Cambridge SoundWorks’ OontZ Angle is one of our readers’ favorite water-resistant Bluetooth speakers, but today, its new Ultra and 3XL Ultra models is on sale for an all-time low prices.
Compared to the original, the Angle 3 Ultra is louder (14W vs. 10W), more water resistant (IPX6 vs. IPX5), and can pair with a second Angle 3 Ultra for true stereo sound, all good things. It’s been mostly selling for $40 since its release back in October, and today’s deal is the best discount we’ve seen.
If you want a speaker that could fill an entire backyard, the XL model is also worth considering, It has 24 watts of power and two oversized 2.75" drivers, while still boasting IPX5 splash resistance. Like the smaller model, you can also pair two of them together for stereo separation. It’s a big step up in price at $90, but that’s an all-time low.
If you missed out on the madness a week ago, eBay’s once again running a sitewide discount that you can use on almost everything.
Promo code PMAY4TH will take 15% off nearly any $50+ eBay order (gift cards, real estate, and actual money are excluded, sadly), with a generous $100 savings cap (it’s usually $50). That includes everything from video games from Best Buy’s eBay outlet, to Nintendo Switch consoles (they’re marked up, but still come out to $276 with the code, also available in Neon), to Dyson vacuums, to Star Wars LEGOs, to Xbox Live memberships, to that rare vintage comic book that you’ve been eyeing.
There are also a bunch of Star Wars goods marked down to celebrate May the Fourth, and this code will work on them as well.
Have any particular suggestions? Drop them in the comments below.
RAVPower’s newest battery pack is very similar to the reader-favorite Anker PowerCore Fusion, but with double the battery capacity (10,000mAh vs. 5,000mAh). For a battery pack that plugs directly into an AC outlet, that does mean that it might be more susceptible to falling out of worn out, loose-fitting outlets, but at $19 (with promo code KINJA066), it wouldn’t hurt to try it out.
The real appeal of these things is that you only have to take one charger with you when you travel. This can act as your wall charger at night, and your battery pack during the day, all without the need to futz with microUSB cables to recharge it.
Tile improved on its ultra-popular device trackers by adding waterproofing, customizable ring tones, increased range, and a more durable design to its new Pro series. Get a Tile Sport for $25 today or a two pack for $42, both all-time-low prices.
Anker, as you probably know by now, makes a lot of products. But I don’t think any of them are as ambitious as the Nebula Capsule, a surprisingly good portable projector shrunk down to the size of a soda can.
At this size, the Capsule is obviously not as bright as a projector you’d permanently mount to your ceiling, and its standard definition resolution won’t dazzle, but it can run for hours on a charge, and has great audio built in, making it ideal for an impromptu outdoor movie night, or even as a replacement for your bedroom TV. I’ve played around with it, and you can see all of my thoughts here.
For a limited time, the Capsule is marked down to $280 on Amazon with promo code 4CAPSULE, which is about $70 less than usual, and a match for the best price we’ve seen since it was up for preorder on Indiegogo.
Plantronics’ BackBeat Sense SE wireless on-ears look great, sound great, and run for up to 18 hours on a charge; all good things. But the coolest feature here, especially at a low $48 price point, is a suite of sensors that automatically pauses your music when you take the headphones off your ears, and starts it up again once you put them back on. Use promo code KINJASE at checkout to save.
Note: We posted a deal on very similar headphones a few weeks ago for a few bucks less, but this model has a splashproof coating which the last deal lacked.
Before you flee the country and/or go on your next international trip, be sure to pick up this universal plug adapter for $10 with code ABCDE555. It’ll turn basically any outlet in the world into any other outlet type, and also includes a USB port so you can plug your phone straight in.
RAVPower’s HyperAir Qi charging pad is one of the few models out there to support 7.5W iPhone charging (iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X only), and you can save $10 on it today with promo code NEWRP034.
To be clear, there are a lot of Qi pads that support 10W charging for certain Android devices, but iPhones require a very specific frequency to enable their maximum charging speed of 7.5W, and this is one of the most affordable compatible pads we’ve seen.
Klipsch’s The Sixes are great powered monitors by any measure (I’d encourage you to check out this review on CNET), and when you aren’t using them as part of a home theater setup, they also work with Bluetooth directly, so you can also just connect your phone wirelessly for a quick listening session without any dongles or receivers.
For a limited time, you can get the pair for an all-time low $498 with our exclusive promo code KINJAUD9. Just be sure you see Roberts LP as the seller.
