Anker makes some of our readers’ favorite wireless headphones, and two different options on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
The star of the show is the Anker Zolo Liberty, the company’s first foray into the true wireless earbud market. I had a chance to test these out, and even as a happy owner of AirPods, I came away impressed. For $70, they’re an absolute steal.
If you don’t mind a wire running behind your head, the SoundCore Spirits look like a great option as well. IPX7 water resistance makes them ideal for exercise, and a 12 hour battery is basically unheard of for wireless headphones.
It was only a matter of time until Anker dove into the home security camera market, and you can save big on the impressive new Eufy EverCam by preordering through Kickstarter right now.
The EverCam is a truly wireless camera designed for outdoor use that can operate for up to a year on a charge thanks to its built-in Anker battery. Mind you, it won’t record 24/7 for a year, but rather uses motion detection and facial recognition to record only when it detects someone on your property that doesn’t belong.
Rather than streaming this footage to the cloud and charging you a monthly fee to access the recordings the EverCam, records to an included base station for free, which also has a built-in backup battery to operate for up to two days in a power outage. If you’d like to back up your recordings to the cloud, you can do that too for $3 per month, per camera.
The closest analog to the EverCam is NETGEAR’s Arlo system, but Arlo cameras only run for a few months on a charge, aren’t as water-resistant, don’t include human or facial recognition, and can’t record footage locally for free. It seems like an easy call.
By preordering through Kickstarter today, you can save $110 off the expected MSRP for one camera, or $160 off the 2-pack.
Mohu’s long made some of the most popular indoor HDTV antennas on the market, and their stylish new Blade is on sale for $18 off its usual price today, just in time for the World Cup, where 38 matches will be broadcast on Fox over the air.
Already marked down to $40 from its standard $50, promo code 20BLADESAVE will take an extra $8 off the Mohu Blade at checkout. The Blade is a shiny, monolithic slab that can stand up on a table, mount to the wall under your TV, or attach to the beams in your attic, if you really want to get it out of the way.
The Blade’s inline amplifier is powered by USB, but the USB and coax outputs merge where they attach to your TV, meaning you’ll basically only have to run one cable to the antenna itself. The Wave has a listed range of 40 miles, but that’ll vary significantly based on the topography and number of buildings in your area that can cause interference. Lifehacker has a great guide to help you find out if this is the sort of antenna for you.
While you won’t be able to enjoy Atmos immediately, if it’s something that interests you, you probably want to take advantage of this DirecTV Now promotion to get it for $105, or over $70 less than usual. The promo is currently scheduled to end on Friday, and while they’ve extended its availability in the past, there’s no guarantee that will continue.
Amazon’s newest gadget is the love child of a Fire TV and an Amazon Echo, and Prime members can save $30 by preordering it today or tomorrow.
Inside, the Fire TV Cube is basically an Amazon Fire TV, and that’s a good thing! Like the Fire TV, it includes support for 4K, HDR (though not Dolby Vision like the Apple TV), Dolby Atmos, and of course, a whole host of streaming apps.
But on the outside, the Cube includes an array of microphones and a built-in speaker like an Echo Dot, allowing you to use it from across the room for typical Alexa things. And when your TV is turned on, you can use your voice to change the volume, bring up your favorite TV show, or search for movies without ever having to find the remote.
In addition to the $30 Prime discount, anyone that activates their device by July 1 will also get a $10 Prime Video movie credit, which you can spend on some 4K HDR content to bring out the best in your home theater.
You can seemingly build just about anything with a Raspberry Pi, including your own miniature game console, and here’s a great deal on the Raspberry Pi 3. The kit comes with a case, a power supply, and some heatsinks, but you’ll need to provide a microSD card. Get the kit for $42 with promo code SBBRUUJ9.
Most inexpensive Bluetooth speakers you see include a single 5W driver, or maybe dual 5W drivers if you’re lucky. But the AOMAIS Sport II packs in a pair of 10W drivers, plus IPX7 water resistance (meaning it can actually be submerged to a point), and the ability to sync two of them together in a stereo pair. Not bad for $26 (with promo code 3NZGW97D).
Update: This just dropped an extra $9, now down to $80.
Brother makes some of the only printers you won’t want to punt into an active volcano, and the new HL-L2350DW is on sale for an all-time low $80 today.
