Top Pick: Buy 2 Get 1 Free Video Games Sale | Amazon
Amazon sells pretty much everything and often has the best prices around, including on gadgets, kitchen devices, video games, and quite a bit more. Problem is, with so many things on offer, how do you find the best deals? Just look here! Our Amazon deals of the day roundup will be updated every weekday with the latest and greatest bargains from across categories, curated by the staff of Kinja Deals. You never know what kind of amazing sale you’ll stumble upon here, so be sure to check back regularly.
It’s time to stock up on video games to play in the weeks and months ahead, because right now Amazon is holding a Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale on a selection of games. Hit this link to browse the listings and figure out which games you want the most; the lowest-price one is free, of course. Top picks include Hitman 3, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Little Nightmares II, but there’s plenty more on offer. There’s also books, movies, board games, and other products in the sale, too, so have a look through the whole thing.
Segway 18” Kids Bike | $212
Spring is taking root in many parts of the country, and along with shaking off the winter fog, there’s the long pandemic hangover on top of that. If your kids are itching to get out of the house for some safe, socially-distanced fun and exploration, then maybe a new bike will encourage their outdoor adventures. Ninebot is taking 24% off of its Segway kids’ bike with 18” wheels right now in both red and blue—a savings of nearly $68.
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Unless you’re super on top of things (congrats if so), most of us know well the feeling of needing batteries for something—flashlight, TV remote, handheld game, etc—and not having any left. Don’t settle for small, expensive packs at the nearest convenience store: buy a big 48-pack of Nanfu AA or AAA batteries from Amazon and you won’t run out anytime soon.
The AAA pack is just $12 when you use our exclusive promo code KINJANANFU at checkout, while the AA pack comes in at $13 when you use the same code. You can also get a 20-pack of AAAs or a 4-pack of 9V batteries for $8 apiece when using the code.
Tacklife Circular Saw | $64
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If your spring and summer plans include an array of home projects, be they repairs or remodeling jobs, then a quality circular saw could be very handy indeed. Tacklife’s circular saw has stellar reviews from customers and is only $64 right now when you pop in promo code QR6H76XC at checkout. It has 3,500RPM of cutting power and is ideal for wood, soft metals, plastic, and tile.
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Don’t let the price fool you: Mpow makes stellar audio products that routinely outshine their shockingly tiny asking price. If you’re looking for a solid pair of true wireless earbuds without breaking the bank, these Mpow MDots earbuds are just $19 right now at Amazon when you clip the coupon on the page. They have a 4.5-star rating from customers and provide about four hours per charge, with a few additional charges available via the included case.
Philips’ Hue brand leads the smart lighting space, and if you’re looking for a versatile way to bring some accent lighting into your home, this Hue Bluetooth Smart Lightstrip Plus Kit could do the trick. It’s 17% off the list price and comes with 2m/6ft of color-changing lighting that is flexible and can even be cut to match your size needs. Add onto it at just under $23 per 1m/3ft extension. Note that previous, non-Bluetooth Hue Lightstrips do not connect to these ones, so buy carefully.
Apple MacBook Air | $969-$1,179
In the market for a new ultra-light, premium laptop? Apple’s latest-gen MacBook Air is powered by its own new M1 processor, which provides ample speed and epic battery life. Gizmodo calls the new Air “extraordinary” thanks to the new chip. Right now, Amazon is knocking $30 off of the base model with 256GB storage, and as much as $70 off the 512GB model, depending on which color you choose.
Apple iPad Air | $559-$680
You can save up to $69 on a new Apple iPad Air right now. The 64GB base model is $40 off in all colors, while all colors of the 256GB version are $69 off the list price. All of ‘em have the latest and greatest A14 Bionic processor for speedy use, along with a crisp 10.9” screen, Apple Pencil support, and a Touch ID sensor for security.
Want the full convertible laptop experience? Add Apple’s Magic Keyboard attachment, which includes a full keyboard and trackpad, and folds to become a portable case for the iPad itself. It’s $100 off the list price right now, which still comes out to a steep $199… but it’s nice.
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit | $89-$94
Nintendo’s big holiday game was a Mario Kart like you’ve never experienced before. Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is an augmented reality affair in which you control a real RC car with your Switch console, creating real tracks around your home using the included set pieces and then racing with digital power-ups and weapons. It was tough to find for a while, but now you can snag the Luigi version of the set for $11 off, or the Mario version for $6 off.
Lenovo Chromebook Duet | $219
Lenovo’s Chromebook Duet is a different kind of Chrome OS-powered laptop, taking on the form of a tablet with an included, detachable keyboard. It’s modestly powered, but has been praised by reviewers for delivering a solid experience at a bargain price. Right now, the Chromebook Duet is $60 off the original list price at Amazon, and it’ll keep getting Chrome OS updates into 2029.
Take some of the stress of cleaning out of your daily life with the Roomba i6+ with Automatic Dirt Disposal. Currently $250 off the list price at Amazon, the Roomba i6+ dumps its dirt and dust into a bin that you’ll only need to empty every couple months or so, plus it has smart mapping functionality to map out your home and schedule cleanings. It also has voice control functionality via Google Assistant or Alexa.
Paramount+ | Free 30-Day Trial
Look, there’s a whole lot of streaming services these days, and I wouldn’t blame you for thinking that you don’t need another one atop that pile. But the newly-launched Paramount+, a rebranded and expanded version of the previous CBS All Access, might change your mind with recent fare like Star Trek Discovery and The Good Fight, or maybe deep cuts like The Real World, Beavis and Butthead, and Ren & Stimpy.
In any case, Amazon is currently offering a free 30-day trial, so give it a shot. It’ll renew at $6 per month after the trial period ends, so keep that in mind in case you want to cancel before any money changes hands.