While supplies last on Amazon (which probably won’t be long), $48 gets you a refurbished T-Mobile AC1900 router, which is actually just a rebranded version of the $136 ASUS RT-AC68U, which is our readers’ favorite router.
The T-Mobile version has some T-Mobile branding, and uses custom firmware that claims to be optimized for Wi-Fi calling, but under the hood, it’s just a standard (and very popular) Wi-Fi router. You can even flash the firmware and install the original ASUS version, or a third party solution, if you wanted to put in the work. Just check out the customer reviews for ideas.
We’ve seen our fair share of USB power receptacle deals, but this $16 2-pack from iClever is the most affordable deal yet. Half the things you plug in these days probably plug into USB, so it just makes a ton of sense to install these around your house. Just make sure you know what you’re doing. Just use promo code WALLPLATE at checkout to save a few bucks.
Anker’s most impressive entry in the true wireless headphone market is on sale for the lowest price we’ve seen since they were on Kickstarter.
You can read our impressions of the Zolo Liberty+ over on Gear, but here are some highlights:
- 3.5 hour battery, plus a charging case with enough power for 48 hours of playback.
- Transparency mode that lets in some ambient noise.
- Customizable EQ settings.
- Bluetooth 5.0 for a stable connection.
All you have to do is use promo code LIBERTYZ at checkout to save a whopping $40. That’s $10 better than the last deal we saw, back before Valentine’s Day.
There’s not a whole lot to say here: This phone stand has a nearly perfect review average form almost 7,000 customers, looks great, and is only $6 today with code 7LM3H6FB. Why wouldn’t you put one on your desk?
Want to stream the NBA playoffs, or the reboot of Trading Spaces? They’re both included in the $35 base package of DIRECTV Now, and so is a free Roku Streaming Stick when you prepay for a month.
This is similar to the Apple TV promotion (which is still active), except instead of paying for three months in advance, you’ll only have to pay for one. That’s like getting a $15 discount on the normally-$50 Roku Streaming Stick, plus a month of over-the-top cable access.
If you’re still using a computer that doesn’t run off an SSD, fix that today with an all-time low price on this 500GB drive from Crucial. It carries a stellar 4.6 star rating, and you could even turn it into a DIY portable SSD, if you felt so inclined.
DirecTV Now is one of the better over-the-top cable replacements out there, and with this deal, there’s very little reason not to give it a try.
For a limited time, if you prepay for three months of the service at $35 per month, you’ll get a 4K Apple TV included for free. That Apple TV costs $179 normally, so you’re basically getting a $74 discount on the box, plus three months of live TV. No brainer.
VPNs have been in the news, and whether you want to get around video geoblocks, circumvent proxy filters, or just keep prying eyes out of your browsing data while using sketchy public Wi-Fi, reader-favorite Private Internet Access has a deal to fit your needs.
Last month, they offered our readers $10 off two year memberships, but this time around, you get a few more choices, ranging from a quick taste of the service to an extended commitment with additional savings:
- One month for $6 | Usually $7
- One year for $35 | Usually $40
- Three years for $90 | Not offered to the general public at all
These deals are only for our readers, but we aren’t sure how long they’ll be available, so go ahead and sign up while you can.
Update: The navy and black both went back to their normal prices, but the grey is still at $59.
The iconic Herschel Supply Co. Novel duffel bag packs an impressive 4+ star rating from almost 800 customer reviews. And with its has a waterproof zipper, shoe pocket, and removable strap pad, it would be perfect for a quick weekend trip.
This grey one (sorry...raven crosshatch) is also a buck less, but it does get cheaper than that with some regularity.
If you’ve already invested a lot of money in the WeMo ecosystem, the WeMo Bridge lets you control all of your smart switches with Apple HomeKit, the upshot being that they become Siri-compatible. All you have to do is plug it into an ethernet port on your router, and you’re good to go.
And before you head to the comments, yes, I realize pretty much every smart home device under the sun is Alexa-compatible from the get-go, without buying extra accessories. iPhone owners like myself are owned. I get it.
$30 is $10 less than usual, and an all-time low.
I prefer steaming over ironing - it’s faster, easier, and you don’t need to get out the ironing board. One of Amazon’s best selling travel steamers is just $13, that’s 35% off the normal price when you redeem the on-page coupon. To do so, click the drop down directly above the green “in stock” message and then click the “redeem” button. You’ll see the discount at checkout.
This 4 pound of chocolate caramel Rolo candies should satisfy your sweet tooth for a long while. The 20% off coupon brings the price down to $16, and these are perfect for movie nights.
