Back in March, Private Internet Access (our readers’ favorite VPN service) raised its prices for the first time ever. And while our readers can still get an exclusive 3-years for $99 plan, they just lowered their other plans back to their old prices for a limited time.
The reason this is a big deal is that you can renew your membership as many times as you want at whatever price you originally paid. Once the prices go back to normal, you’ll still be locked into the lower rate.
Here are the new (old) promotional prices, along with what you’d normally pay:
- 1 month: $6.95 (down from $9.99)
- 1 year: $39.95 (up from $71.88)
Clearly, the annual plan is the sweet spot here if you don’t want to commit to the three-year plan, but $6.95/month for 10 simultaneous connections, clients for just about every conceivable device, and servers in 32 countries (foreign Netflix, anyone?). We aren’t sure when the prices will go back up, so you probably want to lock in your account ASAP.
Most USB-C Power Delivery battery packs we’ve seen so far have been designed to keep things like laptops charged on long flights. Anker’s newest, on the other hand, is built with portability in mind.
The new PowerCore 10000 PD is a 10,000mAh battery pack with an 18W USB-C Power Delivery port. That’s not as powerful as the standard 30W port, or the increasingly common 45W ports, but it’s fast enough to charge an iPhone from 0% to 50% in just 30 minutes with a compatible cable, and should be enough to at least keep your Nintendo Switch or a small laptop at the same charge level while you use it, even if it doesn’t actually charge them all that quickly.
For a limited time, you can add it to your bag (complete with a USB-C cable) for $30 with promo code ANKERPD335, down from the usual $46.
You probably think you’ve seen everything there is to see in the USB battery pack market by now. But not so fast, my friends.
This 10,000mAh battery pack from myCharge doubles as a Qi charging pad whether it’s plugged in or not, which is a pretty rare feature on its own. That means you can use it to top off your phone on the go, even if you forgot to bring a cable.
But what makes it truly unique is the fact that it can also recharge itself wirelessly, and pass that charge through to your phone. You just set it face up on a Qi charging pad to recharge the battery, then set your phone on top of the battery pack to charge it wirelessly. Chargeception, y’all. Get it for an all-time low $52 by clipping the $5 coupon.
RAVPower, perhaps more than any other company, has been pushing the envelope on small, powerful USB-C chargers powered by next generation GaN components, rather than silicon.
Their latest and greatest is a 61W wall charger that’s only a fraction of the size of Apple’s 61W 13" MacBook Pro charger, and cheaper too. We’ve tried it over on The Inventory, and it really does charge things as quickly as Apple’s charger. Get it for $40 today with promo code KINJAPQC, and enjoy that extra space in your bag.
As Anker’s newest budget true wireless buds, there aren’t too many bells and whistles here, save for the ability for both earbuds to operate independently (many true wireless earbuds have one bud pair to the other, rather than both pairing to your phone), and Bluetooth 5.0, which ensures a rock solid connection from a longer distance.
The earbuds should play on for 3.5 hours on a charge, and the charging case includes 12 hours worth of battery life too for longer sessions. That’s not as much as some of Anker’s more expensive models, or higher-end options like Apple’s AirPods, but it’s honestly enough for most situations.
Our readers have bought thousands of rechargeable batteries over the years, so it’s safe to assume you guys have some rolling around in the back of a drawer somewhere in your house. You can start organizing them with this $18 storage case. It has 93 slots of varying shapes and sizes, so it will fit most battery types, and has a removable battery tester. Today’s price is a rare discount, and a few bucks less than the usual $20.
Why pay for an electric scooter by the minute when you can just buy one outright for the best price ever? The Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter can cruise at 15+ mph for over 18 miles, depending on conditions, and includes some nice quality-of-life features like a built-in headlight and taillight, and a regenerative braking system to extend your range.
At just $330 (the best price we’ve ever seen), it’s a better long term investment than the plague of electric scooters that befell our cities over the past year. Just don’t leave it in the middle of the damn sidewalk, please.
It’s hot outside, so be sure you’re staying hydrated in these sweltering temperatures with the Brita UltraMax Filtered Water Pitcher, now down to its lowest price ever at $28. This pitcher holds 18 cups of water, and features a spigot that makes pouring a cinch. Brita’s Longlast filter is included with the water dispenser, and it only needs to be changed every 6 months. Just be sure to drink up this deal before the price goes up.
