Shop the summer sale for discounts on patio furniture and more

Jerome Powell
Here are all the best deals from Macy's summer sale.

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Memorial Day 2021 is less than a week and a half away, and that means summer’s not far behind. To get you prepped for the season ahead, Macy’s is having a major summer sale with discounts on everything from home goods to cooking essentials

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Right now, not only can you snag heavily discounted patio furniture, with savings up to 83%, you can also grab 10 to 25% off select other regular and sale price items with coupon code SUMMER at checkout through Sunday, May 23. You’ll also nab free shipping if you spend more than $25.

If you’re looking for some outdoor seating to add to your space, for instance, consider the Wayland outdoor bench, marked down from $699 to $329, saving you nearly $400. Available in two shades, Cast Ash and Cast Oasis, this item has a perfect 5-star rating from Macy’s shoppers, who loved the comfort of the “substantial” cushion. 

Keep on scrolling for the rest of the best markdowns available at Macy’s summer sale. 

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