RTIC tumblers, a sitewide Starbucks coupon, and a discounted 3D printer lead off Wednesday’s best deals.

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RTIC 20 oz. Tumbler, $10 (check third party sellers) | RTIC 10 oz. Lowball, $10 | RTIC Can Cooler, $10 (check third party sellers)

Before you go out and flush half a pay check down the drain on a YETI gear, check out these RTIC alternatives for just $10 each on Amazon. They all use the same vacuum-insulated stainless steel construction as YETI products, and according to this YouTube video at least, the tumbler keeps ice frozen for longer. Considering these are all-time low prices, I’d say they’re no-brainers.

Note: For the 20 oz. tumbler and can cooler, the default listing is Amazon’s for $11. You can find the $10 listing in the “Other Sellers” section, though shipping will take longer.

By the way, stainless steel straws go great with these, and you can get a dozen for $9 right now with promo code 32WPXNOD.

Prime Members Only: Kindle, $50 | Kindle Paperwhite, $90 | Kindle for Kids, $70 | Kindle Voyage, $150

$20 Kindle e-reader discounts pop up every few months or so, but Prime members can currently save $30 on the standard Kindle, the Kindle Paperwhite, and the Kindle for Kids bundle, or $50 on the Kindle Voyage (which almost never goes on sale). Just note that these deals are for Prime members only, and you won’t see the discounts until checkout.

Even if you don’t want one of these for yourself, they’d make for great holiday gifts if you want to check someone off your shopping list early.

This PS4 Slim Uncharted bundle costs $10 more than buying the console by itself, but it comes with a copy of Overwatch (which you should definitely play!) and Star Wars Battlefront (which is definitely a game!). All things considered, that’s one of the best deals we’ve seen on the Slim to date.

The trick to making great pizza is to use a really hot oven. The problem is, most standard ovens can’t get over 450-500 degrees or so. Enter the Pizzeria Pronto.


This stovetop oven sits above your gas burner, and traps the accumulated heat to achieve internal temperatures of 600 degrees, perfect for your homemade 12" pizzas. Amazon’s serving up the Pronto for $86 right now, which is within a few bucks of an all-time low.

Note: If you don’t want to burn your hand off, you’ll want a pizza peel like this one.

You could argue that it’s too early for Halloween candy. But then again, you would be wrong. For a limited time, Amazon’s offering five separate coupons, each of which contains at least a half dozen different candy options for you your tricker treaters to enjoy.

30% off sitewide at Startbucks, promo code ENJOY30

Well here’s quite a deal to wake up to: Whether you’re buying coffee, syrups, cups, equipment, or anything else Starbucks sells online, you can save 30% sitewide today with promo code ENJOY30, plus free shipping on orders over $30.

You know 3D printing is starting to go mainstream when it gets an Amazon Gold Box deal, so if you’ve been waiting for an excuse to buy into the hobby, today’s a great excuse.


Today only (or until sold out), Amazon will sell you a ROBO 3D R1 Plus 3D printer for $600, or about $140-$200 less than elsewhere. The R1 Plus can print items up to 8" x 9" x 10", and features a maximum resolution of 100 microns (the same as the Makerbot Replicator 2, for what it’s worth). If you’re on the fence, check out Lifehacker’s getting started guide for some inspiration, but remember, this deal won’t be available for long.

Assuming it’s legal in your state, a good radar/laser detector can pay for itself over time, and this highly-rated Escort Passport S55 is on sale for just $119 on BuyDig’s eBay storefront, or nearly $40 less than Amazon.

A good sound bar is the easiest way to upgrade your home theater’s audio, and this highly rated Samsung is down to an all-time low $128 on Amazon today, complete with Bluetooth connectivity and a wireless subwoofer.

Kohree HDTV Bias Light (White), $11 with code I5Y8FYYW | RGB, $12 with code 5FYOQONG

HDTV bias lights are so cheap now, that you really don’t have any reason not to try one out.


These Kohree 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.

The $11 model (with code I5Y8FYYW) features white LEDs, and the $12 model (code 5FYOQONG) can put out 20 different colors.

