It’s been a few weeks since Amazon’s massive Prime Day sale came and went. But that doesn’t mean you have to wait until Black Friday for the next round of major deals and discounts. We’re less than two weeks away from Labor Day, which lands on Sept. 4 this year, and will bring some of the best prices of the year on big ticket items like mattresses, major appliances, furniture and more.

A handful of brands have kicked things off a little early this year, and the deals are already starting to roll in. We’ve rounded up some of the best early Labor Day sales you can shop right now below, as well as some other tips to help you make the most of this year’s bargains. And we’ll continue to update this page as more sales start popping up, so be sure to check back often.

Best Labor Day sales running now

We’re still over a week out from Labor day, but plenty of brands are wasting no time rolling out the savings. Here are the best early Labor Day sales that you can shop right now.

Avocado makes some of our favorite organic mattresses of 2023, and right now you can snag one for hundreds off. Just use the promo code LABORDAY to save up to 30% on mattresses. This code will also save you 20% on bases and bedding, 10% on toppers and more. 

Brentwood Home makes our overall favorite gel mattress of 2023, and right now you can pick it up for less. Use the promo code LABORDAY to save 10% on mattresses, as well as bases, bedding and other accessories. 

Sleep Number is offering some great Labor Day deals on bedding and accessories. Select bedding is already up to 20% off, and when you buy one set of sheets or a PlushComfort pillow, you can get a second for 50% off. 

Nolah mattresses are some of our favorites for people who sleep on their side, and you can snag one for as much as $1,200 off at its ongoing early access Labor Day sale. You’ll also get two free Squishy pillows ($198 value) with the purchase. 

Casper makes our overall favorite bed-in-a-box mattress, and you can pick it up for even less thanks to its ongoing Labor Day sale. You can save 20% sitewide, including mattresses, bedding, furniture, accessories and more. 

Lenovo is offering some doorbuster deals for Labor Day, including up to 76% off top-rated laptops, two-in-ones and desktops, as well as keyboards, mice, gaming gear and more. Plus, students and teachers can take an extra 10% off after confirming their ID.

When do Labor Day sales start and end?

Although Labor Day falls on Monday, Sept. 4, this year, the deals have already started rolling in. Several brands have already kicked off some early sales, with even more on the way later in the week. We’ll see more big savings events at the start of next week, and the very best bargains will be reserved for the long Labor Day weekend (Sept. 1-4). A handful of brands and retailers will squeeze in a few extra days of savings after the long weekend, but for the most part, sales will begin wrapping up after the holiday has officially passed. 

Where are the best Labor Day sales?

Most major retailers like Amazon, Target and Best Buy will take advantage of the holiday to offer their own sales and deals on select tech like headphones, TVs and more. But those aren’t the only places you’ll want to look if you’re hoping to score some major savings. Labor Day brings some of the best prices of the year on bigger and pricier items like major appliances, mattresses and furniture. We typically see massive sales at hardware stores like Home Depot and Lowes, as well as online retailers like Wayfair and Overstock. And if you’re in the market for a new bed, there are already plenty of mattress deals you can shop right now, with more on the way.

Should I shop Labor Day sales or wait for Black Friday deals?

Black Friday is the biggest shopping event of the year, so it can be tough to compete with the massive holiday savings that it offers. However, it also depends on what you’re shopping for. Labor Day sales tend to be geared toward larger items like major appliances and furniture, while Black Friday sales are more focused on tech, gifts and everyday essentials like TVs, headphones, laptops, apparel, workout equipment and more. So if you if you’ve been waiting for the right time to pull the trigger on a new fridge or dishwasher, Labor Day is the time to shop, but if you want to find a great price on a pair of AirPods, you’ll probably want to hold out for Black Friday. 

What about Amazon Prime Big Deal Days?

As it has for the past couple of years, Amazon has announced an October version of Prime Day. For 2023, the online retailer is calling it Amazon Prime Big Deal Days (versus last 2022’s Prime Early Access Sale moniker). All we know is that the sale will take place sometime in October, but if it aligns with last year’s dates, expect it to be in the first half of the month. 

How to keep up with the best Labor Day sales

The CNET Deals team covers all of the best price drops, discounts and deals every day from across the web. We’ll be tracking all of the major retailer sales during Labor Day and sharing the promotions you need to hear about — and there are plenty of ways to hear from us. 

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