When it comes to measuring the temperature of food, ThermoWorks is the be-all, end-all brand you can trust. And while we’re used to seeing individual ThermoWorks products on sale from time to time, today’s 15% off sitewide sale is extremely rare.
Reader-favorite Thermapens? Cheaper ThermoPops? The Smoke barbecue probe? The BlueDot? Even the laser-equipped (and hardly ever discounted) Thermapen IR? They’re all 15% off when you arrive at checkout.
If you want to do any electrical work around your house, you need to have a multimeter in your toolbox. This one’s only $9 today on Amazon, and boasts a 4.5 star rating from over 2,000 reviews. At that price, there’s no reason not to add it to your tool box. Hell, you should celebrate by adding some USB ports to your power receptacles, if you ask me.
Just please, be careful.
Are Cosmic Brownies the best brownies you can eat? Hell yeah. I mean, that is what you used to think when you looked in your lunch box and saw a pack when you were in the 2nd grade. If your parents only bought you snacks from Little Debbie, you know why these were a vital part of grade-school lunch. Relive your childhood and get six boxes (36 total) of Cosmic Brownies for $12. Shout out to all of the kids who first ate all of the candy pieces before the actual brownie.
Nothing says summer like sliding into a big, comfy, Instagram-ready Adirondack chair and enjoying the evening as the sun sets. Now, you can put them all over your patio or back yard for just $33 each, courtesy of Walmart. And if you want to enjoy them year-round, just add a fire pit.
Just note that to get free shipping, you’ll need to buy two of them to get over the $35 threshold, but you can also order online and pick one up in-store for free. They don’t come assembled, so they should fit just fine in the back of your car.
50% Off Your First KitNipBox | $10 | Amazon
Does your cat need to chill the F out? If you want your cat to learn how to keep themselves entertained, you can enrich their life with some new toys. Right now, you can get 50% off your first KitNipBox, for either a one-cat or multi-cat household. A single cat box includes five toys, treats, and/or other cat goodies, while the multi-cat box includes seven. If you like to support a good cause, KitNipBox donates a portion of their proceeds to shelters, rescues, and TNR (trap-neuter-release) efforts.
Just a quick reminder, this is a Gold Box deal, meaning it lasts for today only. Additionally, the 50% off discount only applies to your first KitNipBox, the next box will ship for full price.
Ecobee’s Switch+ is probably the smartest light switch in existence. It can control your lights via an ambient light sensor, a motion sensor, and (of course) a button, but it also has Alexa built in. Note that I didn’t say it works with Alexa, I mean it actually has a microphone and speaker inside, meaning it’s basically a wall-mounted Echo Dot.
If you have an Ecobee thermostat, it’ll also work as a remote temperature sensor, because why wouldn’t it? It almost always sells for $80 these days, but right now, it’s down to an all-time low $60 on Amazon.
If you’ve been looking for a way to make your backyard a little more colorful and interesting, look no further. You can get Honeywell LED Outdoor Color-Changing String Lights (24 feet) for only $30 on Amazon. To get that $20 off discount, you’ll just need to use the promo code DKQ2AZ8V at checkout. You can choose from six pre-set, color-changing functions: flash, strobe, pulse, dance, fade, and flicker. Depending on the party mood, you have your choice of 10 color options: red, green, blue, warm white, orange, yellow, light blue, pink, purple, and neon green.
There’s nothing sexy or exciting about this combo smoke and carbon monoxide detector from First Alert. It doesn’t have voice instructions, it doesn’t integrate with your smart home, and it doesn’t look as cool as a Nest Protect. But with over 2,000 reviews, it’s one of the top selling detectors for a reason, and if you don’t have enough in your home, this is the best price of the year.
I’m mostly posting it because I bought two of them for like $6 more each last week, and I’m a little salty about it.
Rubbermaid’s 12 quart food storage container is quite a bit larger than your typical kitchen container, but it’s great for storing things you want to keep a lot of like rice, or large items like fruits.
