11 of the best St. Patrick's Day sales
St. Patrick's Day is a time to celebrate, pinch those who missed the memo to wear green and shop. But shopping doesn't mean you have to deplete your pot of gold.
We've rounded up 11 great sales and deals that celebrate the March holiday (and even a few that don't).
You can find just about anything on sale at Amazon. The online marketplace has launched a series of limited-time St. Paddy's Day-inspired deals on clothing, alcohol, jewelry and even electronics.
For instance, through March 18, save up to 49 percent on Lucky Brand men's St. Patrick's Day shirts, bringing the price down to $19.99 each. Or, through March 31, take up to 70 percent off St. Patrick's Day costumes and accessories.
Be sure to check the specifics of each particular product, as ending dates for this promotion vary.
Oriental Trading Company
Party and craft supply store Oriental Trading Company is holding a 60 percent off St. Patrick's Day sale.
The store has slashed prices on a ton of items, including light-up necklaces and inflatable leprechaun decorations. Buy soon for a last-minute party or stock up on discounted supplies that you can use next year.
Flower deliveries are common for Mother's Day and Valentine's Day, but they can be a nice surprise for St. Patrick's Day, too.
Through March 17, you can save 25 percent on St. Patrick's Day flowers from Teleflora by entering promo code AFLSPADDY25 at checkout.
Men's accessory retailer Ties.com is commemorating St. Patrick's Day with 15 percent off on non-sale items sitewide. Use promo code FEELINGLUCKY. You'll also enjoy free shipping in the U.S.
And despite its name, the site sells much more than ties. You'll also find festive cuff links, socks, pocket squares and more.
Nearly everything that's green or has a shamrock on it is on sale at Kohl's. Browse through a selection of discounted shirts, pillows, kitchen towels, decorations and more at the department store.
The I'm Not Irish, But My Coffee Is 14-ounce coffee mug, for instance, is on sale for $4.99 (regularly $12.99). We also spotted the Eat Drink and Be Irish throw pillow for $14.99 (regularly $29.99).
Get your fill of light-up green sunglasses, green sequin headbands and a whole lot more at the buy one, get one free sale on St. Patrick's Day jewelry and accessories at Claire's. This promotion is available online only.
Save 30 percent on everything green at apparel and accessory store Love Culture. Input promo code STPATTSDAY at checkout to have 30 percent taken off your green dress, pants, romper, eyelash curler and much more.
Save on a selection of St. Paddy's-themed cookie tins and gift boxes at dessert specialty store Cheryl's. The gift boxes have been marked down by up to $25, depending on the assortment.
Rachael Ray Store
If you've had enough of four leaf clovers and leprechauns, use March sales as a chance to save big on nonfestive items as well.
The March Mania Sale at the Rachael Ray Store features deals of up to 79 percent off on Rachael Ray favorites.
We found the Rachael Ray Cucina 4 1/2-Quart Covered Round Casserole dish on sale for $31.99 (list price of $100), and the Rachael Ray Turners 2-Piece Set for $6.39 (list price of $30).
Pier 1 Imports
The Spring Dining Sale comes around once a year at interior decorating retailer Pier 1 Imports, and that time is now.
Save up to 20 percent across a broad spectrum of categories, including: indoor dining furniture, dinnerware, drinkware, napkins and flatware. That brings the price of the Torrance 60-inch Dining Table down to $382.45 (regularly $449.95).
Lowe's is helping you use St. Patrick's Day weekend to kick off spring cleaning with the store's Kobalt Serious Savings Event through March 21.
Tool selection varies by store, but you can expect 20 percent off Kobalt truck boxes and tool storage, and up to 30 percent off select Kobalt mechanic tool sets.
Whether you're buying St. Patrick's Day-specific items, or just taking advantage of some seasonal discounts, check the fine print and expiration dates to make sure you don't miss out.
Related: 15 things you can stop wasting your money on
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