PUMA’s one-day sale on Amazon, extra discounts on Nike clearance items, Marmot marked down at Backcountry, and more lead Monday’s best lifestyle deals.

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The Alice Through the Looking Glass Eyeshadow Palette by Urban Decay isn’t just pretty to look at. It’s packed with 20 exclusive, new shades of eyeshadows and is being marked down to only $34. That’s less than $2 a shadow.


Extra 25% off sale items wth code EXTRA25

When it comes to having a corner on the market, nothing really compares to Nike. And right now, they’re marking down sale items for men and women an extra 25% off when you use the code EXTRA25. Check out a bunch of items, from sneakers to running gear, to sweatpants, and hop on that sportswear bandwagon.

This PUMA sale may not be part of Black Friday Week on Amazon, but up to 50% off PUMA shoes, clothing, and more isn’t a sale to scoff at. This Gold Box is clothing-heavy, with more shoe choices for kids than adults, and full of sweatshirts and t-shirts that are so nice you’ll feel bad getting them sweaty. But this is a one-day thing, so don’t think you’ll have all week to decide.

Timberland is going IN on Black Friday deals. They have a nicely organized hub page laying out all the markdowns you can take advantage of. Check out discounts like an extra 30% off “weather-ready” styles, outerwear, and footwear for both men and women.

The cooler weather is coming, and it’s time to prepare. Backcountry is taking up to 25% off select new styles from Marmot. This includes everything you need in terms of outerwear, plus gear like tents, packs, and more.


Plus, if you don’t see anything you like from Patagonia, Backcountry is taking up to 35% off camping gear from other brands like Coleman, Fjallraven, Black Diamond, Mountain Hardwear, The North Face, and more.

And so it begins. Besides the markdown of Amazon Prime (which if you haven’t taken advantage of, what are you even doing?), Amazon is rolling out a bunch of great deals today. The site is taking 20% off on “select clothes, shoes, jewelry, watches, and more.” And by “select,” they mean basically everything. Discount is applied at checkout, so make sure you’re paying attention.


Imagine buying a coat or a new pair of boots, and having them show up on Monday, rather than two weeks from now. Buying from Amazon Fashion allows that, since Prime is available on most items.

 50% off select Levi’s styles | Free shipping on orders $100+ with code READY30

It’s not hard to see why Levi’s has been popular for over 160 years. The quality and craftsmanship hasn’t really faltered and that’s really what matters when it comes to denim. If you haven’t gotten yourself a pair of jeans that will last you just yet, take advantage of up to 50% off select Levi’s styles, plus free shipping with the code READY30 when you spend $100.

25% off Inkkas with code KINJA

Inkkas are based 0n keeping shoes fair trade, while maintaining a sense of style. If you’ve been considering trying out their incredibly diverse and vast selection of shoes, an exclusive 25% discount should sway you. Use the code KINJA and get your own pair of Inkkas today.

Inkkas creates sneakers and shoes for everyone. From fabric made in, and inspired, by Latin America (where almost every shoe is made) to super soft, premium leather, every style has been created to make a statement. I have a pair of the Mustang Leather High-Tops and they’re super comfortable to wear all day. They’re also a thousand times better looking than a lot of other high-top sneaker options out right now.

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Last week, Black Friday pricing started early on a 300W Samsung sound bar with a wireless subwoofer. But if $148 is a little more than you were hoping to spend, a 120W model was just knocked down to $83, an all-time low. Needless to say, either one would be a massive upgrade over your TV’s built-in speakers.

TCL’s 2016 4K TVs aren’t technological marvels, but they might just represent the best value in the TV world, and two separate 55" models are on sale for all-time low prices right now.

Today on Amazon, the TCL UP130 is down to $500, and the US5800 is just $400. They’re both 55", and they both include built-in Roku software, but the UP130 though includes an enhanced remote with a microphone, 802.11ac Wi-Fi (rather than 802.11n), and improved styling. As far as picture quality goes, they should be essentially identical, so it’s up to you whether the extra accoutrements are worth $100.

Amazon’s making you an offer you can’t refuse: The Godfather Collection includes remastered versions of all three Godfather films, plus a bonus disc full of special features, all for just $17 in today’s Gold Box. This set rarely dips below $30, so if you’ve been meaning to pick it up for yourself, or just have a film buff on your holiday shopping list, you won’t want to miss out.


While not nearly as good as the Prime-only deals we saw last month, if you’re in the market for a Kindle e-reader this holiday season, you can save $20-$30 today on three different models.


The $50 price point on the entry-level model brings it into impulse purchase range, but just remember that it doesn’t include a backlight. The $170 Voyage is really nice, and I own one myself, but it’s probably not worth the $70 price premium over the excellent Paperwhite.

If you don’t mind buying a refurb (and since they include a full warranty, you shouldn’t), you can also opt for a Paperwhite for $80, or a Voyage for $120, both excellent prices.

Jelly Comb Aluminum Laptop Stand, $28 with code S27TX5T

If Apple made a monitor stand, it would probably look a lot like this. It would also probably cost about $200, instead of $28.

Black Friday savings aren’t limited to big, fancy 4K monitors (like this one). If you’re in the market for basic 1080p screens to build-out a multi-monitor workstation, Amazon’s got you covered today.

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