We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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Yes, it’s happening again. Nordstrom Rack has brought back their Clear the Rack sale and it’s full (and I mean FULL) of really incredible deals. Designer clothing, brands you’ve never heard of, everything in clearance an extra 25% off their already discounted prices.
RTIC’s Soft Packs are our readers’ favorite coolers, and the newly redesigned models are back on sale for the first time in months, if you’ve had them on your wish list, or if you want to give them as a gift this holiday season.
The smallest RTIC 20, which can hold 20 cans plus ice, is down to just $88, from its usual $110. The RTIC 30 and the massive RTIC 40 are also down to their best prices since the holiday shopping season.
I personally own the 20, and I can tell you from experience that it really does keep ice frozen for days on end. These coolers hardly ever go on sale though, so grab one before this deal melts away.
Cosmetically, the PowerCore II look very similar to the original PowerCores, but with more precise eight-dot charge indicators so you know how much juice you have left. But inside, they’ve been upgraded with Anker’s new PowerIQ 2.0 charging technology, which delivers the fastest possible charging speed to your devices, including Quick Charge-compatible phones. That speed works both ways, as the entire battery will recharge in five hours if you plug them into a QC wall charger.
Our readers voted Anker’s SoundBuds Slims as their favorite affordable Bluetooth headphones, but we may need a recount, as Anker recently released the upgraded SoundBuds Slim+, on sale for just $22 today with promo code LGVDRPV3.
The biggest change from the original model is the inclusion of AptX encoding, which should improve sound quality with compatible devices. Anker also claims that waterproofing has been improved, though they’re both still rated as IPX5, so any change on that front is likely modest. One thing that hasn’t changed: the seven hour battery, which is excellent for earbuds of this size.
Cuphead is simultaneously one of the best looking and most brutally challenging games of 2017, and you can pick up an Xbox One/PC download from Amazon today for $17. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
While most mechanical gaming keyboards look like props from a Transformers movie, Logitech’s G610 would look right at home in a nondescript office, and Amazon’s offering up the red switch models for an all-time low $60 today, which is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any keyboard with genuine Cherry MX key switches.
Despite the nondescript look, the G610 still includes per-key customizable backlighting and programmable macros, so you should be able to get a lot out of it.
Can’t remember what a red switch is? Lifehacker has a great explainer.
Hang up some new data-driven wall art for about half the price with these Pop Chart Lab posters from Woot. They have several alcohol-related posters, like beer and whiskey infographics, 99 bottles of beer scratch-off chart, in addition to the history of space travel, and more (scroll to the bottom). They’re all between $15 and $19, and the exact same posters are selling for around $30 on Pop Chart Lab’s website.
As with all Woot deals, Amazon Prime members will get free shipping, and non-members will pay $5.
Get your pup in on the biggest trend of the last 5 years by picking up this memory foam dog bed. Featuring 5" gel-enhanced memory foam, today only, grab a small for $56, a medium for $74, or a large for $105, in a ton of colors and patterns. Give your good dog what they really deserve.
If you own a Nintendo Switch, buying a copy of Super Mario Odyssey is basically a requirement. If you don’t have yours yet, Amazon’s offering a rare discount down to $49 today on both the physical and digital version, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen. If you buy the digital code, you’ll also get 300 Nintendo Gold coins, worth $3 on the eShop, versus just 60 coins from the physical version.
Even if you don’t do much DIY work, you should probably have a screwdriver extension shaft in your toolbox. These let you access awkwardly placed screws that regular screwdrivers can’t reach, and this $10 one even comes with a full set of bits.