This mini KitchenAid food processor has a 3.5-cup work bowl, which is the right size for small tasks like chopping nuts, mincing garlic, dicing herbs, and mixing salad dressings. Today’s price of $21, after the $9 off coupon, is an all-time low.
While they’re hardly the only electric arc lighters out there, Power Practical’s Sparkr Mini has long been one of our favorites, due to its compact design, dual beams, and lack of high-pitched whine common in cheaper models. Now, they’re bringing the same expertise to two new form factors, and you can preorder to save.
The Sparkr Flip is a pocket-friendly, teardrop-shaped lighter with two buttons, one on the side for regular use, and a secondary one on the bottom for upside down use, which is perfect for lighting narrow candles.
For household use, the Sparkr Wick is a long-necked lighter, and one of the only ones of its kind with two lighting arcs. Its neck isn’t flexible, unfortunately, but it’s still great for lighting candles, gas stoves, or campfire kindling.
Both are available for $25 when you preorder from Kickstarter, or $5 less than what you’ll pay retail. You can also save more by preordering multiple lighters. They’re expected to ship in October, and would make great gifts.
Gift your mom a dozen rosette succulents this Mother’s Day. They’re just $27 today, about $3 less than usual, and they will last way longer than a bouquet of flowers.
Each plant is packed carefully in its own 2" plastic pot and can be transferred into a larger arrangement if you’re feeling ambitious. Just remember, the fastest way to kill a succulent is to overwater it, so just leave it be until the soil is completely dry.
If you need a new window air conditioner for the summer, you should buy it now, not once it gets hot and prices go up. This 8,000 BTU model from LG is the current Wirecutter pick, and $199 is within $10 of the lowest ever.
Beyond Breville’s legendary design, build quality, and user interface improvements, what sets the Creatista apart is the milk steamer, which borrows almost everything from Breville’s $2500 Oracle Touch.
The Creatista’s steam wand lives up to the Nespresso pedigree: the product it produces is great, and far better than you’d expect from an automatic machine that uses pods. If you love espresso as a drink but not as a hobby, you can’t go wrong with this.
Yes, $360 is still a significant amount of money, but this machine makes lattes, cappuccinos, flat whites, and all those fancy drinks coffee shop charge $5+ for, so if you use it enough, it might actually save you a little money in the long run.
Update: Sold out, sorry
As far as grab-and-go snacks go, jerky is about as healthy as it gets, but boy is it expensive. Luckily, this 20-cound pack of Jack Link’s beef jerky sticks is marked down to just $7 on Amazon. It’s listed as an add-on item, but when you use Subscribe & Save, it’ll ship on its own without any other products.
You don’t need to pay hundreds of dollars and fine an electrician to install cool lights over your kitchen sink: You just need $15. These OxyLED lights can stick to anything via adhesive or magnetic plates, and the included remote is also magnetized to stick to your fridge.
I was in the camp of people that felt like aromatherapy diffusers were glorified Glade plug-ins. And they are to some extent, but the fact you can use natural essential oils to create the scent, rather than whatever Glade uses, is a real game changer. The peppermint and eucalyptus scents can help with migraines and sinus headaches, and the diffusers double as a humidifier.
This Oak Leaf diffuser is just $12 (with code Q8WMVZ3K), has a mid-sized 100ml tank and doubles as an LED light with 7 colors options. Throw in this 6 pack of essential oils at $12, and you’re all set. Plus, these make great gifts.
Herman Miller furniture is legendary, and also legendarily out of reach for most of us. But if you have one chair, table, or bed that you’ve just been dying to get your hands on, everything they sell is 15% off today, so you won’t find a better chance to splurge.
The world-famous Aeron office chair is one of our readers’ favorites, and the Embody is another great option for your home office. If you’re looking for something a little less heavy, the Setu is an awesome task chair, and the Eames is of course, timeless.
Meanwhile, I’m sitting here drooling over the Noguchi coffee table. Find me on Venmo if you want to donate to the cause. They only offer this sale twice a year, and otherwise don’t really do any discounts, so put that tax refund to good use.
At 9,000 mAh, this Anker jump starter is smaller than most of the competition, but can still provide up to 15 jumps on a full charge while taking up less room in your glove box, assuming your engine is 2.8L or smaller. Nobody thinks they need one of these until their car is dead in their driveway and they’re late to an appointment, so it’s not a bad idea to keep it in your glove compartment.
Just use promo code ANKERJS2 at checkout to save whopping $26.
