Hands down, these are the best Way Day deals under $100

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Most people look forward to Wayfair’s annual Way Day sale in April. It’s a great opportunity to score massive deals on home decor items for every room in your living space.

So imagine our surprise to learn Wayfair is bringing back Way Day in October! The major two-day sale event is going down today and tomorrow, and prices are up to 80% off. Whether you just moved into a new place or want to spruce up your space ahead of the holiday-entertaining season, now is the time to do it.

Obviously, Wayfair will have huge markdowns on big-ticket items like couches and sofasbed frames, mattressesrugs and more at the Way Day sale. If the sale caught you off guard and there’s just not room in your budget for a big purchase, consider a few of the under-$100 Way Day deals below. Sometimes the smallest details can make the largest impact in your living space, and the finds below are definitely worth snagging on sale.

Way Day Deals Under $100

Guilford 3 – Drawer Dresser, $94.99 (Orig. $122)

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Wynnewood 25.6″ Counter Stool (Set of 2), $82.99 (Orig. $113.99)

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Spice By Tia Mowry Savory Saffron Enameled Cast Iron Casserole With Lid, 6-Quart, $49.99 (Orig. $79.99)

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Eddie Bauer- 100% Cotton Flannel- Cozy & Soft- Deep Pocket- Solid Sheets & Pillowcase Sets, $31.81 (Orig. $67)

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Cabello Power Loom Performance Pink/White Rug, $49.99 (Orig. $103.99)

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Beckville Solid + Manufactured Wood Nightstand, $95.99 (Orig. $137.99)

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Aukerman 68″ Arc Floor Lamp, $54.99 (Orig. $112.99)

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