6 great QVC deals you can shop right now

Love saving? QVC has deals on some of the hottest electronics. accessories and more.
Love saving? QVC has deals on some of the hottest electronics. accessories and more.

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When it comes to shopping for deals online, QVC is one of the best-kept secrets out there. Long before there was Amazon, this retailer, which originated as a home-shopping network, was making it easy for families to stay on budget and with some of most popular and innovative products on the market. 

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Years later, that’s still the case. The truth is, QVC often has some of the same items you’d find at your regular go-to stores, from the cult-favorite Instax Mini 9 to one of the best photo printers on the market—but for less. From electronics to

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The 3 Best Fashion Sales to Shop This Holiday Weekend

Fourth of July weekend is officially upon us and there’s no better time to score big on all things fashion than right now. Out of all the deals going on, we’re most excited about scoring up to 60 percent off at Nordstrom’s Clearance Sale, taking up to 75 percent off at Old Navy, and shopping designer styles for up to 75 percent off at Shopbop.

Scroll down to shop our favorite fashion steals from Nordstrom, Old Navy, and Shopbop and kick your holiday weekend off in the best way possible!

Nordstrom

Nordies fans know that the retailer’s epic Clearance Sale is where all of the best deals happen. Case in point: Shoppers can score up to 60 percent off thousands of must-have clothes, handbags, shoes, and accessories. Whether you’re looking to shop Nordstrom-made brands like Leith, Zella, Treasure & Bond, and BP. or designer labels like

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‘It’s very exciting’ to get back to shop work

“It’s very exciting, we can’t wait to have our customers back,” says Annie Martin, who manages the Waterstones Piccadilly bookshop, in London.

Non-essential retailers, such as fashion, toy and book shops, will be allowed to reopen in England on 15 June – as long as they have coronavirus-related safety measures in place.

Waterstones, for example, is introducing Perspex “sneeze screens” and a quarantine trolley where books that have been browsed will be held for “a couple of days”.

“We want to keep bookshop experience exactly as it normally would be,” says Annie. “We’re still encouraging people to browse, we’re just looking after those books once you’ve browsed them.”

Annie has been working on implementing those changes behind-the-scenes, but is also looking forward to seeing her colleagues back in-store.

“Bookshops are quite close teams… We’ve been messaging, but it’s not quite the same as seeing colleagues in person for a chat,

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