Anker string lights, SanDisk flash storage, and Coleman camping gear lead off Tuesday’s best deals.

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Top Tech Deals

One can never have enough flash storage, so stock up on some of SanDisk’s most popular gear in today’s Amazon Gold Box.

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There’s actually some pretty cool stuff in here that we don’t see many discounts on, including a USB-C flash drive, portable and internal SSDs, and even 256GB and 128GB microSD cards, which would be perfect for a Nintendo Switch. But be sure to head over to Amazon to see all of the discounts, and remember that these prices are only available today, or until sold out.


Anker PowerCore Case, $42 with code PW7KINJA

Anker’s new battery case for the iPhone 6, 6s, and 7 does things a little differently than you might expect, but it could be the best option for iPhone owners who want a battery case for certain situations, but might not use it every day.

Unlike literally every iPhone battery case ever made, Anker’s PowerCore Case doesn’t stay plugged into the iPhone’s Lightning port at all times. Instead, it’s more like a battery backpack with a tiny, hideaway Lightning cable that you can plug in whenever your phone needs a boost.

While it’s a less sleek look when you’re actually using the PowerCore Case to charge your phone, it actually makes a lot of sense. This design means that the entire outer edge of the case can be made of silicone rather than rigid plastic, making it easy to take off when you don’t need it. It also doesn’t obscure your phone’s Lightning port, so you can still use all of the Lightning cables you’ve already set up around your home, office, and car.

The case just launched for $52 (about half of what Apple charges for their own version), but our readers can already save $10 with promo code PW7KINJA.


Anker PowerTouch 5, $12 with code BEST2516 | Anker PowerTouch 10, $18 with code BEST2512

If your phone supports Qi wireless charging, it’s a great day to buy some new pads to scatter around your home and office, as Anker’s 5W and 10W PowerTouch pads are both on sale.

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Other than the maximum charging speed and a few very minor design differences, these are functionally identical. The headlining feature is an LED light ring on the bottom (which you can turn off, thankfully) which pulses to indicate whether your device is charging. Just note that not all phones can accept 10W wireless charging, and that these don’t include power adapters, so you’ll need to plug them into a USB charging port somewhere.


OLALA 6,000mAh Portable Charger, $15 with code ETV9MJY9

USB battery packs are basically just expensive paperweights if you don’t have a cable to go with them. This OLALA 6,000mAh pack though has a built-in Lightning connector, meaning iPhone owners will never be without a charge.


Every modem rental fee you pay to your ISP is padding for their bottom line, and a total rip-off for you. Fortunately, you can buy your own modem for a relatively small upfront cost, and knock a few bucks off your monthly bill.

There used to be a general consensus that Motorola’s SB6141 was the best modem for most cable internet subscribers, but the newer SB6183 is supports double the maximum download speeds (686mbps), which is important for future-proofing purposes, if nothing else. If you don’t mind buying a refurb, $50 is the best price we’ve ever seen.

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Logitech’s K780 keyboard can connect to essentially any modern computing device over either Bluetooth or with a USB wireless dongle, including smartphones, tablets, home theater PCs, game consoles and smart TVs as well.

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The same could be said for a lot of wireless keyboards though, so what’s so great about this one? The K780 can stay paired to three devices at once, and switch between them at the touch of a button, so you won’t have to go through a cumbersome pairing process every time you want to switch from controlling your smart TV to your Xbox One. It’ll also run for up to two years on a pair of included AAA batteries, and even has a stand built right in for phones and tablets.

$60's the best price Amazon’s ever listed on this model, so you never need to type in your Netflix password with a joystick ever again.


Anker’s eclectic Easter sale includes the newest version of your favorite affordable Bluetooth earbuds, a pocket-sized speaker, a massive Quick Charge 3.0 battery pack, and more. Check out all of the deals below, and be sure to note the promo codes.


Aukey 4-USB/2-AC outlet adapter, $16 with code AUKEHUB1

$16 is about what you’d expect to pay for a 4-port USB charging hub, but this Aukey model also comes with two AC outlets, so your lamps and laptops don’t have to go hungry.

For a more traditional power strip, try this model, which includes four AC outlets and four USBs, plus a 5' extension cable.


TaoTronics makes a lot of popular Bluetooth earbuds, but their new wireless over-ears are also a great deal at $40. The best part is that if their 20 hour battery ever dies (unlikely), you can plug them in with an included 3.5mm cable, and enjoy them just like regular headphones.


Anker’s new PowerDrive 2 Elite can output 12W on both ports simultaneously, and it looks really nice to boot. We had it for $10 at launch, but otherwise, today’s $12 price is the best we’ve seen.

