Board games, womens’ professional apparel, and a popular pressure cooker kick off Monday’s best deals.

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If your board game collection has been gathering dust, you can freshen it up with over 70 discounted strategy games on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box.


Highlights here include Tokaido, Splendor, 7 Wonders, and Risk, but be sure to head over to Amazon to see the full list. Just note that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, or until sold out.

UE’s new Roll Bluetooth speaker is the company’s smallest offering, and reviews indicate that it lives up to its UE Boom predecessors. If you’ve been waiting for a discount to pick one up, Amazon’s taking $30 off every color they offer right now. That’s a match for the best price we’ve ever seen.

If you can hold your nose and tolerate a refurb, you can score an Xbox One, a Kinect, and five games for just $279 today. Kinect is basically dead from a gaming perspective, but it’s still nice to have for pausing videos and saving in-game DVR recordings.

h/t Mike

Today only, Amazon’s running a huge sale on womens’ work apparel, ranging from socks to slacks to blazers to dresses. Prices start at under $10, so head over to Amazon before the best stuff starts selling out.


Note: Several items are available in multiple colors; just click through to the product page to see all of your options.

For a limited time, Amazon’s taking an extra 25% off select baking items when you check out with Subscribe & Save. The catch is that you’ll have to buy most items in bulk, but your options include Jello-O, peanuts, taco seasoning, and a lot more, so be sure to check out the full list.


You’ll need to purchase your items through Subscribe & Save for the deal to work, and you won’t see the 25% discount until checkout. After you receive your first shipment, you can always cancel the subscription if you don’t want to receive it again.

Burt’s Bees Classics Set, $21 after 15% coupon

Burt’s Bees makes your favorite lip balm, but this classics kit also includes hand salve, hand repair cream, foot cream, and more, and Amazon’s taking an extra 15% off today when you clip the coupon on the product page. It even comes with in a giftable tin, so you’ll feel extra special when you give it to yourself.

If you’re still listening to any of your TVs through their built-in speakers, here’s an easy fix for $69, as long as you don’t mind buying a refurb.


This Vizio Sound Stand pumps out up to 95 dB of crisp stereo sound, which needless to say is a lot louder than your TV’s build in speakers. Plus, you won’t even need to find a place to put it, because your TV sits right on top. This might not be ideal for your main home theater setup (personally, we’d recommend this 5.1 channel Vizio system), but it’s a perfect little integrated system for your other TVs around the house.

Paradox sale, extra 20% off with code KINJA20

Green Man Gaming just kicked off a Paradox sale, with big savings on Cities In Motion titles, Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, and more. And in addition to the hefty listed discounts, you can also save an additional 20% at checkout with promo code KINJA20.

VIZIO M50 4K 50" HDTV, $650 + $200 Dell gift card

This 50" Vizio M-series 4K TV is the single most popular TV we’ve ever posted, and Dell is offering it for $650 today, along with a $200 promo gift card. That’s $50 above the lowest price we’ve seen, but assuming you use the gift card for buy speakers, video games, or other accessories, you should come out well ahead.


Note: The promo gift card will arrive via email 10-20 days after ordering, and will expire after 90 days.

Want to see what all the Hunger Games fuss was about? Amazon is selling the whole trilogy for just $6 today. The covers are even embossed with foil that’s opulent and shiny enough for the Capitol library.

If you don’t own a pressure cooker, today’s a great day to fix that. Amazon’s knocked the highly-rated Instant Pot IP-LUX60 all the way down to $79, within a few bucks of the best price Amazon’s ever listed.

If you’re worried that you won’t get a ton of use out of this thing, note that in addition to standard pressure cooking, you can also use the Instant Pot as a slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, and more.

Update: Sold out

In case you missed out a few weeks ago, Amazon’s top-selling greenhouse is marked down to an all-time low $20 today, for Prime members only. The Gardman R687 is small enough to fit on just about any balcony or patio, and should be perfect for urban gardeners looking to grow their own vegetables, herbs, and flowers. The last time we listed this though, it sold out quickly, so grab yours before they’re all harvested.

The Nutri Ninja Auto-iQ is an early contender in our affordable blender Kinja Co-Op, and Amazon’s marked it down to an all-time low $133 today.

That gets you the well-reviewed 1200W blender along with four different blending vessels, including a double-walled stainless steel cup to keep smoothies cold on the go. You wouldn’t want to lug out and clean a 48 ounce pitcher to make a single breakfast smoothie, and with Ninja’s system, you don’t have to.

Whether you have an old hard drive laying around, or you just want to build your own external SSD, you’ve got several great external enclosure deals to pick from today, including one with a built-in USB hub.

Note: The Orico model is for computers with USB-C ports like the new MacBook.

