The Fourth of July is the perfect time for fireworks, family picnics, and, of course... shopping! If you're looking to stock up for baby, home, or even you (self-care, mamas!), now's the time.

Here are the best sales to shop this holiday weekend!

Minted

15% off all baby & kid products including birth announcements, baby shower invitations, back to school products, birthday party invitations and more.

SHOP

Target

Strollers up to 25% off, patio furniture up to 30%, kids' tees and tanks starting at $4.

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Nordstrom

Nordstrom card holders get lots of perks, including early access to the brand's famous Anniversary Sale. For the fourth, card holders get $30 off $150, $60 off $250 and $100 off $400. Not a cardholder? Apply for one here and you'll get a $60 credit now through July 10.

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J. Crew

Up to 50-70% off the entire site + an extra 50% off sale with code SPARKLE. (7/3-7/7 the discount goes up to 60% off sale!)

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Old Navy

Take up to 60% off the entire store, with items starting at $4.

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Keds

Take an extra 10% already-reduced sale prices with code MAJORSALE.

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Primary

Get up to 50% off the retailer's classic clothes for kids.

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