Deal of the Week: OXO POP Containers Are 20% Off

It’s time to step up your storage game.

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While the rainy days of spring cleaning may be behind us—there’s one spot that seemingly always needs attention: the pantry! Organize it once and for all—and save some cash—with OXO’s Annual POP Sale. Here’s what you need to know.

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What’s on sale?

You can pick up OXO’s beloved POP containers—in a variety of different shapes and sizes—all for 20% off. From pasta to beans and popcorn to coffee, there’s a container for all of your favorite foods.

When’s the sale?

The sale runs now through July 26, 2020 on We suggest shopping early for the best selection. Oh, and if you spend more than $19.99, shipping is free, too!

What’s the top deal?

OXO POP Containers

We love these nifty containers for a lot of reasons. First, they’re clear so it’s easy to see what items you’re running low on or if a product has gone bad. They also fit together perfectly, so stacking is a breeze and you can make the most of even the smallest space. Wondering where the “POP” name comes from? Each container is also outfitted with an airtight seal, activated with the simple push of a button. That means your favorite foods—especially quick-to-stale items like cereal, crackers and pretzels—stay fresher for longer. (Learn how to keep produce fresh, too). Still not convinced? These containers can house more than just food. Pick some up to use in your bathroom, office, closet—the possibilities are endless!

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Katie Bandurski
Katie is an Assistant Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.