Back in 2012, we launched the daily deals roundup that would come to be known as Kinja Deals. While we couldn’t be more proud that our readers have taken advantage of the discounts we’ve posted more than 25 million times, it was immediately clear to us that Kinja Deals was a place to discover cool new stuff as well as to save money on it.
In 2013 we started testing and curating products for you, and today we’re giving those recommendations a home: The Inventory.
On The Inventory, you’ll find our picks in a broad range of consumer product categories including Technology, Home Goods, Lifestyle Upgrades, and Outdoor Gear, in the form of reviews, buying guides, roundups, gift guides, news coverage, and more.
You won’t have to wait to see what we’re excited to cover for you- we’re launching with around 500 articles. We’ve always been guided by your interests, and as always, we want your feedback.
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But what’s happening to Kinja Deals, our daily roundup of discounts with prices so low they caused Robert Mueller to abandon the Russia investigation? Kinja Deals has a new home at KinjaDeals.TheInventory.com, though your old bookmarks should redirect just fine.
Our long-running reader-voted product series, Co-Op, also has a new home at Co-Op.TheInventory.com
Points.TheInventory is our new home for all things Travel and Rewards Credit Card related.
All Inventory and Kinja Deals content is created completely independently of the Editorial and Advertising sides of our company, and never Sponsored. We choose every product and deal we post based on our own interest in the product, reader interest in the category, and/or the quality of the deal.
All links to retailers on our CMS, Kinja, are automatically turned into affiliate links, meaning if you click through a link we post or purchase a product we recommend, we may get a small share of that sale. You can find disclosure to this effect above the headline of every article on The Inventory and Kinja Deals.
You’ll find Amazon “insets” across much of the content on our network. These modules provide readers with the name of an item, the price, an image of the product, promo codes where applicable, and another instance of our affiliate link disclosure.
The green text in insets is “social proof”, a counter for how many of a product has been purchased through links on Gizmodo Media sites. This counter tracks all-time purchases, not purchases from a single post, and is delayed 24 hours.