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.

Last Updated: September 1, 2015
Removed an expired deal. The price of the Oster Versa blender dropped a few bucks.

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If you’re looking for deals on gadgets and technology, see our list over at The Wirecutter.

Nest 2.0

Street Price: $249 MSRP: $249 Deal Price: $199

Nest 2.0
This matches the lowest price we've seen on this - though there is a 3rd generation coming down the line.

This matches the best price we’ve seen on this smart thermostat, which it briefly hit around Black Friday last year. The price drop is almost certainly due to the 3rd generation being announced, however, the improvements seem to be a more refined look and easier to read screen but the same performance.

The Nest 2.0 is our pick for best smart thermostat. Jason Snell said, “The $250 second-generation Nest Learning Thermostat (introduced in 2012) is the leader of this category for a reason. Its learning mode automatically programs the thermostat based on your home and usage, its industrial design is the best, and it works with many other smart-home devices. The Nest offers the best combination of style and substance, its software and apps are solid and elegant, and it integrates with more smart devices than any of its competitors—for now.”

CNET gave it 5 stars and said, “Easy to install and easy on the eyes, the Nest Learning Thermostat learns your heating and cooling preferences over time, so you don’t have to program it. Wi-Fi networking and tasteful apps let you control and monitor your Nest from afar. Saves money … eventually.”

On Amazon, it has 4.3 stars based on 3,948 user reviews. permalink

KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixer

Street Price: $290 MSRP: $350 Deal Price: $235

KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Mixer
There's only one color option, but this is still a good deal on a great stand mixer.

You can grab this great stand mixer from Woot! right now for more than $50 off its street price. This isn’t the cheapest price we’ve seen on this model, but it’s not far off. Unfortunately, this deal is only available on the pear-colored model. Shipping is $5 and is included in the deal price above.

The KitchenAid Artisan is our pick for the best stand mixer. Lesley Stockton writes, “This stand mixer tackles nearly any recipe without knocking around on the counter, and it’s one of the quietest models in the KitchenAid line.”

Good Housekeeping is also a fan of this mixer. They said, “Not only did it expertly cream butter and sugar for cookies and whip up a genoise cake batter to perfection, it also effortlessly kneaded whole wheat bread dough without straining or walking around on the countertop. For the money, the KitchenAid Artisan can’t be beat in performance and versatility.”

On Amazon, the mixer has 4.7 stars based on 5,256 customer reviews. permalink

Oster Versa Blender

Street Price: $195 MSRP: $300 Deal Price: $175

Oster Versa Blender
A good price on our favorite blender.

This is the best price we’ve seen on this blender in months, and only about $5 more than the best price we’ve seen in 2015. There was a huge drop around Black Friday, but it didn’t last longer than a few hours.

The Oster Versa is our pick for best blender. Christine Cyr Clisset wrote, “We don’t think you can beat the value of the Oster Versa 1400-watt Professional Performance Blender with Short Jar ($200). It performs as well as blenders twice the price, making silky smoothies, purees, and blended cocktails. It has one of the best combinations of variable and preset speeds we’ve found, and its controls are more intuitive to use than those on other models we’ve tried. The Versa has a broader range of speeds, and the motor runs more quietly than equally priced blenders do. It comes with features usually only available in more expensive machines, like a tamper and overheating protection. And at 17½ inches tall to the top of the jar, it will fit under most cabinets, unlike many high-performance blenders.”

CNET gave it 3.5 stars and said, “Using this blender is a pain, but once you get it up and running, it can keep up with machines that are more than twice as expensive.”

On Amazon, this blender has 4.3 stars based on 356 user reviews. permalink

100 Light Green 5mm Wide Angle Conical LED Christmas Lights

Street Price: $40 MSRP: $40 Deal Price: $33

100 Light Green 5mm Wide Angle Conical LED Christmas Lights
Since there's no way to avoid the mandatory shipping charge, this sale makes these lights a solid deal.

One of the better prices we’ve seen on these LEDs. These do fluctuate in price a little but Christmas is expensive enough as is, might as well save on the decorations. Both the blue and the green models are on sale, with the blue being slightly more expensive. Free shipping on Christmas Designers requires a $175 order, so you’re stuck paying about $12 for UPS ground.

