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Best Buy is running a 4-day sale with deep discounts on Chromebooks, laptops, hard drives, and much more. Meanwhile if you’ve got an Amazon Prime Visa Signature card, you can get 10-15 percent cash-back on select products from Roku, Dell, and other brands, which is a nice bonus over the usual 5-percent cash back on other Amazon purchases.

And B&H is offering one of the best deals I’ve seen in a while on a pair of premium wireless over-ear noise cancelling headphones that seems to get mostly positive reviews: the Cleer Flow headphones have a list price of $200 or more, but today you can pick up a pair for $50.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.


Windows laptops

Amazon tablets



Games & Gaming gear

Store sales


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  1. The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook’s price is only $500 after factoring in a maximum-value user device trade-in, so it’s misleading to list it this way IMO. $800 is their current actual sale price for the device itself (not bad, but not excellent like $500 would’ve been).

    1. Whoops, I’m not ally careful to check for that, but I spotted this discount on another site and quickly added it to today’s deals. Now I’ve deleted it. That other site has since removes their article, so I’m guessing someone pointed it out to them too.