$20 in Amazon credit when you buy Ray-Bans, a $102 smart thermostat, and the complete Seinfeld box set lead off Saturday’s best deals.

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While it doesn’t look anywhere near as cool as a Nest or an ecobee3, Sensi’s smart thermostat offers the same basic Wi-Fi-connected feature set for less than half the cost. It even works with Alexa!

Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine cables were an immediate hit with our readers, and you can upgrade your entire microUSB cable collection today with this $11 5-pack. That’s a couple bucks less than the usual price for this pack, which includes a two 1' cables, two 3', and a 6'.

Have anyone on your holiday shopping list that wants Ray-Bans this year? If you buy them from Amazon, you’ll get a $20 account credit back. Plus, there are over 100 different styles to choose from. This deal’s so bright you’re going to have to wear shades.

Sugru is right up there with binder clips and the Raspberry Pi in Lifehacker’s pantheon of must-have gear, and you can stock up today with eight packs from Amazon for just $15, in the color combination of your choice. That’s not the best Sugru deal we’ve ever seen, but it’s pretty solid.

Life’s too short to vacuum every other day, but luckily, you can pawn that tedious chore off to a Roomba, and the excellent 770 model is marked down to $340 today on Amazon, an all-time low.


I got this exact model earlier this year, and I absolutely love it. While it does require a bit of babysitting from time to time, I hardly ever need to pull out my upright vacuum, and the floors always feel clean.

For comparison’s sake, the similar Roomba 650 was on sale earlier this week for an all-time low $250, and the 770 adds in a virtual wall and true HEPA filters.

Chevron’s Techron fuel system cleaner claims to clean, restore, and protect the entire fuel system in your vehicle, and judging by the glowing user reviews, it really does seem to work. Amazon will sell you a 20 ounce bottle today for $8, and a $5 rebate from Chevron will effectively bring that down to just $3.

iGrill2, $60

You’ve got two choices when it comes to checking on the progress of your dinner in the oven. You could poke at it with a kitchen thermometer until you think it’s done, or you could sit on the couch and wait for your phone to tell you when it’s ready.


The highly-rated iGrill2 uses up to four leave-in probes to monitor the progress of your meal on the grill, on the stovetop, or even in the oven, and connects to your iPhone or Android device over Bluetooth to alert you as soon as your food has reached the proper temperature. I actually gave a slightly different iDevices thermometer to my dad for his birthday a few years ago, and it worked as advertised.

4-Pack 8 LED Motion Sensor Lights, $37 with code MPOWLIHT | 2-Pack 20 LED Lights, $31 with code 42VQHZSO | 20 LED Light, $17 with code WUM8CEYJ

Mpow’s motion-sensing solar lights have been a hit this year, and you can choose from several combinations for great low prices today. These are great for anyone who’s ever tripped over their front porch at night, or who just wants a little extra illumination for their yard. And since they’re solar powered, there’s no wiring required; just hang them up, and let them do their thing.

Metal detecting can be a fun hobby, and one of the only ones that can pay for itself, and two different Bounty Hunter detectors are on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box. One of them is even perfectly sized for kids, making it a perfect gift idea.

Most gaming mice look like futuristic EMP grenades or robotic pets, but Razer’s DeathAdder became one of your favorite gaming mice by keeping things clean and simple. Want to try one out, or buy it for the gamer in your life this holiday season? Amazon’s marked it down to $35 today, an all-time low, and a match for Prime Day.

The complete Seinfeld DVD box set for an all-time low $40? It’s a Festivus miracle!

Hot off the heels of its $10-off-$25 physical book sale last weekend, Amazon’s now taking $5 off any $15 book purchase (including multiple, cheaper books) with promo code GIFTBOOK, from now until December 5.


Just like last time, this deal excludes Kindle titles and audiobooks, but if there are any commemorative coffee table-type books or collector’s editions that you’ve been eyeing, this is a great opportunity. Just choose carefully; you can only use the code once per account.

Here are a few suggestions to get you started, but again, this works on any physical book Amazon sells, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a use for it. Let us know in the comments what you got!

Simplehuman takes mundane household objects like trash cans, shower caddies, toilet brushes, and paper towel holders, and turns them into functional works of art.

Art comes at a price though, and simplehuman will never be mistaken for a value brand. That said, if you’ve had your eye on any of the company’s wares, a handful of bathroom-focused products are on sale today. It’s nowhere near as many as we saw on Black Friday, but go ahead, get yourself a shower caddy or a small trash can if you missed out.

If your Eneloop AA collection isn’t quite as big as it could be, you can supplement it with an 8-pack of AmazonBasics AAs for $17 today.


That’s an all-time low price, and $3 less than the equivalent Eneloop pack, and if you believe some reviewers, these may actually be rebranded Eneloops themselves. We can’t verify that claim (though like Eneloops, they were produced in Japan and pre-charged with solar energy, which seems really specific to be a coincidence), but whatever their origin, they have great reviews, and a stellar price tag.

