Corsair PC peripherals, Valentine’s day gift cards, and discounted Sonos speakers kick off Tuesday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale. Click here to learn more.


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Today only, Amazon’s offering big discounts on a variety of PC parts and peripherals from Corsair.

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The deal doesn’t include everything you’d need to build a PC, but you’ll find cases, RAM, power supplies, an SSD, and more to get you started. And even if you’re not interested in upgrading the guts of your rig, you’ll find some great mechanical keyboards (including several from your favorite Corsair K series), mice, and other popular peripherals.

As with all Gold Box deals, these prices are only available today, but the most popular items could very well sell out early. [Corsair Gold Box]

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Note: There are two pages of deals. The navigation buttons are at the top of the page, and easy to miss.


Dorco makes some of the best razors on the market, including the ones you get every month in your Dollar Shave Club box. If you don’t mind buying directly from the source though, you can save even more with an excellent promo code today, plus free shipping. [$10 off any $20 Dorco order, promo code SECRETFIFTY]


Apple’s expansive (and expensive) iPad Pro is finally starting to get some discounts, and today, you can save $100 on the base 32GB Wi-Fi model. Plus, most buyers won’t have to pay any sales tax. [Apple iPad Pro 32GB, $700]


Once every few months or so, we’ll see the fantastic Sonos Play:1 speaker discounted to $170, and basically never less. Today on Groupon though, a discount stacked with a promo code will knock it down to $161, the best price we’ve ever seen. I can think of worse ways to spend your tax refund. [Sonos Play 1 Speaker, $161 with code EXTRA15]


We see Xbox One console deals almost every day. The PS4...not so much. So if you’re in the market for one, I wouldn’t hesistate with this deal. [PS4 Uncharted Bundle + 1 Year PlayStation Plus, $350]


It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that a 10,000mAh external battery pack for $9 is a screaming deal. That’ll get you at least two full phone charges. [Kmashi 10,000mAh Battery Pack, $9 with code JDI3KZ3Y]


If you still haven’t picked up a Valentine’s Day gift, Amazon’s here to bail you out with a trio of relevant gift card deals.

$50 1-800 Flowers.com Gift Card ($38) | Amazon | Promo code FLOWERS12

$100 Spafinder Wellness 365 Gift Card + $20 Amazon Card ($100) | Amazon

$100 Bedandbreakfast.com Gift Card + $15 Amazon Card ($100) | Amazon


Want to get into espresso without breaking the bank? This refurbished Cuisinart can make a single or double shot with 15 bars of pressure for just $75. Sure, there are better espresso makers out there, but you’d be hard pressed to find one for under $100. [Refurb Cuisinart 15-Bar Espresso Maker, $75]


Amazon’s Prime Pantry program is great for stocking up on household goods and non-perishable foods without actually having to visit a store, but the $5.99 per box shipping charge has always been a drag. This month though, if you buy five select items, you can get that fee waived.

There are hundreds of eligible items running the gamut from granola bars to bandages to toilet bowl cleaner, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding five that you need. Just add them to your box (plus anything else that will fit), and use code PANTRYFEB at checkout to get free shipping. [Free Prime Pantry shipping with five eligible purchases, promo code PANTRYFEB]

Bonus: If you already have a no-rush free shipping credit in your account, this deal actually appears to stack, netting you an extra $6 discount.


Whether you need more space to store your photos, an extra hard drive for your Xbox One, or a backup drive to replicate all of your files, you usually won’t find a better price than $70 for a 2TB portable drive. [Toshiba Canvio Basics 2TB Portable Hard Drive, $70]


Normally I’d say that you don’t need to buy post-apocalyptic survival products, but...have you been watching this Presidential race? [Survival Seed Vault - Heirloom Emergency Survival Seeds, $15]


We post a lot of deals on Brother mono laser printers, but if you’d prefer a Canon, the imageCLASS MF212w is on sale today for $90. That gets you a workhorse of a printer that can spit out 24 pages per minute, and includes a flatbed scanner and wireless networking. The best part though? It’s not an inkjet. [Canon - imageCLASS MF212w Wireless Mono Laser Printer, $90]


Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this attractive wine aerator is within a few cents of its all-time low price on Amazon. The alternative is of course pouring your wine in a blender, though that’s a bit less romantic. [Rabbit Wine Aerator Pourer, $12]


Update: Sold out

Gym bags, sweaty shoes, and luggage after a long trip can smell pretty ripe, but these natural charcoal purifier bags can make them a little less noxious. Today on Amazon, you can get a two pack of two packs (so four bags total) for just $10. [[BOGO free] Ohuhu [Set of 2, 75g] Natural Air Purifying Bags, $10. Add two to cart and use code JP592X9F]


Rather than try to sell you on this pillow, I’m going to turn it over to our deal researcher Corey, who actually owns one:

The pillow slowly conforms to my head position each night and remains comfortable. If it ever gets flat or bulgy in a way that’s not to my liking, a couple squishes here or there makes it perfect. Never going back.

