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After Christmas Home Sales: All-Time Lows on Coffee Makers & Holiday Decor

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You may have survived the holiday season, but we'll bet your house looks like it got run over by a reindeer. No worries; we've rounded up the best After Christmas home and garden deals to help you put everything back in order. Grab a Keurig Vue system for $10 less than its Black Friday price, score a $35 price low on a Dyson vacuum, and save up to 75% off on Christmas inflatables for next year.

  1. Keurig Vue V500Keurig Vue V500 Single-Serve Brewing System bundled with a Vue Variety 8-Count Box
    Store: Newegg
    Price: $89.95 via coupon code "EMCYTZT5295" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $33
    Expires: December 26

    Is It Worth It?: Before you jump into the post-holiday cleanup, you're going to need a caffeine power-up. Fortunately, today you can score the Keurig Vue V500 brewing system for the Editors' Choice price of $90 after coupon code "EMCYTZT5295". That's $10 under our Black Friday mention and the second-cheapest Vue brewer we've seen. This brewer features touchscreen controls, brew strength settings, seven brewing size options ranging from 4-oz. to 16-oz., and temperature controls. You'll even score an 8-pack of Vue pods to get you started.

  2. Nespresso C91 EssenzaNespresso C91 Essenza Espresso Maker Bundle
    Store: Bloomingdale's
    Price: $99.99 with free shipping with padding over $100
    Lowest By: $79
    Expires: January 1

    Is It Worth It?: If you're looking for a fancier home-brewed coffee experience, step up to the Nespresso C91 Essenza espresso maker for just $99.99. It comes bundled with an Aeroccino milk frother and a Nepresso Grand Cru espresso capsule 16-pack, so you'll have everything you need to make your own high-brow coffee drinks. Plus, you can pad your order over $100 to bag free shipping (this eye pencil sharpener costs $3). That's an all-time price low (with $79 in savings) and another Editors' Choice deal. The espresso maker sports features like auto power-off, a 30-oz. removable water tank, and 19-bar high pressure pump.

  3. Dyson DC41 vacuumRefurbished Dyson DC41 Multi-Floor Vacuum
    Store: Dyson USA via eBay
    Price: $259.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $35

    Is It Worth It?: With caffeine coursing through your veins, you're ready to tackle the house cleaning. Get every last speck of dust off your floors with the factory-refurbished Dyson DC41 Multi-Floor vacuum in Red or Purple. At $260, it's $35 under the price of a refurb elsewhere and a clear Editors' Choice pick. This bagless vacuum boasts Dyson Ball steering, a motorized brushroll, a telescopic reach wand, a HEPA filter, and several on-board tools.

    A 6-month Dyson warranty applies.

  4. TKZenith Cross Bar Bathroom Spacesaver
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $17.97 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $13

    Is It Worth It?: While you're helping your house recover from the onslaught of relatives, you might as well add a little organization to your bathroom. Pick up the Editors' Choice Zenith Cross Bar bathroom spacesaver in Satin Nickel from Walmart for just $18, and you'll save $13 in the process. This rack measures 23" x 10" x 64" and features three shelves for storing towels and accessories.

    Don't feel like going out? Amazon offers its Prime members this bathroom spacesaver for the same price with free shipping.

  5. Christmas inflatablesChristmas Inflatables Sale at Home Depot
    Store: Home Depot
    Discount: Up to 75% off
    Shipping: From $5.99 s&h

    Is It Worth It?: As we pointed out in our December buying guide, the days after Christmas are your best bet for stocking up on holiday decor. Home Depot proves us right with this super sale on inflatable yard decorations, taking up to 75% off and dropping prices as low as $5. Shipping starts at $5.99 and free shipping is available for items over $45, but many items are only available in stores (with limited stock).

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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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