In these dark days, let me offer you a ray of happiness:. That’s right, a $40 Star Wars game, one that’s just a couple years old, absolutely free. No strings attached; you just need an Epic Games account and desktop client, both free as well.
Let’s get on to today’s deal business! As always, these are available for a limited time and while supplies last. All the codes were working as of this writing, but they may expire without warning.
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I can’t think of two movies that made me laugh harder than Deadpool and Deadpool 2. They’re incredibly rewatchable, which means they’re worth owning. And right now Best Buy is offering this must-have bundle at a great price. Opt for in-store pickup to dodge the $4 shipping charge, or pad your cart to at least $35.
The Complete Collection (“for now,” lol) includes 4K Ultra HD and standard Blu-ray discs, plus digital copies. The latter would cost you $30 by themselves if purchased from, say, Apple or Vudu.
There are countless no-brand massage guns like this one floating around Amazon, most priced at $50 to $60 (if not higher). From what I can tell, there’s just not much difference between them — so why spend more than you have to?
This model offers three speeds, six interchangeable heads, a battery good for two to three hours and a zippered carrying case. Use promo code CNETPMG to get the discounted price.
Amazon seller: Macwheel Direct
Price: $322 with promo code NX9OCYQ4
This is one of the best deals I can recall on a scooter with these specs; many, if not most, run at least $400. And this particular model has never been priced lower than $360.
The MX Pro promises up to 25 miles on a charge, at speeds up to about 15 mph. It has air-free tires, disc brakes, front and rear lights, app-based locking and monitoring and a folding design. It weighs 28 pounds — not the lightest scooter you can get, but light enough to carry with you for short distances as needed.
Amazon seller: WorldUS
Price: $49 with promo code 8QRPWTUU
I’ve had to jump-start a few cars in my day, usually with traditional jumper cables. And honestly it scares the hell out of me, because I’m convinced I’m going to cause both cars to burst into flames. Plus, it requires a second vehicle, which isn’t always immediately available.
The smart solution: Keep a portable jump-starter at the ready. Tacklife’s unit packs enough juice to start up to a 7-liter gas engine or 5.5-liter diesel. It’s also a dual-port USB charger for your mobile devices. It even has a flashlight and compass. Definitely a smart item to keep in your car.
I haven’t tried this particular model, but the nearly 2,000 user ratings are overwhelmingly positive.
This is one of those insanely handy items I think belongs on every desk (or kitchen counter). Starting with a flat wall-plug (thank you!), this little charging station serves up two AC outlets and three USB ports (including one 18-watt Power Delivery USB-C).
Use promo code CNETGVXB to get the discount. I know it’s not a huge savings, but it’s the lowest price you’ll find anywhere.
Amazon seller: Govee US
Price: $8 with promo code XYJOBCVJ
Need a doorbell for, say, your apartment and don’t care about smarts? The options don’t come much cheaper than this. The bell itself is peel-and-stick-simple to install, and it comes with a battery that’s good for up to three years, according to Govee.
As for the chime, you just plug into a wall outlet that’s within 1,000 feet (!) of the door. You can choose between 36 different ring melodies.
Want two chimes, as pictured above? Get the two-chime version of this for just $11 with promo code KM4LAIZA. Fantastic deal.
Amazon seller: Quinby
Price: $10.35 with promo code 6332XS1Y
Great for Zoom calls, TikTok videos and the like, these things are all over Amazon. This is one of the cheapest options I’ve seen yet.
The little kit includes two brightness-adjustable ring lights on bendy arms, which flank a phone mount and sit atop a tripod. Power comes from any standard USB port — like, say, one of the Galvanox desktop-charger ports, above, or even that Tacklife jump-starter, also above.
I’m using something similar to this. Works great. Crazy-good deal at this price.
OK, cheeps, who’s buying what?
This article was first published last week.
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