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Carpe Summer: Patio Furniture Clearance Deals Are Hot

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It's hard (and sad) to believe, but summer is half over already. But on the bright side, that means retailers want to unload their patio furniture fast. And if you bet on a warm autumn, you could be enjoying these deals outdoors for weeks to come. Check out or list below of the week's best patio furniture deals.

  1. Sears Patio FurnitureClearance Patio Items
    Store: Sears
    Discount: Up to 73% off plus up to an extra $60 off $400
    Shipping: Free shipping for most items
    Expires: August 2

    Is It Worth It?: Sears advertisers 50% off their clearance patio furniture, but we found discounts of a whopping 73% inside. As if that wasn't enough, these stackable coupons take off even more: $5 off orders of $50 or more via "SEARS5OFF50", $35 off orders of $300 or more via coupon code "SEARS35OFF300", or $60 off orders of $400 or more via coupon code "60SODL".

    Some best bets, with prices after coupon "60SODL" include the La-Z Boy Charlotte Outdoor Sofa for $434.99 ($365 off) or the Grand Resort Garrison 5-Piece Dining Set for $479.99 (pictured, $720 off).

  2. Target PatioPatio & Garden Clearance
    Store: Target
    Price: Up to 50% off
    Shipping: $5 s&h

    Is It Worth It?: Not to be outdone, Target has also slashed their clearance patio furniture. Shipping starts around $5, but orders over $50 get it free (except for oversize items).

    Our suggestions for some of the best deals here are: the Smith & Hawken Solenti Teak Ottoman for $149.50 (pictured, $150 off), and the Smith & Hawken Avignon 36" Teak Bar Table for $234.50 ($235 off)

  3. Patio TilesVifah 12-Slat Diagonal Outdoor Wood Deck Tiles 10-Pack
    Store: Target
    Price: $49.49 via coupon code "PATIO10" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $4

    Is It Worth It?: Separate from the above Target deal is this steal on wood deck tiles. After all, patio furniture is pointless if you have no where to put it! Coupon code "PATIO10" cuts the price to $49.49. Each tile is insect, weather, and fade resistant and measures 12" x 12" x 1".

  4. Mainstay OrbitMainstays Orbit Chaise Lounger
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $148 with $10 s&h
    Lowest By: $100

    Is It Worth It?: Recline in luxury with this chaise lounge. The three adjustable positions and included throw pillows will keep you comfy, while its coated steel frame and polyester fabric will keep it lasting long. Plus, this deal ties last week's mention as the lowest price we could find.

  5. Sonoma chairSonoma Outdoors Antigravity Chair
    Store: Kohl's
    Price: $38 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $46

    Is It Worth It?: Our coupon hunters certainly earned their stripes with this Editors' Choice deal. Coupon codes "HOMESALE10", "LUCKYU", and "THANKS1141" stack to cut it to $38.24. With free shipping via coupon code "JULY15SHIP", that's $46 under our March mention and the lowest total price we've seen. (It's currently $12 below the lowest total price we could find for a similar chair.)

    Features include an adjustable memory foam pillow, cup holder, folding design, reinforced frame, and weather-resistant fabric — but unfortunately, no actual gravity-defying powers.

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Ben has been researching the best deals and offering expert financial insight at DealNews since 2014. He's been featured on Good Morning America and Fox and Friends, and has been quoted by Reuters, Time, Money Magazine, and more. Follow him on Twitter @BenDealNews.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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r10kindsofpeople
The wood tiles you posted are prettier, but these are cheaper at their regular price: http://tinyurl.com/pg3qqzo, and whether it's $3/square foot or $5/square foot, they're both pretty expensive forms of flooring, especially when you consider that you'll want some kind of sub floor underneath. $500 for a typical 10' x 10' square installation.
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