Compared to the reader-favorite 2340DW it replaced the 2350 is faster (32 ppm vs. 27) and includes Amazon’s Dash replenishment service, which can automatically order toner when you’re running low, but otherwise, it’s exactly what you’d expect: A fast, reliable, toner-sipping monochrome printer that will get the job done.
$80 is an all-time low, so grab one before the price goes back up.
Like Brother’s home printers, this model spits out about 36 pages per minute, includes Wi-Fi connectivity, uses inexpensive and long-lasting toner, and just generally works much more reliably than any inkjet printer out there. The biggest advantage of this model over a consumer-level HL-series printer is that it includes a document feeder for the scanner, meaning it can automatically scan 50 pages in a row with no user input. You might use that feature, like, once, but you’ll probably be really glad you have it.
$100 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed on this model, so list that inkjet printer of yours on Craigslist, and go lock in your order.
Vizio’s E-Series TVs are perfectly fine, but they lack some of the high end features of Vizio’s more expensive lines. But with the 2017 E-series sets, something interesting happened when you went above 60": A lot of those fancy features started to make cameos.
For example, this 65" 4K E-series includes local dimming, which lets an otherwise standard LED TV achieve impressive contrast, and hit surprisingly deep black levels. It’s only 12 zones, but that’s more than you get on a lot of budget TVs. It also supports HDR 10, which isn’t as good as Dolby Vision, but again, it’s better than nothing.
$600 is a great price for this set, and given that it’s last year’s model, it probably won’t be around for long.
And in case you missed it earlier this week, a 50" version is still on sale for $300, though it lacks the aforementioned local dimming and HDR.
Apple took away the SD card reader in its latest laptops, but you can have it back with this $10 dongle from Anker (with promo code ANKER837). It plugs straight into a USB-C port, and has both SD and microSD slots that operate at USB 3.0 speeds. Plus, it’s small enough to fit into basically any laptop sleeve, so you can take it with you anywhere.
Ever wish your streaming dongle of choice or Google Home Mini could plug straight into your home network for maximum speed? This $14 ethernet dongle does just that for Chromecasts, Amazon Fire TVs, and more. That’s about $3 less than usual, and the deal comes just in time for the World Cup.
Somewhat confusingly, the Series 1 is not quite the same as the original Apple Watch, as it has a second generation chip for faster performance. It’ll also be getting WatchOS 5 in the fall, which includes fitness improvements, customizable Siri shortcuts, and most importantly of all, walkie-talkie mode. We don’t know how long this deal will last, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it sold out soon.
We see deals on USB-A to USB-C cables with some regularity, but deals on C-to-C cables, which are necessary for faster USB-C Power Delivery charging speeds, are less common. Today though, you can save on Anker’s nylon-wrapped PowerLine+ versions of both.
Both cables are $8 today with promo code ANKER333, and available in both gray and red, but note that the A-to-C cables are 6' long, while the C-to-Cs are 3' long, though they also include a carrying pouch to avoid tangles.
The Amazon Echo Dot is currently marked down to $40, which is a pretty solid deal on its own. But if you add two of them to your cart, you’ll save an extra $20 at checkout, bringing them down to $30 each. That’s about as good as Echo Dot deals ever get.
More of a Google Person? Here’s a similar deal on the Google Home Mini.
Every Apple Watch owner should have two charging cables. One for their nightstand, and one for their luggage. It’s a very easy cable to forget at home, and if you find yourself on the road without a charger, it’s painful to march into an Apple Store and fork over $29 for a new one.
There haven’t been too many third party options to date, but this model from UGREEN is MFI certified, and only $21 today, a match for the best price we’ve seen. Just note that it won’t fit in most Apple Watch charging dock accessories, so you’re probably better off putting this one in your bag.
While supplies last on Amazon (which probably won’t be long), $48 gets you a refurbished T-Mobile AC1900 router, which is actually just a rebranded version of the $180 ASUS RT-AC68U, which is our readers’ former favorite router.
The T-Mobile version has some T-Mobile branding, and uses custom firmware that claims to be optimized for Wi-Fi calling, but under the hood, it’s just a standard (and very popular) Wi-Fi router. You can even flash the firmware and install the original ASUS version, or a third party solution, if you wanted to put in the work. Just check out the customer reviews for ideas.
Want noise cancellation in a pocket-sized package? Sony’s noise-canceling true wireless headphones are on sale for $158 today, which is $2 less than we saw on Black Friday, and an all-time low. They don’t have the best battery life, so you can’t use them continuously all day at work, but their included charging case makes it easy to top them off. And hey, they’re freaking noise-cancelling truly wireless earbuds. That’s amazing!