These were our pick for best outdoor Christmas lights. Doug Mahoney said, “These lights have all of the benefits of LEDs as well as a design that makes the bulb impervious to moisture for weeks in the snowy, sleety, rainy outdoors—and we confirmed that by leaving a lit set submerged in a bucket all day. We liked the warmth of the color, the bright output, and the manageable wires.” permalink

Whynter ICM-15LS Ice Cream Maker

Street Price: $260 MSRP: $320 Deal Price: $236

Whynter ICM-15LS Ice Cream Maker
A good summer price for our pick for ice cream maker.

Update : The price went down $2 since we posted this deal.

While this has been cheaper, even dropping down to $210, this is the best price we’ve seen since February. Once winter started warming up, the street price kept going higher and higher and for the past couple months, it sat around $260.

The Whynter ICM-15LS Ice Cream Maker is our pick for best ice cream maker. Lesley Stockton said, “The Whynter ICM-15LS not only made some of the smoothest ice cream in our testing, but it was also the quietest-running maker we tried and the easiest to scoop from and clean. And since it’s a self-refrigerating compressor machine, you won’t have to deal with freezing an insert bowl or futzing with messy ice and salt.”

On Amazon, it has 4.4 stars based on 89 user reviews. permalink

Benriner Wide-Body Large Slicer

Street Price: $40 MSRP: $88 Deal Price: $32

Benriner Wide-Body Large Slicer Mandoline
This isn't our main pick for best mandoline, but at this price it's $14 cheaper.

This is the lowest price we’ve seen on this item, and no sales have even come close for months.   This deal is available on the wide model only.

The Benriner Wide-Body Large Slicer is our pick for pros in our guide on the best mandoline. Lesley Stockton writes, “This mandoline aced all of our tests. It’s versatile, too; instead of preset thicknesses, you can adjust the platform with screws to fine tune your cut to the exact thickness desired.”

She added, “The reason we think this is more suited for experienced cooks is that it’s incredibly sharp, and the hand guard is a complete joke… It’s a rectangular piece of plastic with a couple of miniscule spikes and no ergonomics.”

On Amazon, the slicer has 4.3 stars based on 1,121 customer reviews. permalink

Oral-B Deep Sweep 1000 Electric Rechargeable Power Toothbrush

Street Price: $40 MSRP: $64 Deal Price: $32

Deep Sweep 1000 Electric Rechargeable Power Toothbrush
The best price we've seen, outside of mail-in rebate deals, on our favorite electric toothbrush.

The best price we’ve seen outside of a mail-in rebate, and a dollar lower than the last time we had a deal on it. This electric toothbrush is often in the $38-$42 range and rarely drops below that, so now’s a great time to pick it up. There’s also a great deal on the Pro 1000 model. This was our previous pick and is functionally identical to our main pick. Make sure you’re logged in and you’ll see a $5 off coupon, which drops the price to $29.

The Oral-B Deep Sweep 1000 Electric Rechargeable Power Toothbrush is our pick for best electric toothbrush. Casey Johnston said, “The Deep Sweep 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 2-minute timer (with a nice-to-have quadrant alert), and a wide selection of compatible and affordable brush heads. The Deep Sweep 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 Deep Sweep can.”

On Amazon, it has 4.3 stars based on 492 user reviews. permalink

Wolford Velvet De Luxe 66 Tights

Street Price: $46 MSRP: $46 Deal Price: $27

Wolford Velvet De Luxe 66 Tights
The best price we've seen on some great tights, but in limited colors and sizes.

A substantial discount on the best tights – although the $27 price is only on select sizes and colors, and unfortunately doesn’t include black. Another couple are available at the $40 price. Ground shipping is free.

The Wolford Velvet De Luxe 66 are our pick for best tights. Jamie Wiebe said, “The best tights are Wolford’s Velvet De Luxe 66. They’re certainly pricey at $45, but the quality justifies the expense, as these are the closest pair we could find to what a tight should be: super durable and long-lasting; well-fitting, even for our diverse group of testers; smooth and flattering; and available in a variety of sizes and basic colors to fit all shapes and skin shades (if you do happen to be on the hunt for a nude tight).”

