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These are the 5 hottest deals in Best Buy's 4-day sale

Don't miss these significant discounts on TVs, iPads, a pressure cooker and more!

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Best Buy is having a four-day sale -- and it's a good one, with many products at or near Black Friday prices. You'll find discounts -- some of them significant -- on a ton of items, everything from appliances to phones to smart-home gear.

Want to know which products really stand out? Below I've gathered up what I consider the five best deals from this big sale. If you happen to be in the market for a TV, an iPad , a pressure cooker or an entertainment hub with a universal remote, this is your lucky day.

This is an unusually large discount. If you're still working with an older iPad, this may well be a good upgrade option. You get a bigger screen, boatloads of storage, better cameras, a faster processor, Apple Pencil support and so on.

The Caavo Control Center, normally $99, has "Harmony killer" written all over it. It controls all your home-theater components courtesy of a universal remote that supports voice commands. This is the best price we've seen on it since Black Friday.

Instant Pot, Shminstant Shmot. Best Buy's house-brand cooker performs the same quick-meal tricks and has a 4.7-star average rating from over 550 buyers.

Super Bowl 2019, anyone? This TV could make a great addition to your party, and the huge price drop will leave room in the budget for wings.

Just a week or two ago, Best Buy was selling its house-brand Insignia 43-inch TV -- usually $300 -- for $200. Now you can bag a Toshiba for $20 less than that. It has the same built-in Amazon Fire TV UI, plus a remote that supports Alexa-powered voice commands.

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