You might not have an immediate need for a pressure washer, but if you own a home, it’s a useful thing to stash in the back or your garage. This 2,200 PSI model from Ivation is down to $150 today as part of an Amazon Gold Box deal, an all-time low. That’s a bit more expensive than some other pressure washer deals we’ve featured, but this model includes five interchangeable nozzles, a bonus turbo wand, a detergent dispenser, and more.

Update: Here’s a refurbished 1,600 PSI alternative from Ryobi for $70.

Razer Firefly Mouse Pad, $45

Do you need a color-shifting Razer mouse pad? Of course not. But dammit, it looks cool, and today’s $45 price tag is the best Amazon’s ever offered.

The mat, like the rest of Razer’s peripherals, can be controlled through Razer’s Synapse software, so you can tell your new mouse pad to breath or react in unison with your mouse, keyboard, and headset.

Update: Sold out

Until very recently, if you wanted an external hard drive with more than 2TB of space, you had no choice but to plug in an external power cord. Now though, you can carry 4TB around in your pocket or bag for just $110, with nothing but a USB cable to connect it. That price even includes 200GB of Microsoft OneDrive storage for two years, which is a $96 value on its own.


We’re not sure how long this deal will last, so if you need to keep a lot of storage in your travel bag, or plugged into your Xbox One, I’d grab this quickly.

Want to set up a surround sound system without picking a receiver, speakers, and a subwoofer separately? This Onkyo set comes with everything in one box, and Amazon’s selling it for just $300 today, or about $100 less than usual.

So you’ve finally invested in some great knives, but they’ll still need a little tender loving care to keep them sharp. Presto’s EverSharp electric knife sharpener boasts a 4.4 star review average from over 2,500 Amazon customers, and you can pick one up for $18 for the first time ever today.

If your nearest movie theater is run by AMC or Regal, these discounted gift cards will save you 20% on your next outing. When popcorn costs $8, every buck you can save helps.

While you’re at it, be sure to check out the rest of eBay’s discounted gift cards, including Legal Sea Foods, Petco, IHOP, and more.

This deal pops up every couple of months or so, but if you have a Kindle e-reader on your wish list, today’s your chance to save $20.

For a limited time, Amazon’s offering great deals on Anova’s excellent sous vide circulators. $159 gets you the older Bluetooth model (normally $179), or you can opt for the new Bluetooth + Wi-Fi model for $169, an all-time low. Both will cook the most tender and flavorful meats you’ve ever tried, the only real difference is how far away you can control them with your smartphone.

Lifehacker has a great explainer on sous-vide cooking for you to check out, but the basic idea is that you seal your food in plastic bags, and then cook it in precisely heated water over a fairly long period of time. Here are some advantages to this process from Lifehacker’s guide:

  • Cooking sous-vide results in evenly-cooked meat and fish.
  • Cooking sous-vide gives you specific control over the final temperature of the meat, avoiding overdone, dried-out food.
  • You can hold foods cooked sous-vide at their specified temperature for long periods of time without damaging the texture or quality of the dish, making it an ideal cooking method for holiday dinners or meals with multiple components and side-dishes.
  • Bacterial or other contamination is largely not an issue with sous-vide cooking. While you may be cooking up to minimum safe temperatures, the length of time you’re holding the food at its safe temperature will pasteurize your meat and ensure the safety of your food, meaning “safe” meat doesn’t have to equal “dry” or “not pink” meat any longer. Still, keep your meat thermometer handy, and test before serving. Remember, sous-vide lets you hold food at temp for long periods without diminishing the quality of the food, so if it’s undercooked, you can seal the bag and put it back in.
  • Sous-vide cooking is by nature a repeatable process. Set the temperature, set the timer, and walk away. You will wind up with perfectly cooked food every time you do it.

I got the Bluetooth model as a gift a few months ago, and I can’t say enough good things about it. In fact, I might just use it to make scrambled eggs this morning.

The Presto FlipSide was one of your five favorite waffle irons, and you can pick one up from Amazon today for an all-time low $24.

I probably make fresh waffles in my waffle iron every other weekend or so, but in between, I’ve used it to make hash browns, pressed sandwiches, and even churros. Lifehacker has a ton of other suggestions too, including mozzarella sticks, 90-second cookies, pre-packaged cinnamon rolls, and even crispy bacon. So you see, calling this thing a waffle iron is practically a misnomer.

Velcro cable ties can transform the rat king of cables behind your desk or home theater into something more manageable, and you can get 100 of them today on Amazon for just $6. Now, Amazon frequently lists these at $5, but as add-on items that only ship as part of a $25 order. Today, you’ll pay $1 more, but you can get free Prime shipping.





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