Skechers shoes, womens’ bags, and your favorite headphones lead off Wednesday’s best deals.

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Dried Fruit Sample Box, $8 + $8 credit

For a limited time, you can buy a dried fruit snack sample box from Amazon for $8, and get an automatic $8 credit towards your next dried fruit purchase. Assuming you use the credit, that’s basically like getting six sample packs for free.

Today only, Amazon’s offering big discounts on a wide array of Skechers shoes, running the gamut from sandals to athletic sneakers to leather oxfords. Prices start under $20, so run, don’t walk, over to Amazon and make your selections before they start selling out.

Today only, Amazon’s running a huge sale on bags and wallets from a variety of designers. Inside, you’ll find wares from Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff, Fossil, Elliott Lucca, and more, many with prices starting around just $20.


Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, and the best stuff could sell out early. Let us know what you got in the comments!

Want to try out Apple CarPlay without...buying a new car? This aftermarket Pioneer head unit is marked down to an all-time low $350 on Amazon today, and can be installed in any double-DIN dash opening on your existing vehicle.

Rocket League, $10 with code KINJA20

Rocket League just came out with a new basketball mode, so if you haven’t tried it yet, there’s never been a better time to pick up a copy. Green Man Gaming has the PC version marked down to $12 right now, and promo code KINJA20 will knock that down to $10, the best price we’ve ever seen.

Let’s be honest here, thin fabric koozies are mostly useful for decoration; they don’t really keep a can cold for very long. This imposing metal Thermos contraption though? It’s the real deal.


Thermos’s stainless steel can insulator uses vacuum insulation and thick walls to actually provide a barrier between your beverage and the outside world. They go so far as to claim that it will keep a can cold for up to 3 hours, and even if that’s a little bit of marketing hyperbole, what could possibly be in that can that takes more than an hour to drink?

Over 1,200 Amazon reviewers have given the Thermos a 4.6 star review average, and you can get one (or more!) for just $9 right now. Cheers!

$50 in Ruby Tuesday Gift Cards, $40 with code RUBY10. Add two $25 gift cards to your cart.

Ruby Tuesday isn’t the best casual dining chain, but it’s not the worst either, and you can save $10 on your next check with this gift card deal. Just be sure to add two $25 gift cards to your cart, and use code RUBY10 at checkout to get them for $40.

Today only, Amazon’s discounting the highly rated Breville BJE510XL juicer to an all-time low $135. That’s still a lot of money, but it gets you a 900 watt motor that can make quick work of just about any fruit or vegetable you throw at it.


I can’t say I have experience with this model, but I bought the 700W Breville BJE200XL for my parents last year, and, well, I’ll let you watch the video below to witness the horror it unleashes on an unpeeled orange.

Life’s too short to vacuum every other day, but luckily, you can pawn that tedious chore off to a Roomba, and the entry level 650 model is marked down to $280 today on Rakuten, easily an all-time low.


I recently acquired a Roomba 770, which is basically identical to the 650, but with HEPA filters and an extra virtual wall. While it does require a bit of babysitting from time to time, I haven’t vacuumed my house manually in over a month, and yet the floors always feel clean, even with two pets.

Can’t make it through 18 holes with losing a sleeve of golf balls? This deal will net you 48 recycled Nike balls for just $17, the best price Amazon’s ever listed. Reviews are admittedly a little mixed; some people say they got Callaway balls, and others complain of excessive scuffling, but it might be worth the risk if you’re just buying them for practice purposes.

If your Wi-Fi signal isn’t quite strong enough in certain corners of your home, this discounted wireless Powerline kit can fill in the gaps.


The kit comes with two pieces, an adapter and an access point. All you have to do is connect the adapter to your router with an ethernet cable, and plug it into an AC outlet on your wall. Then, plug in the wireless access point into another outlet, and all of the 1s and 0s will flow between them via your home’s existing electrical wiring, essentially turning the access point into an extra wireless router.

The kit almost always sells for $100 on Amazon, and today’s $80 deal matches an all-time low. If it helps eliminate your wireless dead zones, that’ll be money well spent.

A lot of you have bought compact car jump starters in the last year or so, but if you don’t want to pop your hood and hook up cables to use them, this gadget from Aukey will allow you to jump start your car from inside the cabin.

Just hook one end up to your jump starter, plug the other into a DC outlet in your car, and you’re ready to go. It also doubles as a voltage meter, so you can monitor the health of your car battery before it starts giving you problems.

Don’t have a jump starter yet? Here’s one for just $33.

While not without its flaws, Garmin’s Vivofit fitness tracker is unique in offering a truly waterproof design, the ability to pair with a heart rate monitor, and most notably, over a year of battery life via a standard watch battery. When it launched a couple years ago, the tracker and an optional heart rate monitor would have set you back $170, but now, you can get both for just $50.

If you still haven’t picked up Audio-Technica’s coveted ATH-M50x headphones, BuyDig’s eBay store will sell you a pair for $99 today, complete with a $30 VUDU credit and three months of Rhapsody. Even without the toss-ins, that’s one of the best deals we’ve ever seen.

