The 21 best mid-week sales on the internet

Jennifer Manfrin

We found a really impressive deal on a luxury mattress that could help you get through the sleepy months of winter that lie ahead.

Whether you got to enjoy a long weekend or not, you're likely feeling the middle-of-the-week fatigue that seems to hit every Wednesday.

The good news is that you don't need a day off work to enjoy some much-needed retail therapy.

We found a selection of noteworthy deals on products that will make your life better, including a highly discounted mattress, an affordable laptop from HP, a top-of-the-line LG TV, a designer backpack, and much more.

Check out this list of sales that will brighten up this hump day and help you make it to the weekend.

Sealy Posturepedic Lawson LTD 13.5" Cushion Firm Euro Pillow-Top Queen Mattress: $747 at Macy's (was $1,669)

A premium mattress typically comes at a premium price, but now is a great time to catch a great deal on this Sealy model that's marked down 55% off the normal retail. It's a hybrid mattress that combines the support of coils with gel foam layers and a comfy pillow top.

Keurig Mini Maker: $68.35 at Amazon (was $79.99)

If you think your limited counter space would prevent you from owning a Keurig, check out the K-Mini. This coffee maker brews up delicious coffee and other hot beverages just like larger models, but it has a slim design that fits nicely in limited spaces.

HP Stream 14" Laptop: $209.64 at Amazon (was $229.99)

You don't have to spend a lot on a laptop to get the storage you need for work or play. The HP Stream provides 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of memory, and 1 TB of cloud storage so there are no worries about running out of space. At just over $200, you don't have to stress about your bank account either when you pick this powerful yet affordable device.

Outdoor Tech Buckshot 2.0 Bluetooth Speaker: $31.99 at Backcountry (was $39.95)

With a tough, splash-resistant build and 32-foot range, this Bluetooth speaker is made to go wherever your outdoor adventures take you. Choose from red or blue, both available for 20% off at Backcountry.

YETI Rambler 30 oz Tumbler: $34.99 at Amazon (was $44.96)

This YETI Rambler has the brand's innovative MagSlider Lid that helps prevent drips and spills, plus it has the durable double-walled construction that maintains cold or hot temperatures for hours. It's great for use during car commutes, at work, at tailgates, and pretty much anywhere else.

LG 65" Nano 8 Series TV: $796.99 at Amazon (was $1,049.99)

NanoCell technology brings images to life with vibrant color and crisp details that were once unimaginable from a TV. You can experience it for yourself with the LG Nano 8 Series that also has built-in Alexa voice control and a responsive a7 Gen 2 processor.

Lodge 8" Cast Iron Skillet: $7.99 at Amazon (was $19.25)

Cast iron cookware is made to last a lifetime and beyond, and it can withstand high cooking temperatures. This versatile 8-inch pan comes pre-seasoned and can be used on the stovetop, in the oven, over a fire, or on the grill -- wherever you prefer to cook your favorite recipes.

Tory Burch Perry Colorblock Nylon Backpack: $186.26 at Nordstrom (was $278)

Popular designer Tory Burch plus a classic day bag look equals a backpack that is both functional and fashionable. We think you'll also appreciate the stylish top handle so you can carry it like a traditional handbag when it's not strapped to your back. It's also made of durable nylon, so it's easy to clean.

Hot Tools Black Gold Charcoal Infused One-Step Blowout: $64.99 at Ulta (was $79.99)

A great blowout can give your hair volume you never imagined, but you need the right styling tool. The Hot Tools One-Step is a blow dryer and styler in one, and its shape gives you lift, waves, and curls that look like you just stepped out a salon.

Dash Mini Maker: $9.99 at Amazon (was $14.99)

This gadget may be small, but its capacity for making delicious snacks, meals, and treats are endless. The Mini Maker is only 4 inches in size but can make waffles, eggs, pizza, hash browns, breakfast sandwiches and more. The non-stick surface ensures excellent results every time you use it.