Sony’s noise-canceling over-ears are also available for $298 right now, if you missed them yesterday..
Look, I get it, you don’t think you need an endoscope. And you probably don’t! At least right now. But the day will come—it could be in a week, it could be in 10 years—when you’ll need a snake-like camera to look down a drain, or in the recesses of a car engine, or inside your air conditioning ducts, and you’ll be glad you bought one for $20 with code X53L9VCY.
Dr. Meter’s Wi-Fi endoscope is a 720p camera with built-in LED headlights at the end of a five-meter, semi-rigid cable. At the other end of the cord is a Wi-Fi module that that broadcasts live video to your phone or computer, so you see what the camera sees. It also comes with three attachments (a hook, a magnet, and a mirror) that you can slip onto the end to peer around corners, or retrieve tiny items.
At this point, I feel like I should cover my bases and point out that this is not a medical device. Please, don’t put it inside yourself or anyone else. Otherwise, have fun. Thanks.
If you’re all in on the Google ecosystem, you can put two more Google Home Mini smart speakers in your house for $58 today, courtesy of Walmart. That’s the best deal we’ve seen on these since Black Friday, and not bad considering they usually sell for $49 each, or $39 if there’s a sale going on.
A 10' charging cable is one of the best things you can buy for yourself, and this nylon-wrapped PowerLine+ cable is on sale for $13 today with promo code ANKER823, in the color of your choice. These cables include an 18 month warranty, feel great in the hand, and are durable enough to be gobbled up by a Roomba...I speak from experience.
Sony’s WH1000XM2s put the noise-canceling headphone world on notice when they were released last year, and now, you now they’re back on sale for $50 off. They’re still an investment at $298, but if you spend any significant amount of time in planes, trains, or just a noisy office, they’ll probably be the best thing you buy this year.
Apple’s latest entry-level iPad is a little faster than the previous model, and supports the Apple Pencil. But if you don’t really care about such things, you can get a great deal on the old one.
Walmart has the 32GB fifth-gen tablet marked down to $249 ($80 less than the equivalent 6th gen), as well as the 128GB model for $329 ($100 less). This is the iPad I currently own, and yes, it can run Civilization VI.
VPNs have been in the news, and whether you want to get around video geoblocks, circumvent proxy filters, or just keep prying eyes out of your browsing data while using sketchy public Wi-Fi, reader-favorite Private Internet Access has a deal to fit your needs.
Last month, they offered our readers $10 off two year memberships, but this time around, you get a few more choices, ranging from a quick taste of the service to an extended commitment with additional savings:
- One month for $6 | Usually $7
- One year for $35 | Usually $40
- Three years for $90 | Not offered to the general public at all
These deals are only for our readers, but we aren’t sure how long they’ll be available, so go ahead and sign up while you can.
Vitamix makes some of the best high-end blenders on the market, (just ask The Sweethome), and Amazon is selling refurbs in multiple colors for $250 today, down from the usual $300-$380.
These are labeled as the Vitamix 1888-1901, depending on the color, but they’re actually refurbished Vitamix 6300 blenders, which are a little older, but sell for over $500 new. The only real difference? You get a five year warranty instead of seven. I’d say that’s worth saving over 50%.
These even have a mode that use the blades to create heat from friction, allowing it to turn cold ingredients into a hot soup in just six minutes.
h/t Omair Chaghtai
Smart plugs are the atomic unit of smart home gear, allowing you to control a power outlet with your phone, Alexa, Google Assistant, and even IFTTT. Today on Amazon, you can get two space-saving plugs for just $25 with promo code SMARTPLUG9, so you can start automating all the things.
For a limited time, Amazon will sell you three pouches of Tide HE-compatible laundry detergent (totaling 144 ounces or 93 loads) for just $15. These pouches are designed basically as refills for plastic Tide bottles, but as long as that doesn’t bother you, this is a fantastic price-per-ounce for any detergent, let alone name brand. Just be sure to clip the $2 coupon on the page and use Amazon Subscribe & Save.
If you missed the Breville Compact Oven deal we posted earlier this week or are looking for a larger toaster oven, then Breville is here to grant your wishes.
