It’s hard to believe that a 200GB microSD card would now be considered midsized, and even harder to believe that you can get that much storage on a card the size of your pinkie nail for $27, but here we are.
That’s plenty of space for a ton of Nintendo Switch games and 4K action cam footage, and while there are bigger cards out there these days, this offers a tremendous price per gigabyte, and should have enough space for most of you.
Entering your Netflix password with a TV remote is actually considered torture under the Geneva Conventions, but this Logitech wireless keyboard works seamlessly with recent Samsung, LG, and Sony smart TV operating systems, as well as Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android over Bluetooth. You can even switch between your connected devices with the flip of a switch.
Today’s $50 deal is an all-time low.
Like Brother’s home printers, this model spits out about 36 pages per minute, includes Wi-Fi connectivity, uses inexpensive and long-lasting toner, and just generally works much more reliably than any inkjet printer out there. The biggest advantage of this model over a consumer-level HL-series printer is that it includes a document feeder for the scanner, meaning it can automatically scan 50 pages in a row with no user input. You might use that feature, like, once, but you’ll probably be really glad you have it.
$100 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed on this model, so list that inkjet printer of yours on Craigslist, and go lock in your order.
It’s officially barbecue season, but if you don’t have the right equipment to host a cookout, you can grab whatever you need from this one-day Amazon Cuisinart sale.
And even if you already have a grill you’re happy with, you may want to grab Cuisinart’s deluxe grilling accessory set for $33, which is about $5 less than usual.
You can head over to Amazon to see all of the deals, but remember that they’re only available today, so don’t let this sale overcook.
Memorial Day is one of the best times of the year to buy a mattress, and Leesa isn’t letting us down with 15% off both its standard foam and hybrid spring mattresses, plus two free pillows with every order.
The pillows themselves are somewhat mysterious—they’re automatically added to your card, and are described as “Down Alternative Pillows,” which aren’t listed on Leesa’s pillow page—but hey, they’re free.
The queen Leesa mattress will set you back $845 during this sale (down from $995), and the equivalent hybrid mattress costs $1,440 (down from $1,695). If you need help deciding, there’s a comparison page here, so you can sleep easy with your decisions.
Dyson vacuums dominate our Co-Op for best vacuum, but they’re often pricey. Today’s deal, though, removes that barrier. The second-generation, Dyson Ball Multi Floor is down to $175 if you’re okay with a refurbished model.
The RoboVac 30 is the same size as the RoboVac 11s (which is to say, it’s very thin), but has stronger suction (1500Pa vs. 1300, and for comparison, the old RoboVac 10 only had 400), and includes guide strips that you can lay down anywhere in your home (like in front of cords on the ground) to warn the vacuum to steer clear.
It launched last summer $270, but this one-day deal brings it down to just $160, the best price we’ve seen. It’s a Woot deal though, meaning it’s only available today, or until sold out.
Label all the things with this discounted label maker. Is this your brick of cheese or your roommates? Never guess again. It’s basically $10 for peace of mind.
Maybe after you make clear what’s yours, your roommate will stop using your honey. I mean, it’s an $8 bottle of hot honey… they can buy their own. Goddammit, stop touching my honey.
… um, yeah. Labels.
Sugru is right up there with binder clips and the Raspberry Pi in Lifehacker’s pantheon of must-have gear, and you can stock up today with eight packs from Amazon for just $15, the best price we’ve ever seen.
If you want a little more guidance the Hacks For Your Home kit is also on sale for $11. It only includes four packs, but it also comes with a storage tin and a book full of project ideas.
It is time to jump on the Instant Pot bandwagon! You’re going to want to toss out all of your other kitchen appliances after you try this.
Right now, you can get a black stainless steel 6 Qt. Instant Pot LUX60 for only $50 from Walmart. The Instant Pot is a six-in-one multi-use kitchen appliance that works as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, saute, steamer, and warmer.
This particular model includes a built-in grinder, and dispenses the perfect amount for each shot, making it pretty much idiot proof. This price, while super low compared to all of the sales we’ve seen previously, is still pretty steep. But, if you spend a ton on your morning espresso at Starbucks, this could very well be a cost-saving purchase.
