Top Weekly Deals from NY Times, Sports Authority and More

Top Weekly Deals

Stores have been selling Halloween items for a while, and are already starting to sell Christmas decorations as well.  Retail stores are starting to ramp up and get ready for the big sale season, which means now is the perfect opportunity for shoppers to start planning their holiday gifts.  Here are some sales that are happening now so you won’t have to wait until the end of November.

Sports Authority: Save $10 off $75 

Check out this great sale and get something for that active person in your household. Sports Authority has gear for almost any sport you can imagine, so this is a great deal to help you save on almost any sport. No code needed, deal automatically applied in the cart.  Expires 10/19.

New York Times: Get unlimited access with a New York Times Digital Subscription: just 99c for your first 4 weeks.

If you are the type of person that loves to stay informed with all the news from around the world, The New York Times is the perfect source for you. Enjoy unlimited access to the world’s finest journalism, with continuous coverage of the most important news, issues and newsmakers, plus provocative opinion and innovative multimedia. Right now, save on a digital subscription and only pay $.99 cents to get 4 weeks of unlimited access to The New York Times’s content, including video, multimedia and blogs. Now you can read The New York Times on the go with their award-winning apps. No code needed to save. Expires 12/31.

Stila: Save up to 80% on more than 50 of Stila’s most sparkling products

If you aren’t familiar with Stila Cosmetics, I would recommend you taking a look at all of their great products. Whether you need makeup, eyeliner or more, Stila has you covered. With their fall sale, you can save up to 80% on a wide variety of their products. They have items for as low as $3, so now is the perfect time to try some of their products. All discounts are shown on the page, no code needed. Expires 10/22. Save up to 72% off original prices on canvas prints

Canvas prints are the hot new item when it comes to printing pictures. Instead of doing the standard framed pictures, a lot of people are going with canvas. has teamed up with to bring our loyal readers a special deal on canvas prints so you can stock up on them yourselves. If you enter in the code COUPINC3, you’ll be able to save up to 72% off the original price on your canvas order. Expires 10/31.

Home Depot: Save 5% off hardwood flooring orders

If you’re thinking about remodeling your home, Home Depot has the perfect offer for your floors. Right now, Home Depot is having a sale where you can save 5% off your flooring orders. But hurry, this great saving is only valid for the month of October. Use the coupon code HDFLOOR5 for great savings. Expires 10/31.



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About Kevin Sloan

I’m an avid saver who knows what it takes to get the best deals on everything I buy. Before buying anything, I do my research so I always find the best deals, and I want to share these deals with you! My goal is to help the readers save money because most people don’t have swimming pools full of cash that allow them to buy anything and everything they want. Since I am addicted to saving money, my girlfriend has given me the nickname Coupon Kevin. A very fitting name for someone who loves to save and who works at!

18 thoughts on “Top Weekly Deals from NY Times, Sports Authority and More

  1. These deals are very helpful and I especially love the stila one since that makes great stocking stuffers. Do you do this roundup weekly?

    • Hi Dee,
      Thank you for your question and we’re so glad to hear your interest. Yes, we do have these Top Weekly Deals available weekly. :)

  2. I love finding fantastic deals online…I hate fighting the crowds in stores so shopping at home is perfect for me…thanks for posting such good deals

  3. i love all the deals i can find. my niece can go into walmart fill a whole cart and spend less than 100 dollars she researches everything and makes them price match

  4. I don’t know where else to ask this but what stores actually accept coupons? Does Walmart and food-lion? I read under both their coupon acceptance polices that they don’t accept coupons that were obtained for free online?

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