The Best Deals We Can Find
Because we think we can make a small difference by being picky, here are some great deals on solid pieces of gear.
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Street Price: $150 MSRP: $200 Deal Price: $120
This matches the best price we’ve seen for this refurbished Dyson AM06 at $120, coming in at $30 below the usual refurbished sale price. Use code P20MEMDAY to get the deal. As this fan is sold through the official Dyson eBay storefront, it does include a reasonably long 6-month warranty. The deal is available on the blue, black, and white colors. With summer heat coming on strong, this is a really nice pick-up for those in need of a versatile fan.
The Dyson AM06 12-inch Bladeless Fan is our pick for best combination desk and room fan in the Best Fan guide. Seamus Bellamy writes, “During our testing, the $250 AM06 moved more air than any other desk fan. On its highest settings, this 4-pound 5.8 by 12 by 19.7-inch fan could put out as much air as some of the room fans we tested—and it often worked as well as they did, despite being much smaller.”
Street Price: $40 MSRP: $50 Deal Price: $30
A nice $10 drop in price on our top pick for best electric toothbrush, matching the lowest price we’ve seen. This deal is available for the Black or White color. The $10 discount will be applied at purchase. Shipping is free.
The Oral-B Pro 1000 is our top pick in our guide to the best electric toothbrush. Casey Johnston writes, “The Pro 1000 is among Oral-B’s least expensive models, but comes with all the features recommended by most of our experts for the lowest price—a two-minute timer (with a nice-to-have quadrant alert), and a wide selection of compatible and affordable brush heads. The Pro 1000 has comfortable-feeling oscillating bristles, a simple one-button interface, and a battery that lasted 11.5 days with twice-daily use in our tests. The body survived drop tests on the floor and into water. Best of all, you’re not getting overcharged for features like digital monitors, travel cases, or inductive chargers—none of which will actually get your teeth any cleaner than the Pro 1000 can.”
Street Price: $30 MSRP: $36 Deal Price: $22
We recently featured a deal on this food storage set, but it went out of stock within a day. It’s back in stock now, but is already running low. The other most recent sale on this set of Rubbermaid Modular Canisters was in September, and this drop makes for a new low price. Like the sale we featured a few days ago, it’s unlikely for this sale to last long.
The Rubbermaid Modular Canisters 8-Piece Set are our top pick in our guide to the best dry food storage containers. Marguerite Prestone wrote, “We think the Rubbermaid Premium Modular Canisters are the best dry storage containers for most people. The Rubbermaid modular canisters’ lids are sturdy and fit tightly, even after multiple runs through the dishwasher. They stack securely, fit neatly in kitchen cabinets, and are still wide enough to fit a full-size measuring cup. They come in four different sizes, including 5-cup, 10-cup, 16-cup, and 21-cup, the last of which easily fits a 5-pound bag of flour. All have the same rectangular shape and can be bought individually or as an affordable set.”
Street Price: $14 MSRP: $30 Deal Price: $11
Here’s a nice little drop in price on our top pick for adults for best lunch box. This deal is within a dollar of the best price we’ve seen. These sales tend to be fairly sporadic and short lived, so it’s unlikely that this sale will last for long. It’s only available in the color gray.
The Coleman 9-Can Soft Cooler is our top pick for adults in our guide to the best lunch boxes. Michael Sullivan wrote, “If you work remotely with no means of refrigeration, we recommend the affordably priced Coleman 9-Can Soft Cooler. This extra-large lunch box is perfect for packing a big lunch with plenty of room for ice packs, drinks, and snacks to get you through the workday. The Coleman’s removable hard-plastic liner offers better structure and makes cleaning a cinch in comparison with the other large insulated bags we tested. We’re confident that its well-sewn, thoughtful construction will give you years of use.”
Street Price: $32 MSRP: $40 Deal Price: $14
Update : This is backordered for 2-5 weeks, but can still be ordered at this price.
Here’s a nice big drop in price on our close runner-up cast iron skillet. While we’ve seen the street price on this skillet go up over the past year, this deal drops it down to a new low. This deal probably won’t last long, so act quickly if you want to take advantage of this deal.
