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TODAY’S BEST TECH DEALS

Toshiba 50-inch LED 4K UHD Fire TV | $370 | Amazon
Toshiba 50-inch LED 4K UHD Fire TV | $370 | Amazon
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You’ve got shows to catch up on and you don’t want to miss a thing. I get it. Grab a Toshiba Fire TV today for up to 27% off at Amazon and you can start binge-watching your faves straight from the box. Just enter in your wi-fi info, login to your streaming service of choice from the preloaded apps, and enjoy!

You can get a 50-inch Toshiba Fire TV for $370 right now, a 21% discount. This is a 4K tv, so you can enjoy a crystal clear picture quality no matter what you’re playing or watching. This TV will ship for free!

The same 21% discount applies to the 55-inch version, which is down to $410 today. However, I noticed this one doesn’t ship for free and the seller doesn’t deliver to some areas— just a heads up.

If you want to save more of your hard-earned dollars and don’t mind a slightly smaller tv, you can get 27% off the 43-inch Toshiba Fire tv. This brings the price down to $270 today. With a TV this size, you might not be hosting a Super Bowl viewing party for the whole crew, but it’s still perfect for movie night!


Dreamtimes Smart Digital Picture Frame | $80 | Amazon
Dreamtimes Smart Digital Picture Frame | $80 | Amazon
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If you like looking over at your beside table and seeing the smiling faces of your loved ones, you’ll love the versatility of this Dreamtimes Smart Digital Picture Frame, now $80, $10 off its normal price of $90. It’s an 8-inch frame with a 1280 x 800 resolution and HD touchscreen so you can set up the photos you like to look at directly from the frame. Or you can transfer from your phone, either from iOS or Android. It also has a built-in 2000mAh battery so you can let it run for a bit without power if need be. Show the fam some love and prop this bad boy up somewhere everyone can see it.


AOC Portable Monitor | $116 | Amazon
AOC Portable Monitor | $116 | Amazon
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If you’ve ever been out somewhere trying to work from your phone or a tablet with a small screen, you’ve probably wished you were working with something larger. You can’t feasibly tote around the monitor on your desk at the office or at home, but there is a solution: a portable display. You can save $65 right now on this AOC Portable Monitor at Amazon, which makes it just $116. For that price, you get a thin, light second screen (or main display) to carry with you wherever you go. It offers a 16-inch USB-C portable monitor with IPS screen and full HD 1080p resolution. It comes with a smart cover to protect the screen when you aren’t using it, and a low blue-light mode to keep those harmful blue lights from reaching your eyes. Not a bad price to increase productivity on the go.


Typing on the iPad or iPad Air works just fine if you don’t have a lot to write. If you’re trying to get some work done, it leaves a lot to be desired. Pop on this Apple Smart Keyboard for iPad (7th and 8th Gen/iPad Air (3rd Gen) and you’ll be typing up a storm. It’s just $115 now at Amazon, down from $159. Suddenly, you’ve just transformed your tablet into a mobile workstation. Connect without pairing or charging it up, and then fold it up over your iPad to make a sleek cover. Easy-peasy. Now you don’t have to schlep your laptop everywhere if you want to work on the go.


SanDisk 1TB Ultra Dual Drive Luxe USB Type-C Flash Drive | $110 | Amazon
SanDisk 1TB Ultra Dual Drive Luxe USB Type-C Flash Drive | $110 | Amazon
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You don’t need to bring your laptop with you if you want to keep your work or documents at your fingertips. These days, you can carry an entire terabyte of data with you in your pocket. Ain’t technology grand?

Amazon has just the thing if you want to slim your traveling profile down while ensuring you have everything you need with you on the go. Right now, you can grab the SanDisk 1TB Ultra Dual Drive Luxe USB Type-C Flash Drive for just $110 right now, which is about $20 off (16%) down from its typical price of $131.

Not only does it offer a staggering amount of space, but it features both USB-C and USB-A connections for versatility as well as a sturdy, all-metal flip-up design. Plus, you get a 5-year manufacturer warranty, just in case something undesirable happens. Gotta make sure you’re protected when you’re packing this much data, after all.


Energizer Max AA & AAA Batteries (100-Pack) | $45 | MorningSave
Energizer Max AA & AAA Batteries (100-Pack) | $45 | MorningSave
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We still live in a world where we are very much beholden to batteries. Remotes, toys, flashlights, even some wireless items like mice and keyboards all need batteries. And you never realize you don’t have any until you’re in a jam. Don’t let this happen again with this giant 100 pack of AA and AAA batteries.

This Energizer bundle contains 50 AA and 50 AAA, basically the most universally used batteries. With summer storms here, now is a great time to check portable radios and flashlights, so you don’t get literally caught in the dark. Fear you’ll never use this many quickly, no worries. These batteries hold their power for up to ten years as long as they are properly stored. Energizer’s proprietary Power Seal Tech keeps them working to ensure they’ll be ready when you need them the most. This pack is 44% and an excellent way to prepare for that moment of electronic death.

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JBuds Air True Wireless Earbuds | $37 | Amazon
JBuds Air True Wireless Earbuds | $37 | Amazon
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I’ve had the pleasure of testing a few items from JLab over the last few weeks and was pleasantly surprised by the quality for not only the price but the size. If you’re unsure where to start with wireless and are worried about going too cheap, the JBuds Air True Wireless Earbuds are a great option. They’re 24% off and in that nice space of moderate price but reliable performance. Of the three colors that are offered the white is currently the best deal.

The sound is crisp, clear, and they block out a fair amount of background noise. They turn on automatically and connect immediately, which is something I’m still getting used to with this brand. And being able to control everything by tapping one of the earbuds takes some time to figure out. It’s a bit of a learning curve, but once you remember how many taps to what, the transitions are seamless. The charging case is true to the twenty-four-hour claims of playtime. Expect around six hours of tune time for the earbuds off of one charge. These are sweatproof and waterproof, so workout approved whether indoors or outside. They are comfy for hours of wear, and the case is compact enough to toss in your bag or pocket. The JBuds will be a great addition to your audio collection.

This will ship for free, no need to be a Prime member.


JLab Epic Air ANC Wireless Earbuds | $70 | Amazon
JLab Epic Air ANC Wireless Earbuds | $70 | Amazon
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These are a little hearty and more durable than the other earbuds I usually review and recommend. If you’re looking for a good pair of actual noise-canceling earbuds that aren’t AirPod prices, JLab’s Epic Air ANC Wireless Earbuds are a nice alternative. These are currently 29% off.

I’ve spent a few weeks with them and can say that ANC is no joke. The “Be Aware” mode is absolutely wild and enhances all the sounds around you. The earbuds actually pass outside noises through them, almost like an advanced hearing aid. They connect to your phone quickly and independently but pair up effortlessly. Calls and zooms with these have been great, and I’m heard clearly. The sound both ways is super crisp. The range is amazing as well. I can leave my phone upstairs and still hear perfectly downstairs. I can say they do seem to last a long time between charges. It seems I only have to power up the case once a week, and I use these for a few hours each day. So forty-eight hours of playtime does appear to be pretty on point. I really like the sensor that stops play when they come out of your ears and knows to turn your music back on once they are back in.

The only issue I have, and this could be a user error in that I am not using the JLab app to control them. They don’t automatically disconnect when I put them back in the charging case. I also haven’t found the best way to charge the case yet. A charging pad takes too long. As for the integrated charging cable, I’m never really certain it’s getting juiced up.

All in all, these are a solid and sleek pair of earbuds if noise canceling is the number one feature you’re looking for.


