Macy’s Is Having A Huge Sale On Martha Stewart’s Harvest Collection
Some items are up to 60 percent off!
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When you think of decorating for holidays, Halloween and Christmas likely come to mind — but let’s not forget Thanksgiving! If you are hosting Turkey Day this year, you’re going to want to be just as festive.
Luckily, Macy’s.com is having a huge sale on Martha Stewart’s Harvest Collection, with some items up to 60 percent off! Even better, now through Oct. 8, you can save an extra 20 percent off sale prices when you use the code SALE at checkout.
Martha Stewart’s Harvest Collection features autumnal shapes, like leaves, pumpkins and turkeys, and warm colors on table linens, dinnerware and decorative accents. Take a look at some of the items currently on sale.
Sepia 12-Piece Dinnerware Set
This 12-piece dinnerware set is made of porcelain and celebrates the changing seasons with a fall floral pattern. It originally cost $168, but you can get it for $67 with both the sale and promo code.
Turkey Covered Vegetable Bowl
This adorable turkey vegetable bowl is perfect for a Thanksgiving feast! It is white and gold, so it matches with any festive decor. It originally cost $86, but it is now $34.39 with the sale and the promo code.
Large Pumpkin Serving Platter
This pumpkin serving platter is white, with only the stem in gold, and it’s made of glass. The platter originally cost $42, but is now just $16.79 with the sale and promo code.
2-Piece Candle Holder Set
These adorable turkey candle holders will add some serious festive style to your Thanksgiving table! The set of two originally cost $30, but you can get them for just $11.99 with the sale and promo code.
You can see all the items in the Martha Stewart’s Harvest Collection by visiting Macys.com.Will you be purchasing any of these items for your Thanksgiving dinner this year?