On Zappos, they have 4.5 stars based on 10 reviews. permalink

Zeroll Original Set of 2 Ice Cream Scoops

Street Price: $40 MSRP: $40 Deal Price: $23

Zeroll Original Set of 2 Ice Cream Scoops
This sale essentially makes this a buy one get one free sale compared to the usual prices on this scoop.

This deal comes in at $19.75 + $3 shipping, for a total of $22.75 for 2 Zeroll ice cream scoops. Compared to the usual prices we see on this scoop, that essentially makes this a buy one, get one free deal.

The Zeroll 1020 Original Ice Cream Scoop is our pick for best ice cream scoop. Tim Barribeau and Lesley Stockton said, “There’s no better tool for digging into frozen treats than the Zeroll ice cream scoop. Its large, smooth handle was one of the easiest to hold in our testing, even compared to those with silicone grips. And thanks to a heat-conducting fluid inside the scoop that slightly warms the metal, it cuts into ice cream more efficiently than any of the competition. The Zeroll also makes more beautifully-formed and well-proportioned spheres of ice cream than any other scoop out there.”

They also said, “The Zeroll is the prefered scoop of many ice cream shops. All the experts we spoke to and the multiple servers at multiple ice cream parlors unanimously recommended the Zeroll. Its simple design has been virtually unchanged since it was introduced 75 years ago. Buy this scoop, and you probably won’t ever need to get another (or, at least, not for a long time!).”

On Amazon, it has 4.6 stars based on 383 user reviews. permalink

More about our deal process: When I’m looking for deals, I start with deal-gathering sites like and, curating all the dozens of deals that come in each week to filter out the gems, and eliminate the deals that really aren’t doing anyone any good. It’s more than just putting time into sorting through lists; it’s also about finding the items that were probably worth buying before they were ever on sale because a deal isn’t really a deal if the product still isn’t very good. I run the deals by the senior writers at The Sweethome and check user and editorial reviews before checking with and other price tracking tools to see if the price will likely drop or if it has been lower in the past. In the end, I’m left with just a few really good deals. Fewer than many other sites would have youbelieve.
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Originally published: September 1, 2015

  • Alexei S

    it seems the Delta deal is over… it shows at $159 on Amazon.

    • Matt Groener

      Look closely. I just bought it last night and the price is taken at checkout only.

  • mce

    The ‘less expensive but still great recommendation’ Snapware Total Solution glass food storage containers is on sale at Costco as of 9/5 for $23.99. This is $6 off the regular price and $21 off the Amazon price.

    • J.D. Levite

      So… I don’t see that. At least, not online. Did you see this in-store? If it was online could you provide a link?

      • mce

        It’s an in-store only deal. You can see the ad here: It’s buried in about the 18th row on the far left.

        • J.D. Levite

          Thanks! Always appreciate the deal-finding help!

        • idlewild

          Do I need a Costco membership to buy these in store?

          • J.D. Levite

            Yah, that’s generally how Costco works. In fact, some don’t let you in unless you have your membership card (although this isn’t really enforced from what I’ve seen.)

          • Actionable_Mango

            A loophole to the membership requirement is to buy Costco Gift Cards. You can make purchases with those without a membership.

          • J.D. Levite

            Nice tip!

  • sygyzy

    Out of stock at Best Buy. The nearest 10 stores to me all have “unavailable” stock.

  • mce

    The Cuisinart Food Processor has dropped to $162 (from $179):

    • J.D. Levite

      Someone’s making a bid for my job I see… Just kidding. You can’t have it. We’re writing this one up, too, but like I’m putting in the write-up, it’s not the lowest price it’s ever been. I just think because it’s been around so long, you can make a case that it’s a decent deal because it’s one of the best prices it has been recently. But if you’re patient, you’re probably better off waiting a couple months for the holidays because that’s when products like this drop more (down to $150 last Black Friday).

      • mce

        Nah, I have a job I like just fine! I use Ookong for to monitor stuff I want to get eventually, so it notifies me of price drops. I just like to be helpful so it only takes a minute to give you a heads up. Before I knew how to find stuff on my own, I benefited from people sharing these kind of deals, so I’m just paying it forward. Now you have to think of that terrible Helen Hunt/Haley Joel Osment movie.