Odec ANC Wireless Earbuds | $15 | Amazon | Clip Coupon
Odec ANC Wireless Earbuds | $15 | Amazon | Clip Coupon
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There’s a point where all these budget earbuds start to blend together. This is probably because I’ve been testing different ones for months. Odec is just as solid if you’re looking for a pair, not too expensive that are of decent quality. These are currently 50% off and fall in line with a lot of the other earbuds I’ve covered.

For me, they are middle of the road and certainly do everything they claim efficiently. I do like they are immediately in sync when you pair them to your phone. And the ANC is actually pretty decent for the size and fit. I haven’t played around with them enough to figure out the different modes, but apparently, there is a great one for gaming. Calls come in clear, and you can definitely use these for zooms/skypes with few issues. These absolutely run for six hours off of one charge, and you’ll get around thirty hours with the case before needing to juice that up. The one-step connection isn’t a joke; they pair almost instantly once I open the lid and barely lift one out. These are a perfect pair as a backup.

Free shipping for Prime members.


DJI Mavic Mini Drone Quadcopter | $399 | Amazon
DJI Mavic Mini Drone Quadcopter | $399 | Amazon
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Looking for some sky-high fun? Amazon is currently offering the DJI Mavic Mini drone quadcopter for $399, which is 20% off the list price. This tiny, lightweight drone is a fan-favorite carrying a 4.8-star rating from more than 7,700 customer reviews. Get ordering and then get flying!


Tech Squared Ring Light with Tripod | $19 | MorningSave
Tech Squared Ring Light with Tripod | $19 | MorningSave
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Ring lights are literal game-changers whether you are on an office zoom, recording a TikTok, or even just doing your makeup. These simple little add-ons can completely change pictures and videos with almost no effort on your part. Until Thursday, take to save 73% on Tech Squared Ring Light with Tripod accompanied by a sturdy tripod.

This is a pretty standard ring light with three lighting modes, each with three levels of brightness. The tripod extends five feet high and is pretty secure to stay in place regardless of your phone weight. And yes, the phone holder is compatible with most models and brands, including iPhones and Samsungs. The holder is 360° rotatable and has a 180° adjustable neck, so your sure to get just the right angle for the perfectly lit shot. The ring light is ten inches across, and this set is lightweight, compact, and easy to set up anywhere. This is an excellent deal for a simple upgrade to all your creative endeavors.

If you’ve read a few of our pieces on MorningSave before and you like what you’ve seen, they offer a $5 monthly fee to get free shipping on all of your orders, no matter how many. Otherwise, it’s a flat rate of $8.


Edifier TWS NB2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds | $80 | Amazon
Edifier TWS NB2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds | $80 | Amazon
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Edifier has some of the most beautiful packaging I’ve ever seen, which carries over into the products. The new NB2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds are $10 off for their debut and future a few things I wish others on the market had.

First off, they connect as soon as you open the case and disconnect once they go back in. Perfection. My biggest gripe with so many of these is they don’t always disconnect when you’re finished using them. These are built with an infrared sensor that knows when they are in your ear or out and will pause your audio. This was incredibly helpful when I ordered my coffee, and I could pop them out and not worry about losing my spot in my audiobook. That being said, there is a panoramic 3D listening feature that makes podcasts and audiobooks wild to listen to. I turned it on by accident and honestly now kind of love it. It’s an immersive experience for sure, and I’m excited to try it with my favorite ASMR YouTuber’s videos. The noise cancellation is pretty good but not so alarming I couldn’t hear traffic or my surroundings while walking around. The ANC works even without songs playing, FYI. Calls came in easy and were clear in both directions. There is a bit of a learning curve switching between the sound modes, but it really makes a world of difference when you find the right one. They are dustproof, waterproof, and run up to thirty-two hours with a full charge and the case. The NB2 Pros are stunning in ivory but look equally chic in black too.

Free shipping for Prime members.


Bluetooth LED Dancing Flame Speakers | $39 | SideDeal
Bluetooth LED Dancing Flame Speakers | $39 | SideDeal
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Most backyard speakers are designed in some sort of way to blend in with the background or the rest of your outdoor decor. The company that made these threw that concept out the window when designing these Bluetooth LED Speakers. Lovingly named the “Dancing Flame,” they’re 61% off for the rest of the day or until they are sold out. There are apparently enough people nostalgic for ‘70s adornments because SideDeal has sold over nine thousand of these.

Looking at these there is definitely an Egyptian urn thing going on with the structure. But they are all-in-one for tunes and luminosity. If you choose to attach them to the five-foot pole, they’ll work great in your yard or garden for parties and cookouts. The wireless speakers connect easily to your phone and have stereo surround sound. They recharge quickly, and you’ll get up for five hours of play for music and eight hours for just light. Rick O’Connell approves of these lights being water-resistant, so no worries leaving them out near the pool.

If you’ve read a few of our pieces on SideDeal before and you like what you’ve seen, they offer a $5 monthly fee to get free shipping on all of your orders, no matter how many. Otherwise, it’s a flat rate of $8.


Yamaha TW-E3A True Wireless Earbuds | $70 | Amazon
Yamaha TW-E3A True Wireless Earbuds | $70 | Amazon
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I told a friend I was testing these; they had no idea that Yamaha made audio items like this. They thought the company was only keyboards. So while yes, they have made/make great musical instruments, they’ve taken that commitment to quality to audio products. Specifically their new TW-E3A True Wireless Earbuds. This is the lowest price they have ever been since their release. This price holds for all colors available.

First off, they paired perfectly and quickly with my phone. The sound is really clear, specifically when I was listening to my favorite podcasts. They are also very comfortable and stayed firmly in my ears as I trudged eleven blocks on errands in the snow. Unlike other less expensive earbuds, I absolutely see the difference in not having to fuss with finding the right position to get the most dynamic sound. The microphone was a little murky on the calls I made, but that could very well be on the cellular provider. I had these in for quite a few hours while writing, and again they’re extremely comfortable. I got a full steady five hours of playtime before I popped them back in their very pretty matte case. Yamaha boasts twenty-four hours of battery life off one charge, and I absolutely believe that, given my experience. As with all earbuds, the “simple controls” take some time to get used to, but I can say these are a lot more responsive initially with a single tap. These are sweat and water-resistant, so don’t be afraid to take these to your next gym session.

This will ship for free for Prime members.


JBL Tune 225 TWS Earbuds | $70 | Amazon
JBL Tune 225 TWS Earbuds | $70 | Amazon
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Finding the perfect set of earbuds can be a daunting task if you don’t know where to start. They need to be comfy, hold a charge for a substantial amount of time, and sound phenomenal. JBL is one of the top audio brands, and their Tune 225 TWS earbuds might be just what you’re searching for. Save 30% on them right now.

Not only do you get a great pair of wireless earbuds, but you also get the deluxe hardshell travel case too. Pair easily with your chosen streaming device with Bluetooth and enjoy lots of great tunes and crisp, clear calls. Bring these wherever life takes you as they fit snuggly in your ear for up to 25 hours of battery life with the charging case. With solid bass and Bluetooth 5.0 tech, it’s easy to see why these are some of the company’s most popular items.

These will ship for free for Prime members.


Treblab X3 Pro Wireless Earbuds | $58 | Amazon
Treblab X3 Pro Wireless Earbuds | $58 | Amazon
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Treblab is a quality company that produces products at really affordable prices. The Treblab X3 Pro Wireless Earbuds fall right into line with that, and right now, they’re 18% off. This sale runs until August 9.

