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If you missed out a couple weeks ago, you can grab a $10 Starbucks e-gift card for just $5 right now, courtesy of Groupon. You can even apply that money directly to your Starbucks app!

Unfortunately, if you managed to get one of these before it sold out last time, you’ll be ineligible to purchase a new one (unless you were to create a new Groupon account, of course). [$10 Starbucks Gift Card, $5]

Note: This went back on sale yesterday after a long absence, and promptly sold out again. If you want it this time around, I’d grab it fast.

This very cheap french press will make better coffee than your cheap drip or lazy Keurig. Or maybe you already have a great pourover style automatic dripper or pourover setup or Aeropress and just want to add a French Press to your arsenal. Either way, this is in impulse buy range. You can use it to make tea too. [Quiseen 34 oz. French Press, $13]

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If you’re eager to show off how clever and edgy you are, BustedTees is currently taking 50% off your entire order with code FANTASTIC50. There are hundreds of designs available, including several that are perfect for the Fourth of July. [Get 50% Off at BustedTees with Code FANTASTIC50]


And if you need a new pair of shoes for the summer, Amazon’s taking 45% off a variety of FitFlops women’s sandals, today only. [Get 45% Off FitFlop Sandals at Amazon]

This is only scratching the surface of the web’s best apparel deals, but luckily, we’ve got an entire post dedicated to the rest.

The Victorinox Swiss Classic 10-Piece Cutlery Block Set is just $106 today. It’s already backordered, so lock in the price while you can, you won’t be charged until it ships. The Victorinox Swiss Classic 15-Piece Cutlery Block Set is also discounted to $132, and also backordered, so don’t wait around.

Note: We’ve modified the links to direct to the backordered listing, but if that doesn’t work for you, select Amazon as seller in the righthand column.


You only need four knives, but the 4-piece Victorinox set we usually recommend, and will be recommending in our future kitchen gear guide, usually goes for $100. Paying $6 more to get a 10-piece set over a 4-piece set is a no-brainer.

Victorinox knives are amazing without totally breaking the bank. They were recommended in Lifehacker’s knife guide linked above, and their chef’s knife finished in the top five in our best chef’s knife vote.

Oral-B’s Pro 1000 is Amazon’s top-selling electric toothbrush, and a fantastic option for just $24. While it lacks the bells and whistles of your five favorite toothrbrushes, the Pro 1000 does include an automatic pressure sensor and a 30 second interval timer to help you clean each quadrant of your mouth equally. [Oral-B Pro 1000, $24 after $10 coupon]

Many newer Android smartphones support a technology called Qualcomm Quick Charge, which allows them to charge up to 75% faster than usual when plugged into a certified high-power charger. Well, this Aukey wall wart is just such a charger, and only $10 right now. Before you buy it though, be sure to check out the product description for a list of compatible phones. [Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 18W USB Turbo Wall Charger (Included an 20AWG 3.3ft Micro USB Cable), $10 with code II4SR9PE]

You could eyeball your car tires and try to guess if they’re under-inflated, or you could replace their caps with these tiny sensor valves. Once you have the $2 set installed, you’ll be able to glance at your tires, and tell instantly whether they’re fully inflated (green), a little flat (yellow), or very flat (red). [Tire Pressure Monitoring Valve Cap Set, $2]

If you want to take selfies from a distance (or just don’t want to look like an awkward tourist holding your phone at arm’s length with a creepy smile), this Bluetooth remote shutter can trigger your phone’s camera from up to 30’ away. As long as your phone maps the volume up button to the camera shutter, it should work without issue. [Mpow iSnap Bluetooth Shutter, $9 with code KPNY55VL]

This would pair very well with a flexible mini smartphone tripod like this one.

Kmashi’s 10,000mAh battery pack is one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, and at this price, it’s easy to see why. The pack’s 4.2 star review average isn’t quite as spectacular as you’d see from the likes of Anker, but if you’re on a tight budget, it’s a solid buy. [KMASHI 10,000 mAh Portable External USB Battery Pack, $9 with code GOQL7EVL]

On days where you don’t have time to cook a fresh meal, nothing beats throwing some ingredients into your slow cooker in the morning, and coming home to fully-cooked dinner after work. If for some reason you don’t own one, this compact 4-quart model is only $13 today at Best Buy. [Crock Pot 4-Quart Slow Cooker, $13]

If you still haven’t given mechanical keyboards a chance, today’s a great chance to fix that.


Monoprice’s mechanical gaming keyboard features Cherry MX Black switches, which as Lifehacker points out, feature a smooth linear press from top to bottom, which means you’ll always know when your keypress has registered. It normally sells for a hair under $100 on Monoprice’s site, but Rakuten has it for just $56 today, which is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a mechanical keyboard. [Monoprice Cherry MX Black Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, $56]

A humidifier might not be at the top of your shopping list this time of year, but come winter, you’ll be glad to have one. VicTsing’s Cool Mist Humidifier will look great on any shelf (especially compared to the translucent plastic nightmares that make up the majority of this product category), and sports a solid 4 star review average as well. [VicTsing Electric Aromatherapy Essential oil Diffuser Cool Mist Humidifier, $28 with code 9NRRTZWG]

Large dresser drawers aren’t really designed for socks and underwear, but these inexpensive inserts add the walls and compartments you need to keep your unmentionables from spilling out of control.

Note that this set actually includes four boxes, each of which is designed for a certain type of garment. You get six-cell boxes for underwear and bras, eight cells for socks, and 24 for scarves and accessories, but I’m sure you can fudge those as needed. [MIU COLOR Collapsible Storage Boxes Bra Underwear Closet 4 set, $15 with code LMVU9FIC]

Treat yourself to a movie night with a free DVD rental from any Redbox. [FREE Redbox DVD Rental with Code SM74WK3]

It’s not the most advanced fitness tracker out there, but the Fitbit Flex is a great barebones wearable that can track your steps by day, your sleep by night, and sync all of that data to your smartphone. You might eventually want to graduate to a more capable wearable, but this is a great way to see if Fitbit’s particular brand of healthy gamification resonates with you. [Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity & Sleep Wristband, $80.]

Panasonic’s face, ear and nose hair trimmer is one of the most popular items we’ve ever posted, and a no-brainer addition to everyone’s bathroom arsenal. It’s priced at $11 today, and less than a dollar off its all-time low price. [Panasonic ER-GN30-K Nose, Ear n Facial Hair Trimmer Wet/Dry with Vortex Cleaning System, $11]

If you spent $350-$18,000 on an Apple Watch, it’s probably worth spending $10 on a nice charging cradle for your nightstand. The catch is that since this model holds the watch vertically, it won’t work with watchOS 2’s alarm clock mode, but if that doesn’t bother you, it’s a fantastic deal. [iClever Apple Watch Charging Stand, $10 with code 2267ELFQ]

If you’re planning a summer trip, this discounted gift card can save your $25 off your stay at any Hyatt brand hotel. [$200 Hyatt Gift Card, $175]





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