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If you missed out a couple weeks ago, you can grab a $10 Starbucks e-gift card for just $5 right now, courtesy of Groupon. You can even apply that money directly to your Starbucks app!

Unfortunately, if you managed to get one of these before it sold out last time, you’ll be ineligible to purchase a new one (unless you were to create a new Groupon account, of course). [$10 Starbucks Gift Card, $5]


Before you head to the beach or pool this summer, get yourself a new swimsuit from today’s Amazon Gold Box. Dozens of different styles are on sale for men and women, so odds are great that you’ll find something you like. Just remember, these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [50% or more off select swimwear]

Be sure to check out our weekly Apparel Deals post for more.


It’s not the most advanced fitness tracker out there, but the Fitbit Flex is a great barebones wearable that can track your steps by day, your sleep by night, and sync all of that data to your smartphone. You might eventually want to graduate to a more capable wearable, but this is a great way to see if Fitbit’s particular brand of healthy gamification resonates with you. [Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity & Sleep Wristband, $80.]


Everyone should own at least one good travel mug, and this vacuum-insulated Thermos is cheaper than ever today. It wasn’t your favorite model—that distinction belongs to the Contigo Autoseal West Loop—but its 4.5 star review average reflects highly. [Thermos Vacuum Insulated 16 Ounce Compact Stainless Steel Beverage Bottle, $20]


GoPro’s new silver offering is on sale constantly, but not so much the high-end Black model. Grab it today for $100 off with no tax and free shipping for most. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $400]


Whether you’re preparing for your next camping trip, tailgate, or apocalypse, these discounted Goal Zero chargers can keep your devices fully powered, even when you’re off the grid.

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First, and most impressive, is the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Solar Generator. This is basically a giant battery pack that can power anything from your GoPro to your mini fridge for hours, or even days at a time. You can charge it up at home with a power outlet, or even buy a Goal Zero solar panel (sadly not included) to power it up on the go. If you want to tailgate without dealing with a noisy gas generator, this seems like an ideal solution, and today’s $310 price tag is an all-time low.

Next up, the Goal Zero Switch 10 Multi-Tool Kit is an all-in-one solution for charging up your small electronics from anywhere. Its included solar panel juices up a 3,000mAh battery pack in four hours, which can then charge your phone, or even act as a flashlight or handheld cooling fan. It seems perfect for camping, and you can get one for $84 today, an all-time low.

Finally, we have the Goal Zero Portable Torch 250. This charger features a small, integrated solar panel, as well as a hand crank to charge its 4400mAh battery. Once it’s charged up, you can use it as a flashlight, a floodlight, or a red emergency light, and also plug your gadgets straight into its USB port for a quick charge. Unlike the Switch 10, you won’t be able to hang a solar panel off your backpack to charge this while you’re hiking, but there’s something to be said for having fewer parts to keep up with, and today’s $62 price tag is within $2 of an all-time low.

Remember that these deals are all part of Amazon’s Gold Box, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out. [Amazon]


Panasonic’s face, ear and nose hair trimmer is one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, and a no-brainer addition to everyone’s bathroom arsenal. It’s priced at $11 today, and less than a dollar off its all-time low price. [Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose, Ear n Facial Hair Trimmer Wet/Dry with Vortex Cleaning System, $11]


$20 is a pretty typical price for a ~10,000mAh external battery pack, but if you pay that today, you’ll get a dual-port wall charger to go with it for free. [Lumsing 10400mAh power bank and Lumsing Dual-Port Travel Charger, $20. Add both to cart and use code 32B7MCJ3]


If you spent $350-$18,000 on an Apple Watch, it’s probably worth spending $10 on a nice charging cradle for your nightstand. The catch is that since this model holds the watch vertically, it won’t work with watchOS 2’s alarm clock mode, but if that doesn’t bother you, it’s a fantastic deal. [iClever Apple Watch Charging Stand, $10 with code 2267ELFQ]


If you’re planning a summer trip, this discounted gift card can save your $25 off your stay at any Hyatt brand hotel. [$200 Hyatt Gift Card, $175]


Qy7 Bluetooth earbuds have been one of our biggest hit products of 2015, and you can get a pair of your own for $20 right now. I own a pair, and they work extraordinarily well for the price.[Soundpeats Qy7 V4.1 Bluetooth Mini Lightweight Wireless Stereo Sports Earbuds, $22 with code QY7BGYPR]


If your home theater could use an upgrade, Amazon’s offering all-time low prices on a pair of highly-rated Onkyo receivers, today only. The $350 TX-NR636 is refurbished, but it’s also The Wirecutter’s favorite receiver, and this is the best price we’ve ever seen on it.


