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Best Memorial Day Lawn Mower Deals and Sales 2021

Memorial Day sales are here to kick off toes-in-the-grass season, and we’re here to help you get your turf in shape by rounding up all the best Memorial Day lawn mower deals so you don’t have to go looking for them yourself. To make things even easier, we’ve also looked at whether now is the time to buy a new lawn mower or whether waiting it out might reap better discounts further down the line. Whatever your plans, we’ve got you covered with all the best Memorial Day lawn mower sales right now.

Best Memorial Day Lawn Mower Deals

This cordless electric mower with two 20V batteries and a dual-port charger provides a 13-inch cutting path suitable for small yards up to 1/8 acre. more
PowerSmart 21-inch gas push mower with easy-pull starting and 2-in-1 side discharge or mulching. Eight-inch rear wheels make it easy to navigate and turn. more
Quite, corded electric mower offers a wide,16-inch cutting path and a bag. Choose between bagging and mulching. The five-position adjustable deck height customizes your perfect lawn. more
This cordless electric mower with a 17-inch cutting path offers rear bagging or mulching and includes one 40V battery and a battery charger for up to 60 minutes of running time. more
A lightweight corded electric lawn mower under 10 pounds with a 12-inch cutting path and removable edger/trimmer. The automatic feeding spool makes lawn clean-up a snap. more
Sometimes you can't beat a classic, especially at this price. This rotary push motor features a simple T-handle design and 14-inch reel, making it ideal for small lawns (and people on a budget). more
Good for small yards, the PowerSmart gas push lawn mower cuts 21-inches wide with adjustable height cut-grass height. Mulch, bag, or side-discharge. more
A corded electric mower with a 20-inch cutting path. Powerful 12-amp motor with push-button-start. Mulch, side discharge, or rear bag with seven height adjustment positions. more
Greenworks G-MAX 40V 16-inch cordless lawn mower with rear bagging or mulching options. Five height positions. Lightweight and easy to maneuver. more
The Pro series 21-inch 80V self-propelled mower does not include a battery or charger, so be on the lookout for a battery that's available separately. more
The 36-volt Makita cordless electric lawn mower with an 18-inch cutting path comes with four 4.0Ah batteries and a rapid charger to make quick and light work of mowing your lawn. more
This cordless electric mower with a 21-inch cutting path. includes two 82V batteries and a battery charger, for up to 45 minutes running time per battery. more

Should You Shop the Memorial Day Lawn Mower Sales?

Unlike last year, this year’s Memorial Day sales have some staunch competition in the form of the Prime Day deals we’re expecting to see next month. Simply put, that means if you’re considering buying a new lawn mower now, you’d be better off waiting it out until Prime Day next month. Typically, we’d expect to see some better prices going on then than we’ll see during the Memorial Day lawn mower sales.

However, it all depends how much you need a new lawn mower. Has your current lawn mower failed? In that case, you won’t want to leave it another few weeks without a functional lawn mower at home. The grass in your yard will grow fast at this time of year, and you’re likely to regret postponing any purchase unless you have absolutely no other choice.

In particular, if you’ve meticulously read our complete guide on how to mow a lawn, you’re probably pretty attached to how great your yard looks, so why waste time by not buying a new lawn mower straight away?

The trickier decision is what to do if you have a working lawn mower but you want a better one. The Memorial Day lawn mower sales might look pretty tempting, but we think waiting it out will reap the best rewards. While we can’t guarantee that the Prime Day sales will be massively better, it’s highly likely that prices will be on par with if not better than what you’ll find today, so it’s a good time to hold out for.

As always, think about your budget and what you need most from your new lawn mower before you hit that buy button. Don’t be lured in by any incremental discounts either. Instead, focus on the big price cuts that will truly benefit your bank balance as well as your yard.

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