Did you find a new KitchenAid mixer under the tree? Start buying accessories for it, like this spiralizer at its all-time-low price of $56 (after clipping the $19 coupon), which can turn boring, old veggies into noodles, which might not taste significantly better, but is way more fun. This is perfect timing for your upcoming healthy eating resolution.
If you think it’s cool that you can buy a robot to vacuum your floors for $200 (after clipping the $30 coupon), how would you feel if I told you this one mopped too?
The ECOVACS DEEBOT M80 Pro has all the accoutrements you’d expect from a mid-tier robotic vacuum, including a motorized brush roll, scheduling, and even Wi-Fi, plus one you wouldn’t: an optional mopping system. If you want to clean your hard floors, just clip on the mopping pad (it’s sort of like a Swiffer), add some water and/or cleaning solution to the reservoir, and go enjoy life while it does your chores for you.
It’s a scientifically proven fact that household objects made of brass are at least 50% classier than those not made from brass. This milled pen from Gear Grit is made of 100% brass (including the screw-on lid), and is only $12 for our readers today with promo code GearGrit50kD.
Despite the proliferation of affordable smart outlet switches over the past couple of years, we haven’t seen many weatherproof options yet, and we’ve seen even fewer models with multiple outlets that can be controlled separately. This $26 option from iClever though has both of those features, and can be controlled with your phone, your voice assistant, or even IFTTT. Just be sure to use promo code WIFIPLUG6 at checkout to save a few bucks.
Here’s a stupid little thing that’ll make your life just a little bit easier. Joseph Joseph’s Double Dish is a clever little invention for eating edamame, olives, pistachios, or any other finger foods that leave behind scraps, and it’s just $15 on Amazon right now.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, you just fill the top bowl with the food of your choice, and drop the remains through one of three chutes into the bottom bowl. At the end of the day, it’s still two dishes to clean up, but it takes up less space on your table, it looks cool, and most importantly, you don’t have to stare at those disgusting olive pits during your meal. Today’s price is the best we’ve seen in more than 6 months, so get cracking.
At $11, this 35-count Frito-Lay snack variety pack is already down to its lowest price ever on Amazon. But a clippable 10% coupon makes it even cheaper still. When you combine it with Amazon’s Subscribe & Save discount, that comes out to under $.28 per bag. Now if only they were all Cheetos.
The Instant Pot Ultra features a completely revamped, dial-based UI that makes fine-tuned adjustments faster and easier than the older models. A new processor allows it to compensate for altitude and carry out completely custom programs, and it also has a few modes you won’t find on the standard Instant Pots, like cake, eggs, and sterilize. For a limited time (probably very limited), the 6 qt. version is on sale for $40 off, bringing it to within $10 of the price of the regular model.
We saw a similar deal on the 3 qt. model yesterday, and it was gone within hours.
If you’re worried that you won’t get a ton of use out of this thing, note that in addition to speedy pressure cooking, this is also our readers’ favorite slow cooker, and one of their favorite rice cookers too. Basically, it’s one of the most versatile kitchen gadgets you can own.
Is it cliché? Sure, a little. But what mom wouldn’t want to get a bunch of fancy chocolate-covered berries for Mother’s Day?
From now until the big day, you can save 25% off any $39+ order from Shari’s Berries when you use our special link. The discount will work sitewide, but you’ll find their mother’s day selection here, which is a good place to start.
Arrangements that start over $39 will show the discount by default, but you can add on cards, ribbons, or a box of cake balls to some of the cheaper options to get over the discount threshold.
You don’t need a yard, or even any gardening skills to grow your own food at home; you just need one of these Click and Grow countertop gardens. Both the Smart Garden 3 and the Smart Garden 9 are 25% off for Mother’s Day.
To start growing, you simply pop in the seed pods, pour in some water, plug into a power outlet, and the machine does the rest - even alerting you when it needs more water. As you may have guessed, the Smart Garden 3 has accommodations for three plants and the Smart Garden 9 has nine slots, both include enough seed pods to get you started with a full garden. These also make great gifts.
This microfiber towel is considered by many detailing aficionados to be the best for drying off your car after you wash it. In fact, I can personally confirm that it’s less a towel and more a towel-shaped sponge. It’s also down to one of the lowest prices Amazon’s ever listed.
Mother’s Day is less than two weeks away, and if you haven’t already ordered flowers, you can save 25% on any $39+ order from ProFlowers today by using our exclusive link.