Top Home Deals

Eufy String Lights, $9 with code TPIIHLHB

Anker’s home goods brand, Eufy, put its uber-popular copper string lights back on sale today for $9 today with code TPIIHLHB. This particular set doesn’t include a remote, but at this price, it’s a fine option for indoor or outdoor decorating.


We post a lot of deals on solar-powered motion-sensing outdoor spotlights, but these Mr. Beams models trade in the solar panel for a sleeker look and the ability to mount them in shaded areas.

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Three D batteries will power them for 1800 on/off cycles, and their built-in photocells ensure they won’t come on and waste power when it’s still light out. $29's by far the best price Amazon’s ever offered on a 3-pack, so lock in your order before the lights go out on this deal.


You’ve probably noticed that mules have taken over all of your favorite bars, and now you can serve them at home with a pair of 4.8 star-rated hammered copper mugs for $26. You’ll also get a bonus copper shot glass in the box.

Protip: Use Bundaberg ginger beer, if you can find it.

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I’m not saying civil society is going to break down in the relatively near future, necessitating survival preparedness. But I’m not not saying it. This $26 emergency kit includes first aid supplies, hand warmers, a thermal blanket, purified water, and more, all packed into a portable pouch.


4-Pack OxyLED N01 Night Lights, $13 with code 4POXYN01

This 4-pack of night lights is a fine deal. A good deal, even! But mostly I just wanted to share the product photo above.


Withings Body, $69 after 30% coupon

If you’re starting to work off your winter blubber, the ever-popular Withings Body smart scale can help you monitor your progress. $69 (after you clip the 30% coupon on the page) is a match for the best deal we’ve seen.

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The Withings Body syncs stats for up to eight different users to their phones, and integrates with MyFitnessPal to help you monitor calorie intake hit your weight goals. You can also save all of your stats to frameworks like Apple HealthKit and Google Fit to access them in an array of other apps.


Suaoki Air Compressor, $30 with code 3LW3KDWP

There are few things more irritating than noticing your tires are low on air, and then having to find a bunch of quarters, driving to the gas station, and cursing the heavens when the compressor shuts off before you’ve finished filling all four.

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Instead, just buy this tiny $30 compressor, and fill up your own tires from anywhere. You can thank me later.


Our readers have bought thousands upon thousands of Rubbermaid Easy Find Lid food storage sets over the years, but today’s a great day to upgrade to the Premier version.

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Compared to the originals, these feature a stronger plastic base which is better at resisting stains and smells, and lids that snap to the bottom of their containers, so they never get separated. $15 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed on the 12-piece set (which includes six containers and six lids, not 12 containers), so stock up.


This 54-piece screwdriver set is marketed as a laptop repair kit, but with a snake attachment and tons of bits, it could come in handy for all sorts of repairs in hard-to-reach places.


12-Pack Variety Pack, $11 after Subscribe & Save and 20% coupon | 12-Pack Pepsi 1893 Original Cola, $11 after Subscribe & Save and 20% coupon

You probably rolled your eyes when Pepsi started making “craft” sodas, but it turns out, they’re actually really good, and Amazon will sell you a 12-can variety pack, or 12 “Original” cans for $10 when you use Subscribe & Save and clip the 30% coupon on the page. We saw this deal briefly last weekend, but if you missed out (or already drank it all), here’s another chance.


2-Pack OxyLED Toilet Lights, $10 with code 2OXYTN01

You probably looked at that image up there and laughed. But let me tell you, there’s nothing funny about using the bathroom in the middle of the night and having to turn on an overhead light to see where you’re going. Because as soon as you hit that switch, you know you’re not getting back to sleep for another hour.

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OxyLED’s new motion-sensing toilet lights fit on just about any toilet, and can output 12 different colors of light without wreaking havoc on your circadian rhythms. For a limited time, you can score a 2-pack for $10 with code 2OXYTN01. That’s the best price we’ve seen on these by $4.

Top Lifestyle Deals

It’s the perfect time of year for a camping trip, and Amazon’s celebrating with a sale on Coleman camping gear, including tents, sleeping bags, cooking gear (including the RoadTrip portable grill), and more. A few examples are below, but head over to Amazon to see the rest.

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If schlepping to the gym is too high a bar to clear most days, this adjustable fitness bench might motivate you to exercise more at home. $40's about $20 less than usual, but it’s only available for Prime members, so go flex those savings muscles.


Nordstrom Rack is marking down a bunch of Sperry styles for both men and women. Tons of their classic boat shoes are discounted, as well as sneakers, loafers, and even some sandals. It’s about time to start thinking about the footwear you’ll need for the warmer months. You should definitely hurry up, though, because styles are already selling out.

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Free Two-Day Shipping with code CANDY11

Spring has officially sprung, so it’s as good a time as any to stock up on new workout clothes with PUMA’s free two-day shipping when you use the code CANDY11. With a massive sale section and new styles just added, it’s a no-brainer to pick up those new kicks you’ve been eyeing. But this is a one-day thing, so don’t dawdle.


