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The Best Deals for February 24, 2015

Sleep well knowing you saw all of the day's best deals.

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Today only, Amazon's taking 15% off several of the top-selling Kindle Fire tablets, starting at just $84.

Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition ($126) | Amazon

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Kindle Fire HD 6 ($84) | Amazon

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Kindle Fire HD 7 ($118) | Amazon

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Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 ($364) | Amazon

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You (hopefully) spend eight hours per day in bed, so if you aren't totally satisfied with your current pillow situation, it's worth spending a few bucks to upgrade.

Today only, Amazon has a set of two highly-rated down-alternative pillows for $30-$40, depending on size. That's an all-time low no matter which size you pick. They're hypoallergenic, easily-washable, and even come with a two year warranty. Obviously, pillow comfort is subjective, and not everyone will love these, but nearly every unsatisfied review on Amazon has a personal reply from the seller helping them with the return process and offering a 100% money-back guarantee. [Set of 2 Down Alternative Hypoallergenic Pillow, $30-$40]

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Have an iOS device? Here's your no-brainer deal of the day.


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This charger plugs straight into the wall like the one that came with your phone (no extra cords!), but it has 4 USB ports. It's perfect for travel, and available in multiple colors. [Lumsing 21W 4-Port 5V 4.2A USB Wall Charger, $11 with code SF4PWC88]

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Admittedly, there's not a lot we know about this 4K TV. Newegg is the only major retailer that seems to carry it, and it doesn't have many reviews there, but they're selling it through their eBay storefront for $400 less than they do on their site. [Changhong 55" Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV, $600]

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$25 is a solid price for a water-resistant Bluetooth speaker, but it's even better when you get a free dual-port car charger. [Lumsing Portable Waterproof Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker + FREE Dual-Port Car Charger, $25. Add both to cart and use code SAL4LOVE]

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$15 is a small price to pay for keeping your $1,000 laptop safe. [Kensington Clicksafe Combination Laptop Lock, $15]


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If yesterday's Eneloop deal on the Super Power Pack was at one end of the spectrum, today's is at the other. This 4-pack of AAs doesn't come with a charger, but it's the lowest price Amazon's ever offered and a great opportunity to expand your collection. I'm in for a set. [ 4-Pack Eneloop AA Rechargeable Batteries, $12]

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I'd probably recommend a larger storage capacity, but this is still one of the best cash discounts we've seen on the iPad Air 2. No tax for most. [Apple iPad Air 2 16GB, $400]


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You can never have too many spare flash drives.

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If you enjoy cooking even a little bit, you probably want a KitchenAid. In honor of the Parks & Rec finale, I say "treat yo self." [Refurb KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, $190]


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These Bluetooth speakers will definitely appeal to a certain kind of consumer (Tron fans, mostly), but for $10, who can complain? Also available in green. [GOgroove BlueSYNC EDG Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, $10]


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I'm not sure how many people are still playing Titanfall, but for $6, it's definitely worth checking out. [Titanfall (Origin), $6]


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Starting today, Vita owners can save on nearly 40 digital games during Sony's Vita Birthday Sale. Check out the full list here.

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These watches sure look better than the new Pebble, don't they? [Select Stuhrling Watches, $55, today only]


Wolfenstein was one of 2014's best gaming surprises, and you can get it for $20-$30 today, depending on your platform. [Wolfenstein: The New Order, $20-$30]

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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is somewhat wasted on the Wii U's gamepad, but is still a worthy purchase for any Wii U owner. It only just came out, but you can already save a few bucks. [Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, $36 with promo code EMCANNR22]


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If you still listen to music, or any sounds really, through your computer's built-in speakers, it's time for an intervention. The Logitech Z623 speaker set was one of Lifehacker readers' five favorite computer audio systems, and it's within $10 of its all-time low price today on TigerDirect. [Logitech Z623 Speaker System, $100 with code CRF153655]

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Samsung's 850 EVO is the follow-up to your previous favorite SSD, and the massive 1TB model is down to $380 today, an all-time low. If you're on the fence about getting one, check out Lifehacker's SSD explainer from last year to understand all of the benefits. [Samsung 850 EVO 1TB, $380]

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