Original Bamboo Memory Foam Hypoallergenic Pillow with Carry Bag ($19) | eBay


If you’re trying to eat healthier at work, this portable salad holder includes separate compartments for all of your different ingredients, including the dressing, plus a perfectly sized ice pack to keep everything cold and crisp. [Stay Fit Deluxe Salad Kit, EZ Freeze, $8]


Amazon’s running a tidy little sale on digital PC games today, including the complete Mass Effect trilogy for $10, Fallout: New Vegas for $2, and a lot more.


If you’re a fan of fighting games, this specialized PS4/PS3 controller is designed specifically for you. And at $30, it’s never been cheaper. [HORI Fighting Commander 4 Controller for PlayStation 4/3, $30]

Need a game to go with it? Mortal Kombat X is marked down to $25 right now.

And Prime members can preorder Mortal Kombat XL for $48. Discount shown at checkout.


If you never got around to playing Sleeping Dogs, the PS4 definitive edition is just $10 today on Amazon, with digital delivery. If you’re on the fence, Kotaku can help you decide. [Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition [Digital Code], $10]


You spend a good chunk of your computing time on phones and tablets these days, so why should your desktop be the only one that can use external storage? These flash drives include a microUSB connector to interface with your Android phones and tablets, and you can pick one up for just $12-$17.

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These would be perfect if you were on vacation, and didn’t have enough free space on your phone to store all the photos you wanted to take. Or if you wanted to store some HD movies to watch on your tablet during a long plane ride. And of course, it never hurts to have an easy, offline way to move files back and forth between different devices. These prices are right in line with what you’d expect to see on normal flash drives, so if you own any microUSB devices, there’s really no downside to picking one up.

SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive With micro USB Connector ($17) | Amazon

Samsung 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Duo (USB / MicroUSB) ($12) | Amazon


Like the idea of a Belkin WeMo Switch, but not willing to spend $40 to try one out. This TP-Link alternative has a nearly identical feature set for half the price.

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Just like a WeMo switch, TP-Link’s Smart Plug will let you turn appliances on and off from your smartphone, and set schedules to toggle them automatically. The only major feature it’s lacking is IFTTT support, but it will integrate with an Amazon Echo for voice control. [TP-Link Smart Plug, $20]


I’m guessing that most of you already own an external battery pack or two, but if your new phone includes Quick Charge 2.0 support, you’ll want to upgrade your portable charger to take advantage.

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$19 is a pretty solid price for any 15,000mAh battery pack; the Quick Charge port is just a cherry on top. [Aukey 15000mAh Portable External Battery Power Bank with Quick Charge 2.0, $19 with code JWRHH5I9]


I was hoping Amazon would have a deal on the Echo today in light of its Super Bowl commercial appearances, but alas, we’ll have to settle for a $40 Fire tablet and $20 off Kindle e-readers.

Amazon Fire 7" ($40) | Amazon

Amazon Kindle ($60) | Amazon

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite ($100) | Amazon

Amazon Kindle For Kids Bundle ($80) | Amazon


If you’re in the market for a new Xbox One, Microsoft’s giving out $75 gift credits, plus an extra game of your choice with the purchase of select bundles. That’s in addition to any games you get with the bundle anyway, so you’ll be starting out with a solid little library. [Xbox One Bundles + Free Game + $75 Gift Credit]


Smartphone armbands and Bluetooth headphones get along even better than Peyton Manning and Papa John, and you can get both today for just $16. [Aukey Universal Waterproof Case Bag Pouch with Armband and Aukey Wireless Stereo Sport Bluetooth Headphones, $16. Add both to cart and use code TMOG2Y8Z]

Note: The code only works with the blue earbuds.


Aeration is an important part of any healthy lawn, and these strap-on shoe spikes make it easy (and cheap). Also great for combat! [Ohuhu Lawn Aerator Shoes, $20 with code KKPJADB2]


Today at Best Buy, if you buy one gift card to PSN, Xbox Live, Nintendo’s eShop, and more, you can get a second for 20% off. Buying digitally usually isn’t the cheapest way to buy full games, but this deal should pay off when it comes to DLC. [Gaming Gift Card Sale]

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Protip: Xbox Owners can use the discount on this particular gift card pack, which includes a $5 free bonus credit. That means you can get $100 of credit for $81.


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