If you want to get serious about oral hygiene, the Sonicare 3 is down to just $40 right now.
It’s one of the nicest and the most travel-friendly brushes from Philips’ line. Offering three intensity settings, so you can adjust mid-brush for lighter cleaning on more sensitive areas like your gums, and use faster brush strokes on your teeth to brush away plaque. It also comes with a travel case.
This $40 price is about $20 cheaper than average, and currently $27 off what it’s selling for on Amazon.
Summer is right around the corner. While we’re excited about warm weather, we’re not ready to be eaten alive by mosquitos for three months straight. They aren’t the only bugs that crawl out of their hell holes to feast upon our blood during the summer.
If you’re constantly finding bug bites all over your body after spending five minutes outside, grab a bottle of 3M Ultrathon Insect Repellant Lotion while it is on sale for a few bucks off. It not only repels mosquitos but also ticks, biting flies, chiggers, gnats, fleas, and deer flies.
It’s also been if not my primary chef’s knife, at least one in my heavy rotation for about seven years. It’s not as pretty as some more expensive knives, and its plastic handle it utilitarian (but comfortable!), but its blade is sharp and made from high quality steel, as you’d expect from Victorinox. Amazon has the extra long 10″ version for $29 right now, which is an absolute steal for the quality you’re getting.
The changing of the seasons is a great time to buy new clothes, and Marmot is thinking about getting you geared up to go outside outside for less. Right now, they’re is taking an extra 25% off sitewide during the company’s Memorial Day Sale. Just use promo code SALE25, then start planning your summer outdoor excursions while you wait for the gear to arrive.
Cole Haan makes some seriously great shoes for any occasion, and if you’re looking for a new pair but don’t want to spend the normal asking price, they’re taking an extra 40% off their sale section with the code EXTRA40. We expect that this will be their last big sale of the year.
Summer heat is on the horizon, so chances are you’ll find yourself trying to cool down in some sort of body of water soon. And unless you’re planning to exclusively skinny dip this season (please don’t), you’ll need a swimsuit. Luckily, Amazon has marked down tons of styles for men, women, and kids, so you can look appropriate and, dare I say, cool when you hit the beach, pool, lake, backyard, whatever. This deals will only last one day, though, so be sure to shop before the undertow pulls these prices out to sea.
No matter how worth it they are, spending a fortune on designer denim never feels great. But today, you can take home a pair of nice Joe’s Jeans for much less than usual, thanks to a Nordstrom Rack flash event. Both men’s and women’s styles of jeans and other apparel are more than half off their regular prices. It’s a sale you’ll want to slip into ASAP.
If you’re big into camping, you’ll want to pitch a tent at Backcountry’s sale on camping gear, happening today only. Outdoor adventurers can save an additional 20% on tons of gear, including sleeping bags, packs, tents, and apparel. Many of the items included in the promotion are specifically for cold weather, which means the camping fun doesn’t need to end come fall. So stock up now, and start setting your sights on that campsite.
You don’t need waterfront property to enjoy a kayak. You don’t need a roof rack. Hell, you don’t even need a lot of space in your home to store one. This inflatable two-seater from Intex only weighs about 30 pounds deflated, so you can throw it in your trunk, and blow it up once you get to the water.
$65 is the best price of the year, and it even includes two oars and an air pump. We aren’t sure how long this deal is going to last though, so pick it up before it capsizes.
BioLite, the company behind the wood burning camp stove that recharges your phone with fire, just kicked off its Memorial Day Sale, with something for every tech-loving outdoor enthusiast (no, they’re not mutually exclusive interests!).
The CampStove 2 is there, as is the SolarHome 620, which adds some lights and USB chargers to any off-grid shed or cabin, and the HeadLamp 330, which is our favorite product of its kind. But the most exciting deal is the first ever discount on the FirePit. This Kickstarter sensation uses thermoelectric fans to promote big, beautiful flames that you’ll be able to fully enjoy thanks to the transparent mesh sidewalls. It also doubles a hibachi grill, so safe to say the next neighborhood barbecue is going to be in your backyard.