Discounted by about $50 today, this Smart Oven Pro has more space and more heating elements, so you can pretty much stop using your normal oven all together. It can fit a pizza up to 13", six slices of toast, and it has a slow cook function which will keep your food at a low temperature for up to 10 hours.
If history is any indication, this $216 price might not last long, so grab this while you can.
Time to get comfy, because Urban Outfitters is having a home sale. Take up to 40% off select bedding, pillows, tapestries, even furniture, and (urban) outfit your place with fuzzy throw blankets, cable knit pillows, and jersey sheets. Just try not to go overboard because you may never want to get out of bed again.
Philips’ indoor grill isn’t the Foreman grill you’re probably picturing. Rather than heating the grill plate directly, the Philips uses two infrared burners on the bottom to direct heat upwards at a constant 446 degrees, which is far hotter than most electric grills, and perfect for searing meat.
Today’s $160 deal is about $60-$100 less than usual, and an all-time low by $5. And no, that’s still not exactly cheap, but if you live in an apartment and can’t use a real grill outdoors, this is the closest indoor facsimile you’re going to find. In fact, I’d go so far as to call this deal...sizzling.
I’ll see myself out.
Cold brew coffee is basically the only kind of coffee I like, and when there wasn’t a Starbucks readily available, I’d been using the popular Takeya cold brew pitcher for over a year to make it at home. That all changed when my mother-in-law got me OXO’s alternative last Christmas, and it quickly became one of my favorite possessions.
The Takeya is fine. Good, even, especially for under $20. But at Shane’s recommendation, I wanted to try the OXO, and wow is it stellar. The video above tells you everything you need to know about how it works, but I promise you that the coffee you get after 24 hours of steeping is potent, delicious, and and can easily last you over a week, even if you don’t dilute it as much as OXO recommends.
Its MSRP is $50, and as an OXO product, that’s about what you’ll typically pay. Right now though, you can get it for $40, the first discount we’ve seen all year.
A big-ass duffel bag is something everyone should own. Hell, you should probably own a couple of them. This one’s 45L, has a bunch of exterior pockets (including a shoe compartment!), and is just $29 today with promo code QJNAIDLH.
We’ve seen several deals recently on Anker’s hub-free smart light bulbs, but if you don’t mind buying a 2-pack, today’s discount is the best per-bulb price we’ve seen.
This particular bulb can’t display the full RGB spectrum like a Philips Hue lamp, or even different temperatures of white, but you can control and dim it from your phone, or with an Alexa or Google Assistant device, no hub required. And at $13 each, you can afford to put them all around your home.
Get that new car shine back with this discounted ultimate shine and protection kit from Chemical Guys. It includes JetSeal, 50/50 paste wax, two applicators and two microfiber towels. And it’s 10% off today, bringing the price down to $59, the best we’ve seen seen all year. If your dad is a car guy, this could make a cool Father’s Day gift.
Around Christmas time, we talked about a deal on a 12-pack of these baking cups for $5. Today’s deal is even better, with 24 cups for $8. These can be reused hundreds of times, make convenient tiny bowls for keeping track of screws and parts when you’re not baking, and are around $1 less than usual.
Here’s a stupid little thing that’ll make your life just a little bit easier. Joseph Joseph’s Double Dish is a clever little invention for eating edamame, olives, pistachios, or any other finger foods that leave behind scraps, and it’s just $13 on Amazon right now.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, you just fill the top bowl with the food of your choice, and drop the remains through one of three chutes into the bottom bowl. At the end of the day, it’s still two dishes to clean up, but it takes up less space on your table, it looks cool, and most importantly, you don’t have to stare at those disgusting olive pits during your meal. Today’s price is the best we’ve seen in almost a year, so get cracking.
There’s no telling when you might need an extra table - whether it be for additional workspace, to host a game night, or to seat dinner guests. Set up this 4' adjustable-height folding table for just $36, the best price we’ve seen all year.
After you finish eating dinner, what do you do with the leftovers in your Instant Pot? You could transfer them to another container, creating more dirty dishes. Or you could slap this custom silicone lid on your Instant Pot’s inner pot, and stick it straight into the fridge. $8 is the best price ever, and it’s available for both the 6 and 8 qt. quart pots.
If you want to plan a trip for the fall, this Icelandair sale means it could be cheaper to fly to Europe than to a city on this side of the Atlantic.
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Prices vary by date and location, but this page provides a chart of the available departure and destination airports, and below that, you’ll find a list of eligible dates based on your itinerary.
