Amazon’s Coleman camping sale, a sitewide markdowns from Society6, an extra discount on Reebok Outlet styles, and more lead Monday’s best lifestyle deals.

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Beauty Steals

The rainbow highlighter was a Thing on Instagram and blogs across the Internet. Just in time for Pride, grab yourself the tarte Cosmetics Make Believe In Yourself: Spellbound Glow Rainbow Highlighter for $6 off at Sephora and give those cheekbones some glow.

The Big Sales

25% off everything with code OUTLET25

If you need any type of activewear or sneakers in the next coming weeks now that it’s finally nice out, Reebok is giving you 25% off everything in their outlet shop with the code OUTLET25. From sneakers, to running shorts, to bags to throw all your stuff into. Just use the code at checkout.


Now is the time to get your summer wardrobe in order (before you sweat your way through the week. Right now, ModCloth is giving you up to 40% off all sale styles. There is so much to choose from, so get ready to take a little bit of time to look through.


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 Camp Propane Grill/Stove), and more.


In my opinion, a classic wristwatch still looks better than any smartwatch, any day. Today only, pick up the perfect last minute Father’s Day gift: a watch. Amazon’s Gold Box can get them to you by Sunday, since they all have Prime shipping, with brands like Seiko (including the reader-favorite 5 series), Citizen, Timex, Bulova, and more. But time’s a-tickin’ on this deal and these prices only last until the end of the day.

Home Goods

If you need some really great home decor on the cheap, Society6 is your best friend. The already-affordable art and decor site is giving an extra 20% off everything they sell, plus free shipping, until midnight (PT) tonight.

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It’s no shame if your apartment is bare bones, because home decor is so damn expensive. But it’s about time to fill it up with things that aren’t left over from your dorm room or something your friends gave you at your housewarming party.


A sharp knife is the single most important tool you can have in your kitchen. Not only are good knives much more enjoyable to use, they’re somewhat counterintuitively safer, since they’re less likely to slip. Mac Knife’s Professional Hollow Edge Chef’s Knife is about as sharp as they come, and boasts a Sweethome recommendation to prove it.

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The blade rarely dips below its usual $145, but a third party seller on Amazon just sliced $25 off that going rate, so hurry over (but don’t run, because knives) to place your order before it sells out.


Anker’s HomeVac Duo has proven popular with our readers because of its (naturally) long-lasting lithium battery and its ability to convert into a hand vac, and if you buy one today, they’ll throw in a humidifier for free.

If you’ve spent your life plugging in the vacuum, tripping over the cord, and re-wrapping it just to move into a new room, this will seriously be a sea change for you. The HomeVac Duo can run for 24 minutes at full power or up to 60 in eco mode, no cords required. And when it comes time to clean your car or furniture, you can pop the vacuum out of its base, and use at full power in handheld mode.

To get this deal, just add the vacuum and this $43 Humos humidifier to your cart, and add code SZHYA5E5 at checkout to get the humidifier for free. You might not need it at this time of year, but you’ll be happy you bought it come the fall.


Usually, when there’s a deal on Rubbermaid’s top-selling FreshWorks containers, it’s on the 2-pack. But today, you can augment your collection with an individual large container for $12, the lowest price in over a month.

If you aren’t familiar with these things, 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. The lids also include special filters that regulate the flow of oxygen and CO2 into and out of the containers, allowing your fruits and vegetables to stay fresher, longer.


Yazer Wool Dryer Balls, $9 with code YYYZZZOO

The first time we posted a deal on wool dryer balls, you guys bought thousands of them. Today’s deal is from a different brand, but $9 for a half-dozen (with code YYYZZZOO) is a fantastic deal.


AmazonBasics AAA Rechargeable Batteries - 8-Pack, $10 | 12-Pack, $12

AAA batteries still exist, which is generally quite annoying, but it’s slightly less inconvenient when you have good rechargeable. Get eight from AmazonBasics for $10 today, or a dozen for $12.

Tech

Anker PowerCore 15600, $25 with code ANK15600

Anker’s PowerCore battery packs are by far our readers’ favorites, and the 15,600mAh model is within a buck of the best price we’ve seen today with promo code ANK15600. While it’s probably too big to keep in your pocket, it’s worth keeping a battery of this size handy for long flights, camping trips, power outages, and any other situation where you’ll be without reliable charging for an extended period. It’s even big enough to share, if you’re feeling generous.


Sony’s MDR line of Bluetooth headphones sold like gangbusters during Black Friday, but if you were holding out for noise cancelling models, Amazon’s rewarding your patience today with a $70 discount on the top-of the line MDR1000x.

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These headphones have all the features you’d expect in a good pair of Bluetooth headphones these days: NFC pairing, 20+ hour battery life, and even LDAC Hi-Res audio compatibility. But the secret sauce here is noise cancellation, including a special mode that lets ambient voices through either at all times, or just when you cup a hand over the right earcup. $328's still a solid chunk of change, but it’s the largest discount Amazon’s ever listed on this model in its 9+ months of existence.

The lower end Sony extra bass noise-cancelling headphones are also down to $178, an all-time low.