12 Incredible Post-Holiday Sales That Know What You Want, What You Really Really Want

Hello welcome to the day after some very major holidays. This day is called “Boxing Day,” which is a day for celebrating boxes. It’s also a big day for buying things with money because that’s the world we live in, folks. I’m here to tell you that if you would like to exchange currency for various dynamic and useful items, oh boy is this the day for you!!! Just remember that if you want Santa Claus to bring you back the tupperware you put his cookies in, you should shop using the links in this post right here or on this page right here, because then we get a kickback!


Amazon: Nespresso Machines Up to 50% Off

Nespresso machines have improved my quality of life by 500% and, unlike Keurig machines, you can recycle the used capsules!


ThinkGeek – Up to 75% Off Winter Clearance Sale

You’re here, you’re queer, you’re weird, they’re used to it.

Harry Potter Crest Jacquard Ties – $27.49 (from $54.99) // Steven Universe Monopoly – $34.99 (from $39.99) // Captain Planet Ladies’ Muscle Tank Top – $9.99 (from $19.99) // Star Trek: TNG Enterprise Blueprint Shower Curtain – $12.49 (from $24.99) // Harry Potter House Sweatpants – $17.99 (from $24.99) // Build-On Brick Mug – $1.99 (from $9.99) // Back to the Future Collectible Pin Set – $19.99 (from $29.99) // Harley Quinn Fair Isle Boot Slippers – $19.99 (from $29.99) // Stacked Cats Athletic Legging – $29.99 (from $39.99) // The Official Bobs Burger’s Coloring Book – $11.99 (from $16.99)


Nordstrom Rack: CLEAR THE RACK SALE – Up to 75% Off Until January 2nd

Surveys show that shopping at Nordstrom Rack on the internet uses 75% less gasoline than actually driving to a Nordstrom Rack.

Le Mystere High Impact Underwire Sports Bra – $29.97 (from $62) // Adidas 3-stripe track pant -$21.72 (from $50) // Speechless mock Lace Neck skater dress – $14.98 (from $58) // Wildfox One of a Kind Witch Craft Pullover – $22.49 (from $98) // Addiction Nouvelle Lingerie – $12.15 (from $81) // Free Press Satin Varsity Jacket – $13.49 (from $39.97) // DKNY Faux Fur Trim Anorak – $50.93 (from $200) // Lucky Brand Bootie – $44.93 (from $79.95)


Modcloth: TODAY ONLY Get 30% off sitewide with code BOXITUP and ’til 1/03 get Extra 30% Off Everything In The Sale Section At ModCloth With Code BYE2016


asos – Up to 50% Off Sale Items!

Look this isn’t my best collage but asos remains a g-damn miracle every day.

Asos Denim Baseball Cap – $6.50 (from $16.50) // Wrangler Aplique Crew Sweatshirt $58 (from $89) // Wesc Rhody Solid Backpack – $34.50 (from $111)// Asos Curve Wedding Prom Dress in Lace – $57 (from $122)


Fredericks of Hollywood – Semi-Annual Sale Up to 70% Off & Free 2-Day Shipping on orders over $100

Now more than ever, you probably need some thigh-highs and a corset.


Wildfang: Up to 75% Off at the Holiday Hangover Sale

I told you about this sale already, but good news: IT’S STILL HAPPENING.


Amazon – Burberry The Beat $28.50 (from $57)

This is a great unisex scent.


Autostraddle – 20% Off Everything Storewide

Believe it or not, the Autostraddle Merch store is actually the best store on the entire internet, with deals and steals that cannot be beat.


Eddie Bauer: Semi-Annual Sale – Up To 60% Off

As I’ve mentioned in the past, Eddie Bauer is a lesbian. Edwina Bauer was one of the original lesbians on the island of Lesbos, which’s when she invented flashlights and flannel-lined jeans.

Men’s Eddie’s Favorite Thermal Crew Shirt – $29.99 (from $45) // IgniteLite Flux Hooded Jacket is $174.99 (from $249) // Bygone 25 Pack – $39.99 (from $80) // Women’s Stine’s Favorite Flannel Shirt – Plaid – $39.99 (from $60) // Women’s Stretch Legend Wash Flannel-Lined Pants – Boyfriend – 49.99 (from $80) // Women’s Radiator Fleece Gloves – $22.99 (from $35) // Camp Lantern – $15 (from $20)


Amazon: Up to 75% Off Photo Prints, Books, Cards & Calendars with code NEWYEAR


Etsy – Get $10 Towards Your Next Purchase When You Spend $50 Or More

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Riese is the 37-year-old CEO, CFO and Editor-in-Chief of Autostraddle.com as well as an award-winning writer, blogger, fictionist, copywriter, video-maker, low-key Jewish power lesbian and aspiring cyber-performance artist who grew up in Michigan, lost her mind in New York and then headed West. Her work has appeared in nine books including "The Bigger the Better The Tighter The Sweater: 21 Funny Women on Beauty, Body Image & Other Hazards Of Being Female," magazines including Marie Claire and Curve, and all over the web including Nylon, Queerty, Nerve, Bitch, Emily Books and Jezebel. She had a very popular personal blog once upon a time, and then she recapped The L Word, and then she had the idea to make this place, and now here we all are! In 2016, she was nominated for a GLAAD Award for Outstanding Digital Journalism. Follow her on twitter and instagram.

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23 Comments

  1. Two things all perfume are unisex perfume seeing as smell is just marketing. Like one company will call a certain scent for all, while another markets a very similar scent for men. Second point, if you are in the L.A. area, my store has the larger bottle(3.4oz) of The Beat for not much more than what Amazon has the 1oz fore. Plus, buy from my store means you are supporting a straddler(in this case a Middle Eastern Trans queer)!

  2. Well thanks for mentioning the modcloth sale because I forgot I had a $44 credit there and added to the 30% off I’m getting boots and a skirt for $8.88 including shipping.
    MERRY XMAS YA’LL

  3. I really want to shop at Wildfang but there’s a combination of 1) affordability and 2) lack of size diversity. It sucks that a feminist queer store can only bring itself to stock up to size XL. Queer folks are fat too! Queer fat tomboys exist! We’re here! I will however, buy some stuff from the Autostraddle store 🙂

  4. I want to like Wildfang, I REALLY DO, but everytime I go on there I feel so out of place just looking at the clothes. Maybe it’s the prices or because all the models look like they’re judging me for not being cool enough or for not having the right body shape for all their stuff. I get a “You Can’t Sit With Us” vibe every time.

    • I’m impressed you had the guts to even step in the door

      The whole time I lived in Portland, I’d imagine, “maybe today”.

      But then I’d think

      1. I cannot make eye contact with the willowy, giant-eyed cheekbones who work there while dressed in too-big-for-me thrift store clothes,

      (not thrift store clothes in the trendy, “vintage finds” way; thrift store clothes in the “I am a part time dishwasher and this is all I can afford and I needed pants” way), and

      2. If I can barely afford to shop at Buffalo Exchange, I absolutely cannot afford to even look at the front door of Wildfang

      – it remains an elegant, out-of-reach mystery to me.

      Also almost everything they sell – like other than wildfang branded items – can also be bought on Amazon / other stores, potentially cheaper, so idk what the point of wildfang is

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