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Didn’t get a chance to pick up the Oregon Trail handheld game when it went on sale at Target for $25 last year? Now you can grab one for $10.

Target and Amazon are both selling the single-game handheld system for $15 off the usual price. Or if you’re looking for more of a multi-purpose device, Amazon is also running a sale on the latest Kindle Paperwhite and Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablets… and Google is selling Pixel 3 phones for to $150 off.

Here are some of the day’s best deals

Handheld things

Media streaming things

Things that make sound

Chromebooks

Laptops

PC accessories

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One reply on “Daily Deals (1-21-2019)”

  1. re: “the Oregon Trail handheld game”

    As it appears to have a loudspeaker, does it announce at frequent intervals

    “You Have Died of Dysentery”

    Dysentery — the leading cause of death when moving west.

    And never overlook the danger of plague in Wyoming —
    January 8th, 2019 : “Third cat in Wyoming tests positive for bubonic plague”.

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