This deal should work sitewide, but you can find the most popular Mother’s Day bouquets here. Any bouquets that starts at over $39 shows the discounted price by default, but you can also pick a cheaper option and add a premium vase to get over the $39 threshold, but you won’t see the discounted price until you get to checkout.
ThinkGeek is cashing in on the Star Wars frenzy. They’re taking up to 80% off four pages worth of merchandise. Everything from t-shirts and socks to animatronic Porgs. There’s even a freakin’ R2-D2 french press.
What better way to enjoy the better weather than an extra 20% off at the Under Armour Outlet. Use the code UASPRING20 and pick up workout shirts, shorts, leggings, and more while the brand marks down spring workout gear to get you ready to actually be outside (weather-permitting).
If you’re trying to keep tabs on your health this summer, add this Bluetooth smart scale to your bathroom for $30 with code dealym13. More than just displaying your weight, this device will automatically sync your BMI, body fat percentage, bone mass, hydration levels, muscle mass, and more into the app, allowing you to view graphs of your progress. The promo code will take off $10, so you can use the money you save to buy a kale smoothie or something.
I’m not the biggest fan of mud and clay masks but the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay mask has survived the testament of beauty time. With a 4.4 star rating with over 17,000 (yes, thousand) reviews, it’s safe to say this shit works. And, for $11 you get a giant, 2lb tub of the stuff that’ll last you until you’re as dried up and powdery as the mask itself.
With exclusive shows like Westworld and access tons of movies, including several recent hits, $15 per month is honestly not a lot to ask for HBO, which is what you normally pay when subscribing to HBO Now. But for a limited time, you can add the same library of HBO content to your Hulu membership for just $5 per month for the first six months.
Note: To find the deal, just click the Add-Ons button on the top of the page once you sign into your account.
To get the deal, you’ll need to be a paid Hulu subscriber (plans start at just $8 per month), and it’s not valid for anyone that added HBO to their membership in the past. It’ll also automatically renew at the standard $15 rate after six months, so keep that in mind. But otherwise, there really aren’t a ton of strings attached here: six months of HBO for $30 is a crazy-good deal.
It’s not wise to upset a Wookiee, but you can probably play with on pretty easily. In honor of May the Fourth, and the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story release, Chewbacca, the most famous Wookiee of all time (besides Lumpy) has been memorialized in a Walk N’ Roar 12" plush doll that’ll kind of... shuffle along while roaring.
At its original $180, Sphero’s R2-D2 droid was something for Star Wars fans to drool over, but probably not buy. But at $65 refurbished? It’s the droid you’re looking for.
You can make R2 run around your desk with a virtual joystick on a phone app, but more importantly, you can make him emote. Even its included charging cable matches the copper color of the power couplings on his feet. Just note that this deal is only available today, so May the Fourth be with you.
If you’ve looked anywhere on the internet today, you’d know it’s May the Fourth, aka Star Wars Day. Tons of brands and retailers are getting in on the galaxy far far away fun, and eBay is no different. They have a bunch of Star Wars toys and apparel like Funko Pop! figures, the original bad ass LEGO Millennium Falcon, a BB-8 Pendleton blanket, and more discounted for the ultimate fan haul.
Just don’t forget to use the code PMAY4TH at checkout to save an extra 15%.
Update: Back in stock!
LEGO’s 7500+ piece Millennium Falcon set will give you at least a long weekend’s worth of enjoyment while you build it, plus a lifetime as the best hunk of junk on your memorabilia shelf (it’s a deep shelf, right?).
If you liked F-Zero, you’ll probably like Redout, and you’ll especially like it with today’s deal on Amazon. They have it for just $12 on PS4, less than half its usual price, and an all-time low.
- 15% off Sitewide | eBay | Promo code PMAY4TH. Maximum $100 discount, $50 minimum order.
