$30 off the Amazon Tap, $50 Sony Bluetooth headphones, and Pyrex measuring cups lead off Sunday’s best deals.

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The Amazon Tap lacks the Echo’s always-on microphone, but it’s really your only option for taking Alexa on the road with you, and at $100, it’s never been cheaper.

We see deals almost every day on Bluetooth earbuds, but if you prefer on-ears, you can snag a pair of Sonys for $50 today, the best price we’ve ever seen. I wouldn’t be surprised if this one sold out quickly.

Update: Now matched at Amazon.

The Logitech Harmony Ultimate One has just about every feature you could ever ask for in a universal remote, and then some, and you can save $50 today, the best price we’ve ever seen on this model.

You can also get a refurb for $11 less.

We love Pyrex around these parts, and their 3-pack of measuring cups is down to $13 today. In addition to looking great, the cups are microwave and (semi) dishwasher safe, and since they’re made of glass, they won’t absorb any odors, flavors, or stains. Plus, they just feel heavy and professional.

Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE, $125. Multiple colors available.

Coleman’s Road Trip propane grill has a sizable 285 square inch cooking surface, but can still fold up to fit in your trunk, or even roll behind you like carry-on luggage, making it perfect for your next tailgate. Today only, you can score one for $125, in the color of your choice.

With these affordable fog machines, you’ll have the spookiest house in the neighborhood come Halloween. The $27 model includes a wired remote, while the $35 one features built-in lighting.

If you’d prefer a more inviting entryway, you can also save on a 2-pack of solar-powered string lights.

The Goal Zero Yeti 1250 is basically a giant battery pack that can power anything from your GoPro to your refrigerator 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, so if you want to tailgate without dealing with a noisy gas generator, or just want to be prepared for an extended power outage, this seems like an ideal solution, and today’s $1,079 price tag is almost $400 less than usual.

Today only, you can slip on a new pair of Lacoste sneakers from Amazon for just $65. There are both men’s and women’s styles available, and all three options include two different colorways.

For a limited time, Amazon will sell you three pouches of Tide HE-compatible laundry detergent (totaling 144 ounces or 93 loads) for just $15.

These pouches are designed basically as refills for plastic Tide bottles, but as long as that doesn’t bother you, this is a fantastic price-per-ounce for any detergent, let alone name brand. Just be sure to clip the $3 coupon on the page, and you’ll see the discount at checkout.

Note: This coupon will also work on other select detergents and dryer sheets. For the full list of eligible items, click here.

Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine cables took the crown as your favorite Lightning cables, and you can add two 6' cords to your collection today for under $20.

Anker’s waterproof SoundCore Sport Bluetooth speaker was one of your five favorites, and you can hear one for yourself for just $25 today, or $5 less than usual.

The SoundCore Sport features 10 hours of battery life, a built-in microphone for handsfree calls, and impressive IPX7 water resistance. There are plenty of IPX4 or IPX5 speakers out there that can handle a splash, but this thing could fall into your bathtub and come out completely unscathed.

Giant plugs that cover up half the outlets on your power strip should be outlawed, but until that day arrives, these short extension cords will have to do. $11 gets you a pack of 10, which should be enough for even the most advanced home theater setups.

You could go through the hassle and expense of renting a carpet steamer every few months to get stains and dirt out of your floors, or you could just pony up $100 today, and keep one in your closet. The Hoover SteamVac normally sells for $130-$150, and boasts a 4.2 star average from nearly 8,000 customers.

Mpow’s extra large motion-sensing solar outdoor lights can illuminate your entire front or back yard, and you can get one for $17 today with promo code Y5R59SAC.

Dr. Meter IR Laser Thermometer, $12 with code KHW5FTHC

IR thermometers are perfect for everything from cooking to finding heating and air conditioning leaks in your house, but more importantly, they’re just a ton of fun to mess around with, and you can own one for just $12 today.

It’s easy to see why Cuisinart’s DBM-8 electric burr coffee grinder is Amazon’s top seller in the category. It’s affordable, it’s dead simple to use, it includes 18 coarseness settings, and it looks great. Today’s $40 price tag is roughly $5-$10 less than usual, so perk up, and lock in your order before it sells out.

Mpow Cheetah Bluetooth Headphones, $18 with code 2HTIZEGJ

Mpow’s Swift Bluetooth headphones dominated 2015, and the company’s ergonomic Cheetah line looks like a great sequel. If you want to try out a pair, promo code 2HTIZEGJ will knock them down to $18, a match for the best price we’ve seen.

Note that this is actually the second generation of Cheetah earbuds; Mpow claims to have improved their water resistance this time around, making them perfect for exercise.

While supplies last (which, if history is any indication, won’t be long), you can get a 17 cup and 2.5 cup RubberMaid FreshWorks container for just $12. That’s an all-time low by $3. I might just buy myself a second set.

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.





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