Today's Best Deals: Bluetooth Headphones, Workout Gear, MacBooks, More

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Here are our favorite deals from around the web, but as always, you can find a lot more here. Let us know in the comments what else you'd like to see in this post in the future!

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Yesterday, we posted a deal on a receiver that could add Bluetooth streaming to your old audio systems for just $9. That deal is still available (with code 4WK8549F), but if you want to spend a few more bucks, this model from Aukey includes a built-in battery so you can unhook from the wall for several hours at a time. You could even use it to turn your favorite pair of headphones into Bluetooth headphones. [Aukey Portable Bluetooth 3.0 Audio Receiver, $15 with code L3F3T3CD]

If you're only interested in Bluetooth headphones, this set has solid reviews, and an absurdly low price tag. [Ausdom S02 Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, $20 with code S002S004]

Update: Whoops, looks like that code is dead. Instead, check out the highly-rated Soundpeats Qy7 Bluetooth earbuds, which are down to $30 right now.

Buried under the news of Apple's razor-thin new MacBook was a small update to the existing MacBook Air line and the 13" MacBook Pro. If you don't care about the minor spec bumps (or the new trackpad in the case of the Pro), you can get great deals on the previous generation models today from Best Buy, with an extra $50 discount if you can provide them with a .edu email address.

If you can't get the student discount, Amazon has the same deals running on the Airs as well.

Much of the country is finally starting to thaw out, which means it's time to go outside and work off your winter blubber. Luckily, Amazon's New Balance running shoes and active wear from several brands deeply discounted today.

Unfortunately, you have to keep your house stocked with cleaning supplies, but the least you can do is save money on them.

Today at Target, if you can get $10 off any $40 purchase of select household essentials, including laundry detergent, toilet wands, disinfecting wipes, dishwasher soap, and more. You shouldn't have any trouble finding $40 worth of stuff that you'll eventually use no matter what, so this is a great chance to save. [$1o off $40 in Select Household Essentials]

The humble and inexpensive cast iron skillet is one of most important pieces of cooking gear you can own, and Lodge's highly-rated 10" model is only $15 today. If you don't own one, you should have no hesitation. [Lodge LCS3 Pre-Seasoned 10-inch Cast-Iron Chef's Skillet, $15]

The problem with TV, whether it comes from a cable company or an antenna, is that it's stuck on your TV. If you run your signal through this ethernet-connected HDHomeRun TV tuner, you'll be able to watch it live on all of your devices, anywhere on your home network. That's a whole lot easier than setting up a cable drop in your bathroom. [SiliconDust HDHomeRun Prime 3-Tuner Network TV Tuner, $95]

Update: This model does not actually work with antennas. If you use an OTA antenna, you'll want this one instead.

Need more convincing? A variation of this same device was Lifehacker readers' favorite TV tuner.

If your car has a built-in USB port, it almost certainly charges your gadgets slower than you're used to. That won't be a problem for these.

If your phone is your primary camera, it's not a bad idea to keep a remote shutter handy for self portraits (not selfies!). We admittedly don't know much about this $2 model on eBay, but it looks identical to several on Amazon that have decent reviews, so I would assume they're all coming from the same place in China, and being stamped with various logos. At $2, you don't have much to lose. [Bluetooth Camera Shutter Remote, $2]

Awhile back, you voted the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate as your favorite gaming keyboard by a wide margin, and Amazon has it for just $90 today. That's the best price we've ever seen on this model, so don't hesitate if you take your gaming seriously. [Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, $90]

If you ever stumble around your house at night looking for the light switch, do yourself a favor and pick up a few of these handy motion-sensing LED night lights today.

I have a couple of these around the house, and they're incredibly convenient. While their adhesive pads allow them to go anywhere, I'd start with the baseboards of your bedroom, inside dim closets, or in the hallway between your bedroom and the bathroom. They'll light up automatically when you move within 10 feet of them, and shut themselves off once you're gone.

Today on Amazon, you can get two for $20, which is nearly a BOGO deal.

OxyLED is running a similar promotion on a couple of outdoor security lights as well. The concept is the same, but since they're solar powered, you won't even need to worry about batteries.

Treadmill desks are great for your health, but bad for your wallet. If you've been waiting for a good price, the LifeSpan Treadmill Desk is about $300 off its usual price. It doesn't dip this low very often, so run, don't walk, to get the deal. [LifeSpan TR800-DT5 Desktop Treadmill, $1005]

The most popular cancelled-after-one-season show in the Verse has its own board game, and it's down to $32 today, which is near an all-time low. I can't say I've played it, but it has fantastic user reviews. Here's what you can expect:

In Firefly: The Game, players captain their own Firefly-class transport ship, traveling the 'Verse with a handpicked crew of fighters, mechanics and other travelers. As a captain desperate for work, players are compelled to take on any job - so long as it pays. Double-dealing employers, heavy-handed Alliance patrols and marauding Reavers are all in a day's work for a ship's captain at the edge of the 'Verse.

Sounds pretty shiny. [Firefly: The Game, $32]

If this USB charger doesn't have enough ports to keep all of your devices powered up, well, you might have a problem. Even if it's overkill for home, I could see this coming in handy in conference rooms, or while traveling. [Sabrent 60 Watt (12 Amp) 10-Port Desktop USB Rapid Chargerl, $23 with code SWTPCS23]

If you still drive an old car without Bluetooth, or heaven forbid, even an AUX jack, an FM transmitter is probably your best bet to get your phone's audio onto your sound system. Luckily, these two options from iClever have great reviews, and are very affordable today.

The $29 model is Bluetooth to FM, so everything remains gloriously wireless. But if you don't mind plugging and unplugging an AUX cable into your phone every time you drive, the $22 version will work just as well.

Another Groupon sitewide code has created one of the better PS4 bundle deals we've seen so far. [ PS4 500GB Game System with The Last of Us: Remastered and Wired Headset, $360 with code TAXHACK10]

If you just need the headset, that's an option too. [Sony Silver Wired Headset, $31 with code TAXHACK10]

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