2D Mario > 3D Mario don’t @ me.
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe has enough levels to keep you jumping and stomping until Mario Maker 2 comes out, and it’s down to $45 on Amazon today, the best price we’ve seen on this particular Switch game.
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I know it looks dorky, but if you’re ever in a situation where pickpocketing is a serious concern, there’s no better way to store your valuables than a concealed money belt. This one from Zero Grid is made from ripstop nylon, and has enough space for phones, credit cards, and even passports. Plus, you’ll get a bunch of bonus RFID-blocking sleeves to combat more modern forms of theft.
This deal is actually two deals: Clip the $1 coupon, then use promo code 2IBOOO3P at checkout to bring the total price down to $15. That’s a…steal.
If you don’t care to have LED lighting built into your bidet, or just don’t want to wait to make the long overdue switch from wiping poop off your butt with dry paper (sorry to be crass but that’s what we all do, it’s insane!!), Bio Bidet’s already-released Slim Edge bidet is on sale for just $26 today, with Prime shipping.
Like the upcoming Glow, it includes two nozzles (the other’s for feminine cleaning), brass fittings, and a slim, easy-to-install design. Trust us, your tush will thank you.
Today only, you can get 50% off styling products from Living Proof during Ulta’s Gorgeous Hair Event. If you need a product to calm your hair down during the humid summer weather, Living Proof’s Perfect Hair Day 5-in-1 Styling Treatment is the way to go. You can check out all of the Living Proof styling products on sale on Ulta’s website.
Bathing suit season is right around the corner, so grab a pair of trunks and dive into this deal. Right now, you can get men’s swimsuits starting at $12 from Target. If you want to rep your Cali spirit, these trunks are $20.
Get rid of your winter skin with this deal on Aquaphor Healing Ointment. If your hands are dry or cracked, you can get 25% off a 14 oz. jar of Aquaphor Healing Ointment when you clip the coupon on Amazon.
’Tis the season for weekends away, so prep for your next trip with sale on Vera Bradley, everyone’s favorite paisley purveyor. Right now, a selection of cute duffles, backpacks, weekenders, and travel accessories is 25% off. So bag in a new bag in the brand’s signature print, or go for something more solid; either way, you’ll be getting a great deal.
The Herschel Supply Co. Novel Duffel Bag would normally cost you $85, but today you can grab it for just $53. It’s perfect for the weekend, touting a separate shoe compartment, top handles, and removable padded shoulder strap, plus a waterproof two-way zipper. It also doubles as a great gym bag, which is one thing your roller bag will never do for you.
Right now, Amazon is offering Super Mario Maker 2 and a 12-Month Switch Online Bundle for just $70. The game is currently on pre-order for $60 in most stores and the subscription retails for $20. Add that up, and it’s basically a $10 discount on a game and service you’d probably want to own anyway.
Amazon’s Goodthreads brand is chock full of great looking men’s clothing at affordable prices, and over 100 styles are even cheaper than usual today on Amazon.
I own the short sleeve chambray (albeit in a different color), and it’s great, especially for $26. We’ve seen a few sales on Goodthreads shirts lately, but this sale also includes a lot of pants, ranging from sharp looking chinos to comfy canvas shorts.
For the rest of the deals, be sure to head over to Amazon. Also note that many styles are eligible for Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe program, which sends you a box with up to eight styles, and you only pay for what you want to keep. Why are they not all included in Prime Wardrobe, given that it’s an Amazon brand? Good question, but you can fly to the moon to ask Bezos yourself.
Don’t underestimate the savings going on at Under Armour right now: If you spend over $50 on their site starting today through May 30, they’ll send you a $10 promo code to use between May 31 and June 13 on orders of $50 or more. And by the way, tons of styles and gear are marked down at the Under Armour Outlet, so you can really make that extra $10 work for you. Shop now, and look out for the code in your email within 24 hours of your purchase.