I’ve used these on my errands and can say not only is the sound awesome, but they are also super comfy to wear. I wasn’t sure about the hooks right away because they look rather cumbersome, and truthfully for the first few wears they are. But once I got them in the right place along with my mask, they were great. The X3 Pro true wireless earbuds sounded perfect on my phone calls, and there were little to no interruptions. I haven’t gone running with them yet but can already see how they’d be awesome in security in staying on, and the music will definitely be strong no matter where I’m at. The charging case is cute, and I was pleasantly surprised with the battery life. It was about two days of use before I had to recharge. And the earbuds on their own definitely seemed to go the distance, so I can agree with the nine hours of playtime off of a single charge. They pair fast, were easy to use, and the tunes are crisp. All in all a great option for wireless earbuds for someone very active.

Free two-day shipping for Prime members.


Apple AirPods Pro | $197 | Amazon
Apple AirPods Pro | $197 | Amazon
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If you’re an iPhone user with some cash to blow, skip the pretenders and even the lesser AirPods to go for something better. The AirPods Pro step the game up with rubber tips, active noise cancellation, better overall audio quality, and a wirelessly-chargeable case as standard. They’re a bit expensive normally, but right now Amazon has ‘em for $52 off the list price.


TODAY’S BEST GAMING DEALS

Dark Souls Remastered (XBO) | $20 | Microsoft
Dark Souls Remastered (XBO) | $20 | Microsoft
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Whether you played the original or not, Dark Souls Remastered is worth picking up for action RPG fans, if only to better understand its dedicated following. Microsoft just knocked it down to $20 (from its original $40), so go ahead and dive into this rich world filled with lore for you to discover.


Sonic Mania (Xbox One) | $10 | Microsoft
Sonic Mania (Xbox One) | $10 | Microsoft
Screenshot: Sega

We are just under a year out from Sonic the Hedgehog 2. I have not been to a movie theater since and am pumped to return to the theater to see our blue boy alongside his buddies, Tails and Knuckles. News about the movie and photos from the set of the production have been dropping this past month. Carry that excitement right back into Sonic Mania—the hedgehog’s return to 2D pixel sidescrolling gameplay. If you grew up on the original Sonic games for the SEGA Genesis and haven’t picked this up yet, you are only hurting yourself.

With Sonic being the Interim CEO of The Inventory after swallowing Wario whole, I beg you to do what he says by playing his games and watching his movies. We don’t know who he plans to devour next.


Gang Beasts (XBO) | $10 | Microsoft
Gang Beasts (XBO) | $10 | Microsoft
Screenshot: Skybound Games

There hasn’t been a ton of local multiplayer games this last generation, but of that small few one of them stood above the rest. Gang Beasts is a simple concept executed wonderfully. Four players are dropped on a roof or in a factory or what-have-you and must pummel each other. Toss your opponent(s) over the edge and be the last one standing to win. Sounds easy enough, but the controls are intentionally wonky. Different buttons to lean over, to grab on, to raise your hands above your head, etc. are give it a QWOP-like control scheme and when you combine that with the games reliance on physics, you’ll be laughing the whole fight whether you win or lose. Download it on Xbox One for only $10.


Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Game of the Year Edition | $39 | Microsoft
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Game of the Year Edition | $39 | Microsoft
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It’s game of the year season, which means it’s time for everyone to argue a whole lot about what game rightfully deserves to be crowned 2020's best. We already now the Game Awards’ verdict, The Last of Us Part II, while others have games like Hades and Animal Crossing: New Horizons on their list. But before we wrap this year up, let’s quickly take a trip down memory lane. This time last year (which feels like 30 years ago), Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was cleaning house. The samurai-souls game was something of a unanimous choice from press and the Game Awards alike. If you missed it, Microsoft currently has the Game of the Year Edition of it 35% off. Get it for $39 which is roughly one dollar for every time you’ll die on the first boss.


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY Edition (XBO) | $10 | Microsoft
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY Edition (XBO) | $10 | Microsoft
Screenshot: CD Projekt RED

Cyberpunk 2077's launch has been one of the messiest in recent memory. While some are enjoying CD Projekt Red’s ambitious open world game, others are experiencing a wave of bugs and graphical errors that make immersion next to impossible. The last-gen editions of the game are in especially bad shape, leaving fans to wonder if the studio actively tried to hide the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions ahead of release. The situation is so bad that Sony pulled the game from the PlayStation store entirely, leaving CDPR scrambling for fixes. Oh, and there’s that whole cyberattack drama as well. Even with the game’s recent Patch 1.2, there are still more issues to solve, including some newly introduced ones.

All that said, it’s not really a great time to buy Cyberpunk 2077 if you’re a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One owner. Hell, I played on PC and it still felt like it wasn’t quite ready. So here’s a something to do while you wait for the next big patch: get The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition for $10 on Xbox One instead. Just add it to your cart at the Microsoft store. For those who have yet to play it, it’s a much better introduction to CD Projekt Red and its ability to craft sprawling open world adventures. If you like it, come back to Cyberpunk later this year when the game’s next big patch launches. Or maybe wait until the Complete Edition inevitably drops in a few years.


Resident Evil 3 (Xbox) | $20 | Microsoft Store
Resident Evil 3 (Xbox) | $20 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: Capcom

I suggest doing some price research on bulk diapers, because you’ll probably shit yourself in the first encounter with Nemesis in Resident Evil 3. You can download it on Xbox for $20.

Seriously, get the diapers, too.


Hitman 3 (Xbox) | $30 | Microsoft Store
Hitman 3 (Xbox) | $30 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: IO Interactive

If you haven’t jumped on the Hitman 3 bandwagon yet, you might want to. Critics and fans alike praised the stealth action game, calling it a perfect capper to the World of Assassination trilogy that features some of the series’ best murder playgrounds yet. If that’s enough to convince you to pick up a copy, the Xbox digital version of the game are down to $30. The game supports cross-progression with previous games so long as you stay within the same “family” of platform (PC to PC, PS4 to PS5, Xbox One to Xbox Series X).


Watch Dogs: Legion (Xbox) | $20 | Microsoft Store
Watch Dogs: Legion (Xbox) | $20 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: Ubisoft

When we originally started covering Watch Dogs: Legion deals, the game’s price was plummeting after two weeks. If you bought it at full price at launch, you were quickly punished for doing so as you saw your friends grab it $20 or even $30 cheaper. To this day, the price continues to sink and now you can download Ubisoft’s open world game for just $20 on Xbox. I’m not really sure what’s going on here (the game’s buggy launch likely did a number on its install base), but the game’s price has just been all over the place. If you were waiting for a time to jump on, the Microsoft Store is probably the way to go right now, as you can get the game more than half off right now. Will it drop lower? Probably at some point. For now, $20 seems like a good spot to hop in. After that? Who knows.


Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (XBO/XSX) | $37 | Walmart
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (XBO/XSX) | $37 | Walmart
Screenshot: Ubisoft

Been waiting for the right moment to grab Assassin’s Creed Valhalla? Today might be the perfect time. Amazon currently has the game down to $37 on Xbox, which isn’t the lowest we’ve seen since launch though it still knocks a pretty significant chunk off. It’s been a very busy couple of months considering all the hubbub with new consoles, but Valhalla is definitely worth checking out. The latest installment of the Assassin’s Creed series casts you in the role of a Eivor, a ruthless Viking who’s all about chopping heads off. Seriously, you will chop like a thousand heads off in this game. It’s a lot of heads. If that sounds exciting, then this is the game for you.


Red Dead Redemption 2 (XBO) | $20 | Walmart
Red Dead Redemption 2 (XBO) | $20 | Walmart
Screenshot: Rockstar Games

Well there, pardner. It’s the end of the line for you. Here’s what you and me’s is gonna do. We go to the town square and stand back to back. Then we each take 10 paces. At the end of your paces, you’ll find a laptop and you can use it to buy Red Dead Redemption 2 for $20 at Walmart. I reckon it’s the most rootinest tootenst cowboy vidya game on this side of the Mississippi. While you do that, I’m gonna go take a bath. Anyways, then one of us will shoot the other and kill them. Forgot about that part. Actually, scratch that, let’s just play Red Dead Online together, amigo.