But what it’s perhaps most commonly used for is as a sous-vide cooking container. It can withstand temperatures up to 212 degrees, so it’s built for high water temperatures, and its large capacity means you’ll have room for plenty of steaks, veggies, or uh, Thanksgiving turkeys. You can even buy a third party hinged lid with a hole for your sous-vide circulator that will help retain heat.
Today’s price is within $1 of an all-time low, so spend your savings on food to cook (or store) in there.
Good gravy! That’s a great price on the OXO Good Grips 4-Cup Fat Separator. For just $10, this gadget will strain out any unwanted bits from your concoction, and its special stopper will prevent excess fat from entering the spout. Simply allow a few minutes for fat to rise to the top after pouring, then remove the stopper and pour out the good stuff. Finally, you can stock up on stock and gravy that’s at least a little on the healthier side.
Does your skin turn a nice tomato red after only five minutes of sun exposure? You better stock up on some sunscreen now before you’re assaulted by UV rays all summer long. Thankfully, a cult-favorite Japanese sunscreen is currently on sale.
You can get a regular bottle of Biore UV Watery Essence for $8, an extra large bottle (1.7x the normal size) for $15, or three of the regular sized bottles for $25. Those are some of the best prices we’ve seen, and while I realize the single bottle is a slightly better deal per ounce than the 3-pack or the extra large bottle, it does have a tendency to sell out, which is why we’re linking to all three options. The 50 SPF sunscreen is pretty literal to its name and is said to feel like water when applied to your skin.
Here’s what Shep McAllister had to say about it on The Inventory:
As far as sunscreen goes, the only thing I really knew about it was that I didn’t like it, and given the option, I would usually just opt to stay indoors until the UV index fell to around 3 or 4, or until someone invented a sunscreen pill, whichever came first.
That all changed when my wife introduced me to Biore Watery Essence sunscreen. It’s SPF 50 (the bare minimum for my needs, thank you very much), waterproof for 80 minutes, and feels like rubbing water on your skin. Cool to the touch, it rubs in effortlessly, and doesn’t come with the unpleasant smell or zincy stickiness of pretty much every other sunscreen I’ve used. About two minutes after putting it on, I’ve usually completely forgotten about it, which is a compliment of the highest order.
You are most likely overdue for a new toothbrush. If you can’t remember when you bought your current toothbrush, toss it out ASAP and order an electric one while it is on sale. You can get a Rechargeable Sonic Electric Toothbrush for only $16 on Amazon when you use the promo code P2B46FA3. There are five modes for this electric toothbrush, including one for everyday use, one for sensitive teeth, and one to promote gum health.
We might be approaching the last few weeks of summer, but that doesn’t mean you won’t still need shorts and button downs. You don’t have to pay full price on these summer essentials, though. Right now, you can stock up on shorts for between $12 and $27, during the Summer Short Sale, when you use the promo code SMSHORT. You can get long-sleeve and short-sleeve button downs for between $17 and $25 during the Button Down Blowout when you use the promo code BDB.
Kick up your heels in celebration of this sale on Cole Haan shoes for men and women. A selection of footwear—including sneakers, slip-ons, and oxfords—is on sale fore $99 or less, so score some quality shoes for summer, fall, and beyond at highly reasonable prices. Just don’t drag your feet; these deals will only last through tomorrow.
If you’re not wearing an item of clothing that’s branded with your favorite team’s name or logo, are you even a fan? Show your team spirit with up to 60% off at Fanatics, happening today only. You could opt to support your favorite for the World Series, or hey, just start football season early. But be sure to use promo code SPLASH to score the savings.
No matter what your skincare philosophy is, chances are you could use some of the very nice, good-smelling products made by Philosophy. And for one day only, you can get two Philosophy products for the price of one. Use promo code BOGO19 to take advantage of the brand’s buy-one-get-one-free deal, and if you spend $75 or more, you’ll get $20 toward your next product purchase. So go ahead and stock your bathroom now.
It’s time to reset your wardrobe for the upcoming new season, and PUMA’s is having a massive Private Sale with up to 70% off nearly 800 items, full of athleisure and sneakers. Let’s just say your wardrobe will look like it’s ready to hit the gym, even if you aren’t.