Don’t forget to stay hydrated on your next hike. The heat is about to get scorching this summer! Rather than packing an abundance of bottles, you can keep your water right on your back with this Camelbak Classic Reservoir Hydration Pack for $45.
A new season calls for a new look, so reinvent your wardrobe right now with Urban Outfitters’ Summer Sale. Over 300 summer-appropriate styles for men and women are 40% off for a limited time, so you can stock up on everything from swimwear and sunglasses, to sandals and even pool floats and lawn games—pretty much anything you need to have fun in the sun. Shop now so you don’t miss out on the best of the warm-weather goods.
Between the privacy violations, the techno-fascism, and the ever-increasing indignities of gig-based capitalism, the future kind of sucks! But hey, at least we got a liquid cooled mattress out of it. Finally.
Here’s how it works:
The Pod features a series of fluid-filled channels running through the foam mattress, and a single hub that can cool the liquid to as low as 55 degrees, or heat it up to 115, and circulate different temperatures to both sides of the bed independently. If you like a cool mattress, and your partner prefers things warm and cozy, this seems like a complete solution where electric blankets only solve one person’s problem.
Of course, this being 2019, it also works with Alexa (“Alexa, cool down my bed”), tracks how much you’re tossing and turning, and can even gently wake you up in the morning by cooling down the mattress. You can skip all the smart features and just enjoy the Pod for its unique climate control options, but they’re there if you want them.
The Pod only came out last month, but now you can save $200 for Memorial Day, plus free in-home setup (a $200 value). It’s still an expensive mattress, let’s be clear (even on sale we’re talking over $1,900 for a queen), but there’s really nothing else quite like it on the market.
It’s not nearly as slick, but you can also achieve a similar cooling and heating effect with your existing mattress with ChiliPad, as we’ve covered here.
Anker’s ever-expanding family of dash cams just got a new member, and it’s down to its best price ever today, no promo code required.
The Roav DashCam S1 looks just like the original model that we reviewed on The Inventory, but it shoots 1080/60 instead of 1080/30, giving you twice as many opportunities to get a clear shot of a license plate. An upgraded Sony image sensor improves low light performance, built-in GPS lets you log your trips, and it even comes with a 32GB microSD card and two port car charger in the box, so you’ll have everything you need to get started.
Custom tailored suits aren’t just for Very Important Business People with Super Platinum Medallion status and briefcases that cost more than your rent. At Indochino’s prices, custom suiting is attainable for all, and that’s especially true with our exclusive sale.
You can grab any of the premium suits from this page for just $349 depending on the style, with promo code KINJA19. These premium suits typically cost $389-$399, but you know what the best part is? All of your customizations, alterations, and shipping are included in the price. Options range from simple, versatile navy and gray options to brighter blues and even a burgundy suit, so you can definitely find something that will fill a niche in your closet.
If you aren’t familiar with Indochino, this is nothing like buying a suit off the rack. You get to choose every little facet of the suit yourself, and everything is cut to measure to fit you perfectly. But if you don’t have time to take your measurements right this minute, you can check out now and submit your measurements later, which makes it very easy to gift. There are plenty of fun and colorful options available, as well as lots of business-minded suits that still look great.
Having a suit that fits perfectly is great, as is picking from dozens of styles, but the little details Indochino lets you customize, from your jacket lapels to pocket flaps to accent stiching around your buttons, are where things get really fun. Just look at some of the options:
How It Works
If you live near a showroom…
You can purchase your suit online with our discount, then take your receipt into an Indochino showroom. They’ll do your measurements, walk you through your customization options, and have your suit delivered to the showroom. Return once it arrives for any final alterations if they’re needed.
Or, measure and customize from home…
Follow the directions on Indochino’s site to submit your measurements and customize your suit. Once the suit arrives, if anything doesn’t fit quite right, you can bring it into an Indochino showroom for adjustments. If you don’t have a showroom nearby, Indochino will provide directions for your local tailor, along with a $75 credit to cover their work. If for whatever reason you can’t get the suit to fit quite right, Indochino will remake your suit. Shipping and return shipping are free.