No Man’s Sky (XBO) | $20 | Walmart
No Man’s Sky (XBO) | $20 | Walmart
Graphic: Hello Games

There once was a time where recommending No Man’s Sky would have produced a laugh. The space exploration game had a famously rocky launch due to some overly ambitious marketing from Sony. But in the past few years, it’s had one of the greatest glow-ups in gaming history, completely turning things around with its Next update. That game had such a successful overhaul that it even won a Game Award for Best Ongoing Game, beating out live service titans like Fortnite. So, yes, laugh all you want, but No Man’s Sky is good now. If you’re curious about seeing the change for yourself, you can currently get the Xbox One version of the game for $20 at Walmart. As a nice bonus here, you’ll get the game’s next-gen upgrades if you load it up on an Xbox Series X, so you can really get the most out of it.


Dark Souls III (Xbox One) | $15 | Microsoft Store
Dark Souls III (Xbox One) | $15 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: Bandai Namco

Dark Souls III ought to occupy you for quite some time, especially at the harder difficulty levels, so getting the game for $15 is a great value.


Halo 5: Guardians (Xbox One Digital Code) | $8 | Amazon
Halo 5: Guardians (Xbox One Digital Code) | $8 | Amazon
Screenshot: Xbox Game Studios

With Halo Infinite just around the corner (allegedly!), now’s a great time to go back and make sure you’re all up to date with your Halo lore. If you’re looking to purchase all the games to do that, you can’t go wrong with this digital code for Halo 5 Guardians for Xbox One. It’s now just $8, down from its normal price of $20. You can play one of the most divisive entries in the series for less than $10. And you can keep it forever instead of just playing on Xbox Game Pass. Cortana would certainly approve. That’s your green light to go ahead and snap up a copy now — not that you needed permission.


Overcooked! All You Can Eat (Xbox) | $27 | Microsoft Store
Overcooked! All You Can Eat (Xbox) | $27 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: Team17

Do you currently enjoy many close and cherished relationships with friends and family? Would you like to absolutely ruin all of those in the blink of an eye? Well do I have a deal for you! Amazon is currently selling Overcooked! All You Can Eat for Xbox (Series X/S or One) for $27. That’s a savings of $13 off the list price for this complete compilation, which brings together both games with all additional content.

These are fantastic multiplayer games where players need to work together to run a kitchen. Sounds simple enough, right? You have no idea how wrong you are, naïve fool. Overcooked! is a game about chaos in cooperation. Simple tasks like making a hamburger become a nightmare as four people all try to coordinate to make it together. It’s essentially the old “too many cooks” adage adapted into a video game.


DiRT Rally (Xbox One) | $5 | Microsoft Store
DiRT 4 (Xbox One) | $5 | Microsoft Store
DiRT Rally (Xbox One) | $5 | Microsoft Store
DiRT 4 (Xbox One) | $5 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: Codemasters

These are a couple of solid racing games and you can get them for real cheap today. Dare I say... dirt cheap. You’re right. I shouldn’t say it. That’s a low hanging fruit and we’re better than that here at Kinja. So instead I will say get them for DiRT cheap. Ah, see? Now it’s stylized the same way as the title in case you didn’t get it the first time. And speaking of getting it, you can get digital codes for the Xbox One versions of both DiRT Rally and DiRT 4 for $5 at the Microsoft Store.


It Takes Two (XBO) | $30 | Amazon, Microsoft Store
It Takes Two (PS4) | $30 | Amazon
It Takes Two (XBO) | $30 | Amazon, Microsoft Store
It Takes Two (PS4) | $30 | Amazon
Screenshot: Electronic Arts

Grab a friend! It Takes Two is out and it’s an excellent co-op experience. The latest from Josef Fares and the team at Hazelight is a platforming rom-com that’s wickedly clever. Every level introduces inventive new mechanics that keep the game fresh. It’s a rare co-op game where both players always have something to do and player two isn’t just a sidekick. Considering how many delays are happening this year, it could end up being one of the year’s top games. If that all sounds appealing, you can grab the Xbox One or PS4 version for $30. The game does not come with a friend, so you will need to find that yourself. Though, your friend will get to play for free as the game only requires one of the two players to own it—even when playing online.


Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (XBO) | $30 | Microsoft Store
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (XBO) | $30 | Microsoft Store
Screenshot: Activision

Another year, another Call of Duty game. War truly does never change. Last year’s installment, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, is currently on sale for $30 on the Microsoft Store. Here’s a quick PSA: you won’t be able to upgrade the Xbox One version if you’re thinking of getting a Series X later. This version will be playable on your Series X, it just won’t get those next-gen upgrades. As long as that’s not a big deal, have at it.


NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… (Xbox) | $45 | Amazon
NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… (Xbox) | $45 | Amazon
Screenshot: Square Enix

I finally dipped my toes into NieR: Automata this past month. Everyone I know who’s played through it has absolutely raved about this game. I gave it a shot and died thirty minutes in which reset me to the start. Thirty minutes later I died in the same spot and then turned it off because I’m bad at video games. I’m going to go back in on an easier difficulty because, from what I heard, the beginning is surprisingly more difficult then the bulk of the game and there are others like me who struggled with it. Anyway, if you’re someone is good at video games, or maybe even just slightly competent, then maybe you’ve already beaten it and now want to play NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… or maybe you’d like to dip into this one first since it’s actually a remake of the game preceding NieR: Automata. The choice is yours. All I know is that my friends who have played this all sing praises and claim it will change your life. NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… is $45 for Xbox. Go pick it up.


Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (3 Months) | $37 | Newegg | Use code: 93XRP76
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (3 Months) | $37 | Newegg | Use code: 93XRP76
Graphic: Microsoft

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is one of the hottest deals going in gaming, even without discounts like 3 months for $37 which is $8 off. You’ll enjoy all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass for one low price. That means you’ll get online play, free games, exclusive discounts, in-game perks, and more, and that goes whether you’re on Xbox One, PC, or the Xbox Series X if you’re lucky enough to have found one.


Demon’s Souls (PS5) | $50 | Walmart, Amazon
Demon’s Souls (PS5) | $50 | Walmart, Amazon
Screenshot: Bandai Namco

The Souls games have been a powerhouse of the past decade of gaming kicking off with the first game in the franchise, Dark Souls. What’s that? There was a game before Dark Souls? Interesting. For whatever reason, the 2009 release Demon’s Souls sole an estimated 1.7 million while is follow-up, Dark Souls, sold over 25 million copies worldwide. By my calculation, that still at least 23.3 million of you fans who still haven’t played this game. Now is the perfect time to play the game the that started it all in is upgraded glory.


Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade (PS5) | $50 | Amazon
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade (PS5) | $50 | Amazon
Screenshot: Square Enix

If you’re like me and had missed out on the PS4 generation entirely (meaning you haven’t played Final Fantasy VII Remake), then you and I are both really missing out (from what I hear). This complete reimagining of the classic PlayStation RPG topped many game of the year lists last year. Now with the updated version for PS5 out, you can now experience this masterpiece enhanced even further with DualSense controller haptic feedback support, a new photo mode, the ability to switch between Graphics Mode or Performance Mode prioritizing either 4K resolutions or smooth action at 60 fps, as well as a brand-new episode starring Yuffie. You can get this expanded version now for $20 off at Amazon.


