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Rakuten is offering 15 percent off all orders, up to a $60 discount

Rakuten is known to run some killer deals from time to time, and the site is at it again. You can currently get 15 percent off any purchase, up to a maximum discount of $60.

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The Google Home Max drops to £200 (50% off) in the UK

When Google unveiled the Home Max back in 2017, I was thrilled about its high-quality audio, 4.5" woofers, and Smart Sound features. However, its $400 price tag made me rethink my decision, and I ended up buying a premium cast-enabled Sony speaker together with a Home Mini for less than $300. Since then, the Home Max has been marked down to $350, which still didn't make it affordable — at least to my eyes. If you live in Great Britain, though, you can get the device for half its original price thanks to a rebate on the Google Store, which is one the best deals we've seen so far on a Home Max — together with another one that brought it down to $262 .

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The Moto G7 goes on sale today, and it's $250 ($50 off) on Google Fi

It's the big day for Moto's new budget G-series phone. The Moto G7 is on sale today via all the usual retail channels including Best Buy, B&H, and Moto itself (yesterday). If you want to use the G7 on Google Fi, there's some good news. Google will sell you the phone for $50 less than the retail price.

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Sling is offering new subscribers 40% off their first three months of service

Internet TV services are already a cost-effective alternative to traditional cable, and Sling is making its offering even more so for new customers. For a limited time, new subscribers get a 40 percent discount on their first three months of service.

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Lenovo's excellent C330 Flip Chromebook is down to $220 ($80 off)

Google's Chrome OS can run on much more modest hardware than the average Windows-powered laptop, but the cheapest Chromebooks still have to cut corners when it comes to the display, keyboard, and connectivity. The Lenovo C330 Flip Chromebook avoids many of those cheap Chromebook pitfalls, which is why we gave it our "Most Wanted" award. Now, you can get this device for just $219.99 at Newegg, which is $80 off the already totally reasonable price.

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SanDisk one-day sale drops 400GB ($62) and 200GB ($29) microSD cards to all-time-low prices

Flash storage prices are usually on a downward trajectory, so if you don't need something immediately, it makes sense waiting for a better deal down the line. Sometimes though, we see prices that don't look like they'll come back soon, like in today's sale on SanDisk Ultra microSD cards — with 400GB available for $62 and 200GB for $29.

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Anker chargers, power banks, and headphones are discounted on Amazon

We've been looking at crazy high-end phones at MWC the past few days, but it's often the simpler accessories that keep our phones functional and pleasant to use day-in and day-out. And right now Amazon's got a number of Anker power, audio, and data products on sale to help out with just that.

For most of them, you will need to use a coupon code when checking out, so make sure to order quickly before they expire.

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Get a Moto Z3 Play with Power Pack Moto Mod for $350 ($150 off), Prime Exclusive version for $340

With many of its recent offerings, Motorola has had trouble striking a balance between value and price: the company is launching some good phones, but they're often too expensive to recommend. That makes them ripe for sales, though — and the Z3 Play is currently on sale for a substantial $150 off MSRP from a number of retailers.

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Google Play Movies & TV is offering some users 99¢ rentals on select films

Like movies? How about cheap stuff? You might want to check your Play Store rewards, then, because Google Play is offering some users 99-cent rentals of certain titles, including recent popular flicks like A Star Is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Crazy Rich Asians.

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The Nokia 7.1 gets its first US discount, down to $299 ($50 off) at multiple retailers

With the 7.1, Nokia took a successful stab at designing an affordable middle range device that offers a good compromise between premium features and a fair price tag. When the phone came out in October, it was selling for $350 and shipped with Oreo, before receiving its Pie update a month later. Its price has now dropped $50, making it one of the most interesting devices in its category.

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