        • J.D. Levite

          That poor kid. Could’ve been a star but someone told him Helen Hunt was a good actress.

          And no worries, I like the heads-up. I like that the readers get involved in the discussion and post about the deals they want to see. So keep it going, I say.

          How accurate is Ookong? You like it? I use a couple of different ones myself, but I particularly like Camelcamelcamel. Accurate, fast, separates third party vendors… very good. was good cause it tracked multiple retailers at once but they sold to eBay and are shutting down.

          • mce

            I like Ookong pretty well, but I have to adjust the notifications or else I get pinged like crazy every time something changes by an insignificant amount. I also use the InvisibleHand extension to let me know if it’s cheaper somewhere else. I’ll have to check out that Humpday one you recommended.

  • mce

    The best shower caddy is $22.49 ($7.50 savings) at Macy’s until 10/6:

    • J.D. Levite

      Unfortunately at Macy’s you can only get free shipping with orders $99 or more. Costs me $10 shipping. Amazon’s $30 caddy plus free shipping is cheaper.

      • mce

        Oh, well I was just planning to go to the Macy’s a few blocks from my house!

        • J.D. Levite

          Ah, yah, if you can get it in-store it’s a good deal.

  • idlewild

    Ryobi make crap drills. Check out Makita, Bosch, Festool and even Milwaukee FUEL. The only thing comparable to a Ryobi would be a DeWalt. Ugh.

    • McGillis

      I used to work for Ryobi/Ridgid/Milwaukee…The drill isn’t bad, but the batteries are awful. If you get longer than two years use out of them you’re lucky.

      In my opinion, a homeowner would be much better served with a 12v Milwaukee/DeWalt/Makita/Bosch product. Lighter weight, better batteries, can do 90% of the things your 18v drill does. M12 system from Milwaukee would be my reco.

  • idlewild

    The Ryobi drill is a POS.

  • Bill Stigler

    The Fiesta 10.5″ Dinner Plate is available at Amazon for $9.99 and eligible for free shipping at $35 total or Amazon Prime if you have it. But first you have to know the trick to getting this price. If you search for “Fiesta 10.5″ Dinner Plate”, you’ll land on the page offering the item from – an Amazon subsidiary – or some other 3rd party supplier for 11.99 + 5.99 shipping. But look down to the lower right under “More Buying Choices” and you’ll likely see Amazon itself at the top of the list. (I say “likely” because I don’t think this deal will last forever.) Click on the Amazon option to get the single item plate 9.99 plus free shipping or Prime. Go to your cart to up the count to, say, four and you’ll get free shipping for 39.96 total.

    I’m not sure this will work for all colors but it did for my choice of tangerine. Also, when I followed the link to Macy’s, it was also down to 9.99. (So I’m guessing here that Amazon and Macy’s are in a price war on this item till at least Dec 2nd.) However, I didn’t stick around long enough to see the shipping charges. And in my state, there would be a hefty sales tax as well if you attempt in-store pick-up so Amazon is the better deal by far.

  • Bill Stigler

    Yesterday at my local Costco, I noticed the Philips Norelco 1250X SensoTouch 3D Electric Razor is on sale at 109.99 + tax, which should bring it up to about $123. (In my state, sales tax is applied on the original retail price – $139, in this case.) This deal is good till Dec 1st. So for a few bucks more than Amazon, you might be able to get it locally with the great return policy that Costco is famous for, if that’s what you prefer.

  • sygyzy

    Can you guys give us a sneak peek of the new picks for the razor article? Don’t tell us to buy this razor now because it’s on sale, only for us to find out next week that you picked Model XYZ that performs better and is available for $30 less.

    • tony kaye

      Do you subscribe to our newsletter? We often do a variation of a ‘sneak peek’ at some guides in the coming week. Can’t guarantee that the razor will be included, but it’s definitely one way to have the edge just in case (excuse the pun, I couldn’t help myself!).

      Newsletter signup page:

    • J.D. Levite

      For the record, I always check with our writers and editors about our deals. I wouldn’t call it a “deal” at all if our new pick was cheaper because our new pick would be better than our old pick…

  • danar

    The review for the best sheets should be redone because I don’t think you can really review the best sheets without also looking into the Italian sheets.