What better way to get ready for exercise-friendly summer weather than an extra 25% off Under Armour’s already affordable outlet? Pick up at least $100 worth of workout shirts, sweats, leggings, shoes, and more, and use promo code BTS25 at checkout to stack on the savings. If you do nothing else with this sale, at least replace your old underwear with Boxerjocks.
That Amazon gift card offer on Prime Day just wasn’t enticing enough for you, was it? If you’ve never bought an Amazon gift card on Amazon’s website before, you’re in luck. Yes, those of us who’ve picked up Amazon gift cards at the grocery store weren’t being dumb. Right now, when you buy $50 worth of Amazon gift cards, you’ll get a $15 credit to your Amazon account. It does not need to be one $50 gift card, you can get five $10 gift cards, 10 $5 gift cards, two $25 gift cards... you get the point. The gift cards just need to add up to $50 and need to be purchased in the same order.
In order to get your credit, you’ll need to use the promo code 19GIFTCARD or you can hit “apply code to your account” on the terms page for this promotion. The $15 credit will be applied to your account two to three days after the gift card or e-gift is sent. You can choose to set up an e-gift card delivery for a later date, it just needs to be sent by December 22, 2019.
Not to be confused with the tragic and pitiful Fantastic Beasts film franchise, this Harry Potter Magical Beasts board game looks fun enough to play in the Gryffindor Common Room. In this game, it is up to Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny to capture the magical beasts that have escaped and are wreaking havoc at Hogwarts. The Harry Potter Magical Beasts Board Game features a swinging game board and a variety of clues that players need to collect in order to capture a magical creature.
If you didn’t buy enough years for $40 back on Black Friday or Prime Day, you can get the exact same price today on PlayStation Plus from eBay today in celebration of E3. If you own a PlayStation 4, or are planning to buy one soon, the only question is how many of these membership years you should buy, not whether you should buy them.
- Verbatim 32GB USB 3.0 Store ‘n’ Go V3 Flash Drive | $8 | Amazon
- Lexar Professional 1667x 256GB SDXC UHS-II/U3 Card | $66 | Amazon
- USB C 30W PD Wall Charger with USB C Cable 3.3FT | $15 | Amazon | Use Code BASEUSOFF15
- AUKEY USB C PD Power Bank, 10000mAh | $21 | Amazon | Use Code SIUIHBHOA
- AUKEY USB C PD Power Bank, 20000mAh | $28 | Amazon | Use Code SIUIHBHOA
- Anker 30W PIQ 3.0 & GaN Tech Power Delivery USB C Charger | $26 | Amazon
- LG - 43" Class - LED - 1080p - Smart - HDTV with HDR | $215 | Best Buy
- Toshiba - 2.0-Channel Soundbar with 16-Watt Digital Amplifier | $50 | Best Buy
- Case Bundle: Masterbox Q500L Case, Hyper 212 Black RGB Cooler, MWE Bronze 600W PSU, Masterfan SF120R ARGB | $125 | Cooler Master
- Case Bundle: Masterbox MB511 RGB Case, Hyper 212 Black RGB Cooler, MWE Bronze 600W PSU, Masterfan SF120R ARGB | $125 | Cooler Master
- ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Twin Fan | $500 | Amazon
- Sapphire 11266-04-20G Radeon Pulse RX 570 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card | $123 | Amazon
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X (12-Core/24-Thread) Processor 4.3 GHz Max Boost 38MB Cache (YD292XA8AFWOF) | $386 | Amazon
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 2019 & Premiere Elements | $90 | B&H
- PaintShop Pro 2019 Ultimate | $35 | Best Buy
- First Box of KitNipBox - Monthly Cat Subscription Box of Cat Toys, Treats and Goodies | $10 | Amazon
- Scotch Precision Ultra Edge Scissors, 8 Inch, 3-Pack | $7 | Amazon
- Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter | $330 | Woot
- Insignia - Fabric Iron | $10 | Best Buy
- Up to 45% off Select Back to Campus Gear | Home Depot
- Honeywell Linkable Waterproof LED Indoor Outdoor Color Changing String Light with Remote Control, 24 Ft | $30 | Amazon | Use Code DKQ2AZ8V
- Mainstays Allenbeck 5-Slat Wood Adirondack Outdoor Chair | $35 | Walmart
- TCL 8,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner | $269 | Walmart
- KOHLER BN330-N0 Novita Electric Bidet Seat For Elongated Toilets, White | $235 | Amazon
- SentrySafe SFW123ES Fireproof Waterproof Safe with Digital Keypad, 1.23 Cubic Feet | $120 | Amazon
- Palram Hybrid Greenhouse - 6' x 4' | $300 | Walmart
- Chicago Metallic 8044 Non-Stick Toaster Oven Bakeware Set, 4-Piece, Carbon Steel | $10 | Amazon
- Asobu Coldbrew Portable Cold Brew Coffee Maker With a Vacuum Insulated 40oz Stainless Steel 18/8 Carafe | $20 | Amazon
- Little Debbie Cosmic Brownies, 36 Count | $12 | Amazon
- 15% Off Sitewide | ThermoWorks | Discount shown at checkout.