Let us know which style you’ll be wearing to your next event (or day at the office) in the comments. Just note that this deal expires at midnight on Tuesday.
No matter what your skincare woes are, Murad has something that can help. And right now, two of their all-star kits for those with acne-prone and/or dull skin are marked way down. Snag the 5-piece Acne Control Value Kit (a $220 value) for just $40, or bring home the Environmental Shield Value Kit (a $303 value) for $72; the latter includes cult-favorite Rapid Age Spot and Pigment Lightening Serum, which is normally $72 on its own, just FYI. That’s some serious savings on quality skincare, so shop now.
We’re big fans of Butcher Box’s meat-by-mail deliveries of grass-fed beef, heritage grade pork, and organic chicken, and if you sign up for a new account today, you’ll get everything you need to host a little barbecue thrown in for free.
Just order any box, and in addition to whatever you’d otherwise receive in your first box, you’ll also find an extra pack of baby back ribs, two NY strip steaks, and two pounds of ground beef. That’s a lot of free meat, and if you need help finishing it, feel free to invite me over.
Amazon’s Fire 7 tablet—you know, the one you bought two Black Fridays ago because it was like thirty dollars—just got its first upgrade in years, while maintaining the same bargain basement $50 MSRP.
The new tablet features a faster processor, double the storage for the base model (16GB, vs. a paltry 8GB), support for microSD cards up to 512GB, and hands-free Alexa. Fundamentally, it’s still a cheap tablet that you can use to watch videos or play a few games—this isn’t an iPad Pro we’re talking about here—but that’s all most people tend to use their tablet for anyway.
Preorders are live now, and if you order it before it comes out on June 6, you’ll get a bonus $10 credit to spend on apps and games.
With its modular design, free shipping in regular-sized-boxes, and attractive design, Burrow sits on the throne of the direct-to-consumer sofa industry, and you can score a rare deal on the couch (or chair, or ottoman) of your choice during the company’s Memorial Day sale, including the company’s brand new leather offerings.
For a limited time, promo code SUMMER19 will get you 10% off all orders, 15% off orders of $1,400 or more, and 20% off orders of $2,500 or more. Some of the site’s marketing materials say that you can save “up to $500,” but the 20% code doesn’t seem to be capped, as we were able to save over $600 on a larger order.
A loveseat, any couch, or a chair paired with an ottoman will get you over the minimum here. As always, you get to pick your fabric, your leg color, and even the height of your arms, and you also get a 30 day risk free trial, with a simple return process if you don’t like it.
At $8 per month for Prime members, Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot for new members by offering three months for FREE, for a limited time.
This deal is even available to non-Prime members, though it’ll renew at $10 per month instead of $8. But either way, three months to stream the new Vampire Weekend on repeat for free? Yes please.
Our readers’ favorite VPN recently raised prices for the first time ever, and the company’s best-value (and Kinja Deals-exclusive) three-year plan is going away at the end of the week, so this is your last chance to subscribe at the best per-month price available.
Three-year plans aren’t available to the general public at all, but if you click this link, you can get three years for $99, which works out to just $2.75 per month. That’s only $9 more than it was cost to the price hike, and while shorter plan lengths are available, none come close to the per-month pricing of this three-year membership. For example, the publicly available two-year plan costs about $84, and a month-to-month plan will set you back $10 per month.
If you subscribe to the three-year plan today, you’ll be able to continue to renew it at the same price for the life of your subscription, so this is a great chance to lock in a terrific deal.
Firstleaf is an online wine club that learns your preferences, offers tons of great wines from around the world, and most importantly, saves you money compared to buying from the store. It’s a solid deal any time, but it’s even better for our readers right now in preparation for Mother’s Day.
Every new Firstleaf member gets an introductory delivery with six bottles of wine for just $40 with free shipping, and every box thereafter includes six bottles for $80, plus $10 shipping. But if you use this link when you sign up, you’ll get FREE shipping on every box for your entire first year. That’ll save you over $100 if you get a new box every month. At the very least, you should send Mom the trial box for less than $7 per bottle. I mean, why wouldn’t you?