Vantrue R2 Dash Cam, $100 with code 9IJGN585

Vantrue’s R2 dash cam was The Wirecutter’s runner-up pick, and you can save a whopping $55 on yours today with promo code 9IJGN585, bringing the price down to $100.


The R2 can shoot at resolutions exceeding standard 1080p (2560x1080 or 2304x1296), and its 170 degree field of view means you’ll never miss a license plate, crash, or meteorite. This deal is easily the best we’ve seen on this model, but we don’t expect it to last long.

128GB in a flash drive the size of your fingernail. What a world. Other than a very brief $25 deal, this is the best price we’ve ever seen on this model.

Aukey 3600mAh Battery Pack, $5 with code XMPQBIDX

Big, hulking USB battery packs have their place, but sometimes, you need just need a pocket-friendly charger to drag your phone’s battery over the finish line and get through a day. This 3600mAh Aukey pack should be good for about a full phone charge, and it’s one of the thinnest I’ve ever seen.

Inateck 4-Port USB Aluminum Hub, $9 with code KZDQGSYQ

If your ultraportable laptop doesn’t have quite enough USB ports, this travel-friendly hub will add three extras for just $9. Obviously, it’ll work with essentially any laptop, but its brushed aluminum design will look right at home next to a Mac.

Mpow Buckler Bluetooth Speaker, $20 with code YTMB56LH

$20 water-resistant Bluetooth speakers aren’t exactly rare, but I appreciate that this one from Mpow includes a suction cup mount to stick to the wall. It’s like a shower radio for 2016.

Most high-end gaming keyboards use mechanical switches, but if you prefer laptop-style chiclet keys, this Razer DeathStalker deal is right up your alley.


Like all modern Razer products, the DeathStalker works with Razer’s Synapse service, allowing you to save and sync your custom settings and macros to the cloud. Today’s $50 deal is the lowest it’s been all year, so click over to Amazon to lock in your order before it sells out.

CCbetter 50-Pack GoPro Accessory Kit, $25 with code P57E6OA7

If you own a GoPro, or any other action cam that’s compatible with GoPro accessories, you can own every accessory you see in the image above for just $25 . That’s just $.50 per piece, including critical gear like a carrying case, a floating bobber, and tons of mounts.

If you’re sick of renting carpet washers every time you spot a new stain, you can buy your own for just $134. The Hoover Power Scrub Deluxe has a squeaky-clean 4.4 star review average from over 4,000 customers, and while today’s price isn’t an all-time low, it’s on the low end of its usual range.

Today’s Amazon Gold Box features deals on several iSonic ultrasonic cleaners, starting at $28. The smallest model is suitable for dentures, retainers, and the like, while the larger models can accommodate silverware, coins, gun parts, and a lot more. This is a Gold Box deal, so be sure to grab yours before they’re all cleaned out.

Packing cubes can make organizing clothes and toiletries for your next trip a little less hellish, and this highly-rated set of four from AmazonBasics is only $20 today. That’s $5 less than usual, and an all-time low. I actually just bought a set of these, and I absolutely love them.

In case you missed out on last week’s similar deal, here’s a chance to upgrade your existing power outlets with built-in USB charging ports for $18 each. These receptacles have proven very popular with readers in the past, even at higher prices, so be sure to secure a few before Amazon sells out.

Dorco, the best deal in razor blades and supplier of Dollar Shave Club, is taking 30% off all cartridge packs this week with promo code carts30now, plus free shipping.

Just to give you an example of how good this deal is, that promo code will net you 24 Pace 4 cartridges for about $20. These are the exact same cartridges, and work with the same handle, as Dollar Shave Club’s “4X” razor. But with Dollar Shave Club, you’d pay $36 over six months to receive the same number of blades. Even if you had to buy a handle from Dorco (which comes with two extra cartridges), you’d still come out way ahead.

Anker PowerPort 4, $20. Black: use code L7PU4JGO | White: use code QAAUTP8Q

Anker, purveyor of your favorite battery packs, Bluetooth earbuds, speakers, and more, is taking $6 off their PowerPort 4 USB charger today with promo code L7PU4JGO (black model) or QAAUTP8Q (white model). Featuring a foldable plug, 100-240 volt support, and 40W shared between four PowerIQ ports, this is an ideal USB charger for frequent travelers.

Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine Lightning cables are some of the most popular we’ve ever posted, and the 10' model is marked down to $11 today on Amazon, an all-time low.

Obviously, this isn’t a cable you’ll want to travel everywhere with, but if you want to be able to charge your phone or tablet while sitting on the couch, or if your nightstand is are away from the nearest outlet, an extra-long cable like this should get the job done.

When it comes time to upgrade to 4K, you might as well take the opportunity to upgrade your TV’s size as well. This 65" Panasonic is marked down to $999 today, which is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any 4K TV of that size.

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.

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.





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