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Good morning, my shopaholic friends! Today is Tuesday, which is a terrific day because it means that we all made it through Monday. Give yourselves a pat on the back. One of my favorite ways to make the work week go by a bit quicker on days like today is to do a little bit of shopping—my heart says yes even though my bank account says maybe don’t.
In order to overcome that, I like to focus my attention solely on the best deals and top-quality products that online retailers have to offer. At Reviewed, we aim to help you make the most of your hard-earned money too, by testing countless products and tracking their price history throughout the year, to help everyone buy nothing but the best stuff and only at the right time. Today we found some fantastic deals from Amazon, Wayfair, and Fitbit on Bose headphones, Instant Pots, furniture, and more.
1. Under $300: The best headphones on the market
I’m fairly certain this has never happened before, ladies and gents, but right now the two best pairs of headphones that money can buy are on sale at the same time, for the same price. The drama is real. Recently the Sony WH1000XM3 over-ear headphones unseated the Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II as our top pick for the best noise-canceling headphones, because the level of active noise-cancellation (ANC) is completely customizable. Then Bose released a firmware update in the Bose Connect app that made the ANC for the QC 35’s customizable too. I told you there was drama.
Right now on Amazon, the Bose are available for $299 while the Sony’s are available for literally a dollar lower at $298, which are the lowest prices we’ve seen for either model, apart from a Drop deal. Ultimately this will come down to brand loyalty for most of you because both headphones are incredible, but either way you won’t want to miss out on this fantastic deal.
Get the Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones on Amazon for $299 (Save $50)
Get the Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WH1000XM3 on Amazon for $298 (Save $51.99)
2. Save 30%: The most popular Instant Pots
In terms of trendy kitchen gadgets, I’d say the Instant Pot reigns supreme. Also known as a multi-cooker, they combine multiple kitchen appliances (including a rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, and slow cooker) into one handy machine. If you want to be let in on a little secret though, you should never buy one at full price because of how often they go on sale.
For instance, right now, their most popular model, the Instant Pot DUO60 7-in-1, is on sale at Amazon for only $69.99, which is one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen outside of Prime Day and Black Friday. If you want a more souped-up version (pun intended), the Instant Pot DUO Plus 60 9-in-1 is also available for just $20 more, at $89.99. Both performed well in our testing of the best pressure cookers, so we’d recommend either one if you want to get in on the pressure cooking craze, and save money while you’re at it.
Get the Instant Pot DUO60 6 Qt 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker on Amazon for $69.99 (Save $29.96)
Get the Instant Pot DUO Plus 60, 6 Qt 9-in-1 Multi- Use Programmable Pressure Cooker on Amazon for $89.99 (Save $39.96)
3. Father’s Day Sale: Get up to $50 off on fitness trackers
Do you know what you’re getting for your dad for Father’s Day yet? I don’t, and I’m already panicking. If Dad is into fitness or health at all though, Fitbit is currently having a Father’s Day sale where you can get amazing discounts on some of their most popular fitness trackers, including the Versa ($20 off), Charge 3 ($30 off), and Ionic ($50 off). They’re also offering free express delivery on any purchase so you can take the stress away from the holiday, and just focus on Dad. All you need to do is enter the promo code “DADSDAY2” at checkout.
The Charge 3 emerged as our absolute favorite when we tested the best fitness trackers. Some of its features include heart rate monitoring, texting, calling, calendar notifications, silent alarms, and finally a super long battery life of 7+ days. Also good to keep in mind that the Ionic may not be suited for dads on the skinnier/smaller side, as our tester noted that its bulkiness made it very uncomfortable on her wrist. Whichever one you end up choosing for Pops, just don’t forget about that promo code!
Shop the Fitbit Father’s Day sale and save up to $50 with the code “DADSDAY2”
4. Get 25% off a top-rated portable charger
For those of you who still have an iPhone 6S like me (sad, I know), your phone probably loses battery pretty quickly. I mean, I basically live on low power mode at this point, so having a good portable charger is a necessity for me. It’s super easy to just carry a charging cable with me wherever I go and plug it into my battery pack when need be, so my phone never dips into the dreaded red battery percentage territory.
Out of all all the USB battery packs we’ve tested, the Anker PowerCore 26800mAh was one of our top picks for its speediness and charging capacity. And right now for their Deal of the Day, Amazon is offering 25% off on some awesome Anker electronics, so you can get the Anker PowerCore 10400mAh (which has a smaller battery and a lower price point than the 26800) for just $23.99. If you’re sick and tired of your phone dying all the time, now’s a great time to invest in one of these handy gadgets.
Get the Anker PowerCore 10400mAh External Battery Pack on Amazon for $23.99 (Save $8)
5. This well-loved air fryer is almost half off
Air fryers have been super trendy lately, and it makes sense why—anything that makes fries even a little bit healthier to eat is bound to be popular. You’ll find that most options, like this Ninja Air Fryer, are great for cooking up all sorts of fried favorites without the heaps of unhealthy oil that are typically required for those types of recipes. Though we haven’t tested this product specifically, the near perfect 4.5-star rating out of more than 800 reviews on Amazon is very promising. And until midnight tonight you can get it for just $71.99, which is a whopping 45% off its normal retail price of $129.99.
Get the Ninja Air Fryer on Amazon for $71.99 (Save $78)
6. Wayfair’s “All Things Home, All Under $250” sale
If you’re in the mood to do a bit of redecorating this summer, Wayfair is having a fairly large sale right now on a bunch of different furniture and home decor, all for under $250. We happen to love this canopy bed frame that would instantly upgrade your bedroom, pictured above, which is available for only $133 (51% off). We’ve also been eyeing these teal Russett barstools, pictured above, for just $60 (43% off) that would make a great addition to your kitchen island. With so many different options to choose from for any room in your home, you’re sure to find something that fits your aesthetic.
Shop the Wayfair “All Things Home, All Under $250” sale
7. Under $25: This simple streaming device so you can kiss cable goodbye
To cable or not to cable, that is the question? More and more people have been recently opting to cut the hefty cable bills from their lives, and get a streaming device instead like the Roku Express, pictured above. This very reasonably priced device allows you to access all your favorite TV channels and apps like Amazon Video, Netflix, and HBO Now, all at the touch of a button. When our TV expert tested the best streaming devices, he found the Roku Express to be perfectly adequate if you just need basic features like 1080p HD video, though it processed slower than other, more expensive devices. Right now, you can get the standard version for just $24.99 on Amazon instead of its usual $30 price tag.
Get the Roku Express Streaming Media Player on Amazon for $24.99 (Save $5)
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