- Cuisinart - 11-Piece Cookware Set | $50 | Best Buy
- Brita Filtered Water Pitcher | $28 | Amazon
- Sweet Creations Vented Pie Transporter | $13 | Amazon
- Campark R10 Backup Camera / 10" Mirror Dash Cam | $63 | Amazon | Use Code CVLNXTS2 and Clip $30 Off COupon
- CH Hanson 03040 Magnetic Stud Finder | $7 | Amazon
- AstroAI Digital Multimeter | $9 | Amazon
- WEN 453BV 3-Inch Heavy Duty Cast Iron Bench Vise with Swivel Base | $19 | Amazon | After Digital Coupon
- Private Sale | PUMA
- 25% Off Outlet Orders of $100+ | Under Armour | Promo code BTS25
- Button Down Blowout and Summer Short Sale | Jachs
- Up to 60% Off | Fanatics | Promo code SPLASH
- Select Styles $99 or Less | Cole Haan
- Rechargeable Adult Sonic Electric Toothbrush with 25 Mode，IPX8 Waterproof | $16 | Amazon | Use Code P2B46FA3
- Buy One Get One Free | Philosophy | Promo code BOGO19
- Camping & Outdoors
- Biore Watery Essence Sunscreen 50g 3-Pack | $25 | Amazon
Biore Watery Essence Sunscreen 85g | $15 | Amazon
Biore Watery Essence Sunscreen 50g | $8 | Amazon
- Real Tree Xtra EDC Folding Knife and Neck Knife Sheath with Survival Paracord Combo Pack | $16 | Amazon
- Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp | $20 | REI
- Chipotle $50 Gift Card (email Delivery) | $45 | Walmart
- Chipotle $25 Gift Card (Email Delivery) | $25 | Walmart
- Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse, 12,000 DPI, Personalized Weight and Balance, 11 Programmable Buttons | $35 | Amazon
- Razer - Electra V2 Wired 7.1 Gaming Headset | $35 | Best Buy
- Forza Horizon 4 and Forza Motorsport 7 Bundle | $50 | Microsoft
- Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! | $6 | Xbox Gold
- Blazing Beaks for Nintendo Switch | $7 | Nintendo
- Harry Potter Magical Beasts Board Game | $12 | Walmart
- LEGO DC Super Heroes App-controlled Batmobile 76112 Remote Control (rc) Batman Car, Best-Seller Building Kit and Toy for Boys (321 Piece) | $78 | Amazon
Logitech makes some of the best gaming mice around, and right now you can pick up the Powerplay-ready Logitech G903 for a low $70. This wireless mouse offers lag-free performance, tons of customization options in an ambidextrous package.
Sold separately is the $100 Powerplay mousepad which will charge the mouse as it works without having to plug in. It’s cool—but not absolutely necessary. If you want pro-level performance in a wireless mouse, look no further. This is half off its regular price, and $5 off the best price we’ve ever seen.
<Whispers> It’s okay to play Super Smash Bros. with any controller you want.
But that said, I understand the appeal of the old GameCube controller design, and you can snag an extra from PDP for just $19-$20 today, in several different Nintendo character-themed designs.