While it seem crazy to think about buying any other drone besides a DJI, this $30 Dromida Ominus may be the key to a drone-filled Christmas. This beginner model helps two-fold: you don’t need to shell out a crazy amount of money on something that may break and you can get a feel for piloting before even thinking about shelling out that money.


Choose from four different colors, and give someone (or yourself) a great Christmas present.

Tomoko Mechanical Keyboard, $28 with code W43ZYTEY

You’ve probably heard a lot of fuss about mechanical keyboards lately, and if not, you’ve at least heard the clicking. If you’re curious to try one yourself without dropping a bunch of money, here’s an entry level model for $28, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any mechanical keyboard.


The keys don’t use name brand Cherry MX switches, but the switches it does include should closely mimic Cherry MX blues, which are tactile, loud, and great for typists.

2x iClever BoostCube Dual USB Chargers (White), $10. Add two to cart and use code USBBOOST.

iClever’s BoostCube line is The Wirecutter’s pick for best travel-friendly USB charger, and for a limited time, you can get two for the price of one. That’s one for you, and one for a lucky friend’s stocking. Just add two of the white models to your cart, and use code USBBOOST at checkout to get one for free.

20% off Greenies Dental Treats. Discount Shown at Checkout.

My dog burped in my face the other day, and in turn, I nearly threw up on his, so I’ll probably be buying some of these Greenies dental treats at 20% off. And while at-home oral care won’t totally replace professional veterinary dental work, it can at least mean fewer expensive appointments. Just note that you won’t see the discount until checkout.

Amazon’s Prime Pantry service has kicked off the month of December with a pair of special promotions, including a $10 discount exclusive to Kinja Deals readers!

First off, promo code PANTRY60KINJ will take $10 off any $60 Pantry order. It doesn’t matter what you buy, and it even works if you’ve used Pantry in the past. Easy peasy.


If the $6-per-box Prime Pantry delivery fee is scaring you off, it’s easy to avoid by including any five items from this page in your box. There are hundreds of eligible products from across every major category (including your favorite toilet paper), so you should have no trouble finding five that you were going to buy anyway. If you meet this requirement, you’ll see the $6 shipping fee waived at checkout.

In case $16 in savings wasn’t enough, if you have any Prime Pantry delivery credits in your account from choosing no-rush shipping on old Prime orders, that will still apply even if you got the free shipping promotion, giving you an extra $6 off.


So if you play your cards right here, you’ll pay far less for non-refrigerated food, laundry detergent, bathroom essentials, skin care, and home goods than you would at your local supermarket, and you won’t even have to leave the house to get it. That’s what they call a no-brainer.

ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go boxer briefs were a finalist in our recent best men’s underwear Co-Op, and our readers have gone on to purchase over 20,000 pairs since. Right now, Amazon is having an insane BOGO 50% off sale on select ExOfficio underwear, including the Give-N-Go boxer brief. So stock your underwear drawer with a bestseller.

While supplies last (which, if history is any indication, won’t be long), you can get a 17 cup and 2.5 cup RubberMaid FreshWorks container for just $14. These went down to an all-time low $10 about a month ago, but sold out ridiculously fast. So if you’re still thinking about grabbing a set, now’s the time.

Holiday photos are on the horizon, and if you want to look your best, Crest 3D Whitestrips are a great place to start. For a limited time, you can get 14 strips for $21, or 20 plus two express 1-hour treatments for $38. Just be sure to clip the $5 coupon on either page before you check out.

The Nomatic BASICS wallet is one of our readers’ four favorite front pocket wallets, and you can try one out for just $10 for the holidays, down from its usual $20, and actually $4 less than it was on Black Friday. You even get to pick from four different colors.

A lot of people are reflexively appalled by the idea of a bidet, which makes no sense, because they’re amazing. Today on Amazon, you can score a Greenco Bidet attachment that will work with just about any toilet for just $21. That’s nothing for a product you’ll use just about every day. This deal could sell out any time though, so purchase or get off the pot.

Glerups, 25% off, free shipping on $98+, free returns, use code KINJA25, expires 12/6

Glerups are made from 100% natural wool and have no equal in the lounge shoe space. Our readers can snag an exclusive 25% off this week with code KINJA25, guaranteed delivery by December 25th.

Our discount is available on all of Huckberry’s Glerups inventory, including the boot, shoe, and slip-on styles, the rubber sole options, and the Huckberry-exclusive midnight blue color.


I’ve been wearing Glerups for months now and could never go back to the cycle of buying and throwing away cheap slippers on a regular basis. The moisture-wicking properties of the wool, and the fact that they’re just ridiculously comfortable will ensure you keep them around for years.

Glerups are rarely discounted and make for an amazing holiday gift.

Anker’s home goods brand, Eufy, put its new set of copper string lights back on sale today for an all-time low $7. Unlike last week’s Black Friday sale, this set doesn’t include a remote, but it’s also $4 cheaper, and is a fine option for indoor or outdoor holiday decorating.






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