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Update: Amazon has sold out, but Home Depot still has it in stock for $5 with in-store pickup. My local store was out though, so YMMV.

Your yard is probably green and growing again (yay!), but if it’s anything like mine, it’s also full of weeds (boo!). Luckily, Amazon will sell you a gallon of Ortho Weed B Gon MAX for $5 today, which is the lowest price ever by about $7. Unfortunately, it’s an Add-On item, so it’ll only ship with orders of $25 or more, unless you could find some way around that. [1 Gallon Ortho Weed B Gon MAX Weed Killer for Lawns Plus Crabgrass Control, $5]


It’s almost beach season, but before you head into the water, you’ll want to make sure your phone is safe. This highly-rated IPX8-certified dry bag will fit phones with up to 5.3” screens and will give you full access to the device (including the camera!) at depths of up to 100’. Plus, when you’re out of the water, it’ll prevent sand from ruining your screen, which is worth the price tag by itself. [FRIEQ Universal Waterproof Dry Bag for Smartphones, $8 with code AXEUWHIA]

Note: You can use the same code for 15% off the blue and pink non-floating models as well, but they cost more for some reason, so you’ll pay a few extra bucks.


The deal that just didn’t want to stay in stock is back, at least for now. These Velcro cable ties are one of the most popular items we’ve ever listed, and at $6 for a 100-pack, it’s easy to see why.

If the back of your home theater or your desk is a rat king of tangled wires, this is one of the easiest and most economical ways of wrangling them. The issue is that whenever we see them in stock at this price, they sell out within hours, so grab a pack while you can. [100 Velcro Cable Ties, $6]


The Dyson DC35 transforms from a compact-but-powerful hand vacuum into a full length stick vac in seconds, and is of course completely cordless too. Dyson dominated the nominations for your favorite vacuum, and today’s price is about $40-$50 less than usual. [Dyson DC35, $175]


Click and Grow’s indoor herb garden has been described as “ idiot-proof indoor farming,” and you can get the full starter kit for $60 today, or $40 less than usual. That comes with maintenance-free cartridges of basil, thyme, and lemon balm to get you started, but you can also purchase tomatoes, strawberries, peppers, and more if you want to customize your tiny farm. [Click and Grow Smart Farm, $60]


If you’ve been pining for a robotic vacuum to keep your floors clean, Walmart has the well-reviewed Neato XV Essential marked down to $199, but you can get $50 back in the form of a rebate (submittable online), knocking the price down to $149. That’s far less than any comparable Roomba. [Neato XV Essential, $149 after $50 rebate]


We wouldn’t normally pay too much attention to a single flash storage deal, but if you need a 64GB microSD card any time in the near future, this is as cheap as we ever see them. [PNY Turbo Performance 64GB High Speed MicroSDXC Class 10 Flash Card, $25]


We’ve seen plenty of deals on Bluetooth transmitters and Bluetooth receivers, but today you can get a great price on both. These are great for adding wireless audio streaming to older gadgets like iPods, iHome speakers, headphones, and car stereos.


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, they’re clearing out their inventory of discontinued British Racing Green models, and you can get one for just $79. That’s still a hefty investment, but it’s about as cheap as these things get. [British Racing Green Thermapen, $79]


Intocircuit’s Power Castle line of external USB chargers is perhaps second only to Anker in popularity, and we’ve got deals on two of them today. I personally own the larger model, and it’s been great.


Today on eBay, you can grab a brand new iPad Air 2 128GB for the same price as the 64GB model. If you’ve been thinking of picking one of these up, that’s you basically just doubled your storage for free. [iPad Air 2 128GB, $600]


Between GPS, step tracking, and music playback, your phone can be an excellent running companion...if you have a good way to hold it. This FRiEQ armband will get the job done for iPhone 6 owners, and you can score one for just $8 today. [FRiEQ Armband for iPhone, $8 with code AXEUWHIA]


Classy as f**k. [ Frigidaire 8-Bottle Wine Cellar, $60]


Treat yourself to a movie night with a free DVD rental, or $1.50 off a Blu-ray rental from any Redbox. [ Text MOVIENIGHT to 727272 for a Free Redbox DVD Rental (or $1.50 Off a BD Rental)]

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Grave of the Fireflies is among the best anime and best war movies ever made. Powerful and essential. Get the Blu-ray today for $10. [Grave of the Fireflies, $10]

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If your PlayStation Plus membership is set to lapse soon, or (gasp) if you’ve never bought it before, you can save $10 on a year’s subscription today. If you own a Sony game console, this is a no-brainer. [PlayStation Plus 12 Month Membership, $40]

Xbox owners can also grab a year of Gold for $39 today as well. Gold discounts are more common than PlayStation Plus deals, but this is still a good price if you need to re-up. [Xbox Live Gold, $39]


I think everyone should own a Bluetooth keyboard for times when they need to type on their phone or tablet at full speed, and at $20, you might as well bite. This model from Inateck has great reviews, and will work on Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. [Inateck Wireless Bluetooth Portable Keyboard, $20 with code SXIRL3RG]


You’ve been wanting to buy a KitchenAid for awhile, so between this deal and your tax refund, you can finally justify it. These are basically the be-all, end-all of stand mixers, and can be outfitted for dozens of kitchen tasks with various attachments and accessories. Plus, if you take good care of it, it’ll last you for decades. [Refurb KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixer, $170]


Amazon’s running another one of their signature Android app giveaways, highlighted this time around by the likes of Plants vs. Zombies, Wolfram|Alpha, Runtastic PRO, and Osmos HD. If you own an Android device, take a minute to check out the full list and download anything you might want before the deal ends. [Amazon Appstore]


If you’ve missed out on a few recent deals, the incredibly popular OxyLED T-05 night light is back on sale! This time around, it’s a straight BOGO offer, so stock up and outfit your entire house.

In case you need a refresher, these lights are battery-powered, so you can stick them anywhere, and turn on automatically when they detect nearby movement. [BOGO OxyLED T-05 LED Night Light With Sensor, $17. Add two to cart and use code 85JD4MCM]

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Here’s a deal on the same concept, but in an outdoor light. [MAXSA Innovations 40342 Battery-Powered Motion-Activated LED Outdoor Night Light, $7]

Yesterday’s deal on touch-sensitive cabinet lights is still going on as well.


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