If you find yourself in need of a lot of extra storage, you can get a 5TB external for just $110 today from Newegg’s eBay storefront. What a world.

NETGEAR’s Nighthawk X4s includes all the networking features you could possibly want, and even some rarely-seen bonuses like an eSATA port and openVPN, and Amazon’s marked it down to an all-time low $200.

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 15% off all wall decor, which includes prints and tapestries, until midnight (PT) tonight.


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.

While most mechanical gaming keyboards look like props from a Transformers movie, Logitech’s G610 would look right at home in an office, and Amazon’s offering up the red switch model for an all-time low $80 today. Despite the nondescript look, the G610 still includes per-key customizable backlighting and programmable macros.

Can’t remember what a red switch is? Lifehacker has a great explainer.

Aukey Optic 3-in-1 Lens Kit, $11 with code AULENSA3 | Aukey Ora 2-in-1 Lens Kit, $20 with code AULENS07

Phone cameras will never have true interchangeable lenses, but you can still take fisheye, wide angle, and macro photos with a pair of discounted Aukey lens attachment kits.

The cheaper kit here actually has more lenses (it includes a fisheye, in addition to the wide angle and macro), but the $20 model is much larger, and should produce higher quality photos with less blurring around the edges, judging by the sample photos uploaded by reviewers.

Another day, another J.Crew Factory markdown. This time, get 40% off all new arrivals (price as marked), plus free shipping. They just added a bunch of fall styles, from wool coats to sweaters, so you’ll easily be able to find something to add to your wardrobe.

My dog burped in my face the other day, and in turn, I nearly threw up on his, so I’ll probably be buying some of these Greenies dental treats at $5 off. And while at-home oral care won’t totally replace professional veterinary dental work, it can at least mean fewer expensive appointments. Just note that you won’t see the discount until checkout.

Waffles are objectively the best breakfast food, but waffle irons are actually more versatile than you might think. This ceramic Oster model is marked down to $24 right now on Amazon, matching an all-time low.

6-Pack Oak Leaf Solar Garden Lights, $10 with code 3FMGCPXO

These are some of the only solar-powered garden lights I’ve seen that don’t look like butt, and you can buy a half dozen of them today for just $10 with promo code 3FMGCPXO.

When our society inevitably collapses in on itself after this election, you’ll be glad you picked up one of these discounted Yukon Outfitters survival packs, which include some combination of a backpacks, hammocks, water bottles, knives, paracords, and more outdoor essentials. Just note that this is a Gold Box deal, meaning these prices are only available today, or until sold out.

After this election, when our country descends into anarchy, you’ll be glad you bought this $6 survival “grenade.” Unwrap the nine feet of 550 pound paracord, and inside you’ll find tin foil, tinder, a flint rod, a knife, and even fishing equipment to help you live off the land.

Amazon’s back at it again with the sample box deals. This time around, $10 gets you 8+ protein products, plus a $10 credit on your next protein purchase from Amazon. If you were going to buy any of these products anyway, then this is a no-brainer.

40% off sale items with code EXTRA40

Club Monaco is one of those stores that you frequently stare at but never purchase from. The price point is high but sometimes, you can’t resist. But with an additional 40% off sale items with the code EXTRA40, Club Monaco is about to sing you a siren song. Buy those suit pants or that cocktail dress. It’s an extra 40% off. Just go for it.

Cabeau Evolution Cool Travel Pillow, $40 with code 3BKOSVED

The Cabeau Evolution was your favorite travel pillow (by a long shot), and you can save 20% on the company’s “Cool” model today.

Like the original Evolution, the Evolution Cool is made of memory foam, and wraps all the way around your neck to provide support if your head nods off to the side while you’re traveling. The key difference is the integrated vent running along the middle of the pillow, which should keep your neck from getting too sweaty.


If you have any long trips on the horizon, you can save 20% on all four colors today with promo code 3BKOSVED. Cabeau’s pillows almost never go on sale, so if you’ve had one on your wish list, this is a great opportunity.

Another huge sale from Timbuk2 brings a ton of their excellent bags down to hard-to-resist levels. Four 48 hours only, select bags are up to 40% off when you use the code SECRET. Check out all the styles you can choose from here.

