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Today only, Amazon’s discounting a nice collection of Black & Decker cordless lawn tools down to all-time low prices.

Inside, you’ll find a leaf blower (did you hear it’s the first day of fall?), a hedge trimmer, a chainsaw, a string trimmer, and a pair of lawnmowers, all powered by 40V lithium-ion batteries. If you have any gas-powered or corded yard tools in your shed, this is a fantastic chance to upgrade them. Just remember, Gold Box prices are only available for one day, and the most popular items could sell out early. [Black & Decker 40V Yard Tool Sale]

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If your iTunes balance is running low, here’s another chance to save 20% on a $100 refill card. If you ever buy apps, shows, movies, music, books, or iCloud storage from Apple, this is basically free money. And if your Apple Music free trial is set to expire in the next few days, your renewal will automatically draw from your iTunes account. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $80]

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If you own Cards Against Humanity (and we know that a lot of you do), then you know that its box isn’t really ideal for traveling, and once you start adding expansion packs, your collection can get out of hand in a hurry.

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This $16 hard case is custom designed specifically for CAH, and has enough space for the base game plus five expansions, along with movable dividers to keep them all organized. [Smatree Large Hard Case for Cards Against Humanity + Expansions, $16 with code 835TUNT5]

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I know we post deals on these 5-port USB chargers a lot, but this is seriously one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. If you still don’t have one at your desk, in your bag, and on your nightstand, this is a no-brainer. [Aukey 40W / 8A 5 Ports USB Desktop Charging Station Wall Charger with AlPower, $10]

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If you still haven’t upgraded your home network to 802.11ac, this highly-rated Buffalo Air Station Extreme router is down to just $110 today, which is about $20 off its previous low. Reviewers also say that it’s DD-WRT compatible, if you’re willing to tinker. [BUFFALO Air Station Extreme AC 1900 Gigabit Dual Band Wireless Router, $110]

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This isn’t as exciting as a deadbolt that unlocks via your smartphone, but Kwikset’s SmartCode electronic deadbolt only costs $70, requires no special wiring, and allows you to program up to 8 unique access codes for your family members, friends, or house sitters.

Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [Kwikset SmartCode Electronic Deadbolt Featuring SmartKey, $70. Multiple colors available.]

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This salt and pepper grinder isn’t electric. It won’t connect to your smartphone or work with IFTTT recipes. It doesn’t even have a USB backup battery built in. I just think it looks like a big fuse, which is cool, we all liked it in Slack, and it’s $8. [Attmu Salt and Pepper Grinder Set, $8 with code 6KDYR5RH]

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The past few years have seen a minor explosion in solar-powered USB chargers, and Goal Zero makes the most popular ones on the market. Their basic 7W panel is a perfect starter kit for anyone who wants to keep a smartphone charged while off the grid, and you can get a certified refurb today for $33, or less than half its usual price. [Refurb GoalZero Nomad 7, $33]

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I know we post deals on these 5-port USB chargers a lot, but this is seriously one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. If you still don’t have one at your desk, in your bag, and on your nightstand, this is a no-brainer. [Aukey 40W / 8A 5 Ports USB Desktop Charging Station Wall Charger with AlPower, $10]


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For just $6 today, you can sip your drinks in style with a four pack stainless steel drinking straws. I own this exact set, and use them for everything from Coke Zero to Moscow Mules. [MIU COLOR Endurance bent 18/10 Stainless Steel Drink Straw, Set of 4, $6 with code SKG2X2PI]

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If you’ve owned an iPhone 6 for the last year, its battery is probably starting to show some age. Hell, even early iPhone 6s reviews say that battery life hasn’t really changed vs. the previous generation. Luckily, you can take matters into your own hands with this $20 MFi-certified battery case. That’s the best price we’ve ever seen for this kind of thing. [1byone 3100mAh iPhone 6/6s Battery Case, $20 with code KRVPRXFJ]

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When you think of laptop sleeves, you probably picture boring, black, neoprene pockets with zippers that break after a year. If you want something a little classier, this model uses a more magnetic enclosure, and is made of attractive grey felt. You even get an adorable matching pouch for your mouse. [Inateck 13 Inch Ultra Slim MacBook Felt Sleeve, Magnetic Closure (Gray), $14 with code MVPHNLJ6]

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An SSD is the best upgrade you can buy for just about any computer, and prices on high capacity models are finally starting to look reasonable.

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If you have a tidy collection of rechargeable batteries laying around, you’ll need a charger worthy of them. The NiteCore i4 Intellicharger was one of your five favorites, and it’s down to $14 today. Despite its compact size, it can actually charge up to four AAAA, AAA, AA, or C batteries at once. [NiteCore -i4-V2014 NEW 2014 version Intellicharge Universal Smart Battery Charger, $14]

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Need some batteries to go with it? We recommend Eneloops.

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We typically shy away from mail-in rebate deals, but this is too good to ignore. This headset typically sells for around $70. [PS4 Gold Wireless Headset, $40 after $40 Rebate]


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It’s not the new model with a voice control remote, and it’s refurbished, but $61 for a Roku 3 is still one of the better streaming box deals we’ve seen. [Refurb Roku 3, $61]

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Did you know beer played a crucial role in leading Europe out of the dark ages? You’ll learn all about it, and more, in this 180 page comic tracing the history of one of our favorite beverages.

Today’s paperback price is a match for the lowest ever listed, but you can save about $1 extra if you opt for the Kindle version. [The Comic Book Story of Beer: The World’s Favorite Beverage from 7000 BC to Today’s Craft Brewing Revolution, $13]

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Dell’s P2715Q 4K monitor has always been the most affordable 27” 4K IPS display on the market, but today, it’s all the way down to $450.

If you aren’t familiar, IPS displays boast superior color accuracy and viewing angles compared to the TN panels you’ll find in most cheap 4K monitors. I own the 24” model of this exact monitor, and I absolutely love it. [Dell P2715Q 27” 4K IPS Display, $450]

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The massive Anker Astro E7 Ultra-High Capacity 25,600mAh 3-Port External Battery Pack has returned to its all-time low price, if you hurry. Not everyone needs this much power, but it’s enough juice to keep the average smartphone running for a week or more. [Anker Astro E7 Ultra-High Capacity 26800mAh 3-Port 4A Compact Portable Charger, $48 with code OBLSUN2C]

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FIFA 16 is out today, and you can already save $10 on a copy, if you hurry.


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These little silicone squeeze bottles are perfect packing sunscreen, soap, or shampoo for a short trip, and at $7 for a 3-pack, there’s really no reason not to grab a set. [Attmu Silicone Travel Bottles, $7 with code DBLWXMVP]

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Game of Thrones: Season 5 won the Emmy for best drama, and it was probably the show’s worst season to date. Luckily, the first four seasons are better, and they’re all marked down to $30 today on Blu-ray/digital HD. That’s as low as they ever go.

Game of Thrones: Season 1 ($30) | Amazon

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Game of Thrones: Season 2 ($30) | Amazon

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Game of Thrones: Season 3 ($30) | Amazon

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Game of Thrones: Season 4 ($30) | Amazon

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To celebrate Transparent’s big wins at the 67th Primetime Emmy awards, Amazon will be offering Prime subscriptions for just $67 on Friday, down from $99.

The press release says the deal is only for new members, but when they ran a similar promotion in January after the Golden Globes, existing members were able to buy themselves gift memberships at the reduced rate. We won’t know for sure if that loophole is closed until Friday, but we’ll let you know the moment the sale starts. [Amazon]

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