The busiest travel time of the year is upon us — and thanks to companies wanting to unload overstock, plan to snap up a deal even before Black Friday. There are plenty of epic sales right now, thanks to mega-retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Zappos, Nordstrom and Target slashing prices left and right. You can score this top-rated Samsonite suitcase for over 40% off, this Tumi duffel bag for $90 off and a top-rated three-piece set for just over $100. Planning a winter getaway? Heading home for Thanksgiving? We suggest acting fast — with prices this low, pieces are sure to sell out by the time Black Friday rolls around.
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Along with a telescopic handle and multi-directional spinner wheels, this durable hardshell 24-inch checked suitcase also boasts TSA-approved combination locks that will keep all your stuff safe and secure. But what really sets it apart from others is its hidden expandable zipper that, when in use, gives you an extra few inches of room — making this the perfect bag to take when you plan on doing a lot of souvenir shopping. Even better, it comes with a 10-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Rockland Softside Upright Luggage Set$49$95Save $46
SwissGear Sion Softside Expandable Roller Luggage$98$140Save $42
Travelers Club 3 Piece Set$53$57Save $4
Samsonite Omni PC Hardside Expandable Luggage$120$160Save $40
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Tumi is widely regarded as one of the best luggage brands you can shop, thanks to the company’s attention to detail and use of top-notch materials — it shows in the design of this sleek duffel bag. The two-way top-zip closure makes it easy to pack, while the numerous pockets and compartments help keep everything organized. You can carry it from the top handles, wear it as a crossbody or attach it to the handle of your suitcase thanks to the luggage slop at the back. Plus, its bright blue color will help you easily spot it in a sea of black bags on the luggage belt.
Vacay Glisten 28-Inch Suitcase$120$200Save $80
Ted Baker Freds Colorblock Document Bag$117$195Save $78
Vacay Ombre Hardside Spinner$120$200Save $80
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This compact carry-on is great for short trips and weekend getaways. In addition to several roomy compartments and pockets, it also has a padded laptop sleeve to keep your electronics safe. You can either roll it or carry the bag via the padded top handles.
Samsonite Freeform 24-Inch Spinner Bag$180$240Save $60
Michael Michael Kors Travel Small Hardcase Trolley$398$498Save $100
Vera Bradley Rolling Suitcase$205$315Save $110
Tumi Adrian Carryall$335$445Save $110
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Made from a durable hardshell material, this 20-inch carry-on features a push-button telescopic trolley handle, four 360-degree spinner wheels and self-repairing zippers that won’t snag or come off the tracks. It is fully lined and has a divider panel to separate the compartments. Even better, the lightweight suitcase only weighs 5.2 pounds, so it won’t weigh you down or cause you to go over the weight limit if you do end up checking it.
American Tourister Moonlight 24-inch Hardside Spinner$75$130Save $55
Vebreda Vebreda 3-Piece Suitcase Luggage Set with TSA Lock$116$189Save $73
Travelhouse Travelhouse 3-Piece Luggage Set$175$300Save $125
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Target shoppers have given this spacious weekender bag a near-perfect rating for a reason. Not only does it have a spacious main compartment, it also has a trolley sleeve, a detachable shoulder strap and durable top handles that make it super comfortable to carry around. It has a storage capacity of 30 liters and is carry-on compliant, so you can bring it on your next flight.
Made by Design Hardside Carry On Spinner Suitcase$75$90Save $15
Olympia Rolling Duffle Bag$97$151Save $54
Tach v3 Connectable 3-Piece Luggage Set$388$536Save $148
Vera Bradley Hardside Spinner Suitcase$207$295Save $89
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