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Amazon hypes this apparel sale as an opportunity to buy last minute gifts, but damn if I don’t want to buy cheap wool socks and pajama pants for myself. [50-75% Off Last-Minute Clothing & Accessory Gifts at Amazon]


In case you need a few more last minute gift ideas, Amazon just kicked off a Gold Box deal on a bunch of popular Logitech accessories, starting as low as $9.

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Inside, you’ll find an Anywhere Mouse MX for $27, a 2.1 speaker system for $26, a $38 solar-powered keyboard, and a whole lot more. As with all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, and the best stuff could sell out early, so get clicking. [Logitech Gold Box]


If you need a last minute gift for the Nintendo fan in your life, this imported Mario figurine includes interchangeable expressions, item blocks, a coin, two enemies, and more. That’s an absolute steal at $20. [Good Smile Super Mario: Mario Nendoroid Action Figure, $20]


Assuming your computer can handle it, it’s officially not crazy to upgrade to a 4K monitor.

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Unlike most sub-$500 options, this 27” model from Dell features an IPS panel with amazing color accuracy and viewing angles, and you can pick one up from Amazon for just $450. I happen to own the 24” model of the same monitor, and I absolutely love it. [Dell Ultra HD 4k Monitor P2715Q 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor, $450]


$10 isn’t a huge discount, but if anyone on your holiday shopping list wants a new Apple TV, and you missed out on some short-lived Black Friday savings, this is probably the best deal we’ll see before next year.

Apple TV 32GB ($139) | Staples

Apple TV 64GB ($189) | Staples


The Moto X Pure “does Android better than Google,” and Amazon will sell you one today for an absurdly low $350. For context, these were on sale for $450 with $30 in Amazon credit on Black Friday, so if you couldn’t quite pull the trigger back then, I wouldn’t hesitate today. [Moto X Pure, $350]

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Black Friday was oddly lacking in major Sonos discounts, but you can snag a rare $30 discount on a Play:1 speaker today from Rakuten. [Sonos Play:1 All-In-One Wireless Music System, $170]


I used to chop garlic by hand, and I think deep down, I was hoping I’d cut my finger off just so I’d have an excuse to stop. That all changed when I bought a garlic press, which minces a clove in a matter of seconds, and does a far better job of it than I could ever do with a knife. [Professional Stainless Steel Garlic Press Complete Bundle with Silicone Tube Peeler, $9]


This was $5 cheaper on Black Friday, but if you find yourself in need of a lot of extra file storage, it’s tough to beat 5TB for $115. [Seagate Backup Plus 5TB Desktop External Hard Drive, $115]


If you ever take your pets on car rides, you can keep them secure in the back seat with a two pack of pet set belts for just $6. [Etekcity 2-Pack Pet Car Seat Belt, $6 with code BELTDOG3]

Note: As our friend Jason Chen points out on Twitter, these aren’t really designed to keep your pet safe in a car crash. They’ll keep your pets from climbing on top of you in the front seat (which could prevent an accident!), but if you want an actual safety device, you’ll want to look into SleepyPod harnesses.


Everyone likes a little candlelight every now and then, but if you don’t want to keep buying new candles (or houses after you burn yours down), this 6-pack of flameless alternatives is just $13 today. [Kohree Realistic Battery-Powered Flameless Pillar Candles - 6 Pack, $13 with code QEEI4BK3]


Battery-powered LED night lights were a huge hit this year on Kinja Deals, and two popular options are on sale right now. Even if you already bought a bunch of these (likely!), these would make great gifts.

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[3 Pack] OxyLED Stick-on Anywhere Portable LED Wireless Motion Sensing LED Night Light ($18) | Amazon | Use code DHYVYQB8

BOGO Oxyled SL05 LED Solar Powered Step Garden Wall Path Lights, Stainless Steel ($15) | Amazon | Add two to cart and use code X2BKWCG4



$20 for 16GB is still a rip-off, but in the proprietary world of Vita memory cards, it’s the best price we’ve ever seen. [16GB PlayStation Vita Memory Card, $20]


Three classic Hitchcock films on Blu-ray for one low price. This would be a great little gift for the film buff on your list. [Alfred Hitchcock: The Classic Collection -Notorious / Rebecca / Spellbound, $14]


We’ve seen several deals lately on Philips’ life-changing wake-up lights, but if you’re not among the 20,000+ Gawker media readers who have already pulled the trigger, the entry level model just dropped to its lowest price ever.

Unlike an unsympathetic traditional alarm clock, the Philips Wake-Up Light eases you awake with a gradually-brightening light that simulates a natural sunrise, which is how humans are designed to wake up anyway. And of course, it will still nudge you awake with a gentle beep when it’s really time to get out of bed. It also doubles as a very warm and pleasant reading light as you’re getting ready to go to sleep. I’ve owned this thing for nearly a year, and I can definitely tell the difference when I sleep away from home and have to rely on my iPhone alarm. [Philips HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light, $48. Clip the $10 coupon]


Let’s be honest here, thin fabric koozies are mostly useful for decoration; they don’t really keep a can cold for very long. This imposing metal Thermos contraption though? It’s the real deal.

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Thermos’s stainless steel can insulator uses vacuum insulation and thick walls to actually provide a barrier between your beverage and the outside world. They go so far as to claim that it will keep a can cold for up to 3 hours, and even if that’s a little bit of marketing hyperbole, what could possibly be in that can that takes more than an hour to drink?

Over 1,200 Amazon reviewers have given the Thermos a 4.7 star review average, and you can get one (or more!) for just $10 right now, an all-time low. This would make a great stocking stuffer for the holidays, so check out before they sell out. [Thermos Stainless Steel Beverage Can Insulator for 12 Ounce Can, $10]


Remember the Lytro Illum? The professional-grade light field camera that could refocus and shift perspective on photos after you took them? It was undoubtedly cool, but a tough sell at its original $1600 price. But could you be tempted at $380? [LYTRO ILLUM 40 Megaray Light Field Camera, $380]


If your phone supports Qi wireless charging, today’s your lucky day. Anker’s basic charging pad is down to just $12, which is a fantastic deal for most phones. [Anker Wireless Charger PowerPort Qi Wireless Charging Pad, $12]


We see deals on hard drive enclosures almost every day, but even by our standards, $7 is cheap. If you have any spare hard drives or SSDs lying around, this is a great excuse to turn them into external drives. [ORICO 2.5” USB 3.0 SATA Hard Drive Enclosure, $7 with code 3QGJVXWL]


What’s the most important thing you can do with your money this holiday season? FALSE. The correct answer was not give any more of it than you have to to airline companies. This travel-sized luggage scale is just $7 today, and will alert you if all those gifts you don’t want but have to carry back home are going to put your bag over the weight limit. [Tiptiper Digital Multifunction Luggage Scale, $7 with code IAKPQZQE]


Many newer Android smartphones support a technology called Qualcomm Quick Charge, which allows them to charge up to 75% faster than usual when plugged into a certified high-power charger. If your phone is supported, here’s the best deal we’ve ever seen on Aukey’s single-port wall charger. [Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 18W USB Turbo Wall Charger, $6 with code PICCIE72]


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