(Pre-order) Back 4 Blood (XBO/XSX) | $60 | Amazon
(Pre-order) Back 4 Blood (PS4) | $60 | Amazon
(Pre-order) Back 4 Blood (PS5) | $60 | Amazon
(Pre-order) Back 4 Blood (XBO/XSX) | $60 | Amazon
(Pre-order) Back 4 Blood (PS4) | $60 | Amazon
(Pre-order) Back 4 Blood (PS5) | $60 | Amazon
Graphic: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Left 4 Dead came out over a decade ago yet still retains a dedicated following. A large reason for its replayability is its AI director which responds to how well your team is doing at any given moment. By either sending more waves of zombies at you or maybe sticking an extra health pack in a nearby cabinet, the director keeps the action tense so you always feel like you just barely make it through. Back 4 Blood is the spiritual successor which launches later this year. If you pre-order the game, you’ll gain access to the Open Beta which starts August 5th. (And if you really want, you can just cancel the pre-order after the beta ends and get your money back. Don’t worry, I won’t tell.)


Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King (Xbox) | $10 | Microsoft Store
Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King (Xbox) | $10 | Microsoft Store
Graphic: Joe Tilleli

Super Nintendo was my first game console growing up and I had both Aladdin and The Lion King for it. Let me tell you, those games were hard as shit. And that’s not just because I was a literal child and still learning how a d-pad works. The monkey puzzle was specifically designed to be near impossible. That isn’t a joke or exaggeration. According to one of the devs on The Lion King, Disney and Blockbuster had a program going on where you couldn’t get past a certain percentage of the game in a certain period of time to ensure players would rent the game several times over or outright buy it. The game was nearly complete, but was found not to meet this requirement and the easiest level to extend and make crushingly difficult was the monkey puzzle.

Luckily, the new game allows you to save at any point or rewind time much like a ROM would dramatically decreasing its difficulty. Maybe you’ll finally beat it and make your child-self proud. You can download both classic games in one updated package on Xbox for 50% off right now.


The Last of Us Part II (PS4) | $30 | Walmart
The Last of Us Part II (PS4) | $30 | Walmart
Screenshot: Sony Interactive Entertainment

After a years-long wait, The Last of Us Part II finally launched earlier this year. It received widespread acclaim, even if critical appraisals were arguably more nuanced (and pointed) than with the original; but all in all, this is a game that every PlayStation 4 owner should have on the radar, especially if you’re already invested in the story. Walmart has it for just $30 now.

In Part II, Ellie is on a revenge tour getting herself into all sorts of dangerous shenanigans she probably doesn’t belong in. The story is gripping and polarizing, so whether you come to hate it or love it, you’ll appreciate the ride. And it’ll run on the PlayStation 5, too, in case you have the latest console.


Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (XBO/XSX) | $36 | Microsoft
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (XBO/XSX) | $36 | Microsoft
Screenshot: Activision

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time dropped at a really weird time for me, and I wasn’t interested in paying $60 for something that would sit on the shelf for a while. But at $36, I might have to put a pause on my Watch Dogs: Legion antics to get back to my roots. Microsoft has this deal to download the digital version for $36. There are more playable characters, abilities, bosses, and worlds than ever before, so if you’re not interested in next gen right now, this is a fine way to keep busy until the games start rolling.


Super Mario Odyssey | $38 | Amazon
Super Mario Odyssey | $38 | Amazon
Screenshot: Nintendo

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 $38 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen.


Mass Effect: Legendary Edition (XBO/XSX) | $45 | Microsoft
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition (XBO/XSX) | $45 | Microsoft
Image: EA

Ah, memories. Remember playing Mass Effect for the first time? What a brave new world it was. BioWare’s sci-fi RPG seemed like a leap forward for video game storytelling with its branching dialogue trees and alien smooching. I remember those days well ... because it was just a few years ago. Okay, look, I was late on the bandwagon. I only played the trilogy four or five years ago, but I can confirm that it really held up. So I can only imagine that the new remastered collection feels even better. If you’re looking for a blast from the past, you can download Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on Xbox for $45 from Microsoft.


The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD | $50 | Amazon
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD | $50 | Amazon
Screenshot: Nintendo

In the long list of Switch ports we’ve been receiving since 2017, the latest release is The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Originally launched for the Wii and built around the use of motion controls, the new version has added the option for just using buttons like a typical Zelda game. Many already playing are saying this along with some other quality of life improvements have elevated this game to one you should not pass on, so why not save $10 when you pick it up?


Ready? Set? Go! Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is back on sale at GameStop and Amazon. The creative augmented reality Switch game comes with a physical kart, which you can use to drive around courses in your actual house. The camera on the kart peripheral transmits to your Switch, turning your living room into a full-on track. It’s the perfect gift for kids or even adults who just want an excuse to play with RC cars again (read, me).

It was hard to find for a bit, but now, the game is actually in stock and you can get either the Mario or Luigi version for $75, its lowest price ever. We’ve seen the each set separately go down in price before, but one brother usually stays higher. Both are now on sale at their lowest prices. All is right.


Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics | $33 | Amazon
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics | $33 | Amazon
Graphic: Giovanni Colantonio

Okay, I just got done writing a big post about The Last of Us Part II and how it won Game of the Year at the Game Awards. But now that the mods are asleep, let’s talk about the real game of the year: Mancala. Yeah, that’s right, the board game where you drop stones into wells. 2020 was the year I got extremely into Mancala, even buying my own board. That obsession was directly linked to Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. The Nintendo Switch exclusive is a collection of board games from around the world and it does a stellar job at teaching first timers how to play. If you want to see the true light, the game is down to $33 on Amazon. Even if Mancala isn’t your thing, it’s still a somewhat essential family game or travel companion that gives you an all-in-one way to play classics like Checkers on the go.


Cuphead (Nintendo Switch) | $15 | Target
Cuphead (Nintendo Switch) | $15 | Target
Screenshot: Microsoft

Ah, Cuphead! The delightful cartoon platformer that pays tribute to 1930's animation with its one-of-a-kind visual style. It’s hard not to be absolutely charmed by this labor of love. Except, of course, after you have died for the 50th time against a stupid haunted train car or something. It’ll make you want to break your Switch over someone’s head. God. If you’re a glutton for punishment, Target currently has the game on sale for $15. You’ll get a digital code for the game, so make sure to reinforce all your Switch gear so it’ll at least bounce when you throw it across the room.


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate | $46 | Best Buy
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate | $46 | Best Buy
Graphic: Giovanni Colantonio

Well, this franchise has come pretty far, huh? We saw plenty of great character DLC reveals including, but not limited to, Mario’s death. Sephiroth murdered him. It was a perfectly normal Super Smash Bros. Ultimate character reveal until Mario straight up perished. He’s now canonically dead and Luigi is Mario now. That’s what the press release I got says.


Okay fine, Mario is alive. Sephiroth just only nicked his little overalls with his man-sized sword. If you want to finish the job he started, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is currently $46 at Best Buy. Sephiroth is a playable character and now Kazuya is trying to take the mantle from him for most Nintendo IP murders, so it’s a good excuse to jump into one of the best local multiplayer fighting games out there.


Yeah, that’s right. R2-D2 is now a Tamagotchi and he needs you to be his mom or dad. He needs to be charged and cleaned every day and entertained by putting out fires or playing holochess. If you neglect your android child for too long, the Jawas will take him away. The R2-D2 Tamagotchi is available in either the white classic color or blue hologram color. and is available for pre-order at $20. Your new baby droid will arrive November 11th of this year.