If your home theater remotes have proliferated over the years, here’s a great chance to consolidate them into one. The Logitech Harmony 350 lacks the frills of its more expensive siblings, but it can still control nearly a quarter of million devices, and is a great “starter” remote if you don’t want to spend $100 or more. [Refurb Logitech Harmony 350 8-Device Universal Remote Control, $22]


Can you name another desk fan or space heater that you’d want to leave out and visible when guests visit? The Dyson AMo4 is both devices in one, and it deserves to be in a museum as much as your living room. If you’ve been waiting on a deal to pick one up, Woot has a refurb for $125 shipped today, which is the best price we’ve ever seen. [Refurb. Dyson AM04 Hot+Cool Fan, $125]


This 8.1 channel sound bar is easily one of the best looking I’ve ever seen, and judging by its review average, it’s one of the best sounding models out there too. Today’s price on Best Buy matches a brief deal on the black model from last week, so if you missed out, here’s another chance. [Samsung 8.1 Channel Curved Soundbar with Subwoofer, $350]

If that’s a little rich for your blood, or you just need a smaller alternative for your bedroom TV, Adorama has an 80W, two-channel alternative for just $85. [Samsung HW-J250 80W 2-Channel Soundbar Speaker, $85]


Apple will sell you a Lightning cable for $19. Amazon will sell you an entire Lightning dock for $15. At that price, you could get one for your nightstand and your desk at work. [Belkin Lightning Dock, $15]


Anyone who’s spent any time watching Food Network or studying cooking knows that the ThermoWorks Thermapen is basically the be-all, end-all of instant read digital food thermometers. The problem is, they cost about $100, and hardly ever go on sale. Today though, you can get one for just $77. We’ve seen a handful of similar deals in the past, but they’ve usually only been for one color, whereas this deal gives you a choice of a dozen. [Thermapen Cooking Thermometer, $77]


These insect-repelling candles are great for summer barbecues, so stock up while they’re cheap. [Cutter CitroGuard 17 oz Insect Repellent Candle, $5]


The Sony Alpha a5000 mirrorless camera was a great buy at its original $600 MSRP. At $330 with an extra 55-210mm lens thrown in, they might as well be giving them away. The only catch is that it’s refurbished, but if that doesn’t scare you off, this is one of the best camera deals we’ve ever seen. [Refurb Sony Alpha a5000 Two-Lens Bundle, $330]


Update: Now up to $600 + a $150 gift card

Dell’s 27” 4K IPS display is the early voting leader in Lifehacker’s 4K monitor Hive Five, and you can get one today direct from dell for $540, along with a $150 promo e-gift card. That’s a great deal for any 4K monitor, let alone one with an IPS panel.

I actually own the 24” model of this monitor, and absolutely love it. If you have any questions about it, let me know in the comments. [Dell 2715Q 4K Display, $540 + $150 Dell E-Gift Card]

Note: You’ll need to redeem the gift credit within 90 days.


If you own any Apple devices, there’s no such thing as owning too many Lightning cables, especially when you can get them this cheap.


The best recurring deal on a new Wii U Deluxe bundle is back in stock. No tax for most. [Wii U Deluxe with Two Games, $260]


Batman Arkham Knight is out, and it’s good! If you want the limited edition, complete with art book and Batman Memorial statue, it’s back in stock on Amazon today for $100. Grab it while you can.

Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition [PS4] ($100) | Amazon

Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition [Xbox One] ($100) | Amazon

Want a copy for PC? We’ve got deals for that too.


The 100-pack of Velcro cable ties ($6 with Prime shipping right now) is one of the most popular items we’ve ever listed, but if that just isn’t enough for your needs, today you can buy an entire 75’ roll for $21. Unlike the pre-cut cable tie pack, you can cut these to any length you need, and they’re slightly wider as well if you need to deal with heavy cords. That might be overkill for your home theater, but send this along to your favorite IT professional, and I’m sure they’d thank you. [25 Yards of 3/4 Inch Velcro, Cable Tie Roll, $21]


Inside Out is Pixar’s best movie in years, and you can relive some of your old favorites today for $15 each on Blu-ray.


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