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Bed Bath & Beyond is holding an online-only flash sale, offering 20% to 60% off on bedding, bath goods, air fryers, décor and more. Save big at this sale that only goes through Feb. 24.
Below, some amazing finds from the Bed Bath & Beyond flash sale. Pick up these home goods from Keurig, Shark, Ninja and more now, because the sale will be over in a flash. Plus, enjoy free same-day delivery on orders over $29 on orders placed through Feb. 26. 
This Keurig works with ground coffee and single-serving K-Cup pods, so you can brew a full pot when needed, or just a single cup on demand. You can program the coffee maker to automatically brew a carafe up to 24 hours in advance.
Keurig K-Duo Plus, $200 (reduced from $230)
This Shark robot combines vacuum and mop functionality into a single device. It can even clean hard floors with simultaneous vacuuming and mopping.
Shark AI Vacmop, $380 (reduced from $480)
Update your outdoor seating area in time for spring with this sectional set. Arrange each of the six pieces to fit your space. The set has rattan accents and a UV- and weather-resistant finish.
Forest Gate six-piece modular patio sectional set, $1,295 (reduced from $2,590)
Grill indoors and more with this Ninja Foodi kitchen appliance that features a 4-quart air fryer. Its special technology keeps smoke out of your kitchen. 
Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 indoor grill with four-quart air fryer, $180 (reduced from $230)
This powerful blender allows you to make sauces, smoothies and even steamy soups. It’s designed to rotate ingredients back into the blades so you don’t have to scrape the sides.
Vitamix Explorian Series E310 blender, $300 (reduced from $350)
This mango wood side table with a marble top offers a contemporary look.
Bee & Willow mango wood side table, $84 (reduced from $120)
This air fryer has 10 pre-programmed smart settings for different foods and helps you save up to 70% in calories versus eating deep-fried food. It’s large enough to rotisserie-cook a four-pound chicken.
(Looking for more air fryers? Check out the best deals on air fryers right now.)
PowerXL 10-quart Vortex Air Fryer Pro, $120 (reduced from $190)
First published on February 24, 2022 / 6:38 PM
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