Simplehuman discounts, a huge Amazon outerwear sale, and Sony Bluetooth over-ears lead off Saturday’s best deals.
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Risk Legacy isn’t the somewhat boring and long-winded Risk game you’re familiar with. No, it’s a game with real stakes and consequences: You’ll draw on the board, rip up cards, and make decisions that can’t be undone over the course of your playing sessions. The man in black on Westworld should have just played this instead of looking for the maze.
It’s never been cheaper on Amazon, and it might just be the most fun you’ll have throughout 2017.
Simplehuman takes mundane household objects like trash cans, shower caddies, toilet brushes, and paper towel holders, and turns them into functional works of art.
Art comes at a price though, and simplehuman will never be mistaken for a value brand. That said, if you’ve had your eye on any of the company’s wares, a bunch of their most popular products are back on sale, if you missed out on Black Friday. Even if you can’t stomach spending this kind of money on yourself, these would all make great, functional gifts.
There are too many deals to list here, but head over to this post to find them all.
The weather outside is finally getting frightful, but you can bundle up with Amazon’s newest one-day sale on outerwear. Inside, you’ll find jackets and coats from the likes of Columbia, Under Armour, Adidas, High Sierra, and more, with several available for under $20.
Just note that like all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, and the best stuff could sell out early.
It’s 2016, and your headphones don’t need wires anymore. Luckily, Amazon’s offering up Sony’s popular and well-reviewed MDRXB950BT Bluetooth over-ears for $88 today, matching their Black Friday deal for anyone that missed it. Not only is that an all-time low, it’s actually a whopping $60-$110 off its usual price.
Ports are disappearing from laptops faster than glaciers from the arctic, but you can stem the tide with this $63 breakout box from Sabrent. Just plug in a single USB 3.0 cable to give your computer a ton of extra USB ports, gigabit ethernet, and even HDMI and DVI outputs to drive two displays simultaneously.
You might not have an immediate need for a pressure washer, but if you own a home, it’s a useful thing to stash in the back or your garage. This 1,500PSI model from GreenWorks is down to $63 today as part of an Amazon Gold Box deal, which is an all-time low for this model, and one of the best deals we’ve ever seen on any pressure washer.
Rather than explain anything about this discounted pop-up badminton set, I’m just going to leave you with that delightful video above.
I don’t know if bamboo cutting boards are the most practical cutting boards, but they’re definitely the most aesthetically pleasing, so of course, Amazon made their own. Get a set of three for just $13.
Unlike this week’s earlier gadget repair kit deal, this 54-bit screwdriver kit doesn’t include a suction cup or spudgers, so it’s not ideal for smartphones. That said, it includes just about every bit you could ever need for most laptop repairs, and also a detachable snake attachment for use in tight corners.
Ninja’s new high-end coffee maker has all the bells and whistles you could want in a coffee machine, and you can pick one up for $100, the best price we’ve ever seen.
The headlining feature here is Ninja’s Auto-iQ system, which automatically adjusts the water level based on the brew size and type you select, but you’ll also get a permanent filter, milk frother and tumbler in the box.
Smartwatches are dying, so it’s okay to go back to watches that look nice. Today only, Amazon’s discounting dozens of popular men’s watches from Casio, Citizen, Fossil, and more. Even if your wrist is already occupied, these could make great gifts.
Whether you’re starting or expanding your collection, Amazon’s running a great deal today on your favorite rechargeable batteries.
$28 gets you the newer Eneloop Power Pack, which comes with a charger, 10 AAs, and four AAAs. That’s two more of each type than the old Power Pack (still available for $33), though you won’t get any C or D spacers, which is a bummer. Still, that should be enough batteries to keep most of your electronics humming along, and $28 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed.
If your current phone has seen better days, Verizon’s running a pretty incredible deal on top-of-the-line handsets right now, with relatively few strings attached.
For a limited time, you can get an iPhone 7 for just $10/month for 24 months (add $5 for each additional storage tier, and for the 7 Plus). Same goes for the Google Pixel and the Galaxy S7. If you have an eligible phone to trade-in (basically, a 2015 or newer flagship), you can even get them for free, but you don’t have to trade in a device to get the discount.
Let’s take the 32GB iPhone 7, as an example. You’d pay $10 over 24 months, and own the phone outright at the end for $240. If you bought it upfront today, it’d cost you $650. Obviously, you’ll need to maintain Verizon service in good standing over that two year period, as the discount is paid out over time as a monthly bill credit, but otherwise, there really aren’t any catches here. This isn’t even one of those switcher promotions; current customers are also eligible for the same discounts.
