A powerful-but-quiet generator, Rubbermaid’s popular FreshWorks containers, and Burt’s Bees products lead off Wednesday’s best deals.

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Football season’s almost here, and you can power your tailgate with this surprisingly portable 1600 W (2000 W surge) generator.

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The Wen 56200i is as quiet during operation as a normal human conversation, and normally sells for around $500. Today only though, Amazon’s marked it down to $380 as part of a Gold Box deal. That’s an all-time low, so be sure to grab one before this deal runs out of gas.


Earlier today, a couple of a la carte Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers went on sale (albeit briefly), but if you were holding out for a deal on the 2-pack, you were wise to wait.

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While supplies last (which, if history is any indication, won’t be long), you can get a 17 cup and 2.5 cup container for just $15. That’s an all-time low, and $2 less our previous mention. I might just buy myself a second set.

The medium container (not included in this set) has also been going in and out of stock for $9 today, an all-time low (if it looks sold out, try clicking the “Frustration Free Packaging” option).

From earlier:

So, what’s the big deal? First, each FreshWorks product includes a “crisp tray” which elevates your produce off the bottom of the container, giving moisture a place to drip, and air enough room to flow. Second and most importantly, the lids feature special filters that regulate the flow of oxygen and CO2 into and out of the containers. All told, Rubbermaid claims keeps food fresh up to 80% longer than store packaging.

These recently became one of the fastest products to ever reach our Bestseller pantheon, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from our readers.


It really wasn’t that long ago that a 256 megabyte flash drive would set you back over $50. But now, you can get 256 gigabytes for just $48, an all-time low for this popular drive.


If you have any travel planned in the next few months, or just feel like getting away for a weekend, JetBlue is taking 20% off all domestic fares and 15% off international fares with promo code FALL2016, today only.

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The deal is valid on flights from September 7 and November 9, excluding all Friday and Sunday flights, as well as October 1-10. Click here for all the terms and conditions, then use this link to book. Don’t forget the code!


If your movie theater of choice is operated by Regal, this discounted gift card essentially amounts to ten free dollars. In most cities, that’s like a free ticket!


Vitamix makes some of the best high-end blenders on the market, (just ask The Sweethome), and Amazon is selling refurbs in multiple colors for $248 today.

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These are labeled as the Vitamix 1888-1901, depending on the color, but they’re actually refurbished Vitamix 6300 blenders, which are a little older, but sell for around $500 new. The only difference? You get a five year warranty instead of seven. I’d say that’s worth saving over 50%.


If you’re in the market for a solid mid-range gaming headset on a budget, the Logitech G430 is down to $40 today, a match for the best price we’ve seen since Black Friday.


Canon’s 5D Mark III has long been the go-to DSLR for videographers, and a solid workhorse for professional and prosumer photographers as well. And while $1,899 for the body alone is still a solid chunk of change, it’s still $700 less than Amazon.


Giant plugs that block other outlets should be illegal, but until President Trump nukes all of the offenders, this swiveling surge protector from Belkin might be your only recourse. There are some surge protectors out that only feature a few pivoting outlets, or that build multiple outlets onto a single hinge, but this one features eight outlets that can all move independently. Brilliant.


Extra 35% off full-price, Extra 50% off clearance, free shipping with code SALESOSERIOUS

Another day, another J.Crew Factory markdown. This time, get an extra 35% off basically everything full-price (the only exclusions are women’s and men’s denim jeans, women’s blazers, leather items, and men’s suiting), an extra 50% off clearance styles, plus free shipping when you use the code SALESOSERIOUS.


Extra 25% off Nature Valley. Discount shown at checkout.

Nature Valley bars are my weekday breakfast of choice, and Amazon’s taking an extra 25% off a variety of different flavors today, including three 24-bar variety value packs for just $9, the best price we’ve ever seen. Like all Amazon coupons, you won’t see the discount until checkout.

Pro tip: Break up the crunchy bars inside the wrapper before you open it, then pull out the pieces to avoid getting crumbs everywhere. It’s the only way.


