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Anker Soundcore Boost Bluetooth speaker drops to all-time low for Amazon one-day sale ($15 off)

Sure, Bluetooth speakers have gotten much cheaper over the last couple of years, and shoppers have more choices than ever when deciding which one to buy. However, you'll find significantly fewer options once you start adding on features like water-resistance, NFC pairing, and a built-in power bank. If you'd like your next speaker to have any, or all, of these features, you'll want to check out the Anker Soundcore Boost. Right now, you can pick one up as part of Amazon's latest Deal of the Day for an all-time low of $44.99, saving yourself $15 in the process.

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Snag a pair of refurbished Galaxy Buds from Best Buy today for just 60 bucks

The first-generation Galaxy Buds were released last year to great acclaim for their well-rounded sound quality, above-average battery life, and comfortable design. Even though they aren't the new kids on the block anymore, they're still a solid option that's hard to resist now that they're so cheap.

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Spotify offers new subscribers 3 months of Premium free, $10 for prior users

As with most businesses hurting from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the name of the game at this point is staying above water. That means making offers you'd otherwise not in normal times. For Spotify, that means bringing on new customers to Spotify Premium free for 3 months and bringing back lapsed subscribers at a discounted price.

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Save up to $34 on TP-Link Kasa indoor and outdoor cameras at Amazon

Are you stuck inside the house, wishing for any view of the outdoors beyond the tired tableaus of your home's windows? Or perhaps you need to keep an eye on your children while they attend school remotely as you work from home. Whatever your internet-connected camera needs may be, the latest deal on TP-Link's Kasa Spot Indoor Camera and Kasa Cam Outdoor can help you save up to $34 when compared to recent pricing data.

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DJI's 4K-capable Osmo Action Cam drops to a new all-time low of $229

When you think of action cameras, the first name that probably comes to mind is the ubiquitous GoPro. However, a worthy competitor emerged when the Osmo Action Cam from well-known drone manufacturer DJI launched last summer for $350. Right now, you can pick up one of these 4K-capable action cams for an all-time low of only $229 at Amazon — saving yourself $150 off the original MSRP in the process.

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Grab a Kasa Indoor Wi-Fi Camera for $45 ($35 off) at Best Buy

If you're looking to stock up on wireless home security cameras, you might want to grab a few from TP-Link's Kasa brand. Indoor, outdoor, and pan-and-tilt cameras are all on discount from some online retailers. But your best crack at getting available inventory as well as an extra discount is at Best Buy.

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Doom Eternal is 25% off on Stadia, starting at $45

Doom Eternal launched on Stadia in March — notably day and date with consoles and PC. We reviewed it and found that it not only performs admirably on Google's gaming platform, but it's also generally a ton of fun. If you've been waiting to jump in because you're averse to full-price Stadia games, now's your chance: it's currently $44.99 (that's $15 off).

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Get a refurbished Pixelbook Go for $520 ($129 off) from Best Buy

The Pixelbook Go is a very pleasant little laptop, but starting at $649, it's also pricey for a Chromebook. But right now at Best Buy (or Best Buy's eBay storefront, if you'd prefer), you can nab a refurbished model for significantly less — $520, which represents a savings of $129.

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Buy a Moto razr and get a second one free, because one of them will probably work

When it comes to flip phones with folding displays, the Galaxy Z Flip might be a snazzy little number, but some people still prefer the Moto razr. Sure, it has its shortfalls, but if you're all about the form factor above everything else, then you probably might want to grab two of them for the price of one while supplies last at Motorola.

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128GB Galaxy Tab S5e drops to new low of $400 ($80 off)

Samsung released the Galaxy Tab S5e last year, filling a niche that Samsung seemingly made for itself. Despite that, it's reviewed extremely well with users, and maintains the quality and build we all expect of Samsung by now. If you're in the market for a tablet, the company has made a major MSRP cut for the 128GB version.

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