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Amazon’s Prime Pantry program is great for stocking up on household goods and non-perishable foods without actually having to visit a store, and with these stackable deals, the prices will blow away any brick and mortar store in your town.


First, last week’s free shipping deal is still available when you add five select items (many of which have coupons attached) to your box and use code PANTRYFEB. That’s a $6 savings, and it’ll also stack with any $6 free shipping credits you have in your account from choosing No Rush Shipping on previous Amazon orders.

Next, promo code 10PANTRY will take $10 off any $75 Prime Pantry order, regardless of what’s in it. As long as you hit that minimum, that means you can save a whopping $16 on your order, or even $22 if you had an existing no-rush shipping credit. Not bad at all!

You know what they say; once you go vacuum insulated stainless steel, you never go back. This spacious 32 ounce Thermos can keep beverages hot or cold for up to 24 hours, and its lid even doubles as a cup to help avoid spillage. This model’s price fluctuates a lot, but today’s $26 deal is the best Amazon’s ever listed. [32 Ounce Thermos Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Bottle, $26]

$15 is a great price for a solar powered camping lantern. It’s even better when you consider that the entire inner cavity is hollow, and can be used as a waterproof storage container for your electronics. [Ohuhu Solar Lantern and Storage Bottle, $15 with code FNVTJMOL]

You can never have too much flash storage, and today only, Amazon’s offering all-time low prices on a number of SD cards, microSD cards, and flash drives from PNY.


The most notable item here is probably the 128GB microSD card for $30, the best price we’ve ever seen for that capacity. But be sure to head over to Amazon to see the full list of deals. [PNY Gold Box]

If you missed out on Black Friday’s Brother monchrome laser printer deals, you can pick up a barebones (but still excellent) 2300D for $40 today from Newegg.


This model doesn’t have a scanner or built-in networking, but it can still spit out 27 pages per minute, and print in duplex. Plus, unlike similarly-priced inkjet alternatives, replacement toner cartridges are affordable, and they won’t dry out if you don’t use them for a few weeks. [Brother HL-L2300D Monochrome Laser Printer, $40]

Amazon’s offering some of the best per-gigabyte pricing on SSDs that I’ve ever seen right now. Even if your computer is already equipped with SSD storage, you could toss one of these into a cheap enclosure to create a super-fast external drive.

PNY CS1311 120 GB 2.5" SATA III Internal SSD ($38) | Amazon

PNY CS1311 240 GB 2.5" SATA III Internal SSD ($58) | Amazon

PNY CS1311 480 GB 2.5" SATA III Internal SSD ($115) | Amazon

Ready to give mechanical keyboards a try? Razer’s uber-popular Blackwidow Ultimate is down to $70 on Newegg today, one of the best deals we’ve ever seen. [Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Gaming Elite Mechanical Keyboard, $70]

This discounted flash drive doesn’t look like anything special at first blush, but hit one button, and it transforms into tiny wireless media server, allowing you to pull up files on any of your devices, including phones and tablets.


That means next time you travel, you can stream movies to your tablet or store photos from your phone without filling up your device’s precious onboard storage. Today’s $35 price tag is an all-time low for the 64GB model. [SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick 32GB for Smartphones and Tablets, $35]

Stick-anywhere motion-sensing lights are perfect for dark hallways, cabinets, and closets, and the more you buy today, the more you’ll save.

You can’t control these power outlets with your smartphone, or tie them to IFTTT recipes like the Belkin WeMo line, but they sell for a tiny fraction of the cost of their smarter brethren, and can be controlled from across the room via the included remote. It’s only a half-measure towards creating a smart home, to be sure, but they might be worth a look at the price. [3-Pack Etekcity Wireless Remote Control Electrical Outlet Light Switch, $14 with code GPMNXU4Z]

Water resistant Bluetooth speakers are great for camping trips, or just for singing in the shower, and we’ve got deals on two of them today. One is a Gizmodo favorite, and a member of the distinguished UE line of speakers. The other costs $19, won’t sound quite as good. But still; it’s a wireless speaker that you can get wet. That’s really cool!