Look at that face. Star Wars: The Mandalorian first brought us the tiny creature we knew only as The Child for some time, and he was adorable. Over time, however, we got to know just how shady this little guy actually was. Now, we know better. Grogu is still extremely adorable, but he’s also going to judge you. All while sipping the soup out of that little cup. And now you can have him stare into your soul, weighing every action you’ve ever taken, by picking up the Funko Pop! Star Wars: The Mandalorian - The Child with Cup Vinyl Bobblehead for $9 at Amazon. You’ll save $3 off the normal price of $11, and you can set Grogu up wherever you think he’ll get an eyeful of your disappointment best. That could be on your desk, in the kitchen, in your car, anywhere. Sorry, but the only way you’re going to be able to appease him is with the eggs of a certain species. He finds them delicious.


(Pre-order) “This Is Fine” Dumpster Fire Vinyl Figure| $30 | Entertainment Earth
(Pre-order) “This Is Fine” Dumpster Fire Vinyl Figure| $30 | Entertainment Earth
Graphic: Joe Tilleli

No two other memes are more perfectly paired then the dumpster fire and “this is fine” dog. As we each sit at our computers working away each day, uncertain of whether this new delta variant will lead to another year of isolation, we can look down at our desks and see this cute little dog on a dumpster. It will bring us sweet but fleeting joy as it reminds of the certain impending doom we are all spiraling towards minute by minute with no chance of reversing our destruction nor entropy itself—a cruel but necessary law of the universe. Also, look at him he’s so cute!

Pre-orders are available now for $30 for the vinyl figure which will release in September.


Nintendo Wii U Console (Refurbished) | $236 | StackSocial
Nintendo Wii U Console (Refurbished) | $236 | StackSocial
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

Made as the successor to the Wii in 2012, the Wii U was actually Nintendo’s first console to support HD graphics. It lived a short existence of five years and died its electronic death to make way for the fully portable Switch. If you long for some mediocre nostalgic gaming, this refurbished version is 32% off and graded an A in a near-mint condition.

At the time, the Wii U was an impressive step forward, but the battery life left you wanting more. Equipped with an LCD touchscreen, motion control, camera, and microphone, it felt like a great entry for Nintendo at the time. This is an ideal replacement if you’ve broken your old one or just want to play Super Mario Bros. U the way it was intended. Most of the games from the original Wii console should still work. Just connect this to your TV with an AV cable or HDMI; you will have to purchase one as no cords will be provided.

This will ship for $3.


(Pre-order) Xbox Wireless Controller (Aqua Shift) | $70 | Amazon
(Pre-order) Xbox Wireless Controller (Aqua Shift) | $70 | Amazon
Graphic: Joe Tilleli

While the form factor hasn’t changed much from the Xbox One, Microsoft has made changes to their appearance by releasing an array of sleek new colors for their Series X controllers and boy do they pop. Featuring a a bright gradient originating at the Xbox home button and watery blue swirl over the textured grips, this Aqua Shift option may just be my favorite one yet. I just hope one day Xbox will have the epiphany that they need to introduce these color choices to their Elite controller as well. Anyway, you can pre-order this one at Amazon for $70. The controller is set to release August 31st.


PowerA Cuphead Nintendo Switch Controller | $39 | Amazon
PowerA Cuphead Nintendo Switch Controller | $39 | Amazon
Graphic: Giovanni Collantonio

How many controllers have you broken playing Cuphead? The devilishly difficult 2D game may look inviting with its old school cartoon art style, but it’s one of the toughest games around. It’s essentially a giant boss rush mode where you get killed over and over by sentient trains. It’s certainly not a game that’s friendly on the Nintendo Switch joy-cons, which you will surely smash against the nearest wall after dying to a pair of boxing frogs for the 300th time in a row. If you want a sturdier option, you can grab a PowerA Nintendo Switch controller with a special Cuphead theme for $39. This wireless controller certainly pops with its orange paint job and cartoon doodles. It’s going to look very cool when it explodes as you crush it with your bare hands.


PowerA Wired Controller for Nintendo Switch: GameCube Style | $15 | Amazon
PowerA Wired Controller for Nintendo Switch: GameCube Style | $15 | Amazon
Graphic: Brittany Vincent

Looking for a reliable wired controller for your Switch? Your search has ended. Right now, you can snag the GameCube configuration of the PowerA Wired Controller for Nintendo Switch for just $15, at $10 off. It’s an excellent choice for most games, but will especially shine if you’re an avid Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player. It’s the same GameCube layout you’ll remember if you were a player back int he day, but it has a larger D-pad and an additional shoulder button. Its 10-feet USB cable detaches if need be, and it’s officially licensed by Nintendo. Either way it’s a steal at this price, so grab one before they’re gone.


Hyperkin Duke Controller | $50 | Microsoft Store
Hyperkin Duke Controller | $50 | Microsoft Store
Graphic: Giovanni Colantonio

I hope you’re ready for a real left hook right into your nostalgia dome. I want you to think back to the original Xbox right now. Travel back in time with me. Think about playing the first Halo. What were you holding? Was it the fattest controller you’ve ever used in your goddamn life? The original Xbox controller was a true design nightmare and I love it. Here’s some good news for those who want to relive those days. Microsoft is selling the Hyperkin Duke controller, an updated version of the classic big by, for $50. It features the same hamburger design you remember, but with modern Xbox buttons so you can use it with your latest console. It’s also wired, so you’re really teleporting back in time here. I have some friends who sword by the old Duke back in the day, so it seems like it has some supporters. Give it a nice home, won’t you?


Razer Wolverine Tournament Edition | $80 | Microsoft Store
Razer Wolverine Tournament Edition | $80 | Microsoft Store
Graphic: Microsoft Store

If you’ve ever looked at the standard Xbox controller and thought, “This needs more glowing lights,” hold on to your hat cowboy. Razer’s Wolverine Tournament Edition is currently marked down to its lowest price at the Microsoft Store.

So, what do you get for twice the cost of a regular Xbox One controller? A number of customization options including extra programmable buttons and it glows. Obviously.

Be warned, though, this $80 controller exclusively a wired controller, which is a total bummer for couch gaming. However for serious console/PC gamers, this shouldn’t be an issue, since a wired connection is still considered necessary for optimal performance.


Xbox Wireless Controller (Carbon Black) | $50 | Microsoft
Xbox Wireless Controller (Carbon Black) | $50 | Microsoft
Graphic: GIovanni Colantonio

New consoles means new controllers. While Sony got fancy with the DualSense, the new Xbox Series X|S controller is much simpler. It’s exactly what you’ve come to expect from an Xbox controller over the years, and that’s not a knock against it. The new Xbox Wireless Controller feels natural with its lightweight design, textured triggers, and hybrid D-pad. It’s also Bluetooth enabled, making it easy to switch it over to your computer. Even if you don’t have an Xbox, it’s a great choice for PC or mobile gamers looking for a solid controller. Microsoft is currently running a sale on the carbon black Xbox Wireless Controller for only $50. That’s $10 off the usual price, so it’s a good time for anybody with local multiplayer ambitions to stock up.

 TODAY’S BEST HOME DEALS

Eufy HomeVac S11 Go + 2-in-1 Crevice Tool | $180 | Amazon
Eufy HomeVac S11 Go + 2-in-1 Crevice Tool | $180 | Amazon
Image: Andrew Hayward

Dyson’s cordless stick-like design has become the premium standard for home vacuums, delivering convenience and versatility in a device that has a very small footprint. We’re seeing other makers match that approach for less cash, and the Eufy HomeVac S11 Go is a key example of a more affordable alternative.

No doubt, the Eufy HomeVac S11 Go has a very familiar design, with suction power (120AW) that’s just above the Dyson V8 line. You’ll get up to 40 minutes of cleaning at the lowest suction setting with the detachable battery, although that number drops considerably at the higher power levels.

