The best Labor Day appliance sales on kitchen gadgets, washers, dryers and more

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If you’ve been wanting to upgrade your home’s appliances, Labor Day is the time to buy. Appliances big and small will enjoy markdowns during the upcoming holiday weekend. However, you can already find plenty of great deals online. In fact, here’s a list of the best Labor Day appliance sales happening right now.

Leading up to Labor Day, you can find deals on large appliances, ranges, dishwashers, kitchen electronics, washers, dryers and more. If you’re curious about where to shop, The Home Depot, Lowe’s and Bed Bath & Beyond have already kicked off their official holiday sales. But other brands like Macy’s, Best Buy and Target have started to quietly mark down items, too.

When you think of appliances, you may think of the big stuff like refrigerators — but there are plenty of countertop appliances on sale as well. Get Instant Pot’s Vortex Air Fryer for less than $100 or a limited-edition Johnathan Adler-designed Keurig coffee maker for 20% off.

Browse the list below to take advantage of some of the best Labor Day appliance sales before they’re over.

Labor Day sales on large kitchen appliances

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Labor Day sales on small kitchen gadgets and appliances

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Labor Day sales on washers and dryers

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