- iClever Universal Travel Adapter With USB | $10 | Use code ABCDE555
- RAVPower 2-in-1 Wall Charger and Power Bank | $19 | Amazon | Promo code KINJA066
- Plantronics Backbeat Sense SE Wireless Headphones | $48 | Daily Steals | Promo code KINJASE
- Oontz Angle 3XL Ultra | $90 | Amazon
- OontZ Angle 3 ULTRA, IPX-6 Splashproof Black | $30 | Amazon
- Insignia 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System (3-Piece) | $30 | Best Buy
- Nebula Capsule Smart Mini Projector | $278 | Amazon | Use Code 4CAPSULE
- LG 49-Inch - LED - UJ6300 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR | $400 | Best Buy
- LG 43-Inch LED - UJ6300 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR | $320 | Best Buy
- ASUS Gaming Laptop, 17.3” Full HD Wideview Display, Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti 4GB, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, Backlit Keyboard, USB 3.1 Type C, Windows 10 | $799 | Amazon
- Logitech MX Master Bluetooth Laser Mouse | $60 | eBay
- LAPUTA Steamer | $13 | Amazon | Clip on-page coupon
- Shop Succulents Rosette Succulent | $27 | Amazon
- LG 8,000 BTU Air Conditioner | $199 | Amazon
- Preorder Sparkr Flip/Sparkr Wick | $25 | Kickstarter
- Oak Leaf Essential Oil Diffuser | $12 | Amazon | Use code Q8WMVZ3K
- 3-Pack OxyLED Puck Lights | $15 | Amazon | Promo code ZRSOZAX4
- Rubbermaid HomeFree Series 6-ft to 10-ft White Adjustable Mount Wire Shelving Kit | $129 | Lowes
- Zebra M/F 701 Stainless Steel Mechanical Pencil and Ballpoint Pen | $ | Walmart
- Up to 30% off Select ATMOR Water Heaters | Home Depot
- Crenova 100ft Expandable Hose | $34 | Amazon | Use Code UNP7VE3W
- Tile Sport | $25 | Amazon
- Tile Sport, 2 pack | $42 | Amazon
- WeMo Bridge for Apple HomeKit | $30 | Amazon
- Philips Hue White A19 LED Starter Kit | $80 | Best Buy
- 3-Pack OxyLED Puck Lights | $15 | Amazon | Promo code ZRSOZAX4
- KitchenAid 3.5 Cup Mini Food Processor | $21 | Amazon | After $9 off coupon
- Breville Nespresso Creatista Plus | $360 | Amazon
- ROLO Chocolate Caramel Candy | $16 | Amazon | After 20% off coupon
- Butternut Mountain Farm, 100% Pure Maple Syrup From Vermont, Grade A, Amber, 32 Fl Oz | $13 | Amazon
- X-Chef Heat Resistant Silicone Gloves | $9 | Amazon | Use Code NMYBSTSE
- Single Serve Coffee Maker, Aicook Coffee Machine for Most Single Cup Pods | $29 | Amazon | Use Code OCXWEDF5
- KOBRA Products Wireless OBD2 Car Code Reader Scan Tool (2-Pack) | $25 | Amazon
- Craftsman Home Series 6-Drawer Tool Center + $50 Back in POints | $105 | Sears
- Herschel Supply Co. Novel Duffel - Raven Crosshatch | $59 | Amazon
- iClever Universal Travel Adapter With USB | $10 | Use code ABCDE555
- Everest Deluxe Wheeled Backpack | $30 | Amazon
- Gonex 35L Lightweight Packable Backpack | $13 | Amazon | Use Code XCU8EC5U
- Oak Leaf Mini Umbrella | $10 | Amazon | Use Code M7EDJEY2
- Extra 20% off | Under Armour Outlet | Use code UASPRING20
- Mountain Hardwear Metro Sky Rain Parka - Women’s | $90 | REI
- Hanes 5 Pack Men’s Underwear TAGLESS Boxer Briefs with Comfort Flex Waistband | $13 | eBay
- Ozark Trail 9-Person Sphere Tent with Rope Light | $76 | Walmart
- Bushnell TRKR 1000 Lumen Lantern | $40 | Walmart
- Texsport Heavy Duty Barbecue Swivel Grill for Outdoor BBQ over Open Fire | $33 | Amazon
- Camco Handy Picnic Mat with Strap (Green/Turquoise - 60" x 78") (42806) | $8 | Amazon
- Yunmai Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Scale | $30 | Amazon | Use code dealym13
- Wilson Killer Crossover Basketball | $10 | Amazon
- Foam Roller - Muscle Roller for Physical Therapy & Massage Roller by PharMeDoc | $13 | eBay
- Garmin vívofit jr 2 Activity Tracker for Kids | $60 | Best Buy
- The Sorcerer’s Apprentice | $7 | Walmart
- Dead Poets Society | $7 | Walmart
- Scanners [Criterion] | $18 | Amazon
- The Collapsing Empire (The Interdependency) [Kindle] | $3 | Amazon
- A Fire Upon The Deep (Zones of Thought series Book 1) [Kindle] | $3 | Amazon
- The Lost Fleet: Dauntless [Audible] | $4 | Amazon