The long weekend may be over (we're sad, too), but the deals are still going strong at QVC. Many of their Presidents' Day sales on your favorite brands continue today — we're talking Dyson, Keurig, Skechers and Tarte. Even Oprah's must-have jeans from her annual favorite things list are discounted. Need we say more? The picks below make cleanup a snap, organization a breeze and your beauty routine easier than ever. Remember, if you see something, grab it — these Presidents' Day sales are going fast!
Oprah loves them and so do you, and now they're on sale in time for all of those prep-for-spring shopping sprees. NYDJ jeans (formerly called Not Your Daughter's Jeans) get you and your body — these jeans truly live up to the hype. They fit well, they last and they're made for real women with real bodies. Reviewers love the "Lift Tuck" technology featured in each pair because it gives you the right amount of support and contour for the perfect silhouette.
Like a typical concealer, the product covers any discoloration, but unlike many, Tarte Shape Tape doesn’t get clunky or look caked on. Made with prickly pear extract, mango butter and raspberry ketone, the vitamin-rich concealer brightens dark spots, conditions your skin and maintains elasticity — it even has a built-in eye cream for 24-hour moisturizing. Says one shopper: “I love this miracle concealer. It's the first product I've found that actually covers my dark circles."
As their name implies, these Skechers are super easy to get on and off. They're washable too. "What a dream to wear," gushed an enthusiastic shopper. "Normally I wear sandals — I live in Florida, so I can get away with that. However, my aunt and mother-in-law both became obsessed with these Skechers, and I had to try them out. They're light, airy and a perfect comfortable fit right out of the box. My foot doesn't feel cramped and unable to breathe. I will be ordering more!”
Choose from a handful of fun colors to match your kitchen — think black, red, evening teal and cool aqua. "I bought this single brew Keurig as a second option in my kitchen and it makes a nice hot coffee," shared one five-star reviewer. "It’s been my go-to every morning. You can adjust how much you want by filling the reservoir with water from your cup. I highly recommend."
"This small but powerful unit delivers. It kept me warm in the winter months and cool in the summer months. It's low maintenance, portable and just an overall great product. Truly one of my best purchases from QVC," said one happy customer. See it in action here!
In true QVC fashion, you can spread out your payments with either three, four or five Easy Pays (depending on the item) to make these deals even more affordable. Plus, first-time QVC shoppers get an extra $10 off with code SURPRISE. You can enjoy free standard shipping on many sale items, too.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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