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3 Thursday deals you shouldn't miss, including a $40 Nintendo Game & Watch

There's also a $7 touchless forehead thermometer and a $9 multitool (now sold out).

With all the fuss over Father's Day and Prime Day right now, it's easy to overlook the little everyday deals that continue to crop up -- many of which have nothing to do with either event.

Case in point: These three deals. While a couple of them would make great Father's Day gifts (and might actually make it in time), overall they're just a random bunch. As always, they're available for a limited time and while supplies last. Take a look!

Meterk

Amazon seller: HusLand

Price: $9 with promo code TPBK8XYE

Everyone should own a multitool. It's the grown-up version of the Swiss Army Knife, a pocketable collection of useful items ranging from a bottle opener to pliers to a screwdriver. This one offers 24 such tools and comes with a nylon case that can strap to your belt.

This is the kind of thing to keep on hand when you're camping, hiking, biking, fishing and so on. It doesn't have a corkscrew, though, so you'll have to find a different way to open your, er, camp wine.

Nintendo

Whether you grew up playing Super Mario Bros. (which my kids hilariously never understood was short for "brothers") or you're a newer fan of the game, this little handheld arcade is a must-have. Read Scott Stein's Nintendo Game & Watch review to learn why.

Father's Day note: If you happen to live near a Best Buy store and it's in stock, you can easily pick it up in time for Sunday.

Vigorun

Amazon seller: XieduUS

Price: $7 with promo code JUN459ZZ

Even before COVID, touchless thermometers were a great household item. Point, press and presto: instant-read temperature. At one point last year these things were selling for $50 and higher -- if you could even get one. This is one of the lowest prices I've seen, and the thermometer offers a display that's easy to see in the dark and a memory that stores the last 32 readings. What's not to like? 


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