We’re heading into treacherous skin and lip territory as the colder months approach. Stock up on everything you need to keep your pucker, hands, feet, and face from crackin’ with Amazon’s Burt’s Bees Gold Box deal. Plus, save extra when you Subscribe & Save. But you’d better hurry, because this deal will fly away at the end of the day.


You won’t unlock the full potential of Amazon’s Fire TV Stick without the useful voice remote, and Amazon just released a batch of refurbished voice remote bundles for $40, or $10 less than buying it new. To put it another way, that’s like getting the voice remote for free in exchange for buying a slightly used dongle that you’ll literally never see once it’s plugged in.


You’ve probably heard a lot of fuss about mechanical keyboards lately, and if not, you’ve at least heard the clicking. If you’re curious to try one yourself without dropping a bunch of money, here’s an entry level model for $30, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any mechanical keyboard.

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The keys don’t use name brand Cherry MX switches, but the switches it does include should closely mimic Cherry MX blues, which are tactile, loud, and great for typists.


Mpow’s new AquaPro Bluetooth speaker looks like the top-selling Omaker M4, and at $17, it’s priced like it too. But the AquaPro has dual 3W drivers instead of one, and is IPX7 water resistant, which is far superior to the Omaker’s IP54 rating. Just use code 3LINWNZR to get the deal, and then sing yourself silly in the shower.



Jackery Bolt, $21 with code JKRYBOLT

Jackery, despite the silly name, makes many popular and well-reviewed USB battery packs, and one of its newest models is down to its lowest price.

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The Jackery Bolt (pictured above) is a little expensive at $21 for 6,000mAh, but it includes a built-in Lightning and microUSB cable, so you won’t have to worry about carrying a spare. If you’re the forgetful type, that’s well worth the price premium.

Need more battery capacity? The 20,100mAh Jackery Titan is also on sale today, though it doesn’t include built-in cables.


If you still have any trips to the beach planned this summer, don’t leave home without a waterproof smartphone dry bag. Even if you don’t use it to take underwater photos, it’ll still keep your expensive smartphone safe from sand and splashes, and this one even has a compass, for some reason.


Leader Accessories Dry Sack, $4-$10 with code GQ78ZQQC

We post a lot of deals on waterproof phone cases, but what about the rest of your stuff? For a limited time, promo code GQ78ZQQC will knock these Leader Accessories dry sacks down to as little as $4. Sizes range from 2L to 20L, and the prices rise with each tier, but even the largest will only set you back $10.

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Note: Product must be sold by Leader Accessories and fulfilled by Amazon to be eligible for the discount. Use the dropdown menu and color selector to find a valid combination.


Vansky White Bias Light, $13 with code L42XO3AB | Vansky RGB Bias Light, $17 with code L42XO3AB

For a few years now, Antec’s USB-powered HDTV bias light has been one of our most reliably popular deals whenever it went on sale. The problem: It only got a significant discount once every few months. Luckily, some even cheaper copycats have since emerged to fill the gap.

Just like the Antec model, these Vansky LED light strips plug directly into your TV’s USB port for power, and sticks to the back of the set via built-in adhesive. Once you turn your TV on, the light strip will cast a soft glow on the wall behind it, which can reduce eyestrain when watching in the dark, and improve your TV’s perceived black levels.

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We’ve posted deals on these several times now, but today’s $17 (RGB) and $13 (white) price points are all-time lows. Just be sure to use code L42XO3AB at checkout to get the deal.


This little gadget can function as a flashlight, emergency strobe, and even as a magnetically-mounted work light all for just $10 with promo code YPS2M5UW. At that price, you might as well stick one in your glove box for the next time you have to change a tire at night.


3-Pack Kohree LED Night Lights, $13 with code UQCY554H

Stick-anywhere LED lights are great for lighting up closets, cabinets, and dark hallways at night, and you won’t find a better deal than three motion-sensing models for $13. Just be sure to use promo code UQCY554H.