These controllers are wired (via USB, not Nintendo’s proprietary connector), but they come with swappable C-sticks, so you can remove the classic yellow nub, and replace it with a stick that’s the same size as the left stick for easier smash moves.
Right now, you can pick up The Banner Saga Bonus Edition Trilogy for just $20 on the Nintendo Switch. Normally priced at $30, it’s marked down to $10. PS4 or Xbox One owners can pick up the same trilogy for $6 more, which is still a great deal imo.
If you like Monument Valley, and you like Nintendo, you should grab Captain Toad Treasure Tracker for the Switch. Unlike most first party Nintendo games, this one’s only priced at $40 MSRP, which is a steal on its own, but it’s down to just $30 today at Walmart and Amazon.
It may not feel like it, but the cold weather is fast approaching. Be ready when it arrives by stocking up on gear from The North Face for men, women, and kids. Loads of jackets, gloves, hats, and more are up for grabs for much less than usual at Nordstrom Rack. Come late fall, you’ll be glad you shopped this mid-summer blowout sale.
If there is one thing I’ve learned as a bidet convert, it’s that once you go bidet, every non-washing toilet experience is horrible.
Sonny—the first portable bidet—can alleviate the dread of taking the Browns to the Super Bowl in a public restroom.
Here’s how it works: Sonny holds up to 100ml of water in its tank, which allows you to spray your nether regions for 25-40 seconds, depending on the pressure setting. It generates that pressure with a rechargeable battery, which can last up to three weeks on a single charge, so you won’t have to charge this thing on your desk at work too often (unless you really want to).
Better still, it comes in a beautifully designed package, which means no strange looks when you take it to the loo, and no installation necessary, unlike an integrated bidet.
In addition to the feeling of cleanliness that comes with the use of a bidet, this tool will let you use less toilet paper, which is good for your budget, good for the environment, and good for your b-hole if you work for a penny-pinching boss who stocks the office bathroom with single ply.
Sonny is currently available for pre-order at Indiegogo for the introductory rate of $98 (slated to retail for $140) and will ship in December.
One eyeshadow is good, but many eyeshadows are better—that’s where palettes come in. And right now, nine palettes from Stila Cosmetics are a steal at 30% off. Save big on pretty neutral-toned and ultra-saturated shadows, in addition to eyeshadow and illuminator duos and trios and an all-in-one color correcting set. This sale will only last for one day though, so pick out your perfect palette match before these prices are gone.
If you work out regularly, or uh, at all, you deserve a medal. Or just treat yourself to some new sneakers and/or activewear from Reebok. Right now, the sports-minded retailer is taking 40% off sitewide for their Back to School Sale with promo code SCHOOL. Chances are, you’ll make good use of these deeply discounted purchases for the entire school year (and many workouts) to come.
At the intersection of “cute” and “comfortable,” you will find Clarks. And right now, the footwear brand is kicking off a new season with an extra 30% off select sale items with promo code SALE30. Treat your feet to new sandals, loafers, slip-ons, and more from this shoo-in of a deal before it’s out for the summer.
Smart plugs are the atomic unit of smart home gear, and now you can grab TP-Link’s top-selling Kasa Smart Plug Lite (formerly called the Smart Plug Mini) for just $13, an all-time low.
These plugs won’t block the adjacent outlet, and work with your smartphone, Alexa, and Google Assistant anywhere you have an internet connection. Even if you only pull it out once per year to control holiday lights or something, it’s worth grabbing at this price.
Listen, there’s really no good way to sleep on a plane. But if you absolutely must get some upright shut-eye, you should be using the Cabeau Evolution for head and neck support. This memory foam travel pillow handily won our Co-Op, with readers shouting out its ability to hold its shape (even though it significantly shrinks in size when packed in its carrying case) and unique front clasps. And right now, it’s on sale in black for $30. Get yours today before this deal takes off; all your upcoming summer travel will be a dream.
Audio Technica’s venerable ATH-M40x headphones (along with their larger M50x sibling) are our readers’ favorite wired headphones, and you can try on a pair for $79 right now, about $20 less than usual. It might be a little bit of a stretch to buy wired headphones in 2019, but between the M40x’s build quality, comfort, flat tuning response, and widely lauded sound quality, they’d make for great office headphones, where Bluetooth isn’t as big a deal.
