We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
Amazon’s $10 video game preorder credits seem to have gone the way of the dodo, but that doesn’t mean you can’t save a few bucks. Super Mario Maker 2 for Switch is discounted to $52 right now for Prime members, the best price we’ve seen so far. Note: Discount shown at checkout.
AmazonBasics is eating the world, as the brand encompasses more product categories seemingly every day. Putting aside the broader anticompetitive implications of Amazon’s ambitions, we’ve always found AmazonBasics products to be well made and priced fairly. Now, latest batch of new arrivals are all 15% off, with a…
Brother HL-2350DW Laser Printer | $80 | Amazon
Filippo Morato’s Suave wallet has proven to be a hit with our readers (and one reader in particular that you may recognize), and now, the same designer is back with a sequal: the Casuale Wallet.
Anker SoundCore Spirit Sport Bluetooth Earbuds | $23 | Amazon | Clip the $2 coupon
A J.Crew Factory sale, Diablo III: Eternal Edition, GoodThreads sale, and an Anker dash cam lead off a Tuesday’s best deals.
Third party USB-C to Lightning cables can finally get Apple’s MFi blessing for faster charging speeds (50% in 30 minutes on the latest iPhones!), and we’ve spotted a deal that brings one down to $9, the best price we’ve ever seen for any of these cables.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi 4K Steelbook | $26 | Daily Steals | Promo code KJSWJEDI
Vizio 3.1 Channel Sound Bar | $128 | Walmart
Fire Emblem Warriors | $22 | Amazon
Diablo 3 Eternal Collection [Switch] | $37 | Amazon
Philips Hue Color Bulb | $37 | Amazon
Anker Roav Dash Cam C1 | $51 | Amazon | Clip the $5 coupon and use promo code ROAVCC66
Simpson Pressure Washer and Generator Gold Box | Amazon
Goodthreads Men’s Apparel Sale | Amazon
RAVPower 45W USB-C PD Battery Pack 20,100mAh | $48 | Amazon | Clip the $5 coupon and use code KINJAXPD
Even if you aren’t one for DIY projects, there are a few tools that you probably have tucked into a drawer somewhere. A hammer. A few screwdrivers. Maybe even a drill. It’s my deeply held belief the miniature bar clamp should be just as ubiquitous.
Everyone likes to make jokes about socks disappearing in the wash, but I posit that chip clips are even more likely to vanish without a trace. Seriously, I bought a pack of four of them just a couple of months ago, and they’re already all gone. This is not my fault! It’s the nature of chip clips!
Update: Sold out