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The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Sunday — save up to 40%

Who's ready to save big? (Photo: Amazon)
Who's ready to save big? (Photo: Amazon)

Are you ready for some retail therapy? Our team has scoured Amazon to put together a quick-and-dirty list of the top sales for you. So what are today's best Amazon deals? Well, you can score TikTok-famous dishcloths for over 40% off. How 'bout a 4-pack of popular leggings for fall at a $20 discount? Or maybe you're looking for top-selling resistance bands for your home workout that also happen to more than 40% off. There's a lot to explore! Let's have a closer look at these stellar Amazon bargains, shall we?

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This 11-piece set comes with a door anchor, handles, ankle straps and a carry bag.
$20 at Amazon

For an easy home gym upgrade, this set of adjustable resistance bands range from 10 to 50 pounds, and can be stacked together to create 150 pounds of resistance. You can tone your arms, shoulders, glutes, legs and more with this set. More than 22,000 rave reviewers have already added this kit to their exercise routines.

"A must-have. After using for a couple months I've seen no signs of wear," a five-star fan wrote. "One thing that surprised me about fitness bands over traditional weights is how easy it is to just start working out. I don't have a designated weight room so seeing these bands every time I open the closet gives me a quick reminder to do couple sets. The thought of lugging weights between rooms can be a de-motivator."

These leggings are opaque and moisture-wicking, have a hidden pocket inside and two deep side pockets. They come in 21 different color combinations.
$49 at Amazon

Fall is nearly here and we can start cozying up in comfy loungewear, which, of course, means new leggings. This popular 4-pack of incredibly soft leggings boast more than 6,000 five-star reviews — some of which say they rival high end brands.

"They are the softest leggings ever and very thick, good quality," shared one happy shopper. "Then you throw in the price and it's like, how could you complain when you get a pack of 4 for the price of ONE named brand pair of leggings. I've had Adidas, Under Armour, Nike, Walmart, Target, Lululemon, Fabletics, independent boutiques, etc. These are just as good if not better than some!"

The LifeStraw removes 99.999% of bacteria & parasites, microplastics, and can filter up to 1,000 gallons of water in its lifetime.
$72 at Amazon

If you love filtered water without the waste of a plastic bottle this LifeStraw Personal Water Filter five-pack is for you. It lets you make just about any type of water drinkable. Shoppers absolutely rave about it — it's amassed over 79,000 five-star ratings!

“I drank from the most disgusting-looking crevice filled with brown scum. I thought, this is going to be safe, but taste horrid. WRONG. TASTED LIKE THE FRESHEST SPRING WATER. Better than any tap,” one person wrote. Said this globetrotter: “I've used these both in Iraq and Afghanistan. Works as advertised. Extremely reliable and genuinely safe-to-use filtration system.”

Made with polyester, people rave about how this satin pillowcase doesn't absorb oil from your face, while its sleek softness protects your hair from breakage while you're sleeping.
$8 at Amazon

If you want to do your hair and face a favor, it might be time to get your beauty sleep with a set of satin pillowcases. Beauty enthusiasts claim that, unlike cotton, the smooth finish won't snag your hair and cause damage or absorb night creams and natural oils that keep your complexion soft. More than 7,000 five-star reviews get behind these cases.

"My hair was badly broken and had some very thin spots in the back," shared a happy shopper. "Since I've started using these pillowcases, my hair has started to lengthen in the back and the thin spots are gone. I'm amazed! I'll never be without them!"

Made with cellulose and cotton, each reusable dishcloth becomes soft to the touch when wet and is safe to use on just about any surface. They're super absorbent to clean up spills, but they're strong enough to scrub a pot clean.
$18 at Amazon

These reusable kitchen towels are made with sustainable cellulose and cotton to make them super absorbent. You can use them just like a regular paper towel, but they’re strong enough to scrub dishes with caked-on food. It didn’t take long for the Internet to catch on to their effectiveness — so far, they have pulled in more than 33,000 five-star reviews. A pack of 10 is just $14, making each towel just over a buck each.

“You can really scrub with them," wrote a contented kitchen cleaner. "They never feel yucky like a sponge does...I have soaked them in bleach, thrown them in the washer and they come out great every time. I've used the same two for a month now, and they still look great; when they go downhill I can compost them.”

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

Looking for more great Amazon home deals? Check these out:


  • 4-Person Cabin Tent with Instant Setup

    Save $62


  • NV360 Navigator Lift-Away Deluxe Upright Vacuum

    Save $60
  • Cordless 6-in-1 Lightweight Vacuum Cleaner

    Save $29


Bedding and home

  • Home Sweet Home Scented Classic 22-ounce Large Jar Single Wick Candle

    Save $14
  • 7-inch Premium High Pressure 3-Way Rainfall Combo

    Save $8
  • Montana Modern Decorative Tab Top Window Curtains

    Save $6

Lawn and garden

  • SPX3000 2030 Max PSI 1.76 GPM 14.5-Amp Electric High Pressure Washer

    Save $20

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