Sales on a refurbished Vizio 2.1 Sound Bar, TriggerPoint Foam Rollers, your favorite USB cable and wireless earbuds, Xbox One remote, and more lead today’s best deals.

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We’ve written a lot about Vizio’s 5.1 channel 38" sound bar, but if you don’t care about the rear channels, the 2.1 version is essentially the same product, without the satellite speakers. It’s currently selling for $158 new on Amazon, but if you can live with a refurb, you can get yours for just $100 today only, thanks to Amazon’s Gold Box.

As someone who played sports their entire life, foam rollers were both a gift and a punishment for sore muscles, but they beat spending way too much money on a massage. Grab a TriggerPoint Foam Roller in your choice of size and color for as low at $24 in Amazon’s Gold Box. Plus, each one comes with a free instructional video, so you don’t hurt yourself even more.

When it comes to third party cables, Anker’s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine (and braided PowerLine+) cables reigned supreme as your favorite one. Right now, the 6ft PowerLine USB-C to USB 3.0 is on sale on Amazon for only $12, the cheapest it’s ever been.

Mpow’s Swift Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Earbuds are ridiculously cheap, carry a stack of great reviews, and bring with them the approval of thousands of our readers. And right now, they’re the cheapest they’ve ever been at $13 when you use the code YQSMN7OO.

It’s a first world problem, but if you hate waiting for your Xbox One controller to turn on and sync to the console just to pause a Netflix video, this always-on media remote is only $19 today on Amazon, an all-time low.

The new Apple TV is good, and getting better, and right now you can grab a new 32GB model for only $100. There have been better prices on refurbs but not brand new ones.

This may not be the Sport-Brella, but the Lightspeed Outdoors Quick Beach Canopy Tent is a really great option for getting the right amount of shade on the beach. Down to $90, it has SPF 50+ protection, a multitude of pockets for all your stuff, and it’s only 7lbs.

If you can’t wait to dive into a new book that may be a little on the dark side, Amazon’s sale on dark reads for stormy nights is for you. Curl up with a new Kindle book for only $3.

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.

The iPhone7 is officially released and if you’ve gone jack-less, these over-the-ear wireless bluetooth headphones are your new best friend. For $20 with the code UYQQRQXI, you don’t have to worry about dropping them in the urinal.

The loss of headphone jack on the iPhone 7 will be felt most acutely by owners of older cars, who until now could use the port to listen to audio in the car while still charging their phones. This Bluetooth/FM transmitter will be a cold comfort to those people, I’m sure, but it’s certainly better than nothing. It was on sale a couple days ago for $13, but at $15 today, it’s still a good deal.

Little Giant Ladders are some of the most popular on the market, and you can get a refurbished 17' model with a wall rack for $140 on Little Giant’s official eBay store today. This thing can work as an A-frame ladder, an extension ladder, a 90 degree ladder, and even a stair ladder, making this one of the most versatile ways to get high.

SSDs are obviously great upgrades for PCs with spinning hard drives, but it’s also really easy and affordable to turn one into a high performance external drive. Whatever your plans are, Crucial’s MX300 525GB and 275GB SSDs are both marked down to all-time low prices today.

If you’re a fan of hardside luggage, you can score a complete set of three bags today from Samsonite for $209, complete with a 10 year warranty.

This deal is available on five different colorways of Samsonite’s Omni collection, which includes 28" and 24" checked bags, plus a 20" carry-on, all with built-in TSA locks and spinner wheels. Safe travels!

12-Pack Cable Drops, $6 with code N4O8D8ZN

For just $6 (with code N4O8D8ZN), you’ll never have to fish a cable out from behind your desk again. Now that’s what I call a deal.

200 LED/65' Solar LED String Lights, $11 with code GSE83YBQ: Warm White | Daylight | Multicolor

It’s not worth having an outdoor space at your house if you can’t slather it in decorative string lights, and you can choose from three different 65', 200 LED solar-powered strands today for $11 each. They’re all identical except for the bulb color.

You can never have enough plain tees, and Jockey will sell you a three pack in black or white for $8 right now. Just note that certain size/color combinations aren’t available.

You don’t need it for another few months, but you can save on a holiday landscape laser light by buying it early.


If you aren’t familiar, these genius little gadgets use lasers to project green Christmas trees and red “stars” onto the front of your house, giving the appearance of holiday spirit without the hassle of actually hanging up outdoor lights. Last year was the first time they were widely available, but they were almost impossible to find, and consistently cost $40-$50. So yes, this deal is a bit ahead of schedule, but it never hurts to plan ahead.

If you hurry over to Amazon, a third party seller is offering a 16 ounce Contigo Autoseal West Loop travel mug in black for $12, the best price we’ve seen.

If that sells out, or if you don’t like the color, several other colors are available directly from Amazon for just $1 more. In case you weren’t aware, this is our readers’ favorite travel mug by a wide margin, and can keep a drink hot for four hours, or cold for up to 12.

Vansky White Bias Light, $13 with code L42XO3AB | Vansky RGB Bias Light, $16 with code L42XO3AB

These Vansky LED bias light strips plug directly into your TV’s USB port for power, and stick 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.


We’ve posted deals on these several times now, but today’s $16 (RGB) and $13 (white) price points are all-time lows. Just be sure to use code L42XO3AB at checkout to get the deal.

Vantrue R2 Dash Cam, $95 with code 76W4U5S4

Vantrue’s R2 dash cam was The Wirecutter’s runner-up pick, and you can score one for an all-time low $95 today with promo code 76W4U5S4.


The R2 can shoot at resolutions exceeding standard 1080p (2560x1080 or 2304x1296), and its 170 degree field of view means you’ll never miss a license plate, crash, or meteorite. This deal is a match for the best we’ve seen on this model, so grab yours while you still can.

Inateck Wireless Doorbell, $15 with code ZKBORN6J

Just because your house or apartment doesn’t have a doorbell doesn’t mean you’ll have to rely on knocking like a caveman. This $15 kit has everything you need to install one, no wiring required. It’s also IPX-6 water resistant if your porch isn’t covered, and you can even choose from 38 different chimes!

Bone conduction headphones deliver sound directly to your inner ear via vibrations on your cheekbones, meaning you can listen to audio without blocking out other sounds around you.


That’s a perfect combination for, say, runners who want to maintain situational awareness while listening to music, and you can score a Bluetooth pair for $60 today. Just use promo code VA3QB2OC at checkout to save $20.

50 FREE 4x6 Photo Prints, promo code BABY50FREEPRINTS

Amazon just launched a long-overdue photo printing service, and you can mark the occasion with 50 free 4x6 prints with promo code BABY50FREEPRINTS, plus free shipping. You’ll need to be an Amazon Cloud Drive or Amazon Photos customer—the latter is free for Prime members—and upload the photos you want to the service prior to selecting your prints.






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