speed Blender, $40 (was $100), 

  • Ninja FD401 Foodi 8-Quart 9-in-1 Deluxe XL Pressure Cooker, $150 (was $250),

  • SodaStream Sparkling Water Maker (Rose Gold) Bundle, $88 (was $111),

  • Three-Piece Heart Cake Pan Set, $20 (was $30),

  • The Pioneer Woman Sweet Rose 3.2 Quart Baker with Tote, $19 (was $26),

Best beauty sales

Reveal your megawatt smile! (Photo: QVC)

Reveal your megawatt smile! (Photo: QVC)

Dreaming of white teeth but don’t want to invest hundreds of dollars into getting them professionally whitened? This kit will help. It comes with two toothpastes — one charcoal coconut and one packed with B12 — to eradicate stains and leave your pearly whites…white. 

You’ll get 28 whitening strips (that’s two weeks’ worth of treatments!) for just 50 bucks. Simply leave the strips on for 30 minutes, then remove and brush away the gel. Check out incredible before-and-after photos here.

Check out more 4th of July beauty sales below:

  • Obagi Medical 360 Retinol Moisturizer Cream, $40 (was $74),

  • Tan-Luxe Hydra Mousse Self-Tan Mousse Duo, $55 (was $98),

  • Up to 50 percent off select items and free shipping on all orders with code FREESHIP,

  • Up to 20 percent off select items and kits,

  • Calista Perfecter Pro Heated Round Brush with Embellish Spray, $94 (was $131.50),

  • Clinique Almost Lipstick Black Honey Duo, $20 (was $32.50),

  • Korres Body Firming Serum Spray, $20 (was $36.50),

  • 20 percent off NuFace,

  • Items up to 60 percent off,

  • Beauty finds starting at just $9.50,

  • Up to 75 percent off clearance,

  • BaBylissPRO Nano Titanium Lightweight Ionic Hair Dryer, $65 (was $85),

  • Elizabeth Arden Red Door Eau De Toilette, $38 (was $72),

  • Better Not Younger Lift Me Up Hair Thickener, $25 (was $34),

  • Olay Regenerist Retinol 24 Max Moisturizer, $43 (was $53),

  • Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo, $20 (was $24),

Best style sales

You'll never want to take these off. (Photo: Amazon)

You’ll never want to take these off. (Photo: Amazon)

Whether your summer plans include traveling, hikes, or strolling around town, comfy shoes are a must. Pick up Amazon’s No. 1 bestselling sneakers while they’re on sale, and you’ll be good to go. Adored by podiatrists and nurses alike, the slip-ons have a chunky, supportive sole and feel absolutely divine on your feet. Choose from 28 colors and sizes 5.5 to 11.

“These shoes are so great for nurses who stand on their feet for long periods of time,” a shopper declared. “Better than my $150 pair of shoes…medical professional healthcare providers, these are worth trying! They are like walking on bubble bouncing cushions.”

Check out more 4th of July style sales below:

  • Up to 50 percent off sitewide,

  • Extra 40 percent off markdowns,

  • Up to 50 percent off styles,

  • 60 percent off apparel with code GEARUP60,

  • 30 percent off select styles,

  • 1/10 Carat Diamond Solitaire Necklace, $28 (was $300),

  • Extra 30 percent off sale items,

  • Extra 15 percent off,

  • Skechers GOwalk Joy Washable Slip-On Sneakers, $52 (was $63.50),

  • Dresses starting at $10,

  • Tees and tanks, two for $14,

  • Avia Women’s Summer Romper, $7 (was $14),

  • Athletic Works Women’s Active Racerback Tank, $9 (was $15),

  • 10 percent off select styles and free shipping,

  • Up to 70 percent off sale,

  • Extra 25 percent off sale with code EXTRA,

  • HUE Short Sleeve Tee & Modern Classic Skimmer PJ Set, $38 (was $46),

  • OURS Women’s Summer Dress, $22 (was $40),

  • Up to 50 percent off hundreds of styles,

  • Leggings Depot High Waisted Solid Yoga Leggings, $13 (was $20),

  • Up to 50 percent off summer collection,

  • Up to 50 percent off select styles plus extra 20 percent off,

Best mattress and bedding sales

If your mattress alone isn't doing it for you, this topper might help. (Photo: HSN)

If your mattress alone isn’t doing it for you, this topper might help. (Photo: HSN)

If your mattress is feeling a bit blah but you don’t want to invest in a brand new one just yet, try this Concierge Collection topper on for size! The high loft fill is dreamy, and it’s quilted, which keeps it from bunching up — plus a stretchy skirt ensures the topper stays nice and snug. Can it get any better? It can! The moisture-wicking fabric stays cool on even the hottest nights. And it’s treated with an antimicrobial coating, which inhibits the growth of bacteria and other nasties.

Check out more 4th of July mattress and bedding sales below:

  • Rest Haven 2 Inch Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper, $55 (was $80),

  • 2 Pack Plixio Shredded Memory Foam Pillow, $40 (was $50),

  • 4earth 2-Pack Eco-Friendly Organic Cotton Standard Bed Pillows, $15 (was $25),

  • Farm to Home Organic Cotton Waffle Knit Comfy-let with Shams-Full/Queen, $100 (was $170),

  • Scott Living HygroCotton and Tencel 400TC Sheet Set with FlexiFit, $62 (was $99),

  • Casper Original Mattress, $931 (was $1,095),

  • beegod Pillows for Sleeping, $33 (was $58),

  • Casper Sleep Pillow for Sleeping, $55 (was $65),

  • AllerEase Cotton Euro Pillow, $13 (was $19),

  • Extra 25 percent off select home items,

  • 25 percent off sitewide plus $250 gift set,

Best pet sales

Your cat is going to love this scratching tower. (Photo: Walmart)

Your cat is going to love this scratching tower. (Photo: Walmart)

Tired of pleading with your cat to stop scratching the sides of your couch? This pole just might be the temptation she needs to stay away. It’s covered in thick sisal rope, and has a wide base so it won’t topple over as she digs her claws in. At the very top, a rotating feather (or mouse, or ball — the scratcher comes with plenty of options) ensures she’s fully engaged. You can even adjust the height of the pole, so smaller cats and kittens can get in on the fun.

“Our cats have been obsessed with this thing since I set it up!” a shopper shared. “They immediately went crazy for the toys it came with and are now scratching the post instead of my furniture! Amen!”

Check out more 4th of July pet sales below:

  • Buy three, get one free — toys, grooming and more,

  • WAG Dental Dog Treats, $10 (was $23),

  • Up to 50 percent off food, treats, furniture and more,

  • Animals Favorite New Rectangle Pet Bed, $33 (was $45),

  • EMME Dog Bed for Small Dogs, $35 (was $55),

  • Morpilot Pet Travel Carrier Bag, $31 (was $40),

  • Kadell Professional Quiet Electric Pet Hair Clipper, $27 (was $54),

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