Stock up for summer fun with QVC’s 4th of July sale — save up to 50%!

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Sampling of 4th of July Sales at QVC
Oh say, can you see the savings? (Photo: QVC)

QVC deals are hot year-round, but you can rely on its mega 4th of July sale to deliver even more, ahem, bang for your buck. This weekend, the retailer is setting off its own fireworks with low prices on seasonal essentials for cooking, dressing up and getting out of town.

When it comes to warm weather fun, QVC knows just what you need to make it happen. And thanks to its Fourth of July sale, you can snag those supplies for an excellent price. Want even more savings? First-time QVC customers will receive $15 off their purchase with the code OFFER. Oh, and of course, no matter what you buy, QVC offers an Easy Pay option to spread out payments over time with no interest.

Unlike Old Glory, however, these deals won’t keep waving after the holiday’s over. Shop before July 6 to score the high-def television, sweet sneakers, hydrating face serum or easy ice cream maker that’ll set you up to truly savor the rest of summer. There’s even a classic wagon for kids.

These are just some of the sparklers you’ll find on QVC today — below each, you’ll find links to even more hot picks. Oh say, can you see the savings? Read on for more details.

Tech

Samsung Crystal UHD TV
Summer blockbusters never looked better than they do on this Samsung smart TV’s crystal display. (Photo: QVC)

A great television is summer’s unsung hero. The small screen is a big reason why we get together this time of year, from binge-worthy miniseries (Only Murders in the Building, anyone?) to rainy-day movie marathons. You want one with a screen that’s big enough for everybody to gather round and even crisper than at the theater.

Enter this $500 Samsung smart TV. Its 50-inch display redefines "crystal clear" with its next-level ultra-high-definition picture quality; it’ll turn your living room or den into a home theater.

Shoppers love the 4K resolution and array of preloaded apps, including Google and Amazon, for instant streaming. “Clearest picture I’ve ever seen,” raves one.

The whole family will agree it’s a major upgrade. The only thing you have to decide now is what to watch.

$500 $570 at QVC

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Style

blue tie dye sneakers
Oh so much better than barefoot. (Photo: QVC)

How's your summer shoe wardrobe looking? Kinda bleh? That's ok — we have just what you need to give your tootsies a refresh.

Don't let their cuteness fool you; Spenco Orthotic Canvas Sneakers are designed with comfort top-of-mind. They pack great orthotic arch support, deep heel cups and a supportive footbed. Stretchy goring makes them perfect for all-day wear, and they're so easy to slip on and off.

But they're also podiatrist-approved, earning the coveted American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance. Because of their arch support, they can be a good option for those with plantar fasciitis — or those with an inflamed plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that connects your heel to your toes.

Just in time for warm weather, they're made of canvas (read: they won't get smelly, like some leather and faux-leather alternatives) and have five charming tie-dye patterns available. Plus the removable, antimicrobial footbed helps to control odors as well.

$67 $73 at QVC

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Home

Toddler girl and little boy sitting in open side of Radio Flyer wagon
Just roll with it. (Photo: QVC)

A classic little red wagon may be cute, but it’s not super practical (hello, no cup holders for your iced coffee?). Parent-tested, kid-approved details are why this modern Radio Flyer model is such a hit—especially at this price. It has all the features you need for a comfortable, tantrum-free walk to the park or beach. In addition to four cup holders (two kid-sized, two for adults), it has a shade canopy, seat belts and a rear brake, plus ample storage for toys and snacks.

Satisfied shoppers also love that it’s easy for kids to get in and out of — no trip hazards here. “We chose to stick with a Radio Flyer wagon because of the zip-down side, which makes it easy for the kiddos to jump into the wagon rather than someone having to pick them up,” says one. “I have not seen any other brands on the market that have this feature.”

And because it’s from Radio Flyer, you know it’s good quality. Rugged wheels, a tough fabric frame you can simply hose down, smooth driving and the ability to fold it down with one hand set it apart. Come storage time, it folds up into a compact bundle — and it comes with its own case. Did we mention it folds down with one hand? We bet you’ll even pass it down to some other lucky parents in your circle.

$444 $484 at QVC

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Kitchen

Ninja Creami machine with 3 additional pint conatainers
Get the scoop anytime you want. (Photo: QVC)

It’s not really summer until you’ve chomped your first waffle cone. And there's only one thing that can make it more delicious: filling it with homemade scoops. An ice cream maker may sound like a unitasker, but the Ninja Creami machine is actually a seven-in-one device. Plus, it’s such a good price right now — just $200 at QVC — it’s totally worth the indulgence.

Happy shoppers love that it turns out a pint at a time — the perfect amount for a snack or to take dessert a la mode — rather than a full quart like most other machines. Think about it: If a pint of Haagen Dazs is $10, then you’ll break even after you use this gizmo 20 times. For most of us, that’s one season. Plus, thanks to Ninja’s clever technology, you don’t have to pre-freeze the mixing bowl the way you do with other ice cream makers. That means you can make ice cream on a whim without any advance planning.

Two other noteworthy features: The Ninja Creami has a “mix-in” setting to better distribute toppings and drizzles — think candy, chocolate chips and ribbons of fudge or caramel. It also has a special setting to get the perfect texture for fruity sorbets.

When you’re not in the mood for a full-on frozen treat, the milkshake and smoothie settings make it much more versatile.

From now on, it’ll be the gentle whirring of this machine — not the tune of the ice cream truck — that gets the kids in your life running.

$200 $230 at QVC

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Beauty

Trio of IT Cosmetics beauty creams for day and night
Say goodbye to fine lines for good. (Photo: QVC)

You might dream of beautiful, refreshed skin — so why not dream your way to beautiful skin?

It Cosmetics Confidence in Your Beauty Sleep Skin-Pillow Cream is a treatment that's designed to fight the signs of aging — think crow's feet, fine lines and sagging — all while you snooze. It's gentle enough to pair with other nighttime treatments but potent enough to work on its own. The formula is quite magical: It's packed with ceramides and peptides, plus luxurious Persian silk tree bark, jojoba seed oil, and cactus flower extract. In short: You'll wake up to plump, hydrated skin.

Paired with the brand's Confidence in a Cream and accompanying Eye Cream for daytime, this trio will have you looking radiant all summer long.

$70 $144 at QVC

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