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Ultimate Ears makes some of the most popular Bluetooth speakers around… but with list prices starting at around $100, they’re not exactly the cheapest options.

The good news is that they often go on sale for much less than that, especially if you don’t mind picking up a model that may be a year or two old.

Case in point, today you can grab a UE Boom 2 waterproof 360-degree wireless speaker for $75 from Amazon, a smaller UE Wonderboom for $50 from Dell, or a previous-gen UE Roll 2 for $46 from Best Buy.

Left to right: Boom 2, Wonderboom, and Boom 2 (not to scale)

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Wireless speakers

Media Streamers


Laptops and desktops

Digital Media


You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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3 replies on “Deals of the Day (6-15-2018)”

  1. “save up to 85 percent (off list price)”

    Sadly, that’s a good description of Humble Bundle these days. Sounds good (until you see the fine print).

    Humble Bundle’s store does the thing that Steam does, where you keep the “official” price of a game inflated for years longer than you used to. This lets them claim “insane” deals that actually cost you more than their more moderate looking sales did a couple of years ago.

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