The Victoria 12-inch is our runner-up pick in our guide to the best cast iron skillets. Lesley Stockton wrote, “If the Lodge sells out, we think the Victoria 12-inch cast-iron skillet is an excellent runner-up. The large pour spouts allowed us to drain off grease with zero drips. The sloped sides allow you to stretch the limits of its generous 10¼-inch cooking surface area (the Lodge’s measures 10 inches). In our tests, seared steaks and fried eggs were on a par with our top pick. It‘s not as nonstick straight out of the box as the Lodge, so cornbread crust stuck to its bottom. We also had some issues with the long handle, which throws off the weight distribution and makes the skillet seem heavier (even though it weighs less than our top pick).”
Street Price: $500 MSRP: $500 Deal Price: $425
An IKEA Family deal on the Kivik, our budget sofa. Starting at $425 for IKEA Family members only (free to join) , this is 15% savings off the street price. Different covers will change the starting price, but the 15% off promo applies to all of them. Shipping and delivery are extra and vary from zip code to zip code, though if you have an IKEA nearby, a vehicle that will hold the Kivik, and some able helpers you may be able to pick up in store and save some money.
The IKEA Kivik is our budget pick in our Best Online Sofa guide. Abigail Stone writes, “If you’re in a hurry to purchase a couch and money is the biggest factor in making your decision, we think your best bet is to head to IKEA (you can also order IKEA’s sofas on its website). Though we love IKEA’s simple Scandinavian styling, its couches are neither well-constructed nor particularly comfortable. However, their affordability, their availability, and the company’s yearlong return policy for unused merchandise makes IKEA’s offerings our budget pick.”
Street Price: $150 MSRP: $250 Deal Price: $133
Here’s a nice little drop on our top pick for best mini fridge. We haven’t seen many sales on this mini fridge, and this deal comes within $5 of the previous lowest price we’ve seen. The price on this mini fridge has been dropping a few dollars every few days, so there’s a chance that it may drop a bit lower, but you’ll probably only end up saving a few dollars if the deal comes through. Since these deals have been short-lived in the past, you may end up missing the deal if you’re waiting to see it drop.
The Danby Designer DCR044A2 is our top pick in our guide to the best mini fridge. Tyler Wells Lynch wrote, “We like the Danby Designer DCR044A2 more than other mini fridges, mostly because it has better shelves and a smarter layout, including individual can holsters and a full-width freezer. That means you can store more food and drink more comfortably. Temperature performance is safe and as satisfactory as you’ll find in a mini fridge at this price. It takes up a similar amount of floor space as other models, and it’s relatively short for its size.”
Street Price: $60 MSRP: $115 Deal Price: $45
This is a great deal and the best price we’ve seen on our top pick for best dutch oven. This dutch oven has spent most of this year at $60, with occasional bumps up to $70, and only a few brief dips down to the sub-$50 mark. It’s currently available in purple and emerald green at the deal price of $45, but the green dutch oven is running low on stock.
The Lodge Color Enamel 6-Quart is our top pick for the best dutch oven. Kevin Purdy and Ray Aguilera wrote, “The Lodge Color Enamel Dutch Oven is our top pick, because it cooks stews just as well as other Dutch ovens selling for four times the price. The Lodge’s shape works well for most cooking tasks, and the light interior makes it easy to determine browning. It produced one of the best stews, with well-browned meat and a flavorful, concentrated liquid. The enameled interior is easy to clean, and the oven has ample handles that make a big difference when cooking large recipes that may make the oven heavy to carry.
Street Price: $44 MSRP: $50 Deal Price: $38
A solid deal on our new top iron pick. Clip the 15% coupon on-page to get the $38 deal price, which is the lowest price this year. While we’ve seen lower pricing in the fall of last year, the M400 has remained consistently above $40 in 2017. Shipping is free.
The Maytag M400 is our top pick in our Best Clothes Iron guide. Jackie Reeve writes, “The Maytag M400 has a simple design, a straightforward settings dial, and few extra features. But it begins producing steam on the highest “linen” setting faster than any other iron we tried—just 24 seconds. That means you can start your ironing faster than with any of our other picks. The Maytag M400 is lighter than other irons we tried, but we were still able to push out wrinkles with a strong, solid burst of steam, and we didn’t get hand cramps. We think that checks a lot of boxes for an iron that costs less than $50.”