Just to test it this deal out, I looked for a roundtrip flight in September from New York to Amsterdam, and the chart said the best available price should be $339. However, the dates I put in came out to just $320 roundtrip, with a lot of departure times available for the same price, so be on the lookout for even better deals.
If you’re familiar with Icelandic airlines, you know that these incredible prices come with a small catch: The customary stop in Reykjavik. This usually doesn’t add too much time to your trip, but if you’d like to leave the airport and actually see Iceland, you can add a stopover to your trip for anywhere from one to seven nights. Just click the Icelandair Stopover button when you’re searching for your flights.
You need dishwasher detergent anyway, so you might as well buy it on sale. While supplies last, Amazon’s offering a $3 coupon on this 68-pack bag of Finish Quantum tabs, bringing it down to $11 when you combine with Subscribe & Save savings.
We see deals on reader-favorite Thermapens pretty often, but this ThermoWorks sale includes a whole bunch of other discounted timers, probe thermometers, and more for Father’s Day.
First up, the classic Thermapen and slightly faster Thermapen Mk4 (black and blue colors only) are both 15% off. But, if you have already have one of those, this industrial infrared gun is $20 off, which can be useful for construction, checking your AC unit, and more.
There’s even more to look through, so head over to ThermoWorks and start shopping. Father’s Day is June 17th, so make sure to get your orders in while there’s still time.
You may not think you need one of these portable jump starters, and at this very moment, you probably don’t. But there will come a time where you’re late for an appointment or stuck in the middle of nowhere, and waiting around for a good samaritan to come jump your battery just isn’t a viable option.
This model from iClever puts out a whopping 600A, which is far more than most similar products, and enough to start just about any car. Get it for $49 today with promo code ICLEVER8899.
If you have any inkling that you might want a Costco membership, there’s never been a better time to join. For a limited time, Living Social’s offering Gold Star memberships for their standard price of $60, but throwing in all of the following:
- A $20 Costco gift card
- Coupon for 72 free AA batteries
- Coupon for free disinfecting wipes
- $10 off a fresh meat purchase
- $25 off a $250 Costco online purchase
If you use all the extra benefits all, that package is worth over $140, so it’s a no brainer if you have a Costco near you.
Note: This is only available for new Costco memberships, not renewals. Sorry!
You need paper towels anyway, so you might as well get them delivered to your front door, and at a discount no less. Amazon’s currently showing a $5 clippable coupon on both the 12 and 16-roll packs of Bounty Quick-Size paper towels, with an extra Subscribe & Save discount available on the latter.
There are a couple different DIY fixes (toothpicks, rubber bands, etc) to remove stripped or damaged screws, but if you don’t have the time or patience to try those out, consider grabbing this $7 Dr. Meter kit. It includes four bits that fit into most drills, and grips onto screws making them easier to remove. Just be sure to enter MWIA5Z4J at checkout.
Our readers have bought thousands of Yi’s home security cameras, and today, you can get a panning and tilting model for $35 with code TXNQ9QV8.
Yi now offers an online cloud DVR service that will store seven days of motion detection footage (six second clips when it detects movement) for free, or more footage if you pay. That said, you can choose for forego the cloud service altogether, and just store your clips locally on a microSD card. The camera also has two-way intercom and live broadcast built in, so you can check in on your house any time you want.
Amazon sure loves its belts lately. This time, they’re marking down reversible top grain leather belts from Savile Row to $22 and under. Choose your style and color (textured black on one side, brown on the other) and basically get two belts for the very affordable price of one.
Joe’s New Balance is the premiere online outlet for...New Balance shoes, obviously. Right now, they’re giving you a deal you won’t want to miss. Use the code KINJA247 at check out and pick up a pair of men’s 247 Sport sneakers for just $40.
Summer is almost upon us, and if you’ve been putting off going to the gym because the weather’s bad, time to give up. It’s getting nicer and nicer each day, and PUMA is having a Friends and Family Sale with up to 40% off full-price items, plus an extra 25% off sale items with the code FRIENDSNFAM. Let’s just say your wardrobe will look like it’s ready to hit the gym, even if you aren’t.
Does the copper part of a copper compression sleeve actually do anything? I kind of doubt it. But compression sleeves in general do have real benefits, and you can grab a well-reviewed knee or elbow sleeve for $12 from today’s Amazon Gold Box.
