It’s that one of the most exciting times of the year when you can don your “Tickle My Shamrocks” tee and head out to get down on two or more bottles of Irish whiskey for St. Patrick’s Day is close at hand. Celebrated with lots of greens and lots of beers, St. Patrick’s Day is falling on 17th March this year and based on our analysis of the previous year’s St. Patrick’s Day sale, buyers can scrimp a discount of up to 60%-70% on most of the products and categories.
Albeit, St. Patrick’s Day is Irish in origin but it is caroused the most in America. The Yankees whoop the festival up with lucky decorations, green costumes, colorful parades and wild pub-parties with free-flowing Irish whiskey and beers. With Americans going all out for this occasion, the retailers don’t stay far behind and roll out fantastic sales and huge bargains for us to score. We have rounded up a list of the top St. Patrick’s Day specials, deals, and sale that can go live pretty soon. Take a look, grab the most out of them and cheers to you!
Amazon: Now score great bargains on green everything for the e-tailer giant, Amazon, is providing a hulking discount of up to 90% on a wide array of categories on the occasion of St. Paddy’s Day. From clothing to accessories, buyers can snag great deals on a humongous variety of products.
Kohl’s: Come St. Patrick’s Day, rock the shamrocks as the Irish do for e-tailer mammoth, Kohl’s is extending a hulking discount of up to 60% on a wide range of categories.
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Save up to 50%
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Walmart: Usher in the festive feels of St. Patrick’s Day with Walmart as the store is providing markdowns of up to 30% on a diverse range of categories including party supplies, accessories, home decor, apparel and more.
Hobby Lobby: With Hobby Lobby, buyers can now snag pots of gold and decor for the retailer is a bucket full of discounts on a wide range of categories.
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Apparel And Accessories
Avail a discount of up to 30%
Save up to 35%
Home Decoration Items
Get up to 30% off
Kitchen And Dining
Save up to 40%
JCPenney: Accentuate your holiday savings with JCPenney as the department store giant is offering an extra discount of 25% on purchases worth $100 or above and an extra discount of 20% on purchases under $100 under St. Patrick’s Day sale. Use the JCPenney coupon code MARCH234 and hoard some green (money). Also, buyers can also avail of free shipping on all their orders. The discount can be availed on a wide array of categories like:
Wayfair: Take a dip in the pool of greens with Wayfair as the store is extending a pile of markdowns on a diverse range of categories. Buyers can snag a discount of up to 60% on St. Patrick’s Day indoor decoration supplies and up to 30% off on outdoor decoration supplies available at the store. While you are at it, don’t forget to shop for the tableware and linens available at a whopping discount of 55% and bedding & bath products available at a discount of 20%.
Jo-Ann: With other retail outlets extending huge markdowns to honor the Irish festival, can Jo-Ann be far behind. The holy grail of craft supplies if offering a herculean discount of up to 60% on St. Paddy’s Day Home Decor items. Buyers can also save up to 70% on Green-Themed Fabrics. And if you are someone who loves to cook, then you are in for some good news for the store if providing a massive discount of up to 50% on Seasonal Food Crafting materials.
Albeit St. Patrick was the first one to introduce Ireland to Christianity in the year 432, but he wasn’t Irish by origin. Born in the 4th Century in Scotland or Wales, St. Patrick is a Romanian.
Being a national holiday in both Ireland and Northern Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day was considered to be a more solemn and strictly religious occasion. All the bars and pubs used to remain shut until the 1970’s. Paradoxically, now this Irish festival is famous for the Irish whiskeys and green beers.
Known to be as one of the world’s largest parades, New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been happening since 1762. Around 250,000 marchers have walked the streets of 5th Avenue but the use of floats, cars or other modern trappings is still forbidden during the procession.
With New York organizing the world’s largest St. Patrick’s Day parade, Chicago doesn’t like to stay far behind. In an order to revel the Irish festival, the city has been flinging out green dye into the Chicago River since 1962. Though the exact formula is still not known by the many, we do know that apparently an orange powder is being dispersed into the river by the local plumbing union via flour sifters.
The three-leafed plant was apparently used by the saint as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity when he was introducing the concept of Christianity to the people of Ireland.
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