It usually sells for $250 on its own, but right now Amazon is bundling in a 2-in-1 crevice tool attachment and knocking the bundle down to just $180. Customers give the S11 Go a strong 4.3-star rating, and it comes with multiple attachments as well as a two-year warranty for the vacuum.


Max & Lily Solid Wood Twin-Size Low Loft Bed | $224 | Amazon
Max & Lily Solid Wood Twin-Size Low Loft Bed | $224 | Amazon
Photo: Max & Lily

If it’s time to upgrade your toddlers’ sleeping space to a “big kid bed,” look no further than the Max & Lily Solid Wood Twin-Size Low Loft Bed. It’s on sale for $224, which is $96 off its regular price, so you’re saving about 30% off. This strong and stable 400-lb capacity bed lifts your munchkin off the floor with a space-saving loft design that’s like a bunk bed, but for one. It includes slatted head and footboards, and remains flush against the wall, with plenty of underbed space for storage (or to leave empty!) in crowded kid bedrooms. It also includes 14" guardrails to fit up to a standard twin size mattress, just in case your little rugrats need a bit more security at night. Throw the included ladder up on either the left or right side, and watch your kids grow up a bit more before you know it. Plus, this model is way, way cute and modern. You’ll want one of your own.


Carleigh Flatware & Hostess Set (67-piece) | $92 | Macy’s | Use Code BTS
Carleigh Flatware & Hostess Set (67-piece) | $92 | Macy’s | Use Code BTS
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

Pre-COVID, were you the dinner party extraordinaire? Were you the one who hosted all the shindigs? Did you throw legendary Friendsgivings? The future looks bright for this to happen again but going forward; you still might want to keep it on the small size. With this beautiful silver deal from Macy’s, you can still safely have your twelve-person supper club for just $92. Just use the code BTS at checkout.

This set is also great for those going out on their own for the first time. I absolutely did not have a full matching set of utensils when I got my first place after college. Look, there’s nothing wrong with that, but if you want to take a step towards adulting, apparently this is important, or so my mom said when she handed me a real hostess set. This Carleigh Collection is all sparkling stainless steel pieces: salad forks, dinner forks, dinner knives, dinner spoons, and teaspoons. In the Hostess Set, you’ll get one of each: tablespoon, cold meat fork, slotted tablespoon, flat server, pie server, sugar spoon, and a butter serving knife. These never need polishing and are dishwasher safe. And who knows, maybe you can will the social distancing away with purchasing a fancy modern dinner set for your next extravagant soiree.


Indoor Security Cam 2K | $34 | Amazon
Indoor Security Cam 2K | $34 | Amazon
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

Whether you’re out and about on social distancing walks or essential grocery runs, or even just in another room doing WFH stuff, you still need to keep a close eye on the happenings inside your house. Lucky for you, Eufy is running a sale on its 2K indoor security camera. Straight from Amazon, you can fetch yourself a stationary indoor cam for $34, and this one doesn’t require the Eufy Homebase. This deal will run until August 8.


Vessel Double-Wall Stainless Steel Water Bottles (2-Pack) | $19 | SideDeal
Vessel Double-Wall Stainless Steel Water Bottles (2-Pack) | $19 | SideDeal
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

The perfect weather for hiking and all outdoorsy things is here. Getting a great water bottle to keep your beverages cool on the trail is essential. Grabbing two bottles for the price of one is even better. Today only at SideDeal, snag this tasty deal on Vessel’s Double-Wall Stainless Steel Water Bottles for just $19.

These insulated bottles are twenty-two ounces, can handle hot and chilly liquids, and keep them that way for hours. If you’re camping, expect your cold water to be cool for a full day, and at night keep your tea/coffee toasty for up to twelve hours. Each bottle has double-walled vacuum insulation to help with those desired temperatures. They are BPA-free and constructed from food-grade safe stainless steel. That stainless steel means condensation is all but eliminated from the outside of the bottle, meaning it won’t be slippery to grab while working out. These are available in these color combos: pink/grey, teal/white, and black/white.

If you’ve read a few of our pieces on SideDeal before and you like what you’ve seen, they offer a $5 monthly fee to get free shipping on all of your orders, no matter how many. Otherwise, it’s a flat rate of $8.


6-Piece Spirit Linen Cotton Towel Set | $24 | MorningSave
6-Piece Spirit Linen Cotton Towel Set | $24 | MorningSave
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

Towels are so simple and so essential in our lives. And when you have a bad one, oh boy do you know it. But the same can be said when you have a good one. We’ve all taken a plush hotel towel home before, don’t lie. Well, this splendid set is 76% off. This deal is so good it feels like you’re stealing.

The six-piece set includes two bath towels, two hand towels, and two washcloths. They are 100% cotton and extra soft but still durable to withstand multiple washes. They come in eight different shades, depending on your tastes and decor. These are spa-level quality towels, so I say ‘treat yo self,’ to a little luxury. Choose from the solid or popcorn pattern. They’re available in White, Nirvana, Birch, Raspberry Radiance, Silver Filigree, Lunar Rock, Infinity Blue, or Surf Spray.

If you’ve read a few of our pieces on MorningSave before and you like what you’ve seen, they offer a $5 monthly fee to get free shipping on all of your orders, no matter how many. Otherwise, it’s a flat rate of $8.


Tommy Hilfiger Cotton Bath Towels | $6 | Macy’s
Tommy Hilfiger Cotton Bath Towels | $6 | Macy’s
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

If you missed the last few towel deals, we covered you’re in luck, but this one is going fast too. For the rest of the week, grab a Tommy Hilfiger Cotton Bath Towel for only $6. That’s over 60% off the original price.

This is such a great deal, and all twelve colors are still available in the 30" x 54" size. These are uber soft and super absorbent, basically, the two things you look for in a big fluffy bath towel. They’re 100% cotton and machine washable. These have been on sale before, and this is the lowest price they have ever been. You can actually get a whole set (bath towel, hand towel, and washcloth) for a total of $13. Obviously, because this is an amazing deal, colors are going fast. If you see a matching set, buy it now.

Free shipping on orders over $25.


Martha Stewart Down Comforter | $58 | Macy’s | Use Code BTS
Martha Stewart Down Comforter | $58 | Macy’s | Use Code BTS
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

Get one of Martha Stewart’s reversible down comforters for just $58 right now. They come in a variety of sizes and four different colors; all are 52% off. These are a quality way to refresh a room and give it a new life. They are made of lightweight, hypoallergenic polyester fiberfill so that you can use them all year long. They were created exclusively for Macy’s and are easy to take care of as they’re machine washable. Soft, comfortable, and a great value for an easy upgrade.

These will ship free if you are a Platinum or Gold member.


Ninja Nutri Auto-IQ Blender | $70 | Amazon
Ninja Nutri Auto-IQ Blender | $70 | Amazon
Graphic: Sheilah Villari

Making the most delicious smoothie is an art. Not only do you have to worry about the freshest best ingredients, but there’s also the work of achieving the right balance. But there’s also the endeavor of blending it all to perfection. Ninja is one of if not the best at this. Today take $10 off on their Nutri Auto-IQ Blender and never worry about messing up a smoothie or shake again.

The Auto-IQ tech ensures the pro extractor blades for extracting the vitamins and nutrients you’re going through all this for. In the quest to get the most elite blend of veggies, fruits, and/or protein powders, taste and fusion are important in your concoctions. The 1000 watt motor helps with that, and the high speed can liquefy pretty much anything in seconds. The Ninja is easy to clean and comes with everything you need on your journey to fruit fusion. You’ll get the eighteen-ounce Nutri Ninja cup, a twenty-four-ounce Nutri Ninja cup, two sip & seal lids, and an instruction book full of recipes to get you started so you’ll never be without ideas.

