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Target has launched big-time sales to compete with Prime Day. This midcentury-inspired coffee table ($95.99) is 40 percent off.
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Amazon is in the second day of a 48-hour blowout Prime Day sale, and the annual shopping event has turned into a veritable Black Friday in July. In order to compete, other retailers have launched their own sales, slashing prices and offering steep discounts.

This is good news for shoppers, as over the past week we’ve seen the lowest prices ever on Prime Day favorites like the Instant Pot. You can see our curated list of the best Prime Day deals for the home over here, but if you’re looking to shop elsewhere, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve rounded up the best anti-Prime Day sales below, detailing how long each sale lasts and what you can expect. Check back frequently as more sales are added.

Home tech and appliances

Best Buy: Check out the Best Buy 48-hour Flash Sale (ends 7/16 at 11:50 pm) for great deals on TVs, home theater systems, and smart home tech.

eBay: Ebay has launched their own Crash Day, with 50 percent off air fryers and more.

Walmart: Score big deals—no membership required—on many of the same items available on Amazon, like Dyson vacuums, air fryers, and Roombas. This deal for 50 percent off a Google home is especially good. Sale runs from now until 7/17.

Furniture and decor

Apt2B: The furniture outlet at Apt2B is hosting a 48 percent off sale for 48 hours, ending late Tuesday night. You’ll find great steals on sofas, arm chairs, and even beds.

Houzz: The furniture site Houzz is running a Semi-Annual Sale through July 21 with up to 75 percent off season bestsellers across all categories. Some of the best deals include this circular outdoor sofa and a sleek TV stand.

Joss & Main: The site is launching “Don’t Think Twice,” a sale from through 7/22 that discounts furniture, decor, and bedding up to 70 percent off.

Target: Head to Target Deal Days for 40 percent off rugs, furniture, and more. This $60 off deal on a Google Nest Thermostat is decent, too. Through 7/16.

Urban Outfitters: A July 15 sale marks down all sale items by another 50 percent off, and shoppers can also expect 40 percent off home products from 7/16 through 7/22.

Wayfair: Starting 7/19 through 7/23, Wayfair’s Black Friday in July sale will offer up to 70 percent off products and steep discounts on outdoor furniture and high-end kitchen brands.

Home Improvement

Ace Hardware: The well-known hardware store is launching Ace Rewards Day for July 15 and 16. On July 15, Ace Rewards Members get free delivery, and on July 16, shoppers can score 15 percent off all online purchases.

Lowe’s: Getting in on the action for anti-Prime sales with an online-only sale, Lowe’s is offering some steep discounts on products, like 50 percent off the Dyson Small Ball Multi Floor Bagless Upright Vacuum.

Mattresses and bedding

Allswell: Get 15 percent off mattresses and bedding sitewide with the code JULY15 from through 7/16.

Coddle: Take 50 percent off a dual-sided mattress and 15% off all other products when you use code DEALDAYS from through 7/17.

Don’t miss a single Prime Day deal to spruce up your home. And head right here for the latest savings in tech, gaming, and for the kitchen.