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Beats Ep -- $30 off (Best Buy)

The new Beats Ep, a wired model, is the company's most affordable on-ear headphone. It's reinforced with stainless steel and comes in black, white, red and blue, and sounds pretty close to the wired Solo2, which costs around $150. The Beats Ep is available for $30 off or $100 at Best Buy's website and at a number of stores.

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Jaybird Freedom Wireless for $150

Jaybird Freedom Wireless is the company's smallest and most advanced wireless sports earbuds to date. They usually cost $180, but you can find them at Walmart for $150.

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Sonos Play:1, $169

Sonos has $30 off the Sonos Play: 1 speaker, which normally costs $200. It's one of the best Wi-Fi speakers, and it works with every major music service. And this deal lasts until the end of December (or until they run out).

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Parrot Bebop 2

The Bebop is one of the safer camera drones available, thanks to its foam body and propellers that stop the instant they come in contact with anything. Parrot has improved the quality of the camera through firmware updates and also added features such as subject tracking and autofollow. The company has dropped the price to $400 for the shopping rush, and you can find it almost everywhere for that. But B&H seems to have the best price, $384. That's only for the red model, though at $395 for the white it's still a hair cheaper than elsewhere.

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Sony A6000 with 16-50mm and 55-210mm lenses, $700

This Sony mirrorless camera may be two generations old, but with the price cuts over time it's become a steal. With the seasonal price drop to $700 at Best Buy for a kit with two lenses -- a range that's big enough to cover the needs of most casual users -- it's a terrific bargain.

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Luma Wi-Fi system three-pack, $250

The Luma Wi-Fi system is similar to Eero, both in features and lofty pricing. You can find it discounted to only $300 for the three-pack from Amazon, down $100 from its $400 list price.

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Save $370 off an LG ultra widescreen monitor at Newegg

An ultra-widescreen monitor (21:9 ratio) is basically like having two monitors in one. This one is designed for gamers and is able to handle high frame rates as well as beefy graphics. Newegg is selling the 29-inch ultra widescreen LG monitor for $300 (save $300).

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Get an LG G5 phone for $400 at Newegg

The LG G5 phone has (two!) great rear cameras, expandable storage and is the phone to get if you want a removable battery. You can snag an unlocked 32GB LG G5 phone for $400 (save $250) at Newegg. This sale is running until Monday, December 5, though only for the silver and not the Titan or Gold models. The Titan is available for $500, still cheaper than usual, also through Monday.

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Buy Olympus E-PL8, get brunch

We had to include this because of its bizarre pairing. If you buy an Olympus PEN E-PL8 camera, you can get a brunch for two worth up to $50 until December 31. It's not a great deal though, as you have to snail-mail an application within 14 days of purchase to claim a code, which you have to use to book a spot within 14 days. Then, after booking with the code, a real person has to contact you to finalize. Not your cup of tea? The company's site has many deals going for cameras and lenses through December 3, midnight ET. If you've already got a Micro Four Thirds camera, the 12-40mm f2.8 pro lens is down to $700 and worth every penny.

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