Spring is finally here and ASOS wants to make sure your wardrobe is prepared. Previous, it was up to 50% off, but now, they’re going all the way up to 70% off on sandals to skirts, and everything in between to help get you ready for the new season. Give your arms, legs, and toes a little breathing room.

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Remington Shortcut Pro Haircut Kit, $34 after $10 in-cart discount and $10 clippable coupon

Update: This is now down to $34! It’s priced at $54, but the $10 Remington discount still applies automatically in your cart, and a $10 clippable coupon on the page stacks.

If you’re enough of a daredevil to give yourself a haircut, Remington’s Shortcut Pro makes the process as simple as possible.

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For $46 (after a $10 off $50 promotion Amazon’s running), the Shortcut Pro can run for 40 minutes on its built-in lithium-ion battery, and includes nine different length combs to customize your look. And unlike most electric trimmers, it’s shaped like a puck, rather than a wand, which makes it much easier to maneuver around the back of your own head. Just note that you won’t see the $10 discount until checkout.


Dorco Pace Power Shaving Kit, $12 with code KINJA410

Dorco’s insane razor discounts continue unabated this week with the Pace Power Shaving Kit, just $12 with code KINJA410. The Pace Power looks like a regular razor handle, but pop a AAA battery in there, and it can lightly vibrate to help lift hairs for an easier shave. That’d be a great deal on its own for this price, but you’ll also get five cartridges and a small bottle of shaving cream to get you started.


I never realized you could add extra features to a hand grip strengthener, but this one will count your squeezes, calculate your calories burned, and show you how long you’ve been exercising, all for $6.

Top Media Deals

The complete X-Files Collector’s Set is backed with 57 (!!!) discs comprising all 10 seasons (including the new special event series from 2016), plus over 25 hours of extra features. If you’re a die-hard fan, Amazon’s selling the set for $120, matching an all-time low price.


iTunes gift card discounts are noticeably less common than they used to be, and while we do see 20% discounts from time to time, a $100 iTunes gift card for $85 is still a solid deal if you pay for apps, movies, Apple Music, or iCloud storage.

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Blessed are the cheesemakers, but you don’t need much cheddar to buy Monty Pyton’s Life of Brian on Blu-ray.


At $8 per month for Prime members (it’s still $10 for non-members), Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot with a limited time $10 credit when you sign up for a new account.

You’ll still get your one month free trial when you start the service, but the first $10 you spend on the service will be automatically refunded thereafter. That means you’ll get at least two full months for free, plus a little more if you’re a Prime member. Just note that this promotion is only available to new subscribers who have never signed up for a trial before. If you’re eligible, you should see the promotion mentioned after you sign in through this link.

Top Gaming Deals

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition, $30 - PS4 | Xbox One

Update: If you have Xbox Live Gold, this is available for $25 digitally on Xbox One.

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In case you’ve been living in a cave and haven’t played it yet, The Witcher 3 is one of the best games you can buy for the current generation of consoles, and theComplete Edition is available for just $30 today, the best price we’ve seen since Black Friday. In terms of dollars-per-hour of content, you won’t find many better game deals.


Corsair’s packed a ton of features into its M65 Pro gaming mouse, including an aluminum body, 12,00 DPI sensor, custom RGB backlighting, and even a “sniper button” for toggling DPI settings on the fly. It typically sells for $60, and $40's a match for the best price Amazon’s ever listed.


A $20 bonus Amazon gift card isn’t the best deal we’ve seen on the Xbox One Elite controller, but it’s not bad if it’s been on your wishlist (as it should be).


$40 is about as cheap as Xbox One controllers ever get, but today, that gets you a controller and a copy of Metal Gear Solid V. That’s not even, like, a terrible game that they’d be trying to get rid of. It’s pretty good!



If you’ve been waiting nearly half a year for a big discount on the PlayStation VR...this is not it. But even so, a free copy of the VR-compatible Resident Evil Biohazard is the best toss-in bonus we’ve seen with one of the best VR systems you can buy.

Just note that this deal is only on the headset. You’ll also need a PlayStation Camera for head tracking, plus a pair of motion controllers for certain games.


This isn’t technically a deal (unless you consider a $1 discount to $69 nice), but the Switch Pro Controller is in stock on Amazon, which is a minor miracle given Nintendo’s recent history.


Humble Bundles are usually centered around PC games, or occasionally Android, but the Humble THQ Nordic bundle is all about the PS4.

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15 PS4 downloadable titles are spread across three different price tiers, including several Darksiders games and Destroy All Humans. $15 unlocks everything, but as always, you get to pay whatever you want, and a portion of the proceeds will go to charity.

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