    Instead, those Italian sheets and other bedding were excluded and not even evaulated because they were above an arbirtrary price and thus deemed too expensive.

    But, some of those Italian sheets cost just as much as the Miele Twist or the Vitamix, winners in other Sweethome categories.

    If we’re going to exclude the Italian sheets because they’re too expensive, then shouldn’t the Vitamix and the Twist have never been tested because they’re also too expensive?

    • Jacqui Cheng

      Hi there. The idea is to find the best product for the money spent. High-end or expensive items aren’t always ruled out entirely based on price, but they are often ruled out because what you get FOR that price isn’t enough. We usually find (as we did in the sheet review) that you can get something really great for an OK price without having to go crazy on the high end unless you really want to. That’s what tends to appeal to most people, which is why we angle our guides that way.

  • signup

    Re: the Oxo scale. Bed Bath and Beyond always has 20% off coupons for most of the product they carry, often resulting in prices better than available elsewhere. In this case the scale would only be $40. I use the coupons all the time, great easy way to save on a lot of stuff.

  • Marcel726

    Cree LED light bulbs have dropped in price along with the release of the 100w replacement. Not sure if it is a permanent drop or not. Might be worth a mention…

    • tony kaye

      In store? Or online?

  • Lee Stabler

    Checked today and that kettle is already back to $86.

    • tony kaye

      Thanks for the heads up!

  • Alexei S

    Just tried the SmartWool – the site tells me “Coupon code “LUV4MOM” is not valid.”

    • tony kaye

      Thanks for the note!

  • Marius Piedallu van Wyk

    Keep in mind it does not come with a tamper. (some say it is not needed) But if you have a larger container, you won’t be able to use that tamper with this smaller container.

  • Ibai

    The L.L. Bean coupon is not working for me.

    • tony kaye

      I believe it is expired. Sorry!

  • Kenneth Rodriguez

    I believe the sale for ThermoWorks Splash-Proof Super-Fast Brown Thermapen is over.

    • tony kaye

      I see it as $85 right now. So even cheaper than the $88 we have listed.

      • Kenneth Rodriguez

        When I try to add to cart I get a page that says “document.write(‘This item is no longer available.n’);”

        • tony kaye

          Got the same error. They may have ended it or sold out. Thanks for the note!

          • eaadams

            My thermapen broke. Fyi thwy have a servuce plan not on website: Return postage and $25 service fee FYI if out of warranty.

  • amy324

    I had trouble with using the GOLDEN code on the JC Penney web site. I had to place the order over the phone. That was no problem. Got the 50% off.

    • tony kaye

      Just tested and it worked on the website. Glad it worked over the phone for you too.

  • bearicks

    I was actually waiting for good price on a decent blender for a while now and when I saw the deal on the oster versa I was uber excited. Unfortunately, it seems to be 200 on amazon now and the official oster website says it sold out. doh.

  • eaadams

    That office depot tape measure deal is stupid. Can’t buy online for local pickup and is OOS online.

  • Joseph Kacvinsky

    The Braun Series 7 – 790cc is on sale at Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart for $149.97.

    • tony kaye

      Thanks for the note!

    • tony kaye

      Do you mean 760cc?

      • Joseph Kacvinsky

        Upon further research, apparently Braun themselves are offering a $*0 off deal through most participating sellers. Spanning across their shaver lineup (Series 7 = $40, Series 5 = $30, Series 3 390cc = $15, Series 3 = $10)
        The Series 7 models:
        797cc = $189.99 (Target)
        790cc = $149.97 (Amazon)
        760cc = $145.99 (Walmart)

        They seem to be split up in terms of seller availability so you won’t find all 3 in any one location. But they are all receiving the $40 off treatment.
        For less than $4 though, I’d go for the 790cc model.

  • Ronda

    Looking for deals on bakeware that ship to Canada. Found Ovenart muffin pan for $10 down from $17 on Amazon but doesn’t ship to Canada =(

  • Ellen Schmidt has the KitchenAid Artisan Empire Stand Mixer for $280 and free shipping.