Extra 30% off sale with code 4502

The days of summer are numbered and with an extra 30% off sale styles from H&M, you can be ready for the cool weather for cheap. Use the code 4502 and everything from a 2-pack of tights to cashmere sweaters are marked down an extra 30%.There’s a ridiculous amount to choose from, including menswear, women’s styles, and even home goods. And some leftover summer styles, if you can’t yet let go.


Nose hair is a problem a lot of people have but, for some reason, few people take care of. For a limited time, score this Panasonic nose hair trimmer for just $10, and you can be one of those people doing something about it. Harambe didn’t die so you could look like The Missing Link.


Xbox One owners looking to build out their game library can purchase a Square Enix title today from Amazon, and get a free backwards-compatible Xbox 360 game code of their choice. You can find the full list of eligible titles to purchase here, and your options for free games (as well as more details about the promotion) at this link.

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My picks: Either get the new Deus Ex game with the $12 Prime discount (shown at checkout), or finally get around to playing Life Is Strange.


If you like to do your own oil changes, or aren’t afraid to tinker on the underside of your car, these inexpensive RhinoRamps are the quickest way to elevate your car. Obviously, they won’t help you for tire changes, and they won’t give you a ton of clearance, but for quick, basic maintenance, they should get the job done.


If you want a secondary TV for your bedroom, kitchen, or garage, you could do a lot worse than this 32” TCL. Yeah, it’s only 720p and 60Hz, but it has Roku’s streaming platform built right in, and it’s only $150 today, an all-time low. It’s not going to be your primary TV, but it’s perfectly adequate for certain rooms and situations.


Everyone knows about Roombas, but did you know iRobot made a robotic mop as well? The iRobot Braava Jet has three different modes: Wet mopping, damp sweeping and dry sweeping, and can select the proper one automatically depending on which cleaning pad you attach. You can put it to work on your floors for just $169 today, the best price Amazon’s ever listed.


Mpow 2-in-1 FM Transmitter, $13 with code SXZE64FF

Want wireless streaming and handsfree calling in your older car? This $13 dongle receives the Bluetooth signal from your phone, and transmits it to the FM radio station of your choice.

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We’ve seen several deals on Bluetooth car kits in the past, but most require that your car include an AUX jack, whereas this only needs a working FM radio.

Note: The description of the product confusingly contains references to AUX cables, but that’s optional. You can use this completely wirelessly, if you so choose.


Foldable Trunk Organizer, $24 with code COCOFCTO

What’s that noise the car’s making? It’s all the crap rolling around in your trunk. This $24 pop-up organizer will keep everything in its place, and it even comes with a free bonus car cooler, as well as a reflective warning triangle for roadside emergencies.


Playing With Power: Nintendo NES Classics promises to be an enlightening retrospective on your favorite classic video games. The book will feature overviews of 17 NES titles, interviews and commentary from Nintendo employees, hand-drawn maps, and more goodies when it’s released in November

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But let’s be honest here, the real reason to buy it is the NES cartridge slip case.

Preorders are down to $27 today on Amazon, with preorder price guarantee in case it goes any lower.


Dog Car Seat Cover, $23 with code MKCCANGI

Between shedding fur on your seats and a seemingly biological need to jump into the front seat while you’re passing an 18-wheeler on the freeway, it’s no secret that a lot of dogs don’t do particularly well in the car. Personally, I put my dog in a collapsible fabric kennel in the backseat, but if you want your pooch to have a little more freedom, this backseat dog cover looks like a perfect solution.

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The cover hooks into the headrests on both the front and back seats, creating a kind of loosely enclosed room that will keep your dog safely in the backseat, and her fur a layer removed from your upholstery.


4-Pack Lightning Cables, $16 with code 2DCN7DO4

We rarely see Lightning cables for less than $4 each, so this $16 4-pack is a solid buy if you need some spares.

Fun side note: Apple still sells a single cable for $19.

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