We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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Even if you don’t need new stuff for your house, you’ll definitely find something you want in this huge Wayfair sale. All weekend long, they’re taking up to 70% off patio furniture, area rugs, mattresses, decor, living room furniture, kitchen stuff, and more.
There are thousands of products to pick from so head over to Wayfair and check it all out for yourself.
If you aren’t familiar, IPS displays boast superior color accuracy and viewing angles compared to the TN panels you’ll find in most inexpensive 4K monitors. I own the 24” model of this exact monitor, and I absolutely love it, just make sure your computer is powerful enough to drive it.
An SSD is the best upgrade you can buy for your computer, but it doesn’t have to be expensive. This 256GB model from HP is down to just $55 right now on Walmart, so go ahead and make the switch. You could also throw it (or your discarded hard drive) into a cheap enclosure to use it as external storage.
If you have any inkling that you might be interested in 3D printing, these Monoprice deal is as good as it gets. Score their v2 entry-level mini printer for just $175 with promo code MINI25, while they last. Or, if you want a larger build area and much finer resolution (.02mm vs. .1mm), the Ultimate model is $220 off as well with promo code ULT220, bringing it down to $480.
Our deal researcher Corey is our resident 3D printing expert, and he had this to say about a similar Monoprice printer.
I own that. I think it is the best starter 3D printer available. Prints ABS, PLA, Copoly, and several other filaments. Expect to tweak it to get the results you want, but also expect more capabilities than its price warrants.
The UE Boom 2 is the waterproof sequel for one of the best Bluetooth speakers of all time, and Amazon’s marked it down to $75 today, the best price we’ve ever seen. You even get to pick from four different designs.
Hands down, Nespresso is the easiest way to make decent espresso at home, and their high-end VertuoLine model will make regular coffee too. The whole set is down to $100 refurbished on Woot today, complete with the latest Aeroccino milk frother. That’s over $75 less than buying it new, and a great upgrade if you’re used to Keurig-style coffee.
For $55 (queen) or $60 (king), you’ll get two My Pillows with either medium fill, firm fill, or one of each. That’s not much more than you’d normally expect to pay for one of these pillows. These aren’t exactly the same as the pillows that won our Co-op—they’re gusseted, meaning there’s a piece of fabric stretching around the edge of the pillow, rather than the top and bottom being sewn into each other—but the patented fill is the same.
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Starting at $1,999 per person (with promo code TZWCPR), you’ll get roundtrip flights into Lisbon and out of Madrid, plus hotel nights and breakfasts in all of the following cities:
- 2 nights Lisbon
- 2 nights Seville
- 3 nights Torremolinos
- 1 night Granada
- 2 nights Madrid
Of course, all of your transfers are included, as our the services of an English-speaking tour guide, plus lunch and four dinners with wine, and more. Prices vary by your departure airport and date, but promo code TZWCPR will take $400 off per person, no matter where or when you leave.
The true summer months are fast approaching. If you have a camping trip planned and need to replace some gear that’s maybe past its expiration date, this Coleman Gold Box is for you. Tents, sleeping bags, coolers, camping chairs and more are discounted, with everything coming in under $130 (even this 6-person instant tent). A few of our picks are below, but head over to Amazon to see all of the deals.
Darn Tough lost out by barely a dozen votes to Smart Wool as your favorite socks, so if you’re a diehard Darn Tough fan, here’s a sale you can get on board with. Pick up two pairs of merino wool Darn Tough Hunter Socks for $36 on MassDrop, compared to the $24 you’d normally pay for a single pair. You can also add $2 at checkout to upgrade to extra cushioning, or an over-the-calf version.