Free one-day shipping for Prime members.


Flamingo Pool Float | $31 | Amazon
Flamingo Pool Float | $31 | Amazon
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Swimline has been making pool animals since the ‘70s, and they are known for size and quality. This flamingo from them is no different. One of their floaties can cost up to $100. Yes, that’s correct. But today, you can save 59% on this glorious pastel pool monster. It’s time to start playing with your summer water buddy.

Let the sunshine state come to wherever you are with all the flamboyance of the flamingo. That’s what a group of them are called, a flamboyance. Given the savings on this one, you could, in fact, fill your yard with your own flamboyance. Inflated one of these is 116" x 100" x 68", which is sizable. The manufacturers say you can fit four adults (850 lb. capacity), but I’m not so sure I’d chance it. But I guess that’s why there are four cupholders built-in. It can also just be you floating along in a pink paradise quadruple fisting. If you’ve been thinking of throwing an island party saving $41 on a hilarious prop for inside or out isn’t bad. Just don’t tiki your time to think about it.


DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test | $50 | StackSocial
DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test | $50 | StackSocial
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Curious to know what makes your good boy so good? Have you been told your pupper is a combo breed but feel like the jury is still out? Let DNA My Dog take the guessing work out of what your pup might be with their Breed Identification Test. It’s 36% off and at $60, is one of the most affordable on the market.

With a simple swab of the cheek, register your kit online and then send it off to the lab with pre-paid shipping. The whole process will take about two weeks, but hey, there are hundreds of breeds to go through. While genetic testing can be scary, it is essential to pinpoint specific health issues, especially early, to create a long-term plan. Understanding a mixed breed’s background can help you make crucial decisions regarding their diet, lifestyle, and health. Important information like this can help you be the best dog parent and give that little fur angel a long, happy life.

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EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner + Cartridge | $99 | StackSocial
EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner + Cartridge | $99 | StackSocial
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Depending on where you live, this past weekend seemed like a preview of what’s to come. While we might no be having consistent 80º days, they certainly aren’t far off. Whether you have room for a giant air conditioner or not, something close to cool you off is important. EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner is 22% off and fits the bill of size and power.

Evapolar makes quality cooling devices at reasonable prices. The EvaChill EV-500 is their newest model that’s energy-efficient, powerful, and doesn’t take up much space. It’s also effortless to use. There’s only one button so anyone can operate it. Just fill, plugin, and let the water spread through the cooling pad. That cooling temperature hits 59º in mere minutes. Evapolar designed this to use a natural evaporative effect to keep the temperature as low as can be. You will get a replacement cartridge that’s made from basalt, which is basically volcanic lava. The juxtaposition on that is, well, cool. Personal a personal AC unit is extremely portable and made to be leakage-proof. It also acts as a humidifier and air purifier. Get it today in white or black.

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Single-Serve K-Cup Coffee Maker | $48 | Amazon | Clip Coupon
Single-Serve K-Cup Coffee Maker | $48 | Amazon | Clip Coupon
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Good coffee shouldn’t cost and an arm and a leg. Making it in the comfort of your own home too is a huge plus. For the rest of the day, save $10 on Homendless’ Single-Serve K-Cup Coffee Maker.

If you live alone or are concerned with wasting pricey coffee, the K-cup is the way to go. This single-serve maker can do that and more. It’ll get you that quality selected java of your choice brewed in two minutes and ensures each cup is piping hot. It does come with a reusable grounds filter if you want to do it the old-fashioned way now and then. And it can even handle tea if being caffeinated isn’t for you. If you like being caffeinated, you can control your coffee’s strength because the water tank is easy to read and fill. So no need to sweat about your brew being too weak or too potent. There’s an automatic shut-off feature, and it even cleans itself. Wins all around.


12-Pack: Jelly Belly Harry Potter Magical Sweets | $19 | MorningSave
12-Pack: Jelly Belly Harry Potter Magical Sweets | $19 | MorningSave
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Right now, grab this 12 pack of Harry Potter Magical Sweets from Jelly Belly and add a little enchantment to your snack time. Each bag has five well-known shapes from the world of the boy who lived. The iconic lightning bolt, sorting hat, Hedwig, the Deathly Hallows symbol, and a potions bottle. These also have their own distinct flavors: blueberry, sour cherry, banana, tangerine, and watermelon. Freshness is guaranteed, and they should be good until November.

If you’ve read a few of our pieces on MorningSave before and you like what you’ve seen, they offer a $5 monthly fee to get free shipping on all of your orders, no matter how many.


Ring Video Doorbell Pro (Refurbished) | $100 | Amazon
Ring Video Doorbell Pro (Refurbished) | $100 | Amazon
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If you jump a little every time the doorbell rings because you’re not expecting company, you aren’t alone. Who is it? Why are they bothering you? Is it a delivery? And why do you have to get up from your seat to try and squint through your peephole and make out who the visitors could be?

The thing is, you don’t. Not with the Ring Video Doorbell Pro, which you can snag right now at Amazon for just $100. You’re getting a certified refurbished version for the price, which is $40 off its regular going rate of $140, which is a cool 29% off.

You get 1080p video recording as well as 30 days of free cloud storage to keep all the footage the doorbell takes. But most importantly, it features motion detection as well to alert you when you’ve received a package or someone’s been loitering around your door. It’s all within the Ring app, so you can have an all-in-one door monitoring system at your fingertips. No more sitting at your sofa being paranoid. Just check the camera next time.


Midea 3-Cubic Foot Upright Freezer | $195 | Amazon
Midea 3-Cubic Foot Upright Freezer | $195 | Amazon
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If you’ve ever thought about how great it might be to store frozen treats nearby or add supplemental freezer space to your home, you aren’t alone.

Add the Midea 3-Cubic Foot Upright Freezer to your living space for just $195, which is $80 off right now at Amazon. This diminutive vertical freezer, which as its name suggests, offers a 3-cubic foot amount of storage in an all-white container.

This modern-looking appliance includes an adjustable thermostat, three wire shelves for easy organization, and a reversible door hinge. It’s also very quiet at 33.4 decibels, so you won’t notice it running. Stock up on ice cream pints or keep extra items for food prep on hand. Either way, this fridge would be a useful addition to any household.


GreenLife 6-Piece Soft Grip Baking Set (Turquoise) | $43 | Amazon
GreenLife 6-Piece Soft Grip Baking Set (Turquoise) | $43 | Amazon
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Tired of eating takeout and ready to start cooking again? You and me both. But all I have are these decrepit pots and pans that I don’t really want to use. Thus, I end up ordering takeout. It’s a vicious cycle, but one you can end with this set of ceramic cookware and bakeware, on sale for a great price.

For just $43, you can pick up the GreenLife 6-Piece Soft Grip Baking Set (Turquoise) from Amazon. That’s nearly $24 (35% off) down from its usual price tag of $66. For that price, you get one small and one large ceramic frying pan, a baking tray, and a medium cake pan as well as a couple of silicone spatulas. Each piece is naturally nonstick, which means easy cleanup and no scrubbing off that gross debris when your meal is finished.

With cookware like this, you’ll soon find those DoorDash receipts coming few and far between. Besides, homemade food just tastes better. It’s a fact.


Summer Pack Sale | JACHS NY | Use Code SPK
Summer Pack Sale | JACHS NY | Use Code SPK
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Between climate change and the fact that it is currently July, it’s safe to say that summer is here to stay. And to get you into the right outfit for the occasion, JACHS NY is offering a triple-threat deal that’s too good to pass up. For a limited time, you can