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If you can resist buying products the day they come out, you can usually score deals by waiting for refurbished models to hit the shelves. But right now you can save even more thanks to Newegg’s 4-day sale on hundreds of refurbished items.

While I’m not going to list every product included in the sale, the list below does highlight some of the best bargains I could find in a few different categories.


Just keep in mind that most of these items come with a 90-day limited warranty rather than the 1-year warranty you typically get with new products. So make sure to test any new purchases thoroughly within the first few months, because after the warranty ends you’ll have to foot the bill for any repairs or replacements.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Newegg 4-day sale on refurbished products


WiFi routers

Media streamers

More daily deals

Notebooks, tablets, and convertibles

Digital goods


Other stuff

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (4-12-2017)”

  1. btw, Comcast Xfinity hotspots are free for the next 6 days. You just give an email & ZIP to register your device ID. (This is in N. California, at any rate)

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