How patriotic is this: We can buy most everything we need from all-American merchants and by shopping with these retailers, we directly help the U.S. economy and American workers.
Added bonus: Fourth of July sales are still booming.
Buying products made in the United States can even lead to a smaller environmental footprint than those shipped from overseas. Made in America is the expanded version of Buy Local.
Made in Oregon sells home decor to apparel and jewelry, Oregon wine to delicious food and candies and more than 2,000 Oregon products.
Take 25% off mesquite, hickory and chipotle barbecue rubs and sauces plus 10% off by signing up for Made in Oregon emails.
Customized baskets — with hazelnuts, salmon, wine and Marionberry jam — and other gifts — Portland Timbers fan gear or Margaret Furlong ornaments — are ship in recyclable containers.
Here’s a list of sales from other companies that stock American-made goods.
Home and Kitchen
Barbecues Galore is offering up to 40 percent off select products during its July 4th sale, including U.S.-made Weber grills and accessories, and Lovinflame’s fire table and vent-free fireplace.
BBQ Guys gives you up to 60 percent reductions on outdoor cooking must-haves. All BBQGuys outdoor kitchen components and accessories are made in the U.S. and come with a lifetime guarantee on stainless steel parts. The site is also discounting select products from American makers Lynx Grills, Twin Eagles and Peterson Real Fyre.
KitchenAid’s July 4th sale has markdowns on more than 150 of the brand’s major appliances, including refrigerators, ovens and dishwashers. (Free delivery on purchases over $399.) You can also get 10 percent off countertop appliances when you sign up to receive emails from the brand.
Wayfair’s clearance sale lets you nab up to 70 percent off some items. Among the deepest discounts are up to 60 percent off bedding and outdoor furniture. Though not all products the site stocks are U.S. made, you can search for “made in the U.S.A.” to find a good selection that are.
Sur La Table is touting deals on All-Clad cookware and appliances, which are handcrafted from U.S.-made steel in the company’s mill in Pennsylvania. You can get up to 60 percent off lots of other kitchen must-haves during the summer sale, though not all brands on the site are American-made.
Vitamix is offering a free $50 container when you buy one of their blenders, designed and assembled in the U.S.
Get $200 off Weber SmokeFire Grills, made in the U.S. with globally sourced component parts. Use them to sear, grill and up your outdoor cooking game by adding rich, smoky flavor to foods.
Eco Terra Beds is offering 10 percent off their award-winning handcrafted mattresses, made with natural latex, upcycled steel coils and organic wool and cotton from sustainable sources.
Helix Sleep is running a special with $200 discounts and two free pillows. The company is known for its customizable mattresses and online sleep quiz that will help you find the best one for your sleep style.
Get $200 off Saatva mattresses, praised for their back-saving construction with an organic cotton pillow top over a layer memory foam, two layers of springs and a poly foam base.
Menswear and Footwear
Allan Edmonds men’s boots and shoes are still handmade in Wisconsin, and the brand’s current warehouse sale promises up to 75 percent off a variety of styles.
American Trench promises 20 percent off sitewide through July 5th (use code: FIREWORKS). The company’s centerpiece is its luxe New Jersey–made trench coat, but you’ll also find accessories from hats to socks, all made in the States. Get 10 percent off your first order when you add your name to their email list.
Bonobos is running a 30 percent sitewide sale (use code: STAYFROSTY) on men’s clothing. The company’s signature product is great-fitting, comfortable pants made in Philadelphia, but you can also shop for shirts, swimwear, blazers and golf shirts.
Through July 6, Brooks Brothers gives you 30 percent off when you buy three or more men’s t-shirts, polos and other garments. The company, celebrating its 200th anniversary, still makes the vast majority of its products in the U.S.
During rugged apparel maker Filson’s summer sale, you can get up to 50 percent off men’s shirts, Ts and other more. The Seattle-based brand has been in business since 1897 and is a favorite of fishing and boating enthusiasts, explorers and – as they put it – “anyone who refuses to stay indoors.”
Women’s Wear and Beauty Products
Take advantage of 45 percent markdowns from lingerie maker Hanky Panky, specializing in innovative, comfortable, U.S.-made undergarments, including “the world’s most comfortable thong,” since 1977.
Shave 25 percent off regular prices sitewide on Karen Kane women’s dresses, tops and other staples for your summer wardrobe. Much of the apparel is made in California. Use code: JULY4TH for sales prices and get free shipping on orders over $100.
Michael Stars has a summer sale on its sustainable, American-made garments. Save 20 percent when you spend $100 (use code SUMMER20), 25 percent when you spend $250 (use code SUMMER25) and 30 percent if you spend $500 (use code SUMMER30). The women-led, family-owned firm makes the majority of its garments in Los Angeles.
Need a little pampering? Get 30 percent off Philosophy bath and beauty products (use code VIP30), including bestsellers like the One-Step Purity Facial Cleanser.
Enjoy reductions of up to 60 percent on select styles from Southern California–based clothing company Rachel Pally, named for its founder and specializing in casual chic apparel for women of all shapes, sizes and ages. Expectant moms can find maternity items, too. The line is made in downtown L.A. and the majority of its employees are women.
Take advantage of SkinStore’s Fourth of July sale (use code: JULY4), offering 70 percent off select body care, make-up and beauty essentials from USA-made brands.
What’s your favorite Oregon-made ice cream? Alden’s Organic, Alpenrose, Cascade Glacier, Eberhards, Julie’s Organic, Lochmead, Ruby Jewel, Salt & Straw, Tillamook, Umpqua or another brand. Check on the websites for coupons.
More Oregon-made food will be listed soon.
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