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Best Buy flash sale has deals on MacBooks, iPads and more

These deals will only be available today, Sept. 24.

JBL Link 10
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Best Buy is in the midst of a 24-hour flash sale. 

The sale ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. CT -- that's 9:59 p.m. on the West Coast and 12:59 a.m. (Wednesday morning) on the East Coast. Below are our top picks.

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Add an iPad Air and Smart Keyboard to your cart and you'll receive savings that amount to $160, which just happens to be the price of the Smart Keyboard. Hey, free keyboard! The offer is good for both the 64GB and 256GB iPad Air, as well as both Wi-Fi and cellular models. You can find more iPad deals here.

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Best Buy's new $500 discount on this premium 2018 configuration is worth a look. Equipped with a big 512GB SSD and 16GB of RAM, this is a solid price on a powerful edition of the MacBook Air. Note that we've also rounded up a bunch of other deals on a variety of 2018 and 2019 MacBook Air models.

Read the MacBook Air 2018 review.


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With Google Assistant and Google Chromecast built-in, the JBL Link 10 can be linked to other Link and Chromecast speakers to create a multiroom setup. It delivers good sound for its size and is one of the better voice-enabled portable Wi-Fi speakers out there.

Read the JBL Link 10 review.


The M325 is a wireless mouse meant for laptops because it's slightly smaller than your typical PC mouse. It uses Logitech's Unifying receiver, a tiny USB dongle designed to stay in your PC full-time, instead of Bluetooth to connect to your computer. You'll need to sacrifice a USB port -- a USB-A port, that is. But it supports simultaneous use of other Logitech devices for Windows or Macs in case you're also rocking a Logitech keyboard. The mouse has a scroll wheel, which is not unusual. What is unusual is it can tilt to the left or right to move backwards and forwards in your browser. It's available in a variety of colors and patterns.

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This kitchen set isn't tech (unless you count steel that doesn't stain as tech), but it's too good a deal not to share. The set includes a 2-quart saucepan with a cover, 3-quart sauté pan with a cover, 5-quart stockpot with a cover, 8-inch nonstick skillet, 10-inch skillet, slotted turner, solid spoon, slotted spoon and nylon tongs. Yes, the three lids count as three pieces of the 12-piece set, but it's still a great starter set at an unbeatable price for anyone who just moved into their first apartment.