The bad news: You’re losing an hour of sleep on March 13. The good news? You can save money, thanks to all the deals retailers are offering. And a lot of these deals coincide nicely with many of the pain points of daylight saving time — think deals on mattresses, sleep aids, bedding, coffee and more. So, even though you’re losing that hour, you can make up for it with higher quality sleep (and more energy) the rest of the year.
And, if you want even more deals on fashion, beauty, home goods and more, be sure to shop our Daylight Savings event, which runs March 12 to March 20. We’ll be bringing you some great deals, as well as a special promotion: Lose and hour, gain a buck. New users who sign up for a RetailMeNot account and use a qualifying offer during the event will get $1 deposited into their RetailMeNot wallet! Learn more.
Bed Bath & Beyond March Sleep Event
Through March 13, get up to 30% off on a wide swath of items at Bed Bath & Beyond that will improve your sleeping and waking hours alike. You’ll find deals on cozy Nestwell bedding, body-ache-soothing Therapedic pillows, air-cleansing purifiers, mind-cleansing white sound machines and so much more. Blackout curtains, plush robes and sleep-aid gummies are also discounted.
The Casper Daylight Savings Sale runs until March 15 and features up to $595 off mattresses and up to $1,250 off bundles.
RMN is offering an exclusive 50% off plus an extra 11% off sitewide with this promo code. This is a great opportunity to save on a mattress, if you’ve been waiting to upgrade and sacrificing a good night’s sleep for far too long. If you don’t need a mattress, MattressFirm offers lots of small-ticket items that make a big impact on sleep quality, like bedding and pillows.
Sometimes, you just can’t get that full night’s sleep you needed. So the trick, then, is to look like you got a full night’s sleep. e.l.f. has plenty of beauty and self-care products that do just that. For the month of March, get two free minis when you spend $25 and an additional gift when you spend $40.
Wolferman’s Bakery Muffin Madness
If you have to get up in the morning, you might as well upgrade breakfast. Wolferman’s lets you order rise-and-shine goodies like English muffins, bagels and bear claws (plus gift baskets containing all those things), and it’s offering up to 20% off during its Muffin Madness sale.
Puritans Pride Sleep Support Sale
Puritans Pride is offering a slew of BOGO deals and discounts on herbal sleep aids, including Valerian, Melatonin and Ashwagandha root extract. Plus, you can get 6% cash back at RetailMeNot at Puritans Pride through the end of March — so if you wake up on March 13 feeling groggy, you’ve got plenty of time to take advantage.
Through March 14, get up to 40% off select Sealy mattresses. There are more deals you won’t want to snooze on, including bedding under $75 and must-have sheet sets under $50.
If you’re feeling sleepy, we think the words “FREE COFFEE” might wake you up. And that’s exactly what you get when you buy a Keurig brewer through March 27. Use this code when you buy select brewers and get two free boxes of pods.
If you’re just too sleepy to hunt for deals, this sitewide promo code keeps things simple. Use this code on JCPenney.com through March 23 and get 20% off. It’s good on sheets, blackout curtains, select coffee makers and more.
Target Circle Week runs through March 12, just before we lose that precious hour. Deals include 20% off Room Essentials and Made by Design pillows. And, if you can’t find a Circle Week deal on the particular coffee maker, sleep mask or weighted blanket you want, the sale also offers members 2X earnings on purchases, so you’ll earn double the Target Circle rewards on them.
You’ll need to be a Target Circle member to shop the deals, but joining is free and easy.
Get up to 30% off custom blinds and shades through March 16 at HomeDepot.com. This sale lets you shop everything from roller shades, to blackout curtains, to bamboo shades — whatever makes your bedroom your happy sleepy place.
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