While I’m sure the sound quality and noise cancellation abilities of these Mpow over-ear Bluetooth headphones don’t live up to the likes of Sony’s WH1000XM3s line or Bose’s QC35s, they annihilate the competition on price at just $39 (with promo code MPOW284A1).
These aren’t the only ~$40 noise canceling headphones we’ve seen around these parts, but this new 2019 model includes two noise canceling microphones for more accurate cancelation, a luxury at this price point.
If you’re on a budget, and want to drown out airplane noise or your annoying coworkers, they could be worth trying out. Just be sure to use promo code MPOW284A1 at checkout to get the deal.
Normally $70, Amazon’s got it marked down to an all-time low $50 today. Just note that it’s only compatible with the latest iPad (currently on sale for $250), the new iPad Air, and the new iPad Mini; it won’t work with any iPad Pro or older iPad models.
Anker’s answer to RAVPower’s slim, behind-the-sofa USB-C charger is here, and it’s on sale for $26 on Amazon this week, down from the usual $35. It’s not as powerful as the RAVPower version (30W vs. 45W), but it’s a fair bit cheaper than the $40 RAVPower charges.
It might seem like a little thing, but putting the USB-C port on the bottom, rather than the front, makes it much easier to hide this charger behind furniture without risking breaking your USB-C cable.
At $86 (after clipping the $20 coupon and using code ROAVRR44), Anker’s new Roav Jump Starter Pro isn’t the cheapest car jump starter we’ve seen, but its 1000A of peak output mean it can start pretty much any engine, up to 6L for a gas vehicle, or 4L for diesel. If you don’t buy one of these, you’ll probably be kicking yourself somewhere down the road (pun intended) when you’re stranded in your driveway with somewhere to be.
This being an Anker product, you’ll also find three high speed USB charging ports (one of which is a USB-C input and output), plus a flashlight that doubles as an SOS strobe, and even a DC output (cable not included) for powering 12V car accessories. Even if you already own a jump starter, these make amazing gifts. Believe me, your giftee will remember you the first time they’re able to start their car in the morning to get to work on time.
Razer’s popular BlackWidow TE Chroma V2 keyboard is one of the few high-end gaming keyboards out there without a number pad, and it’s cheaper than ever today on Amazon.
This keyboard has every accoutrement a gamer could possibly want, including 16.8 million color customizable backlighting, fully programmable keys, 10 key rollover, a magnetic wrist rest, and a two year warranty. You even get to choose from three different types of key switches, though you should obviously get the obnoxious, clicky ones. The BlackWidow line has long been a reader favorite, and this model is the cream of the crop, especially if you prefer a keyboard with a smaller footprint.
Today’s $90 price (valid on all three versions) is up to $40 less than usual, and an all-time low.
Add two smart plugs to your smart home for a low $25. These plugs can work without a hub, and with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana for voice control. Better still, you can also schedule the plug to automatically switch on and off, which can be pretty eco-friendly.
Save $50 on this Zinus 12-Inch memory foam mattress. With four layers of foam, this queen-sized, bed-in-a-box promises a better night’s sleep. This $230 price is one of the the lowest we’ve seen on year on this particular unit.
Just a heads up, this mattress will take 48 to 72 hours, to expand. So if you have a small apartment, it might be a little tricky since it won’t be ready on day one.
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’re entitled to become a Twitch Prime member at no extra cost. And if you’re a Twitch Prime member, you can add the legendary Jim Brown to your Madden 20 Ultimate Team for free.
If size trumps features in your hierarchy of TV needs, this 65" Sceptre 4K TV is a steal for just $380, one of the best prices we’ve seen for a TV of this size. It doesn’t have smart apps or HDR, but what it does have is four HDMI ports, which is more than you get in a lot of high end TV sets.
Qi stands > Qi pads in almost every situation. This is not an opinion, and it’s not a debate. Anker’s highly rated PowerWave Qi stand is one of the most popular ones out there, and it’s down to $13 today after you clip the 10% coupon and add promo code AKA252401 at checkout. That’s good for the best price ever.
Just note that while this stand does support 10W charging for compatible Android phones, it doesn’t support 7.5W charging for iPhones; they’ll be limited to 5W.