Martha Stewart Collection Tufted Chambray Full/Queen Quilt: $91.03 at Macy's (was $260)

It's easy to update your bedding and give your bedroom a fresh look with a new quilt, especially when you find one that's both well-made and on sale. This Martha Stewart quilt comes in a versatile blue that looks good with many color schemes and is currently discounted 64% off retail.

Estella Bartlett Engraved Heart Pendant Necklace: $12.50 at Nordstrom (was $25)

Just in time for Valentine's Day, this pretty heart pendant is marked down 50% off the regular price on Nordstrom. Although affordable, it features elegant etching that gives it a high-end, elegant look. 

UGG Baby's and Little Girl's Keelan Glitter Boots: $41.25-$48.75 at Saks Fifth Avenue (was $55-$65)

You'll have a difficult time deciding what you love more about these UGG boots for your little: how warm they are or how adorable they are. They feature the brand's soft wool lining with a glitter-infused exterior for the perfect combination of function and fun.

Skin & Co Roma Truffle Therapy Facial Oil: $47.60 at Dermstore (was $68)

Sometimes your skin needs a hydrating boost, especially in the wintertime when it tends to get dry and dull. Truffle Therapy Facial Oil can tackle these concerns, thanks to the combination of truffle extract, jojoba, and essential oils that moisturize even the driest skin.

Vuarnet O2 Sunglasses: $49.98 at Backcountry (was $240)

If you've never tried sunglasses with actual glass lenses, you may be surprised at the excellent clarity they provide. The Vuarnet O2 sunglasses are designed to protect your eyes from the sun's rays while participating in winter sports -- and they look great, too.

Ralph Lauren Little Boy's Hybrid Knit Puffer Sweater Jacket: $61.87 at Saks Fifth Avenue (was $165)

Now is the time of year to save big on kids' winter wardrobe essentials, like this handsome puffer sweater jacket for boys that's available at over $100 off the original price. It's made of a warm Merino wool and polyester and is perfect for layering.

Boscia Perfect Essentials 3-piece Kit: $51.80 (was $74)

Clarify, hydrate, and improve -- the products in this three-piece set do it all, as well as reduce the appearance of pores in the process. It includes a cleanser, mask, and moisturizer that are formulated with natural ingredients to reduce oil, remove impurities, and moisturize without being harsh on delicate skin.

Ralph Lauren Clair Flats: $51.93 at Macy's (was $110)

These flats sport a classic loafer structure that never goes out of style, so you can slip them on with numerous career-wear fashions. They also have insoles so you can be both fashionable and comfortable at the same time.

Eva Nyc Spectrum Far-Infrared 1" Iron: $74.99 at Ulta (was $99.99)

Conquering frizz and getting the smooth hairstyles you love is easy with infrared technology. The Spectrum Far-Infrared iron has this impressive ability along with one-inch ceramic plates that will make shiny waves, curls, and straight styles on hair of various lengths.

Sorel Madison Hiker Waterproof Boots -- Men's: $124.99 at Backcountry (was $189.95)

These rugged men's Sorel hiking boots are made to easily handle rough terrain and wet weather without losing traction or getting your feet wet -- plus they look great, too. They pair perfectly with your favorite hiking gear but are also stylish enough to wear on casual or dress-down days.

Skywalker Trampolines Rectangle Jump-N-Dunk: $399 at Amazon (was $549)

If a trampoline is on your kid's list of favorite warm-weather activities, you can make an advance purchase on a top-selling model and save $150. The Jump-N-Dunk by Skywalker Trampolines offers a huge 8- by 14-foot jump surface and the brand's patented enclosure system for a balance of fun for kids and peace of mind for parents.

Jennifer Manfrin is a writer for BestReviews. BestReviews is a product review company with a singular mission: to help simplify your purchasing decisions and save you time and money. BestReviews never accepts free products from manufacturers and purchases every product it reviews with its own funds.

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