Labor Day is on Monday, September 7, 2020. Many retailers hold massive sales on the holiday in an attempt to attract shoppers. By looking for great Labor Day deals, you can save a bundle on all kinds of items. Here’s a look at some of the most exciting sales this Labor Day.


There plenty of discounts available at this e-retailer for this holiday. Echo and Fire TV devices are available for below the usual price, and there is an Amazon Labor Day page that features discounts on movies, books, music, and more.


Walmart traditionally offers some substantial savings opportunities around Labor Day. Mattresses can be found at a discount, as well as a variety of home, garden, sports, and outdoor items.

Certain summer-oriented goods also have price reductions. Summer clothing will be cheaper on and around the holiday, as well as other seasonal items.

Home Depot

Labor Day signals a big sale at Home Depot. Select appliances are up to 40 percent off, as well as some kitchen and bath items. Outdoor items, including patio furniture and grills, are available for less than usual. Plus, garden and lawn care supplies are available with deep discounts.


Lowe’s isn’t going to let Home Deport have all of the sales-related fun this Labor Day. The retailer also has some great deals available, including home appliance discounts up to 40 percent and up to 20 percent savings on grills. Plus, there’s a sale on select patio furniture, outdoor equipment and tools, gardening supplies, flooring, and more.


At Target, you’ll find deep discounts on a variety of big-ticket items this Labor Day, including electronics and home appliances.


This Labor Day, Overstock is offering an extra 15 to 20 percent off select items. Furniture, patio items, home décor, bedding, rugs, mattresses, jewelry, and art are just some of the categories with discounts this year.

Sam’s Club

If you want to save on big-ticket items and are a Sam’s Club member (or are open to becoming one), consider heading to Sam’s Club this Labor Day. You’ll find various discounts on mattresses, home appliances, televisions, furniture, outdoor and patio items, and more.

Best Buy

For savings on appliances and electronics, Best Buy has a Labor Day sale worth checking out. Appliance Top Deals discounts can reach up to 40 percent and, if you spend at least $399, you’ll qualify for free delivery on them too. Select back-to-school small appliances are also available for less, some with savings reaching 30 percent. Plus, there is a solid selection of other electronics with reduced prices.


At Sears, you’ll find discounts on select appliances and tools. For home appliances, you may save up to 40 percent. With tools, the discount reaches up to 50 percent, and you might score an extra 10 percent off on certain items.


Mattresses are typically on sale during major holidays, and Labor Day is no exception. At Tempur-Pedic, you can save up to $700 on select mattress sets.


At Dell, you’ll find savings on a variety of electronics. Some items include select desktops, laptops, servers, and computer accessories.


HP is also serving up discounts this Labor Day. Select laptops, desktops, printers, and monitors are available for less this year.


Labor Day furniture deals are plentiful at La-Z-Boy. You’ll find discounts on a slew of recliners, including rocking models. Plus, there are discounts on select chairs and sofas, making it possible to outfit an entire living room for less.


On Labor Day, select designer clothing, fragrances, furniture, baby gear, rugs, art, and more are on sale at Macy’s. Plus, if you shop online, you might qualify for free shipping too.


JCPenney has a wide variety of items on sale this Labor Day, though some do require a discount code. Search for available codes before you check out.

These are just some of the amazing Labor Day deals available in 2020. As the holiday draws closer, more retailers may announce sales, so keep your eyes peeled to make the most of the Labor Day discounts.

Are you planning to take advantage of  2020 Labor Day deals? Did you spot a sale that isn’t on this list? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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