  • Brian Kramp

    LL Bean comforters in stock again, for last day of the sale. Note that the King is in stock for the Permabaffle variety, which appears to be a (perhaps trivial) step up for $30 more. Been waiting all week for a King, so I don’t mind paying the extra.

  • Guest

    I found the GE Colorites at Menards on sale through 12/14 for $15

  • Drew

    I found the GE Colorite lights on sale at Menards for $15

    • tony kaye

      Not sure if Menards is a nationwide store? But thanks for the note.

  • ShawshankReception

    This 9″ Victorinox Bread Knife with an offset handle seems like a much better deal to me. No scraping your knuckles!

  • Stefano

    kitchenaid artisan mixer is available for $235 on (daily deal, will be gone tomorrow)

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  • Matt

    That Anova code doesn’t seem to be working.

    • Matt

      Spoke to Anova, ended on 3/31…. disappointing we got less than a day’s heads up.

  • Nick Welch

    That Ryobi combo is pretty good, but it doesn’t include a hammer drill or impact driver. You can find several combos that are $159 with a hammer drill, impact driver, two batteries, charger, and some sort of saw (circular, recip, or jigsaw). I think those are a little better deal. It’s nice to be able to drill through concrete, and an impact driver is so much better for driving screws.

    • Harry Sawyers

      Nick, totally right about the hammer drill and impact driver. Very useful tools.

      The difference here comes down to a few bucks–this is $129, which is the lowest price we’ve ever seen on it, and the $30 difference between this and the kits you’re referring to could make a big difference for a very price-sensitive shopper. Plus, by buying into the kit for so little and getting two batteries (which are the most expensive components) you then have some extra cash to shop around for any other battery-free tool bodies that better suit your needs.

      Now, in the spirit of shop talk, I would argue that the versatility of having a circular saw and a reciprocating saw actually opens the DIY toolkit up to more types of full projects than having a hammer drill or impact driver—there are a lot of unusual drilling and driving tasks the 18-volt drill can handle capably enough, but there’s no substitute for those two saws when it comes time to either make a clean cut in lumber or a rough hack through an old pipe.

  • Ed

    The pot’s price went up a couple bucks.

    Oh and you guys should respond to emails. Very unprofessional and I’m feeling inclined to not support you guys by clearing my cookies. Not cool.

    • tony kaye

      Thanks it’s removed.

    • tony kaye

      Hey Ed – can you email me directly? We get hundreds of emails a day and it’s hard to keep track sometimes. tonykaye [at] thewirecutter [dot] com. Thanks!

      • Ed

        Gotcha. I look forward to keeping updated and following this website extremely often.

  • dberz

    The Anova code doesn’t seem to work. Thoughts?

    • tony kaye

      It must have expired I’ll let our deals editor know. Sorry if it caused you any grief!

    • tony kaye

      New Anova deal!

  • InklingBooks

    It always feels good to look at a L. L. Bean catalog. It shows me how the 1%—or perhaps I should say 5%—live. $62 for moccasins is way beyond my thrift-store budget.

    • haydesigner

      I hear ya. I’d rather buy two $10 slippers instead.

    • tony kaye

      How much is a pair of insulated slippers that also double as spring/fall slip on shoes (that look great!) worth though? That’s the way I see it.

  • Trrogdor

    The Anova precision sous vide cooker is $50 off on their website with LUVDAD as a discount code.

    • tony kaye

      Thank you!

  • BWilliams

    Oster – Versa Performance 8-Cup Blender – Black/Red is on sale on Best Buy for $69.99. Might be for today only.

  • agunrunner

    shovels can be picked up everywhere for $10 on sale try big lots or ross sometimes sears normal price is under $20

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  • Graham L. Bliley

    7-21-15. UE MiniBoom. Amazon secondary deal of the day. $54.

    • tony kaye

      Yep it’s on our Wirecutter deals page!

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  • Francisco Noriega

    The deal is gone for the silver blender :(

    • tony kaye

      Thanks for the tip!

  • Wilbur

    The Kryptonite bike lock is Not Available at Buydig.

    • tony kaye

      Darn that was fast. Thank you!

  • Kerry

    Frigidaire is now $239, not $200.