A Gold Box full of Speedos and Allen Sports bike racks, a $40 dash cam, touch-free garbage can, and more lead Sunday’s best deals.

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If bike stacking were an Olympic sport, these car racks would be the steroids. Made to fit practically any size car, from hatchback to an SUV. Today, Amazon has deals on all models, plus some extra biking accessories.

Seems today’s Gold Box deals are all about getting active (as I sit here writing this on my couch). Grab a Speedo-brand swimsuit or rash guard for anyone in the family, from men’s board shorts to women’s one-pieces to kids rash guards for as low as $10.

Touch-free garbage cans are like gifts from the cleanliness gods. This stainless steel model is 13 gallons and will alleviate all that footwork you have to do when trying to throw away leftovers. And, it’s only $35.

An affordable LED HDTV? Yeah, it’s possible. This Toshiba LED TV may not be 4K but it’s Full HD 1080p resolution will make it hard not to brag to people that you only spent $300 on it.

If you’ve ever watched those insane YouTube videos of people capturing once in a lifetime moment on their dash cams and been really, really jealous, now’s your chance. Best Buy has a Uniden Dash Cam (with suction bracket) for under $40. You’ll make that money back in all those YouTube ads, I promise.

The Klymit Gold Box is full of really fantastic sleeping pads. I have the Static V (which is the most commonly used one) and for $35, I’m kind of pissed I can’t return mine and grab it from Amazon. All the Klymit pads are lightweight, inflate incredibly easy, and with all these options for a fraction of what you’d pay elsewhere, you can find one that fits the way you sleep best.

Every modem rental fee you pay to your ISP is padding for their bottom line, and a total rip-off for you. Fortunately, you can buy your own modem for a relatively small upfront cost, and knock a few bucks off your monthly bill.

There used to be a general consensus that Motorola’s SB6141 was the best modem for most cable internet subscribers, but the newer SB6183 is supports double the maximum download speeds (686mbps), which is important for future-proofing purposes, if nothing else. eBay will sell you one today for just $80, so get on that.

When it comes to having a corner on the market, nothing really compares to Nike. Use the code ZOOM25 to score an extra 25% off already reduced men’s and women’s clearance items and hop on that sportswear bandwagon.

Ain’t no party like a George Foreman party, ‘cause a George Foreman party got meat. And space-saving ideas. And fat-burning. All the things Summer is really about, right? Well, when you spend $50 on any George Foreman grill or accessory on Amazon, you’ll get $10 back. Stay grilling, my friends. Wait...wrong guy.


Obviously you’ve all been well aware of the Steam Summer Sale going on at the moment so I don’t need to explain this whole thing, but what you may not have been paying attention to are the price matches going on. Amazon has the Steam Link and Steam Controller both priced at $35, and they’re Prime eligible.

If you find yourself in need of a lot of extra storage, you can get a 5TB external for just $110 today from Newegg’s eBay storefront. What a world.

Update: The Majora’s Mask Link figure is also on sale for $28, and comes with two Tatl poses and Link wearing Majora’s Mask. So, yeah it’s pretty awesome.

This awesome Wind Waker Link action figure comes with a variety of weapons, tools, poses, and even expressions. It’s kind of like the Swift Sail in Wind Waker HD: You don’t need it, but it’ll improve your life immeasurably.

The PowerCore 13000 is now on sale for an all-time low $21. It doesn’t have Quick Charge, but it’s higher capacity than the 10000, and includes two USB ports instead of one.

2-Pack Mpow Lightning Cables, $8 with code DX6FXOLV

These Lightning cables aren’t extra long, and they aren’t wrapped in kevlar, but they’re fine! And incredibly affordable. If you could use a few spares, this is a no-brainer price for a two-pack.

Granted, only one of the two ports here includes Quick Charge 2.0, but still, this is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a QC 2.0 car charger with multiple ports. I’m sure your slower-charging passenger will understand.

Bonus: You even get a microUSB cable!

Whether you’re counting calories, baking, measuring espresso shots, or weighing small packages, a kitchen scale is a always a great tool to have on hand. We’ve found deals on two different models today: A $15 option (with code IVWGRSIK) with a removable stainless steel bowl and a digital cooking timer, and another barebones model for just $10 (with code NVU8KPUX).

Ready to make the leap to five channel surround sound, say, with this $100 Monoprice speaker set? BuyDig’s eBay storefront will sell you a 5.2 channel 4K AV receiver for $150 today, which is about $50 less than elsewhere. I’m sure many agrieved commenters will tell me that 7.1 is the only “true” surround sound, but if you’re on a budget, and aren’t a serious audiophile, this should be a serious upgrade over standard stereo speakers.

Anker’s newest charging hub is ostensibly designed as a superior replacement for your USB-C MacBook charger—it’s the first third party charging hub that can feed a full 29W to the laptop, just like its included power brick—but it’s a great accessory if you own any USB-C-powered devices. Today’s $37 deal is an all-time low, down from its usual $44.

Even if you’re not feeling the hippy-dippy, free spirit vibe that Free People is known for, you can find some pretty righteous (yeah, I went there) pieces. With an extra 25% off on all sale items, you’ve got to feel the love on something, right?

Refurb Fitbit Aria, $50

Today you can grab a Fitbit Aria smart scale on Newegg for an all-time low $50, as long as you don’t mind a refurb. It only really makes sense to buy this scale if you own (and regularly use) a Fitbit, but if you do, the Aria sync your weight, BMI, and body fat % to the Fitbit app to track your goals and progress over time.

It’s not always that you find a sale so comprehensive, it takes multiple tabs in your browser just to make sure you’ve covered it all. The Limited is having one of those sales. Get 50% off New Arrivals, 60% off select styles, and an extra 50% off sale items. Have fun trying to keep your browser organized.

Amazon’s Prime Pantry program is great for stocking up on household goods and non-perishable foods without actually having to visit a store, but the $5.99 per box shipping charge has always been a drag. This month though, if you buy five select items, you can get that fee waived.

Bonus: If you already have a no-rush free shipping credit in your account, this deal actually appears to stack, netting you an extra $6 discount.


They ran a similar promotion the last few months with different eligible items. Just add five of them to your box (plus anything else that will fit), and use code PANTRYJUN at checkout to get free shipping.

Need a little push to get off the couch? The Fitbit Charge HR is your favorite wearable fitness tracker, and you can get one for just $100 today, which is a match for the best deal we’ve seen.

Assuming you have (or don’t mind buying) a receiver, and aren’t bothered by the thought of running wires, this $100 speaker set from Monoprice is one of the most tempting home theater audio deals we’ve ever seen.


While it isn’t as turnkey as a VIZIO 5.1 sound bar system, it should sound really good, and will give you much better separation on the front channels. Unfortunately, today’s $100 deal isn’t eligible for Monoprice’s current $20 off $100/$10 off $50 promotions, but it’s tough to complain at this price.






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