UE ROLL 360 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker ($70) | Amazon

Omaker M4 Water Resistant Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker ($19) | Amazon | Use code EJR9K46Y

This seemingly-basic remote might not look like much at first blush, but it can actually control eight of your favorite home theater devices, and even turn your smartphone into a universal remote as well.


You’re probably used to seeing Logitech Harmony remotes with screens built-in, but it turns out that you already carry a much better screen in your pocket. So in addition to controlling your TV, cable box, game console, stereo, and more from the remote itself, the Logitech Harmony Smart Control can now do the same from your iPhone or Android from anywhere in the house. That’s especially handy when your favorite show is about to start and you can’t find the remote anywhere. Today’s $70 deal is the best is a match for the best we’ve ever seen, but I’d expect it to sell out quickly. [Logitech Harmony Smart Control with Smartphone App and Simple Remote, $70]

Yep, this really is 100 Velcro cable ties for $3. I can’t think of a reason why you wouldn’t buy this, unless of course you already own a pack. [100x Reusable Nylon Velcro Cable Ties, $3]

Inversion tables are great for relieving back pain and strengthening your core, and this 4.5 star-rated Teeter model is down to $230 today, or more than 50% off its usual price. Just note that it’s a Gold Box deal, meaning this price is only available today, or until sold out. [Teeter EP-560 Ltd. Inversion Table with Back Pain Relief Kit and Bonus Accessories, $230]

Today you can grab a Fitbit Aria smart scale on eBay for an all-time low $75, and with no tax for most. The Aria will give you your weight, BMI, and body fat % and of course sync them to your Fitbit app to track changes over time. [Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Weight/Body Fat/BMI Digital Smart Scale, $75]

Despite the extremely low price, this 1080p dashcam has really solid Amazon reviews, and the sample videos and video stills uploaded by reviewers look perfectly serviceable. It’ll even automatically detect accidents, and lock the footage accordingly. [DBPOWER Ultra thin HD Dash Cam, $30 with code L2EEUTNM]

Presidents’ Day is one of the best days of the year to save on new clothes, and we’ve rounded up the best sales from major retailers around the web.

If you buy an Xbox One bundle from Best Buy today, they’ll toss in a $100 gift card to help you start your game and accessory collection. [Get a $100 Gift Card with Purchase of Any Xbox One System at Best Buy]

If your gas station of choice is operated by ExxonMobil, this discounted gift card essentially amounts to eight free dollars. These days, that’s like five free gallons of gas! [$100 ExxonMobil Gift Card, $92]

If you don’t currently own something that can slice julienne vegetables, you really don’t have any reason not to buy this $5 peeler. [X-Chef Stainless Steel Dual Julienne & Vegetable Peeler, with Cleaning Brush & Blade Guard, $5]

If you hurry, Amazon’s selling your undisputed favorite travel mug, the Contigo Autoseal West Loop, for just $15 in black, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen, and a solid discount from its usual $18-$20. Just be sure to grab one before the deal cools off. [Contigo Autoseal West Loop, Black, $15]

Apple’s expansive (and expensive) iPad Pro is finally starting to get some discounts, and today, you can save $100 on the base 32GB Wi-Fi model, or $150 off the 128GB model. Those are the best deals we’ve seen to date. [Apple iPad Pro, $700-$800]

If you enjoy cooking, and you don’t own a KitchenAid mixer, it’s a pretty safe assumption that you want one. You can pick up a refurb of the KitchenAid Artisan on eBay today in a spectrum of colors for just $170, one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. [Refurb KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, $170]

If you ever pay for iOS apps, movies, music, or iCloud storage with your credit card, you’re throwing money down the drain. Instead, stock up on iTunes gift cards at a 20% discount. [$50 iTunes Gift Card, $40]





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