We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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Compared to the 2380, the new one is slightly faster (36 ppm vs. 32), uses less electricity, and has NFC for direct printing from compatible Android phones. All the basics that have made Brother printers a hit are still there too, including duplex printing, AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support, relatively inexpensive and long lasting toner, and a complete lack of the carriage jams and destroyed paper you’ve come to expect from inkjet printers.
If you aren’t satisfied with your current printer (which is a pretty safe bet if it’s not a Brother), this is a great buy at $100.
I realize that you’re not used to paying $99 for a board game, but you should make an exception for Gloomhaven. It’s Board Game Geek’s #1 board game ever, and is “astoundingly good” according to Ars Technica. Hell, it weighs 20 pounds! It was also a finalist in our recent board game Co-Op on The Inventory. If you love board games, this should be on your bucket list.
The thing is though, even when retailers have it in stock (and Amazon has not for the last few weeks), it frequently costs $140+, and we’ve only seen it drop down to $100 a couple of times before (and briefly, at that), so Massdrop’s $90 deal is worth taking advantage of.
The game includes permanent stickers that transform the board as you play, but you can grab this removable, vinyl sticker pack instead, if you want to replay.
LG’s OLED TVs have achieved something of a cult status thanks to their inky dark black levels and vibrant colors, and today, we’ve got the best price we’ve ever seen on the 2018 55" and 65" models.
The picture quality on these B8 sets should be nearly identical to the 2017 models (which is a good thing!), but the 2018 versions include LG’s ThinQ voice assistant and support for HFR (high frame rate video) up to 120 FPS. HFR content doesn’t really exist yet, but a few movies are expected to come to streaming services starting later this year, so if you’re planning on using the TV for several years, it might be worth it for future-proofing purposes.
Going outside in winter is hard enough. Make it easier on yourself by stocking up on tons of apparel and gear from Eddie Bauer, where select items for men and women are 50% off right now. Not to mention, the site’s entire clearance section is an extra 50% off with promo code POWDER50. So load up on layers of clothes and go enjoy the final few weeks of winter sports and adventuring while you still can.
If you don’t have cable, but don’t want to miss out on March Madness on CBS, or other programming on Fox, ABC, NBC, PBS, and other over-the-air networks, you can watch them in HD with this $8 amplified antenna.
If you’ve tried an unamplified HDTV antenna (like the standard Mohu Leaf), but can’t quite pull in every channel you want, this leaf-style model includes an amp that should add a few miles of range. Promo code QYUXLW6S brings it down to just $8, which is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on an amplified antenna.
It already made sense to join REI’s Co-op membership program; for just $20, you’re a member for life, and have access to perks like a 10% back annual dividend, access to in-store REI Garage Sales, and special pricing on REI Outdoor School classes and REI Adventures trips. But now through March 21, it makes even more sense to join, because you can pretty much do it for free.
Make a purchase of at least $100 at REI during that time period, plus add the $20 membership to your cart, and use promo code JOINREI to snag the deal. You’ll then receive $20 toward your next purchase in the form of a member bonus card, which basically cancels out your membership sign-up fee. At that point, all that’s left to do is get outside and do something fun will all your new REI gear and status. Happy trails!
If you missed out on yesterday’s 4K monitor deal, this 32" LG is actually $10 cheaper today, and it’s even bigger. While it lacks HDR and an IPS panel like the Dell, it does have AMD FreeSync, which would make it ideal for gaming if you have a compatible GPU.
Fortnite works with Android gaming controllers now, and SteelSeries’ Stratus is one of your best options if you don’t have a spare Xbox One gamepad lying around. Just pair it to your phone or tablet, and never suffer through on-screen joysticks and buttons again. $30 is within about $1 of the best price ever, so pull the trigger before the price goes back up.
It’s back! One of Butcher Box’s most popular welcome offers is hitting the griddle once again, and new customers can get two pounds of free ground beef added to every box for the entire life of their subscription. That’s like eight free burgers every month, or a bunch of tacos, or a big bowl of spaghetti and meatballs. Just don’t forget the spicy ketchup.
Your bonus beef come bundled with any of Butcher Box’s pre-selected boxes, which are priced at $129 for 24 servings, or $238 for 48 servings, delivered every 30 or 60 days. For a nominal surcharge, you can also build a completely custom box, with your choices of proteins.
Note: You’ll have to enter your email at the beginning of the process. I know, it’s annoying.
March Madness is coming up soon, but really, there’s no such thing as a bad time to rep your school on your shirt. Right now at Fanatics, you can get two long-sleeved shirts (because it’s cold out) for $33 with promo code KINJANCAA, plus free shipping. These tees are $25 for one; you don’t have to be a math major to know that’s a good deal. So get your alma mater’s shirt in two different colors, or if your devotions are divided between multiple schools, get a shirt for each. Or, you could get the shirt of your school’s rival and do some weird voodoo-type stuff to it before the big game — I don’t know what you’re into, and I’m not here to judge.