Inflatable hot tubs might look a little bit cheap, but for $331, I’m willing to forgive it. This model has great reviews, can accommodate 4-6 people (depending on how much you like them, I guess) and normally sells for $400.

Most people in the market for smart light bulbs don’t look past Philips Hues, but LIFX bulbs basically match them feature for feature, and you can stock up for $40 each today, an all-time low.

The biggest difference between LIFX and Hue is that LIFX bulbs don’t require a hub. Beyond that, they’ll still integrate with your smartphone, Alexa, and IFTTT, giving you myriad ways to turn them on and off, and change their colors. The best part though? The bulbs put out about 1,000 lumens each, compared to the Hue’s 800.


Again these prices are the best Amazon’s ever listed, but we don’t know how long the deal will last, so stock up before the deal burns out.

If you’re already a Hue owner, yesterday’s $45 bulb deal is still alive.

2-Pack Sonicare E-Series Replacement Brush Heads, $14 with Subscribe & Save and $5 coupon.

If you use Sonicare’s entry-level E-series toothbrushes, $14 for a 2-pack of replacement brush heads is as good a deal as you’ll ever see. Just be sure to clip the $5 coupon, and use Subscribe & Save to maximize your savings.

The 750 EVO is Samsung’s first foray into the entry-level SSD market, and the largest 500GB model is on sale today for just $120 from Newegg’s eBay storefront.


The 750 EVO offers performance fairly close to the 850 EVO, though it’s optimized for somewhat less strenuous workflows, according to Anandtech. Still, if your machine is still running on a old-school spinning hard drive, this would be a massive upgrade for a relatively small price. It would also be a fine option for building your own external SSD.

Minecraft and LEGO go together like peanut butter and jam, Donald and Ivanka, and you can score the free-form Minecraft Crafting Box today for $34, within 10 cents of an all-time low. Even if you don’t want this for yourself, there are surely some kids on your holiday shopping list who would love to get this.

It doesn’t support Quick Charge, but 2.4A per port is the next best thing in USB chargers, and $4 is about as cheap as you’ll ever see a dual-port car charger with that much juice. Just be sure to use promo code DEALNUM3 at checkout.

You can give your knees a rest during your next DIY project or car repair with this $20 creeper seat. That’s the best price Amazon’s ever offered on this model from Torin, which includes a tool tray below the seat.

Homga 2-Pack 60" Cable Sleeves, $8 with code UW3GLG77

We know you guys like Velcro cable ties, but if you’re interested in a different option for keeping your wires organized, these neoprene zip-up sleeves are another great option. $8 gets you a pair of 60" sleeves, but you can cut those to length, and use the leftovers as additional sleeves.

iTunes gift card discounts are noticeably less common than they used to be, and while we do see 20% discounts from time to time, a $100 iTunes gift card for $85 or a $50 gift card for $43 is still a solid deal if you pay for apps, movies, Apple Music, iCloud storage, or PokéCoins.

Amazon’s Prime Pantry service has kicked off the month of October with not one, but two special promotions.

$5 Off, Plus Free Shipping

First off, if you purchase $30 worth of these select products (minimum five items), you’ll get free shipping ($6 value) and an additional $5 discount on top. The items skew heavily towards health and wellness items, and include your favorite sunscreen.


If you have a free shipping credit in your account from choosing no-rush shipping on a previous Amazon order, this deal should also stack, netting you an additional $6 discount.

Free Shipping Only

If you can’t find $30 worth items you need in the promotion above, the standard free shipping promotion is also available, with a much wider array of products. Just add any five to your cart, and you’ll see the $6 discount at checkout. Your options here include Starbucks Double Shot drinks, Burt’s Bees items, Clorox wipes, and a whole lot more.

There are a lot of strong opinions on shorts out there, but one thing is certain, if you do invest in a pair, they need to be versatile and fit well. The Myles Everyday Short easily achieves both these objectives, and with code KINJA20 you can get a pair for $51 shipped- their lowest price ever. Choose navy, black, or gray.

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