If you’re not thinking about how your legs are going to survive the summer, maybe it’s about time to consider some shorts. American Eagle can help with their buy one, get one 50% off sale on all shorts for both men and women. There are a ton of styles you should keep on hand for the days where you can’t think about putting on real pants, like khakis, “tomgirl” shorts, denim shorts, and more. Not you, cargo shorts.
if you want to keep track of your new year’s weight loss resolutions, Anker’s ultra-popular Bluetooth smart scale is back on sale today for just $29 with promo code EUFYS789.
In addition to functioning as a normal digital bathroom scale, the Eufy BodySense can measure metrics such as body fat percentage and body water, and sync all of that data over Bluetooth to your iOS or Android smartphone. You can see my impressions here, but it’s the most seamless and reliable smart scale I’ve ever personally used, and a great deal at $29.\
You can workout at home without a bunch of bulky weights taking up space with these PowerBlock adjustable dumbbells. They’re on sale on Woot today, and they’re basically like buying a whole free weight set with the footprint of just two dumbbells.
It’s not exactly a second season, but Firefly fans should still be excited to see that the show just got a special edition 15th anniversary Blu-ray release earlier this year, and you can get it for the best price in the history of the Verse today.
The contents of the discs are unchanged from the original release, but the set does include some nice box art, a map, and and postcards of all the major characters.
These controllers can pair over Bluetooth to your PC, Mac, Android device, and yes, even your Nintendo Switch. Luke Plunkett over at Kotaku is a big fan, and you can read his full review here, if you’re on the fence.
$45 is about $5 less than usual, so it’s not a huge discount, but it is the best deal we’ve seen so far.
Microsoft’s E3 sales are starting to roll out, with some of the best prices we’ve seen on a ton of popular games. There are too many deals to list here, but head over to this post where we’re collecting them all .
DropMix is an NFC-enabled card game that basically turns you into a remix artist, and it’s down to $48 on Amazon right now, a match for the best price we’ve seen.
Developed by Harmonix, of Rock Band fame, DropMix seems perhaps a little too ambitious—most people don’t have great rhythm, after all—but the game is executed shockingly well. There are multiple game modes, the base set includes 60 song cards from popular artists (though you can purchase expansions, naturally), and it’s beginner-friendly enough for anyone to play.
Did you get a chance to play the Mario Tennis Aces online demo this weekend? I really enjoyed it, and not to brag, but I won two tournaments. If you enjoyed it enough to buy the full game when it comes out later this month, you can preorder on Amazon right now to save $12 with Prime.
As always, Humble Monthly is only $12 per month (or less if you prepay for longer time periods), and includes a cache of PC games each month, plus 10% off in the Humble Store, and extra benefits on certain Humble Bundles. The best part? Even if you cancel your membership, every game you add to your Steam library is yours to keep.
So if you sign up now, you’ll get those three games immediately, plus a bunch of others when the month unlocks in early July, all for $12.
- EC Technology 22400mAh Power Bank | $20 | Amazon | Use Code 2CLBJ2RY
- Enjoybot Power Bank, 10000mAh Quick Charge 3.0 with USB Type C Cable | $12 | Amazon | Use Code PWDTOGBA
- Soundcore Spirit X Sports Earphones by Anker | $30 | Amazon
- AOMAIS Sport II Bluetooth Speaker | $26 | Amazon | Promo code 3NZGW97D
- Anker ZOLO Liberty True Wireless Earphones | $70 | Amazon
- AUKEY Bluetooth Receiver V4.1 Wireless Audio Music Adapter | $9 | Amazon | Use Code X2NQ9PPE
- Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones | $215 | Amazon
- COWIN Swimmer IPX7 Floating Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker, Colorful LED Light | $30 | Amazon | Use Code S55HJLYL
- Preorder Amazon Fire TV Cube | $90 | Amazon | Prime members only. Includes $10 movie credit if you activate by July 1
- LG 43-Inch 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR | $300 | Best Buy