Street Price: $776 MSRP: $1000 Deal Price: $700
Here’s a nice little drop on our top electric range pick. While we’ve seen this electric range fairly regularly at Home Depot’s “Special Buy” price of $775, this drop down to $700 is a new low. This is also the first decent sale we’ve seen on our top electric range pick. This sale is only available in the stainless steel model, and is available until June 7th. While there are a few rebates available, they require you to buy multiple appliances, with the minimum at two Samsung appliances over $1500. If you’re planning on buying two and it happens to line up, it’s a nice little rebate, but it’s not worth spending an unnecessary $800 over.
The Samsung NE59J7630SS is our top electric pick in our guide to the best electric and gas ranges. Tyler Wells Lynch wrote, “The Samsung NE59J7630SS is the best freestanding radiant electric range for most people because it has all of the important cooking and cleaning features, with relatively few bells and whistles that might cause reliability problems down the line. Its cooktop is more versatile than those of other ranges at this price range, and includes a stronger power burner, a warm zone as sensitive as any other range’s, and a unique three-element burner. The oven cavity is larger than most and has a true-convection cooking mode. This range is also one of the few models that offers two self-cleaning modes. This Samsung’s build is sturdy, its design looks sharp, and its control scheme is more intuitive than that of its closest competitors.”
Street Price: $500 MSRP: $650 Deal Price: $450
This is a nice little deal on our budget pick for best dishwasher. This deal matches the best price we saw last December, making for a great deal price. While there are certain mail-in rebates available, it generally requires buying multiple appliances. While it’s a nice little deal if you’re already planning on buying several appliances, it’s certainly not worth going out of the way to get extra appliances. This deal lasts until June 6th, and is only available in stainless steel.
The Maytag 24″ dishwasher is out budget pick in our best dishwasher guide, Liam McCabe writes, “If you’re on a tighter budget, or if you prefer a more traditional American-style dishwasher with a heated dry cycle and a food grinder, the Maytag MDB4949SDx is the way to go. It’s one of the few dishwashers at such a low price with a stainless steel tub, which helps the machine keep the volume down and dry dishes more efficiently than dishwashers with plastic tubs. It has some of the best user ratings of any dishwasher at any price, including positive notes about reliability. Compared with our main pick, this Maytag holds fewer dishes, uses more energy, runs louder, and takes longer to finish its cycles. But it’s an excellent choice for the money.”
Street Price: $222 MSRP: $320 Deal Price: $196
Here’s a nice deal and new low price on our budget pick gas grill. We haven’t seen many worthwhile deals on this gas grill in the past year, with the previous low only dropping down to $205. This deal beats that previous low by about $10, and is the first good sale we’ve seen this year. This sale ends today, so take advantage of it while you can.
The Dyna-Glo Smart Space Living 3-Burner LP Gas Grill is our budget pick in our guide to the best gas grills. Tim Heffernan wrote, “If you’re just looking for a cheap grill (say, for a DIY wedding or a beach vacation), we like the Dyna-Glo Smart Space Living 3-Burner LP Gas Grill. For a little over $200, you get a reasonably sturdy, reasonably easy-to-assemble grill that works surprisingly well—and a lot better than many competitors in its price range. It won’t last more than a year or two: Like all grills of its type, it’s made of thin steel that will quickly rust out. But if that short lifespan is all you need, the Dyna-Glo offers a good combination of performance and cost.”
Street Price: $40 MSRP: $70 Deal Price: $30
This deal matches the previous low price for this toothbrush. While we’ve seen $30 pricing for this item a number of times, it seems to be about as low as it gets. Make sure to clip the $10 off coupon on-page below the price to get the deal. Unlike some previous Series 2 deals, the discounted price is available for all colors. Shipping is free.