If you like cold brew coffee, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Bizzy, Amazon’s #1 seller of cold brew beans, concentrates, and ready-to-drink coffee. They sent me some to try out recently, and it was incredibly smooth and tasty. In fact, I readily admit that I enjoyed it more than my typical Amazon Fresh DIY cold brew.
Now, they’re giving our readers 15% off anything on their Amazon storefront (fulfilled by Amazon) with promo code BZYGIZMO. I just bought two bottles of Bizzy concentrate for just $16 with the code and a 5% Subscribe & Save discount, which works out to just $.50 per cup if you follow Bizzy’s suggested ratios. That’s about the same cost as my cheapo DIY solution, and it’s tastier while not requiring me to wash any dishes afterwards. Everybody wins!
If you prefer to have a little more control over your coffee, the code will also work on Bizzy beans (both whole and coarse ground) in a variety of roasts.
Our readers have bought truckloads of Sunday Scaries CBD gummies, but today, you can save on their newest creation: Unicorn Jerky CBD Candy.
Each piece of Unicorn Jerky contains 10mg of calming CBD oil, the same as their gummies. At a starting price of $19 for a pack of 10 though (or $17 with promo code gizmodo10), it’s a less expensive way to get started.
The best part though? A dollar of every purchase goes towards The Trevor Project, which created and still operates the first national youth suicide hotline.
Olivers makes some of our favorite men’s activewear that doesn’t necessarily look like activewear, and now you can remake your entire wardrobe (relatively) cheaply with their limited time Mystery Box promotion.
Available until 8/7, or until sold out, you can either spend $150 to get a box with $300 worth of Olivers gear, or $275 to get a box worth $600. You do get to pick your size, but you don’t get to pick the colors or contents of the box. You do, however, know that it will include some combination of the following:
- Pants (Passage, Transit, Bradbury, Base Series)
- Shorts (All Over Series, Capital, Base Series, Breakaway, Capital, Zuma)
- Tees (Convoy Series, Club, Terminal Series, Varsity)
- Midlayers/Outwear (Transit, Porter Series, Gate Jacket)
It’s all good stuff, and you’ll never get it for this cheap by any other means! It’s not eligible for returns or exchanges, however, so you’ll have to decide if it’s worth the risk.
Everyone has trouble getting to sleep every once in awhile, so even if you don’t consider yourself a bad sleeper, it’s not a bad idea to keep some melatonin gummies stocked in your medicine cabinet. We’ve reviewed these gummies from Natrol, and you can grab a jar of 90 of them for just $7 today, down from the usual $10.
Pro-tip: they work wonders for sleeping on a plane, and are worth the purchase for that alone.
Zappos is kicking off August by discounting over 1,700 items from Nike—and it’s not just shoes. Tons of shorts, tees, sports bras, tanks, and more are on sale, along with loads of sneakers and sandals you’ll need this season. So run over to the retailer to take advantage of this sale now with promo code NIKESALE19; it will only last through Saturday.
Most coolers are designed to be carried maybe 10 minutes away from the trunk of your car, but Kawartha’s Cooler Bag is just what you need to carry some beers and snacks deep into the woods on your next hike.
The Cooler Bag is actually a dry bag with a removable, insulated insert that can hold ice and food. Our resident outdoorsman Zach has been using it for awhile, and has nothing but good things to say:
During my first test of this bag, I managed to pack in 18 already cold beers and a few frozen steaks, with ice filling in any remaining space. Packing this much does mean some of your goods won’t fit inside the cooler insert (a 12-pack alone easily will), but if you can still close the outer bag using the roll top, everything still stays pretty cold. So after a 7 hour drive to the trailhead, it was another 1.5 mile hike into camp. Though there’s no convenient way to take that much weight into a secluded site, along with your own gear, this bag makes it bearable. Like a duffel, you can sling it over your shoulder, or carry it by the side handle, which is helpful in distributing the burden of your beer across different muscle groups.
For a limited time, you can use promo code KINJADB50 to get the whole setup for just $36 ($24 + $12 shipping, I know, I know), which would be a decent price for a good dry bag by itself, let alone one that can keep your drinks cold for hours.