My mom and sister are on a Verizon shared plan with me, and they both upgraded from their old iPhones earlier today, despite consistent (and to me, baffling) resistance over the past few months to do so. If they can upgrade, so can you.
RAVPower shrunk its 12,000mAh battery pack to fit in most pockets, and it can be yours for $19, an all-time low. Even if you’re all set on battery packs (a safe bet if you read this site regularly), this would be a great stocking stuffer.
You like food, I like food, everyone likes food. If you particularly like food from Panera, TGI Fridays, Chili’s, Macaroni Grill, On The Border, and/or Maggiano’s, Amazon has a gift card deal for you today. These also make for great last minute gifts; who doesn’t like getting a free meal?
Update: Panera sold out
Just be sure to select the $50 option on the product page, and enter the appropriate promo code at checkout.
Anki Overdrive is like slot cars for the smartphone age, and the starter set is marked down to $100 right now, which is $50 less than usual, and $20 less than even its Black Friday price. If it looks familiar, it’s because you probably played with it at an Apple Store.
You might not need to use it often, but a car inverter is one of those “just in case” things that you should always keep in your trunk or glove box. At $20 with code AUCAR3WP, why not?
We see deals on WeMo switches and TP-Link Smart Plugs on a pretty regular basis, but this similar product from Koogeek is Apple HomeKit certified, and only $28 today.
Like those other smart switches, the Koogeek Wi-Fi Smart Plug includes an app for turning your electronics on and off, and putting them on a schedule. The key difference here is that you can also control it with Siri from your phone, or from Control Center in iOS 10. That’s a big deal if you’re an iPhone owner, and with promo code TXYZSAZX, you’re not even paying a premium for it.
There’s always that person that wears an ugly Christmas sweater for the holidays, and that person could be you. Be prepared to be super embarrassing this year with Amazon’s sale on festive holiday sweaters. There are also some more PG-rated ones for the kids, which seems much more appropriate.
Rubbermaid 2-Piece FreshWorks Produce Saver Set
While supplies last (which, if history is any indication, won’t be long), you can get a 17 cup and 2.5 cup RubberMaid FreshWorks container for just $14. These went down to an all-time low $12 a few months ago, but sold out ridiculously fast. So if you’re still thinking about grabbing a set, now’s the time.
These recently became one of the fastest products to ever reach our Bestseller pantheon, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from our readers.
The Cabeau Evolution was your favorite travel pillow (by a long shot), and following last weekend’s deal on the original model, you can now save 20% on the company’s “Cool” model as well.
Like the original Evolution, the Evolution Cool is made of memory foam, and wraps all the way around your neck to provide support if your head nods off to the side while you’re traveling. The key difference is the integrated vent running along the middle of the pillow, which should keep your neck from getting too sweaty.
If you have any long trips on the horizon, you can save 20% on all four colors today with promo code WSUDKC3V. Cabeau’s pillows almost never go on sale, so if you’ve had one on your wish list, this is a great opportunity.
Finally, someone made the Glow Bowl, but for everywhere else in your home. This motion-sensing light strip is billed as an under-bed night light, but you could just as easily attach it under your bathroom counter, along a railing, beneath your baby’s crib, or anywhere else you might need to venture in the middle of the night. For a limited time, you can get one for just $18 with code SJMFQK08.
iClever’s BoostCube line is The Wirecutter’s pick for best travel-friendly USB charger, and for a limited time, you can get one for just $4 with code ICLEVER0, in either black or white. Needless to say, these would make great little stocking stuffers.
To celebrate the holidays, Amazon’s offering a pretty spectacular deal on a few dozen grocery and household essentials: Buy $75, save $25 at checkout. So if you need Red Bull, trash bags, San Pellegrino, or over-the-counter medications that are included in this promotion, $25 is a pretty spectacular discount, and you won’t even have to drive to the store.
Anker’s home goods brand, Eufy, put its new set of copper string lights back on sale today for their lowest price ever, complete with adjustable brightness and multiple effects. A version of these lights without the remote was on sale for $7 last week, but the remote’s convenience and added lighting options make it well worth the price premium.
Hot off the heels of its $10-off-$25 physical book sale last weekend, Amazon’s now taking $5 off any $15 book purchase (including multiple, cheaper books) with promo code GIFTBOOK.
Just like last time, this deal excludes Kindle titles and audiobooks, but if there are any commemorative coffee table-type books or collector’s editions that you’ve been eyeing, this is a great opportunity. Just choose carefully; you can only use the code once per account.
- AUKEY Quick Charge 3.0 20000mAh Portable Charger, Lightning & Micro-USB Input | $30 | Amazon | Use code MOSR9292
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