The Philips Sonicare 2 Series is our runner-up pick for the best electric toothbrush. Casey Johnston wrote, “The Philips Sonicare 2 Series is one of the least expensive Sonicare brushes at around $50. This brush is quieter than our recommended Oral-B model, with a more subtle motion (though the vibrations can feel slightly more uncomfortable when the back of the brush knocks against your other teeth). The 2 Series also has twice the battery life of the Oral-B, lasting two weeks of use on a single charge instead of one (in our tests it lasted for 16 days of use), so it might be a better choice for travelers.
Street Price: $65 MSRP: $100 Deal Price: $37
Update : We initially posted this at $41, and it’s since dropped to $37, making it an even better deal.
While this is about $2 shy of our previous low, it has been 9 months since the last sale we saw on these budget kettlebells. Ever since then, they’ve been sitting at a new street price of $65 with occasional bumps higher, but very few sales. The 18-lbs version is also on sale at a decent price, but dollar for pound, your best bet is the 35-lbs version.
The CAP Cast Iron Competition Kettlebell is our budget pick in our guide on the best kettlebell. Mark Bixby said, “It shares a shape with the high-end Dragon Door RKC bell, but has a cheaper coating and rougher finish. It’s good for two-handed moves, but will hurt your hands on one-handed work.”
Bixby continues, “The CAP bell has a powder-coated matte finish and a slightly gritty (though it’s evenly dispersed grit) handle to provide a good grip (though a bit on the coarser end of those we tested) and a flat bottom so it doesn’t rock when used for push-ups or rowing moves. CAP bells are also color-coated at the handle base for easy identification (if you have a collection of bells, differentiating similar sizes can be difficult). The CAP bell tested well on the basic two-handed moves, but its coarser handle was a dealbreaker for any one-handed advanced moves like kettlebell snatching or clean/jerks.”
Street Price: $65 MSRP: $100 Deal Price: $52
Historically, this blood pressure monitor has rarely ever gone on sale, but it now has seen 2 drops in the last few months. While we did seen it lower just over six months ago, it has only dropped below $60 once since – this $52 price matches that drop. This BP monitor now sits just $12 above our runner-up pick’s price while offering a much more robust feature set. The recent price drops may be attributable to the recent release of Omron Evolv, which you can read about in the What to Look Forward To section of our guide.
The Omron Series 10 with Bluetooth is our pick for the best blood pressure monitor for home use. Stacey Higginbotham said, Of all the models we tested, the Omron Series 10 was the most accurate, had the most comfortable cuff, and possessed the best combination of useful features—a Bluetooth connection to transmit data to your smartphone for easier health trend tracking, the ability to average three tests taken within a 10-minute window for improved accuracy, and irregular heartbeat detection. It features an easy-to use interface and was also the only monitor we tested with a backlit display.”
Street Price: $100 MSRP: $100 Deal Price: $60
Here’s a nice drop on our new budget pick for best fitness tracker, the Fitbit Flex 2. This is the first sale we’ve seen on the Fitbit Flex 2 since making it one of our picks and marks a $40 drop from the usual street price. Most of the sales we see on this Fitibit only drop the price $20 down to $80, so this is a great price to pick it up. Since the only other time we saw this Fitbit at $60 was last year during Black Friday sales, it’s unlikely that this deal will stick around for too long. The deal is currently available in black, lavender, magenta, and navy.
The Fitbit Flex 2 is our new budget pick in our guide to the best fitness trackers. Amy Roberts wrote, “If you just want a simple way to monitor and track your daily activity (including workouts), nightly sleep habits, and get reminders to be more active, the Flex 2 is a great choice—especially if all your friends are on Fitbit. Unlike other Fitbits, it’s water resistant to 50 meters so you can track swimming and shower with it. However, there’s no screen—just five status LEDs to track progress towards your daily step count goal. It also doesn’t track heart rate, but Fitbits in general continue to struggle with heart-rate accuracy, so we don’t see this as a major issue; it helps the Flex 2 maintain its slim profile and lower price. The Flex 2 syncs wirelessly to the Fitbit app on a smartphone or the Fitbit website on a computer to keep a record of your activity and link you to other Fitbit users—a real highlight, as research shows that friendly competition can be very motivating.”
