Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale. Click here for more.

The 10 Best Deals of September 9, 2019

Best Deals of the DayBest Deals of the DayThe best deals from around the web, updated daily.

We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.

Head over to our main post for more deals, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook to never miss a chance to save. You can also join our Kinja Deals Community Facebook group to connect with your fellow deal hunters.

Advertisement

#1: TV

Refurb TCL 55" 55R615 4K TV | $350 | Walmart
Graphic: Shep McAllister
Advertisement

Didn’t find the right TV for you over Deals Week? This 55" 4K TCL is an absolute steal at $350 from Walmart today, even if it is refurbished and last year’s model. That gets you full-array local dimming, smart apps, and even Dolby Vision HDR support, which is absolutely bonkers in a set this cheap.

This set is refurbished, but it’s also $180 less than buying it new.

Advertisement

#2: ANKER SOUNDBAR

Anker SoundCore Infini Pro Atmos Sound Bar | $180 | Amazon | Clip the $10 coupon
Photo: Amazon
Advertisement

Anker’s Soundcore Infini Pro is the company’s first high-end, Atmos-enabled TV sound bar. And while its Atmos support is middling, we still think it’s a pretty great sound bar for the price.

It’s not the only Atmos sound bar out there like this—LG and Sony have similar offerings—and use various virtualization techniques (with official blessing from Dolby) to virtualize the Atmos experience, at least to an extent. I watched part of The Martian via my Apple TV with Atmos turned on, and it sounded excellent, but not noticeably different or more immersive than the sound bar’s usual faux-surround sound mode (more on that in a bit).

So if it’s not the most impressive Atmos sound bar, what is the Infini Pro? It’s a really great-sounding, really easy-to-set-up 2.1 channel sound bar with remarkably good bass for a bar without a separate subwoofer. It’s not going to overwhelm you with sound tuning options (the only thing you can adjust is the bass level), but you can pick from four different EQ options tuned for movies, music, voice, or a type of simulated surround sound that, to my ears, was reminiscent of Yamaha’s DTS:Virtual X sound bar. That is to say, I wouldn’t mistake it for the “real” surround sound from my typical Vizio setup, but it’s awfully convincing without the need to set up satellite speakers, or even a subwoofer.

Advertisement

We haven’t seen it drop from its original $250 price since it came out back in June, but today on Amazon, it’s marked down to $190, with an extra $10 coupon to bring it down to $180.

Advertisement

#3: FINAL FANTASY

Final Fantasy X|X2 HD Remaster (Switch) | $35 | Best Buy and Amazon
Graphic: Tercius Bufete
Advertisement

Final Fantasy X|X2 HD Remaster on the Nintendo Switch is down to $35 today. This is one of the rare discounts we’ve seen on this particular title and an all-time low. You’ll get about 100 hours of RPG action with this bundle, and that’s pretty amazing for the price. Plus, those hundred hours are pretty sweet.

Advertisement
Advertisement

#4: ADIDAS

Anniversary Sale | Adidas
Graphic: Chelsea Stone
Advertisement

Adidas has been around for a whopping 70 years, and in celebration of this major milestone, the beloved brand is marking down over 200 items by up to 70%. Race over to their site for big discounts on sneakers, apparel, and gear for men and women. Just keep in mind: This Anniversary Sale will only last through tomorrow, and you won’t want to wait another year (or decade!) to score similar savings.

#5: STAND MIXER

KitchenAid Classic Plus 4.5-Qt. Tilt-Head Stand Mixer | $199 | Amazon
Graphic: Ana Luisa Suarez
Advertisement

Does anyone need six pounds of mashed potatoes on any other day besides Thanksgiving and Christmas? Probably not, but it is always good to know you can make that much in a KitchenAid. Right now, the KitchenAid Classic Plus 4.5-Qt. Tilt-Head Stand Mixer is about $60 off on Amazon.

This model can help you made a ton of food, ranging from six dozen cookies, three loaves of bread, six pounds of mashed potatoes, dough for a couple dozen pierogies, and more. It is a 10-speed mixer, so you hopefully won’t get covered in flour when you turn it on.

Advertisement

#6: ARCADE

Advertisement

No proper man cave is complete without this Arcade1Up Street Fighter Classic 3-in-1 Home Arcade, and at $188 it’s a steal.

Let me be clear: if you have the dough and the space, it’s not the worst way to drop $188. You’ll be able to play Street Fighter ll Champion Edition, Street Fighter ll The New Challengers, and Street Fighter ll Turbo.

Advertisement

If you’re thinking about buying a retro console, make it this one. Just remember, this is a Gold Box deal, so this price will only be available until the end of the day or sold out.

Advertisement

#7: CONVERSE

Up to 55% Off Women’s, Men’s, and Kids’ Converse | Nordstrom Rack
Graphic: Chelsea Stone
Advertisement

Up to 55% Off Women’s, Men’s, and Kids’ Converse | Nordstrom Rack

The family that Converses together, stays together. Now put those close ties on display with Nordstrom Rack’s deals on Converse sneakers for men, women, and kids. There are so many styles up for grabs, you’re sure to find one to suit each individuals’ personality, or dare we say, go for a coordinated matching look? Really, there’s no wrong way to wear this classic shoe.

Advertisement

#8: ANKER Q20 HEADPHONES

Advertisement

Anker’s recently launched Soundcore Life Q20 headphones boast Hi-Res Audio certification, four noise cancelation microphones, Bluetooth 5.0, and excellent battery life. In our humble opinion, they’re the best headphones $60 will buy you, but for a limited time, you can get them even cheaper.

Advertisement

This week on Amazon, Q20s are marked down to $50, no promo code required. If you ever fly, take public transit, or just work in an office that’s a little too noisy, noise canceling headphones are a life changing purchase. These might not sound quite as good or block as much noise as $300 options from Sony or Bose, but they perform better than any other sub-$100 ANC headphones we’ve tried.

Advertisement

#9: D&D SCREEN

Dungeon Master’s Screen Reincarnated | $9 | Amazon
Photo: Eric Ravenscraft
Advertisement

So, you want to be a dungeon master? Well let me tell you, friend, it takes guts, it takes creativity, it takes patience. But most of all, it takes a DM screen.

D&D’s Dungeon Master’s Screen Reincarnated is the gold standard for screens. Here’s what our Eric Ravenscraft had to say about it on The Inventory:

As DM, you’ll have a lot of information you want to hide from players until the time is right. Whether it’s sheets with plot information, or just dice rolls that you can’t reveal yet, you’ll need a way to hide that information. The simplest way to do so is with a DM Screen. These large screens give you plenty of private space at the table. The outside has intricate decorations to help set the mood for your players, but inside there are shorthand tables and reference sheets for common calculations you’ll have to do as DM.

Advertisement

It normally costs about $12, but today on Amazon, you can grab it for $9, within a few cents of an all-time low.

Advertisement

#10: FANATICS

Gear Sale | Fanatics | Promo code PLAY
Graphic: Chelsea Stone
Advertisement

If you’re not wearing an item of clothing that’s branded with your favorite team’s name or logo, are you even a fan? Show your team spirit with this Fanatics sale, happening today and tomorrow only. While the site says items are up to 65% off, it seems like most discounts are hovering at around 20% off—still a good deal, but not an earth-shattering one. Also, this deal doesn’t apply to everything on site; the best way to see what’s eligible is to add something to your cart, enter in promo code PLAY, then return to the store, where every on-sale item will show the discounted price. So load up on everything you need for football season, or these fun Copa hats, just because.

Share This Story

About the author

Tercius

Commerce Editor at The Inventory.