We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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We occasionally see deals on individual Sonos refurbished products, but we’ve never seen a refurb sale like this.
Note: If one color is showing up as out of stock, try the other.
The $119 Play:1 is the refurb deal we’re most used to seeing (though it’s been quite some time), but the others are extremely rare. Savings compared to buying them new range from $30 to $150, and you get the same one year warranty, free shipping, and free returns that you’d get with brand new speakers. So whether you’re starting your Sonos setup, or adding to the family, you’ll want to grab these before they’re gone.
J.Crew Factory is already marked down significantly compared to its regular J.Crew counterpart, but now, the Factory is taking its discounts to a whole new level. Men’s and women’s styles on the site are 50% to 70% off, kids’ styles are 50% off, and clearance items are on sale as well. To get 50% off clearance, you can use the promo code SPARKLE. The whole factory is currently stacked with summertime staples in that classic J.Crew aesthetic, so shop and save on those in-season styles now.
I don’t need to tell you that most technological advancements of the last few years have destabilized democracy, led to tremendous human suffering, and is possibly making us grow horns.
512GB microSD card for $74? I’m not saying that makes up for all the other stuff, but it helps.
If you’re still using those lame pans you got from Target during college, maybe it’s time you upgrade. Today’s Gold Box is dropping the price on a Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless Steel 6-Piece Cookware Set.
We’ve written about these almost-All Clad pans before. Shep says, these pans are “built with a tri-ply steel-aluminum-steel construction, which ensures durability, a non-reactive cooking surface, and fast, even heating.”
This normally $200 set includes 3qt. sauce pan with a lid, 6qt. stock pot with a cover, and a 9” and a 11" skillet. These prices are only available today though, so don’t let these deals simmer for too long.
(For what it’s worth, you can get the 8-piece set for just $20 more. I’d get that instead, tbh.)
Final Fantasy VII Remake is finally out next March (along with, uh, just about every other video game?), and Amazon’s currently offering a $24 discount when you preorder the Deluxe Edition, or an $18 discount for the standard.
That includes the game, a steelcase, an art book, a sound track, and some exclusive DLC. With the discount, your price only comes out to $14 more than the standard edition, so if you were going to pick up the game anyway, this is worth considering. Kotaku got a hands on with the game (and details about its new combat system) at E3 this week if you’re on the fence.
If you somehow don’t already own all the smart speakers you could possibly need, both the Echo and Echo Dot are on sale for the best prices ever as part of Amazon’s lead-up to Prime Day.
The larger Echo is priced at $70 (within $5 of the best price ever), or $60 each if you add two of them to your cart. The smaller Dot is down to $25, within a dollar of the best deal we’ve ever seen. But don’t forget that you can get one for just $.99 with the purchase of an annual Audible subscription for $120 (down from $150).
Looking to get some trendy mid-century modern look without spending a fortune? Amazon’s got you covered with a bunch of Prime-only deals from its trendy Rivet brand of furniture, as part of the company’s lead-up to Prime Day.
Over 80 products are included in this sale, ranging from planters and lamps all the way to dining tables and full-sized leather sofas. Just remember that all of the deals are exclusively available to Prime members, and that they all ship for free.
You might remember hearing about Tide’s Eco-Box a few months ago. Rather than a plastic bottle of detergent that’s put inside a box and shipped to your house, it actually is the box. Compared to a traditional detergent bottle, it’s made with 60% less plastic and 30% less water, and honestly, it seems like an unambiguous step forward in eco-friendly packaging, one that we’ll probably be seeing more of in the future.
If you’re curious to check it out yourself, Amazon’s offering a 20% coupon, bringing the 96 load container down to $15 when you combine the deal with Subscribe & Save. Just remember to cancel after your first delivery if you don’t want to keep receiving it.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a deceptively expensive game, since you’ll have to budget for some CBD gummies to keep yourself calm, or failing that, for a new TV after you throw your controller through your current one. That being said, the game by itself is down to $33 on PS4 and Xbox One today, an all-time low.
From Kotaku’s review:
The player quickly becomes the butt of that joke, as Sekiro is punishingly difficult. (This should be shocking to roughly no one, given that it’s made by From Software, developer of the infamously challenging Souls games and Bloodborne.) The combat requires real attention to detail and a willingness to drill down on a few sets of possible reactions. Boss and mid-boss battles are a furious interplay of choreographed patterns mixed with improvisation. First you learn an enemy’s moves; then, maybe five or 10 deaths later, the real battle begins. Learning the early boss Lady Butterfly’s attack patterns is that much more satisfying because the presentation is excellent. She moves like a dancer, and her attack animations tell a story.
I found myself deeply immersed in the way these battles worked, obsessing over each animation, every cue, every possible breakaway combination that could happen as a result of my own reactions. Combat in Sekiro is like a dance, but it’s also like a series of the fastest-ever choose-your-own-adventure branches: Parrying this leads to a thrust. Not blocking leads to a sweep. With the addition of shinobi prosthetics and skills, all of which can be upgraded via skill trees, the options open up immensely. As stubborn as Sekiro is in forcing players to learn how each enemy telegraphs its moves, there are still lots of ways to approach each encounter.
Anker’s Roav brand, the manufacturer of an incredibly popular dash cam, also makes some seriously smart car chargers. This one’s only $12 today if you stack the promo code ROAVFB44 with the on-page coupon.
The SmartCharge F0 is an FM transmitter that takes the Bluetooth signal from your phone, and rebroadcasts it the FM radio station of your choice, giving you truly wireless audio and handsfree calls in older vehicles that don’t have Bluetooth or even an AUX jack built in. And since this is an Anker brand, you also get two high speed USB charging ports.