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These days, you probably charge as many things over USB as you do over standard AC outlets, so it only makes sense to add some semi-permanent USB ports to your home.


Today on Amazon, you can get highly-rated duplex receptacles with a pair of USB ports for $19 each, an all-time low. These have proven very popular with readers in the past, even at higher prices, so be sure to secure a few before Amazon sells out. [Leviton T5632-W 15-Amp USB Charger/Tamper Resistant Duplex Receptacle, $19]

Smartphone camera lens attachments have been around for years, but I’ve always held off because I didn’t want to use a specific case on my phone, or pay for a new set of lenses every time I bought a new device. This solution from Mpow though seems to be a more versatile alternative, and looks like an awesome option at $12.


Unlike most lens add-ons, Mpow’s 3-in-1 kit uses a clamp to attach to your device, which means it should work with virtually any smartphone. Once that clip’s in place, you get to choose from three different lenses: Fisheye, wide angle, and macro. A lot of Amazon reviewers have uploaded sample photos, and they look pretty great to my eyes, particularly the close-up macros.

The whole system is very reasonably priced at $16, but today you can use promo code ZJ7E597Z to save an extra $4. [Mpow 3-in-1 Supreme Smartphone Lens Kit, $12 with code ZJ7E597Z]

If you have anything on your shopping list that you could buy from, they just launched two of the best deals on external hard drives we’ve ever seen. You’ve got two options here: A 4TB WD My Book with a $50 Dell gift card for $130, or a 1TB WD My Passport Ultra for $60 plus a $25 gift card.

Note: Gift cards should appear automatically in your cart.

Gift cards aside, those prices are pretty much what these drives normally sell for, so the Dell credit is just a very sweet cherry on top. Just remember that Dell promo gift cards expire 90 days after you receive them, but you can use them on anything Dell sells, including monitors, printers, computers, and even video games.

If you’re ready to upgrade your home theater to 4K, you can save over $200 off the usual price of this 50” VIZIO if you get it refurbished from Woot. It’s only available today though, so lock in your order quickly. [Refurb VIZIO 50” 4K Ultra HD 240Hz LED Smart TV with Wi-Fi, $565]

If you’re still using ugly CFL bulbs, or heaven forbid, energy-hogging incandescents, it’s time to transition to LED. Philips’ unique SlimStyle 60W equivalents are only $4 each today on Amazon, which is within a few cents of an all-time low. At that price, they’ll pay for themselves in the short term with energy savings, and in the long term with a lifespan that could stretch over multiple decades. Plus, many utility companies will pay you a buck or two for each bulb, if you submit a receipt.


A few caveats here; you can only buy three at a time, and they’re add-on items, meaning you’ll need to pad your cart up to $25 in order for Amazon to ship them. [Philips SlimStyle 60W Equivalent Soft White Dimmable LED Bulb, $4]

Home Depot also has 2-packs of Philips LED bulbs for $5 right now, but they aren’t dimmable.


And if you don’t care about getting “name brand” bulbs, this 6-pack of TCP LED bulbs is down to $24 right now as well. That’s basically the same price as the SlimStyles, but you won’t have to worry about the add-on shipping. I own a set of these, and they’ve been great. [TCP LED A19 - 60 Watt Equivalent Soft White, $24]

JLab’s Omni Bluetooth headphones almost always sell for $100 even, but today they’ve dropped all the way down to $60, an all-time low by a huge margin. With 15 hours of battery life, travel case, and folding design, that’s a great bargain. [Omni By JLab Premium Folding Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphone with Mic, $60]

Update: Office Depot has them even cheaper at $50.

Amazon seems to be experimenting with a Prime-only discount program on video games, with several notable games available today at special discounts. Don’t have Prime? Sign up for a free trial here.

I want to make it clear that I don’t condone the use of selfie sticks in public places, but if you just have to have one, Amazon’s selling a Bluetooth model for just $14, today only. [New Generation Selfie Stick, $14]

Pick up the Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle for $30 off today, plus no tax and free shipping for most. I’m several hours in on the PS4 version and it’s great so far. [Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle, $370]

In addition to looking awesome, these touchscreen deadbolts will alert you when someone is trying to break in, and lets you create temporary passcodes for pet sitters and temporary guests without schlepping to Home Depot to make a new key. You can get yours for just $140 today on Amazon as part of a Gold Box deal, and even choose from a number of different finishes to match your door. [Schlage Connect Touchscreen Deadbolts, $140]

Anybest’s Mop and Broom holder is Amazon’s #1 seller in the cutthroat “General Purpose Storage Rack Attachments” category, and you can own it today for just $10. [Anybest Mop and Broom Holder, $10 with code ANYBEST9]

Ninja’s 1500W Ultima blender has terrific reviews wherever you look, was one of your five favorite blenders, and is down to just $150 on Best Buy today, or roughly $50 less than usual. And since it’s a Ninja, you also get three single serve blending glasses that can lock into place if you don’t want to clean an entire 72 ounce pitcher. [Ninja Ultima 72Oz. Blender, $150]

At this point, it seems like Sony is basically just dumping their PlayStation TV inventory, but if you want to play Vita games on your TV, or are tempted by PlayStation Now’s catalog of old PS3 games, you can get one for a comically low $36 right now. [PlayStation TV, $36 with code GOOD10]

We’ve seen plenty of deals on sub-$20 gaming mice, but this is one of the first wireless models we’ve seen in that price neighborhood. Mpow’s Dragon Slayer mouse includes four-level adjustable DPI, three-color LED lighting, and several function buttons that can switch between gaming and video control modes. [Mpow Dragon Slayer Wireless Gaming Mouse, $15 with code TN6DCDN9]

T-fal’s rarely-discounted Ultraglide Easycord clothes iron is The Sweethome’s favorite iron, and marked down to an all-time low $35 right now on Amazon. [T-fal Ultraglide Easycord Iron, $35]

If you still haven’t picked up a pair of Bluetooth earbuds, you’ve got two great options today. The JayBird BlueBuds are one of the most popular options for audiophiles, and at $110 they’ve never been cheaper, but the $20 TaoTronics earbuds have great reviews, and are a great option for anyone on a budget.

JayBird BlueBuds X Sport Bluetooth Headphones ($110) | Amazon

TaoTronics Bluetooth Wireless Earphones Sport Headphones ($20) | Amazon | Promo code WBUKUE7S

Truth, justice, and...Mother Russia? What would Superman have looked like if he was raised in the Soviet Union? You’ll find out in the complete Superman: Red Son compendium, available on Amazon today for just $11.

SUPERMAN: RED SON is a vivid tale of Cold War paranoia, that reveals how the ship carrying the infant who would later be known as Superman lands in the midst of the 1950s Soviet Union. Raised on a collective, the infant grows up and becomes a symbol to the Soviet people, and the world changes drastically from what we know - bringing Superman into conflict with Batman, Lex Luthor and many others.

[Superman: Red Son (New Edition), $11]

If your iTunes balance is running low, here’s another chance to save 20% on a $50 refill card. If you ever buy apps, shows, movies, music, books, or iCloud storage from Apple, this is basically free money. And if you sign up for Apple Music today, its $10/month subscription fee will draw from the same account. [$50 iTunes Gift Card, $40]





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