The Fourth of July is officially in the rear-view mirror, but many deals remain -- and some will do so throughout the long weekend.
Looking for a new bed? There are still lots of mattress deals to be had. Check out this roundup of. In the meantime, 40% was definitely the magic number this year, as evidenced by the following:
- Best Buy: Save up to 40% on appliances
- Home Depot: Save up to 40% on appliances, grills, mowers, power tools and patio furniture
- Lowe's: Save up to 40% on appliances
Now let's take a look at some specific deals you won't want to miss -- all of them still available as of today.
This is actually one of a variety of Google Home and Google Nest products on sale at Walmart. But the Home Mini smart speaker is an especially good deal at $25, a price that rivals Black Friday. Google Home Mini review.
You've never heard of quantum dots? They're a thing, and they give Vizio's M-Series a serious picture boost -- without the serious price boost. If you want top-notch deep blacks, great color reproduction and solid 4K HDR, this is a solid savings on a great TV. Vizio M-Series review.
What would a holiday be without an Instant Pot sale? This is one of the most popular kitchen products, well, ever, able to pressure-cook, slow-cook, steam-cook and more. Need something larger? Best Buy has the 8-quart Insignia pressure cooker for $59.99, a $60 savings.
Ecobee's smart thermostats continue to outflank Google's Nests in one key way: They come with a room sensor (and let you add more as needed), meaning you can adjust temperature based on a specific area, not just wherever the thermostat is located. This isn't the lowest price ever, but it's still a solid savings. Ecobee4 review.
On paper, Lensabl is already a great way to save money on glasses: You keep the frames you already bought, paid for and like, but get brand-new lenses to go in them. (You do have to ship your frames to the company and wait for them to come back, so you'll likely need a spare pair.)
Between July 1 and July 7, you can save 20% on all clear lenses when you apply promo code SEECLEAR.
To butcher an old saying, one man's tech-trash is another man's tech-treasure. The next time you're in the market for a new phone or tablet, consider a certified-refurbished one instead -- especially if it includes a full 12-month warranty, which is what you get from Decluttr. What's more, you can save an extra 15% by applying promo code INDY15 at checkout. (That code is good through July 7.)
For example, an unlocked iPhone XR in pristine condition priced at $689.99 ($60 below new) would run you just $569.50.
Turo is kind of like Uber meets Airbnb: You borrow someone's car, but you do all the driving. I've used it many times and found it a great alternative to traditional car-rental services, in part because you get to choose exactly the vehicle you want (not just, say, "midsize") and in part because you can often do pickup/dropoff right outside baggage claim.
Between now and July 11, you can get $50 off any Turo rental when you apply promo code 4JULY2019.
Hurom makes high-end juicers, but unfortunately that results in high-end pricing. From July 1 to July 8, however, you can save 20% on all Hurom's Citrus Juicers and Alpha, Classic and Limited Edition Slow Juicers. The company is also knocking 25% off the H-AA and HZ Rose Gold Slow Juicers.
CNET's Brian Bennett didn't love the H-AA's high price and complicated design, but users have been more forgiving: It has a 4.2-star review average from Amazon buyers and an even better rating from over 500 Hurom customers. Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer review.
Other notable sales right now
Although these aren't July 4 deals, per se, there are plenty of other great bargains to be had right now. Among the highlights:
- Echo (2nd generation): $50 (save $50)
- Apple iPad 128GB: $329 (save $100)
- Echo Dot: $25 (save $25)
- Fire TV Recast: $129.99 (save $100)
- The Apple AirPods with wireless charging case for $179.99 (save $20)
- The Apple Watch Series 3 (38mm) GPS for $199 (save $80)
- The Google Home Hub for $71.70 (save $77)
More to come!
Originally published on June 24.
Update, July 7: Removed expired deals.
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