Street Price: $250 MSRP: $250 Deal Price: $220
Here’s a nice little drop on our budget pick bidet, matching the lowest price we’ve seen before. While it’s not a huge drop, it’s the lowest we’ve seen it go so far. It’s currently pretty low in stock, but Amazon states that there are more on the way. This deal is exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
The Brondell Swash 300 is our budget pick in our guide to the best bidets. Shannon Palus wrote, “If you’re on a budget but still seeking a good washlet seat, go with the Brondell Swash 300 (we tested a version of this bidet with more features). It’s bare-bones (well, for a luxury item, anyway), but at less than $300 at this writing, it’s a good deal. With six options for water pressure, water temperature, and seat temperature, you’ll be able to adjust this bidet to your preferences. But those are the only options—it lacks other frills, and it takes a few seconds to warm the water. The Swash 300 does have a remote, an unusually nice feature for a bidet at this price. (We don’t think using the front-wash function is worthwhile, though).”
Street Price: $120 MSRP: $200 Deal Price: $90
Here’s a nice deal on one of our alternate picks for best cordless stick vacuum. We’ve only seen this vacuum on sale a few times, and this is the best price we’ve posted on our site. This deal is available in black, red, and white.
The Eufy HomeVac Duo is our versatile and affordable pick in our guide to the best cordless stick vacuum. Liam McCabe wrote, “Another affordable cordless vacuum we really like is the Eufy HomeVac Duo (formerly known as the Anker HomeVac Duo; it’s the same product from the same company and Eufy is just their new homewares label). It has two advantages over its competitors: a 24-minute battery life, which is a few minutes longer than that of most other budget models, and a pop-out hand vacuum, so you can use it for more than just cleaning floors. Like the Linx, the Eufy HomeVac Duo is a competent bare-floor cleaner and okay at tidying up short rugs, and it won’t need much maintenance. The downside is that it’s a newer model from a brand that’s new to vacuums, so we don’t know if it has any reliability or quality-control problems yet.”
Street Price: $130 MSRP: $150 Deal Price: $104
This is a nice drop in price on the Eufy HomeVac Lightweight, a vacuum we like from our cordless stick vacuum guide. It normally sticks close to its $130 street price with brief, rare sales, so this $26 drop down to $104 is a welcome sale. It also brings it within $7 of the Hoover Linx current sale price. As we mentioned before, previous sales tend to be pretty brief, lasting a day or two at most. It’s unlike that this deal will stick around for much longer.
The Eufy HomeVac Lightweight is a vacuum we like in our guide to the best cordless stick vacuums. Liam McCabe wrote, “The Eufy HomeVac Lightweight is a stronger vacuum with a longer battery life than the Hoover Linx, for a similar price, with a similar design. We considered making it one of our budget picks, and we may do so in the future. If you find it for a lower price than the Linx and like the way it looks, go for it. However, this Eufy is a new vacuum from a brand that’s new to the category, whereas the Linx has a long, positive track record, so we’re sticking with it for the time being.”
Street Price: $220 MSRP: $250 Deal Price: $169
This matches the best price we’ve seen on our upgrade step ladder pick. It’s been nearly 3 years since we’ve seen it at this price, with most deals $10 to $30 more expensive. These deals tend to be very brief, lasting for a day or so at most, so it’s unlikely that this deal will stick around for long. This deal also beats all the recent lightning deals in the past year, so it’s a great price to pick up this ladder.
The Little Giant Select Step Model 5-8 is our upgrade pick in our guide to the best ladders. Doug Mahoney wrote, “If you’re an advanced DIYer, we recommend the Little Giant Select Step Model 5-8. The legs of this ladder can telescope out, transforming it into a 5-, 6-, 7-, or 8-foot stepladder. Since you can set those adjustable legs to uneven lengths, the Little Giant can stand on a flight of stairs or flush against a wall, both of which are unsafe positions for a traditional stepladder. It also has a platform step and an excellent tool tray that converts into a handhold. It costs too much for use on simple around-the-house tasks, but if you’re doing a lot of work on a home, the versatility and value of this ladder’s features justify the cost.”