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Macy’s Has Martha Stewart Fleece Blankets As Low As $21 (Regularly $50)

Even though the National Weather Service is predicting a mild winter for most of the U.S., that doesn’t mean it won’t get pretty darn cold this year. And if you live in an area that normally sees snow, you’ll probably get some chilly days before spring arrives again.

Luckily, if you’re in need of some cozy blankets to keep you bundled up, Macy’s is having a great sale on Martha Stewart fleece blankets. Regularly $50, they’re now just $29.99, and you can save another 30 percent off if you use the code “FRIEND” at checkout, bringing the total cost to just $20.99 — a savings of nearly 60 percent.

The blanket comes in twin, queen or king sizes and multiple colors like scarlet, rose and evergreen. Because it is so large, you could use it on your bed or keep it near the fireplace for getting cozy on a cold night.


If you don’t need such a large blanket, you can find Martha Stewart’s sherpa throws for the same price, but at an even better savings of 65 percent. Regularly $60, these throws come in multiple colors and styles, like textured medallion, plaid and windowpane.


While the sale doesn’t end until Dec. 23, the code expires on Dec. 10, so be sure to order soon. Shipping is free with a purchase of $99 or more, or you can pick up your order for free in store if it is available at your local Macy’s.

Will you be ordering some blankets to keep you warm this winter?

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