America is celebrating yet another birthday, which means one thing: a massive onslaught of big discounts on home goods, electronics, and lots more. Between hanging out with friends and family, lighting cool fireworks, housing piles of grilled meat, and reflecting on the country’s history, don’t forget to score these deals that are only available for a limited time. Here’s a selection of the best July 4th deals available for the long weekend.
Best Television Deals
The latest Alexa-ready Toshiba TVs are no joke when it comes to picture quality. Whether you’re streaming Netflix or watching the big game, everything will come in crisp, clear, and in full 4K. A wider color gamut compared to lesser 4K televisions means whatever you watch will feel practically life-like, with some seriously unmatched brightness and vibrancy. There’s even a low-latency mode to bump up the refresh rate making it perfect for next-gen gaming. Best of all, its voice-controlled backend turns Amazon Alexa into your personal streaming concierge. The television is available in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch sizes, and they’re all on sale for the holiday weekend.
Insignia 50-inch Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV, $239 (Originally $399)
Amazon Fire TV 65-Inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV, $499 (Originally $829)
Hisense 65-Inch Class A6 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV, $429 (Originally $799)
Amazon Fire TV 50-Inch 4-Series 4K UHD Smart TV, $259 (Originally $469)
AORUS FV43U 43-Inch 144Hz 2160p HBR3, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, $699 (Originally $1,099)
Insignia 32-inch Class F20 Series Smart HD 720p Fire TV, $99 (Originally $179)
Best Computer Deals
Razer Huntsman Mini 60% Gaming Keyboard, $64 (Originally $119)
HP OMEN 27-Inch QHD Curved Monitor, $429 (Originally $529)
Razer Kraken Ultimate RGB USB Gaming Headset, $64 (Originally $129)
GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming OC 10G (REV2.0) Graphics Card, $769 (Originally $999)
Best Kitchen Deals
Vitamix blenders are so powerful, that there’s practically nothing they won’t completely pulverize. Whole fruits and vegetables don’t just blend, they liquefy after taking a quick spin in these powerful blenders. But that’s just the beginning of the culinary possibilities here. The Ascent Series can knead pizza dough, grind grains into flour, and turn even chunky ice into powder snow. It’s pricey, but it may also be the last blender you’ll ever buy, and you can save almost $100 on it this weekend.
Ninja 6.5-Quart Programmable Electric Pressure Cooker, $149 (Originally $279)
Cuisinart Maker Waffle-Iron, Double, Stainless Steel, $101 (Originally $119)
GE Profile Automatic Espresso Machine + Milk Frother, $629 (Originally $729)
Wusthof 8526 Epicure Block Set, 6-Piece, Black, $213 (Originally $418)
Bella Pro Series - 8-qt. Digital Air Fryer with Dual Baskets, $49 (Originally $149)
Aria 30 Qt. Touchscreen Toaster Oven with Recipe Book, Brushed Stainless Steel $107 (Originally $199)
Best Gaming Deals
"Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda," $39 (Originally $59)
Gaming in the past just hit different. Before Nintendo conquered the world with the NES, its bread and butter was simple LCD games called “Game and Watch.” “Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda” contains a very simple version of the classic Vermin, as well as three classic Zelda titles including Link’s "Awakening, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link," and the original that started it all. It’s not just a handy, sleek little portable system, it’s a piece of gaming history. It may be an unreasonable splurge at $59, but it’s an absolute steal at $39.
Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 2TB External Hard Drive Portable HDD, $79 (Originally $109)
Far Cry 6 PlayStation 4, With Free PS5 Upgrade, $14 (Originally $59)
Neogeo Arcade Stick Pro, $101 (Originally $129)
Forza Horizon 5: Standard Edition – Xbox Series X, $29 (Originally $59)
World of Final Fantasy: Maxima, Square Enix, Xbox One, $9 (Originally $29)
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