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Wayfair's Way Day 2021 Is Giving Us Up To 80% Off & Free Shipping -- In Every Category

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Way Day 2021
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Wayfair’s Way Day 2021 is officially here, but only for 48 hours! Whether you want to take advantage of this massive sale to grab some Mother’s Day presents or get some goods for yourself (you *are* spending a lot more time in your home these days), there’s something for everyone — and we’ll be updating this post both days with the most awesome deals. Way Day 2021 starts April 28 at midnight ET, and we anticipate products to sell FAST, so have your debit card at the ready.

These are the lowest prices you’ll see on Wayfair all year long, and the sale spans across all departments, from outdoor furniture to interior decor to kitchen supplies. You have the opportunity to save up to 80% on over 100,000 items(!!!) and get free shipping on everything! We know — it’s a lot. So we’ve put together the best sales and best products to help you out, all highly rated and vetted by customers (and the Scary Mommy Spotted team).

To make sure you’re fully prepped and ready to go, we’ve answered a few common Way Day questions below:

What is Way Day on Wayfair?

Way Day is Wayfair’s biggest sale of the year! On top of scoring up 80% off, you’ll also get free shipping on everything (!!!)

When is Way Day 2021?

RIGHT NOW! The sale runs from April 28 – April 29, 2021. It begins at midnight ET and runs for 48 hours.

What is the Wayfair Way Day return policy?

Way Day items follow Wayfair’s standard 30-day return policy, with the usual exceptions: As always, clearance/closeout items and open box items are not eligible for return. If you’re unsure about a particular item, check the product description for more details!

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Now that we’ve got the logistics covered, let the shopping spree commence!

Way Day 2021: Outdoor Furniture

Way Day 2021: Furniture & Decor

Way Day 2021: Bedding

Way Day 2021: Kitchen Must-Haves

We’ll be adding more deals as we see ’em, so check back!

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