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Sony’s MDRV6 Studio Monitor Headphones are some of the oldest still-relevant headphones on the market, and have always been one of the best values in the space. Their step-up model, the Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone, were the runner-up for Best Headphones on Kinja Co-Op and a contender on Lifehacker’s 2012 Hive Five.

Today’s Gold Box deal is one of the lowest prices ever listed, and unlikely to last through the day. [Sony MDRV6 Studio Monitor Headphones with CCAW Voice Coil, $55]

Whether this deal had already been planned, or is meant to distract from Amazon’s interesting weekend, I don’t know. What I do know is that $69 is the cheapest price they’ve ever offered on a Fire HD tablet, and a hell of a deal for anyone who could use an extra screen in their arsenal.

The Fire HD 6 is the smallest tablet in Amazon’s lineup, but it still packs surprisingly-capable guts, making it perfect as a mobile video streaming or gaming device. If you have kids, this should at least keep them quiet in the car, and the ruggedized and warranty-packing Kids Edition is also $30 off, if you think you need the extra protection.

Amazon Fire HD 6 ($69) | Amazon | Today only

Amazon Fire HD 6 Kids Edition ($119) | Amazon | Today only

If you happen to use things like trash bags, paper towels, or laundry detergent in your home (a stretch, I know, but bear with me), Target is currently taking $15 off when you spend $50 on hundreds of select household essentials. [Save $15 on $50 in Household Essentials at Target]

If your iTunes balance is running low, here’s another chance to save 20% on refill cards. 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 months, your renewal will automatically draw from your iTunes account. [Get 20% Off iTunes Gift Cards]

Intocircuit’s Power Castle line of chargers is one of the most popular on the market, and their 11,200mAh model is down to $13 today. That’s a great price for 3-4 full smartphone charges. [Intocircuit 11200mAh Dual USB Portable External Battery, $13 with code EWABW9UB]

Want to experiment with a fitness tracker, and don’t particularly care which one you get? Groupon is currently offering fitness tracking mystery boxes for $36 each, after code EXTRA. Inside, you’ll receive a minimum of two items from the likes of Jawbone, Skechers, Bowflex, and Garmin, but you won’t know exactly what you’re getting until you open the box.


If you’re extremely picky, this isn’t for you, but $36 is a great price for just about any mainstream fitness tracker, so it might be worth the risk. [Fitness Tracking Mystery Box, $36 with code EXTRA]

Standard-length Lightning cables are fine for your nightstand or desk, but I prefer short, tangle-free alternatives like these for my travel bag. [2-Pack 8” Lightning Cables, $16 with code LHD93YCI]

More Lightning Cable Deals:

6’ Lightning Cable ($10) | Amazon | Promo code 25L4O55V

2.3’ Retractable Lightning Cable ($10) | Amazon | Promo code 697LUAV7

If you live near a Sam’s Club, but the membership fee has scared you off from joining, this might change your tune. LivingSocial is currently selling a one-year Sam’s Plus membership, a $20 gift card, and vouchers for select fresh food items for just $45.


The Plus membership alone (which lets you get into the store early, access special deals, and earn cash back) normally costs $100, and the gift card is as good as cash, so this is an insane value if you like to buy in bulk. [1 Year Sam’s Club Membership, $20 Sam’s Club Gift Card, Fresh Food Coupons, More, $45]

The Oontz Curve is the Wirecutter’s favorite super-cheap Bluetooth speaker, and you can grab one today for just $18, within $1 of an all-time low. [Oontz Curve Bluetooth Speaker, $18]

If the Curve sells out, or if there’s just something about it that you don’t like, here’s another great option. [Mpow Cannon Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Mini Speaker, $18 with code HTS46EGV]

Before you set off on your next camping trip, here are two cheap items to make life off the grid a little easier.

Titanium Spork ($10) | Amazon

Dpower Foldable Camping Stove with Piezo Ignition ($14) | Amazon | Promo code AMAZPLG7

The highly-rated and uniquely-designed MEElectronics Atlas on-ear headphones are marked down to just $20-$25 today, depending on the color. That’s the best price we’ve ever seen, and an absolute steal for headphones this popular. [MEElectronics Atlas Headphones, $20-$25]

Shadow of Mordor was one of the best games of 2014, and if you still haven’t picked it up, the Game of the Year Edition is on sale for an all-time low $30 today on PS4 and Xbox One. That’s about the same price as the standard edition, so you’re basically getting all of the DLC for free. [Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year, $30]

Want to feel intensely uneasy for two hours? I can’t recommend Under The Skin highly enough! [Under The Skin, $10]

Cordless hand vacs are great for detail cleaning your house, but they’re particularly handy when you need to vacuum your car. If you don’t already own one, this highly rated Black & Decker model is down to $40 today (discount shown at checkout), an all-time low. [BLACK + DECKER CHV1410L 16 volt Lithium Cordless Dust Buster Hand Vac, $40. $10 discount shown at checkout.]

The world’s most spacious microSD card is still fairly expensive on a per-gigabyte basis, but today’s deal is the best we’ve seen by over $10, and well below its usual $250 price tag. [SanDisk 200GB microSD Card, $220]





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