Today in Deadspin Deals: save money on your electric bill and your allergist bill, and stop paying your cable bill altogether. We've also got a 25% off coupon for one item at Sports Authority that you can apply to that expensive and/or rarely discounted piece of fitness gear you've been eyeing.
We've finally got a straight $25 discount on the Nest Learning Thermostat that doesn't come in the form of store credit or require promo code gymnastics. Even if you don't care about beautiful, intuitive objects replacing your ancient HVAC controls, the Nest pays for itself in the long run by saving you big bucks on your electric bill.
Nest Learning Thermostat | $224
True HEPA air purifiers are the gold standard in eliminating allergens from your home, but they usually run $200 or more. If you've found yourself struggling with Spring allergies lately, you should jump on this deal.
- Fellowes AeraMax 100 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter ($80) | Amazon | Today Only
- Fellowes AeraMax 200 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter ($120) | Amazon | Today Only
I've been looking for an air purifier myself recently, and will probably be grabbing the new Honeywell HPA250B Bluetooth model that talks to your smartphone. You can check out Gizmodo's coverage here.
Today at AT&T's online store, you can get 25% off your entire order when you purchase three accessories, including wearables like the Samsung Gear line, the Pebble Smart Watch, and various Jawbone and Fitbit fitness trackers.
The FitBit One is the wearable I recommend if you aren't sure which one to go for.
If your cable company isn't the worst company in America, they're probably at least a nominee for the dubious honor.
The Roku 3 is an excellent media player. In fact it's a step up from my personal recommendation for most most people, the Roku 2, and a few theoretical steps above Gizmodo's choice, the new Roku Streaming Stick. Once you have an audio out port on your remote for your headphones, you can never go back.
refurb Mohu Leaf | $28
refurb Roku 3 | $70
If you're in the market for a tablet, you have a lot of discounted options to choose form today.
- Kindle Fire HD Tablet ($129) | Amazon
- Kindle Fire HDX Tablet ($199) | Amazon
- Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" Tablet ($339) | Amazon
- Apple iPad Air Wi-Fi ($50 off all models) | Best Buy
- Microsoft Surface with Black Touch Cover (32GB) ($280) | Best Buy
- Dell 8" Venue Pro Atom Windows 8.1 Tablet ($200) | eBay
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 16GB ($249) | Newegg | Promo code EMCPFWB92
Even old cars can learn new tricks with this Bluetooth OBDII scanner. Just plug it into your car's OBDII port, and pair it over Bluetooth to an Android app like Torque to get information on check engine lights, miles per gallon, and engine performance.
A home without a roll of duct tape available in every room is no home at all.
- OXA 8000mAh Solar External Battery Pack ($30) | Amazon
- ReVive Solar ReStore XL 4000mAh Ext Battery Pack w/USB Charging Port & High-Efficiency Solar Panel ($27) | Sears
- Master Electrician PS-304 3 Outlet Power Strip ($5) | Amazon | Lowest price ever
- Update International KP-09 High Carbon Stainless Steel Cooks Knife, 10-Inch ($11) | Amazon | Perfect review average
- Core Bamboo 1129 Corner-Grip Over-the-Sink Cutting Board ($22) | Amazon | Lowest price ever
- Stanley Classic One Hand Vacuum Mug, 20oz ($25) | Amazon | Excellent reviews
- Wilton Round Brownie Pop Mold ($6) | Amazon
- Coleman 52 Quart Xtreme Cooler ($28) | Sears
- Celestron 21035 70mm Travel Telescope ($58) | Amazon | Near lowest price ever
- Get 25% Off One Item at Sports Authority. Apllies in-cart. Typical exclusions apply.
- The Boy In The Striped Pajamas ($5) | Walmart
- Reservoir Dogs ($5) | Walmart
- RoboCop Unrated Director's Cut ($5) | Amazon
- Gravity ($13) | Amazon
- Milk ($5) | Amazon
- Mad Max Trilogy (Mad Max / The Road Warrior / Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome) ($25) | Amazon
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