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To celebrate Transparent’s five wins at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, Amazon is selling Prime subscriptions for just $67, today only. That’s $32 less than usual, and the best deal they’ve ever offered on their marquee (and increasingly prolific) service.


The unfortunate catch here is that the deal is only for new members. In the past, there’s been a loophole to buy discounted Prime gift subscriptions, and then “gift” them to yourself when your own membership expired, but it seems like they’ve totally shut that down this time.

As soon as you check out, the membership will be immediately applied to your account, and your account only: No gifting allowed. And if you already have Prime, you won’t be allowed to check out at all. That’s a bummer, but this is still an amazing deal for anyone who hasn’t tried the best deal in tech. [Amazon Prime, $67]

Update: Sold Out

GoPro’s lilliputian Hero4 Session only came out a few months ago, but it just got one of the best GoPro discounts I’ve ever seen. Not only do you save $100 on the camera’s $400 MSRP, you’ll also get a $40 Amazon gift card tossed in for free. [GoPro Hero4 Session + $40 Amazon gift card, $299]

Note: The promo page doesn’t seem to work on mobile. You’ll need to click through on a desktop. Also, the discount doesn’t appear until checkout.

To celebrate the release of new iPhones, Anker is offering some truly insane deals on cases, chargers, and more. Head over to this post to see the full list, complete with promo codes.

The worst part of a (short) power outage is that it kills your home internet connection, but this $40 UPS backup will make that a thing of the past.


As soon your power goes out, the APC’s built-in battery will kick in to keep your modem, router, and other low-draw electronics running for up to 4.5 hours. That’s not going to help much during a major natural disaster, but it’s awesome if you experience brief outages with any regularity. [APC Back-UPS Connect BGE90M,120V, Network Backup with USB Charging ports, $40]

By now, most of you probably have a USB battery pack or two to keep your phones charged, and that’s great! But I’m willing to bet most of them won’t start your car if its battery dies.

The $60 Anker compact car jump starter has your standard pair of USB ports and a 10,000mAh built-in battery, but it also ships with a set of removable jumper cables to jolt your car’s engine to life in a pinch. Once you’re up and running, it’ll even recharge itself via an included 15V car charger, so it never even has to leave your glove box.

Hopefully you don’t need to use this often, but it’s one of those things you’ll be really glad you bought when the time comes. [Anker Compact Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger Power Bank with 400A Peak Current, $60 with code JE3IPG5P]

If you head over to Woot today, you’ll find three different refurbished Logitech Harmony universal remotes marked down to great low prices. At the low end, the $65 Logitech Harmony Smart Control doesn’t include a built-in screen, but it can control up to eight devices, and also turns your phone into a remote via an included app.


The two more expensive models include built-in touchscreens for advanced controls and setup, but the $195 Harmony Ultimate bundles in a closed-cabinet repeater to control hidden-away electronics. [Logitech Harmony Sale]

Update: Sold Out

You need to buy a weather radio. It’s true! Good thing this one’s only $10, including two wireless alert modules that you can place around your house or fallout shelter. [Eton ZoneGuard+ Weather Alert Clock Radio System with Wireless Alert Modules, $10]

The Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset has great reviews, and normally sells for $100 even. Today on Amazon though, you can pick it up for $74, which is an all-time low, and actually cheaper than the first generation model. The Cloud II is fully compatible with your PC, Xbox One, and PS4, and features 7.1 virtual surround sound [HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset, $74]

h/t Ryan Colvin

Hands down, Nespresso is the easiest way to make decent espresso at home, and their high-end VertuoLine model will make regular coffee too. The whole set is down to an all-time low $181 on Amazon today, complete with an Aeroccino Plus milk frother. [Nespresso VertuoLine Coffee and Espresso Maker with Aeroccino Plus Milk Frother, $181]

If you like the look of Microsoft’s limited edition Halo 5: Guardians gamepad, Prime members can save $10 on a preorder today. Granted, that still only brings the price down to $60, but the heart wants what it wants. [Preorder Xbox One Limited Edition Halo 5: Guardians Wireless Controller, $60. Prime members only. Discount shown at checkout.]

The Logitech G710+ was one of your top 5 nominations for Best Gaming Keyboard, and today you can get a refurb for just $64, which is a match for the best price we’ve ever seen.

That price gets you six programmable G-keys, dual-zone backlighting, and quiet mechanical keys. We don’t expect this to last long. [Refurb Logitech G710+ Gaming Keyboard, $64]

If you’re a fan of British humor, you’ll definitely want to check out today’s Amazon Gold Box deal. [Today Only - Select BBC Classics & Cult Comedies Are Up to 79% Off at Amazon]

We’ve seen a few modest deals on the Apple Watch Sport, but this is the best one we’ve seen to date on the larger, 42mm model.


Granted, $25 isn’t a huge discount, but it’s best we’ve seen to date on the Apple Watch. More importantly though, most buyers won’t have to pay sales tax, which sweetens the deal considerably compared to buying directly from Apple. [Apple Watch Sport 42mm, $375. No tax for most]

KMASHI’s cheap battery packs are some of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, and their well-reviewed 10,000mAh model is back down to just $9 today (with code MHLSNM2R), matching all-time low.

This battery is just about the perfect size for sharing with a travel partner during an extended flight, or keeping in your bag if you’ll be spending a long time away from power outlets, but its biggest selling point is peace of mind; life is just less stressful when you know that your phone won’t run out of juice. So if you don’t own something similar already, it’s a no-brainer deal. [KMASHI 10000mAh Dual USB Battery Pack, $9 with code MHLSNM2R]

Packing cubes can make organizing clothes and toiletries for your next trip a little less hellish, and this highly-rated set of four is only $20 today. [MIU COLOR Packing Cubes - Set of 4, $20 with code 7CICMDHL]

If your iTunes balance is running low, here’s another chance to save 20% on a $100 refill card. If you ever buy apps, shows, movies, music, books, or iCloud storage from Apple, this is basically free money. And if your Apple Music free trial is set to expire in the next few days, your renewal will automatically draw from your iTunes account. [$100 iTunes Gift Card, $80]





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