Yahoo Canada has received compensation to create this article, and receives commission from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

Need support? Tommie Copper circulation-boosting, pain-relieving socks are nearly 75% off

Whether you're kicking back, traveling or recovering from a workout, you can benefit from a pair of compression socks. Or maybe you know someone who could? Trust us, the upsides are endless: They'll boost circulation in the legs, help reduce pain, swelling and muscle soreness, and even support veins. Under normal circumstances, these types of socks cost a pretty penny, but we found several sets from Tommie Copper on massive sale at QVC. We’re talking four-packs down from $98 (if purchased separately) to $42. That makes them just $10.50 a pair and a complete steal to buy for yourself or for family and friends!


Tommie Copper Compression Ankle Socks, 4-Pack

$42$98Save $56
This four-pack of Tommie Copper ankle compression socks is a steal — stock up while the price is slashed! Choose from basic, basic stripe, blue stripe, teal stripe (shown here) or purple stripe.
$42 at QVC

Even better, if you’re a new customer to QVC, you’ll get $10 off your first order with the code SURPRISE. You can even spread out your payment in three installments with QVC's interest-free EasyPay option.

Tommie Copper socks are woven with infrared PET yarn, which helps keep tootsies warm all year long. They're designed with premium anti-odor technology and moisture-wicking fabric that helps reduce bacteria for up to 50 washes. How's that for the sweet smell of success?

These socks specifically target the arch and heel, helping relieve soreness and aches, and aiding in muscle recovery (say, after a tough workout or sightseeing vacation). Plus, the socks are abrasion-resistant and, thanks to the brand's UltraGuard Technology, they provide almost two times the wear as traditional socks before developing holes. The socks are available in two different lengths — ankle and over-the-calf. The four-pack of Tommie Copper ankle-length socks, reduced to $42 from $98, are perfect to pair with sneakers when you're out and about running errands.

Looking to reap even more benefits? The four-pack of Tommie Copper over-the-calf socks are only $44 — down from $158 — and are ideal to wear while traveling or on your feet all day. Don’t worry, your feet won’t get too hot in the socks: The material helps wick away moisture, so you'll stay nice and dry inside your shoes even if it's humid and sticky outside.

people wearing socks
Save big on the must-have socks that help relieve muscle aches. (Photo: QVC)

"The socks are nice, refreshing and soothing," shared one shopper. "My feet didn't feel any pain or pressure while wearing them. This is the second set I've purchased and I would definitely recommend them to a friend." Another fan added: "I wear the socks every single day!"

"I've tried to find compression socks for years because of my varicose veins and these are the most comfortable compression socks I have ever found," gushed a happy Tommy Copper wearer.

Both the ankle and over-the-calf socks come in basic, purple stripe and teal stripe. You can also choose a ankle style in additional colors like basic stripe and blue stripe. The socks are a blend of polyester, spandex and other fiber and are easy to take care of — simply machine wash and tumble dry.

Comfortable socks that help reduce pain at a price you can't beat? We're convinced! You better hurry, though — this amazing deal on the Tommie Copper compression socks won't last forever. Our tip: Buy extra pairs now while the prices are slashed and save them for future use (or to give as gifts).


Tommie Copper Compression Over-the-Calf Socks, 4-Pack

$44$158Save $114
The prices are slashed by nearly 75% on this four-pack of Tommie Copper over-the-calf compression socks. Choose from regular or wide styles in colors like basic, blue stripe, purple stripe (shown here) and teal stripe.
$44 at QVC

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.