- Three Months DIRECTV NOW + Apple TV 4K | $105 | DIRECTV NOW
- Active Curved HD5 HDTV Antenna, 60 Mile Range | $11 | Monoprice
- Mohu Blade Antenna | $32 | Amazon | Promo code 20BLADESAVE
- MP 35in Zero-G Curved Ultrawide 21:9 FreeSync 2.0 100Hz 1440p UWQHD Gaming Monitor | $500 | Monoprice
- Brother HL-2350DW Laser Printer | $80 | Amazon
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Starter Kit | $42 | Amazon | Promo code SBBRUUJ9
- Mainstays Memory Foam Futon | $120 | Walmart
- Neato Robotics Botvac Connected App-Controlled Self-Charging Robot Vacuum | $400 | Best Buy
- Staples Hyken Technical Mesh Task Chair | $140 | Staples
- Pinzon Hypoallergenic Overfilled Microplush Mattress Topper - California King | $13 | Amazon
- Tide Smart Pouch 3-Pack | $15 | Amazon | With Subscribe & Save and $2 coupon
- Lifetime 80160 Commercial Height Adjustable Folding Utility Table | $36 | Amazon
- 2-Pack Eufy Lumos Smart Bulb | $26 | Amazon
- 2-Pack iClever Smart Plugs | $25 | Amazon | Promo code SMARTPLUG9
- Tenergy Solis Digital Meat Thermometer, APP Controlled Wireless Bluetooth Smart BBQ Thermometer with 6 Stainless Steel Probes | $40 | Amazon
- AmazonBasics Reusable Silicone Baking Cups | $8 | Amazon
- Philips Indoor Grill | $160 | Woot
- Joseph Joseph Double Dish | $13 | Amazon
- OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker | $40 | Amazon
- KitchenAid KSM150PSPT Artisan Series 5-Qt. Stand Mixer with Pouring Shield | $210 | Amazon
- Refurb Vitamix | $250 | Amazon
- Panasonic NB-G110P Flash Xpress Toaster Oven | $97 | Amazon | After $10 Off Digital Coupon
- Bella Single Serve Coffeemaker | $30 | Best Buy
- Insignia 0.7 Cu. Ft. Compact Microwave | $50 | Best Buy
- Husky Mechanics Tool Set in Metal Box (200-Piece) | $99 | Home Depot
- Choice of Free Bare Tool with Purchase of Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion+ Battery Starter Kit with (2) 3.0Ah Batteries, Rapid Charger and Bag | $99 | Home Depot
- Up to 40% off Select DeWalt Power Tools & Work Boots | Home Depot
- Kobalt 8-Amp 1/2-in Corded Impact Wrench | $99 | Lowes
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- Mens Superdry Shorts Selection - Various Styles | $20 | eBay
- adidas Speedbreaker Vertical Heather Mesh Shorts | $16 | eBay
- Coleman Instant Cabin Tent | 8' x 7' | $76 | Amazon
- COLEMAN Longs Peak 6 Person Fast Pitch Family Camping Dome Tent | 10' x 10' | $80 | eBay
- Fatwood Firestarter Kindling Sticks, 10 lb. Box | $13 | Walmart
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- Copper Compression Recovery Elbow Sleeve | $12 | Amazon
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- Spider-Man: Homecoming | $10 | Amazon
- The Amazing Spider-Man | $9 | Best Buy
- The Amazing Spider-Man 2 | $9 | Best Buy
- Firefly Complete Series: 15th Anniversary | $15 | Amazon
- Authentic Accounts of Billy the Kid’s Old Timey Oddities Omnibus [trade paperback] | $12 | TFAW
- Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us About Ourselves [Audible] | $3 | Amazon
- Brain Rules for Baby (Updated and Expanded): How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five [Kindle] | $2 | Amazon
- Nefertiti: A Novel (Egyptian Royals Collection) [Kindle] | $4 | Amazon
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- The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited | $10 | Best Buy
- Assassin’s Creed Origins [Digital] | $30 | Microsoft | Also available on disc
- Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds [Digital] | $20 | Microsoft
- Sea of Thieves | $38 | Walmart
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus | $20 | Amazon
- Far Cry 5 | $40 | Walmart
- The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt: Complete Edition | $20 | Microsoft
- Monster Hunter World [Digital] | $39 | Microsoft | Available on disc for $1 more
- Grand Theft Auto V [Digital] | $20 | Microsoft | Premium editions also on sale
- Cuphead [Digital] | $17 | Microsoft
- Star Wars Battlefront II [Digital] | $20 | Microsoft
- Just Cause 3 [Digital] | $6 | Microsoft | XL Edition available for $9
- Middle Earth Shadow of War [Digital] | $25 | Microsoft
- Battlefield 1 Revolution [Digital] | $15 | Microsoft
- Life is Strange Complete Season [Digital] | $4 | Microsoft