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You’ll find a selection of the day’s best deals below, but for more, be sure to visit Kinja Deals.

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$10 credit with new Amazon Music Unlimited membership

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At $8 per month for Prime members (it’s still $10 for non-members), Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot with a limited-time $10 credit when you sign up for a new account.

You’ll still get your one month free trial when you start the service, but the first $10 you spend on the service will be automatically refunded thereafter. That means you’ll get at least two full months for free, plus a little more if you’re a Prime member. Just note that this promotion is only available to new subscribers who have never signed up for a trial before. If you’re eligible, you should see the promotion mentioned after you sign in through this link.


Monty Python’s Life Of Brian, $6

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Blessed are the cheesemakers, but you don’t need much cheddar to buy Monty Python’s Life Of Brian on Blu-ray.


Nerf Rival Atlas XVI-1200 Blaster, $20
Also available in red

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Your coworkers and family members will cower in fear during your next Nerf gun fight when you pick up the Rival Atlas XVI-1200 Blaster for $20, an all-time low by about $8. Rather than darts, this blaster shoots two “high impact” yellow balls at once at up to 80 feet per second. Good luck dodging that.


TOTMC Legend Of Zelda Ocarina, $14

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It can’t teleport you around the world or summon a horse, but this ceramic Ocarina really can make music, and it even comes with a textbook to help you learn the notes and a neck strap for portability.


Logitech K780, $60

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Logitech’s K780 keyboard can connect to essentially any modern computing device over either Bluetooth or with a USB wireless dongle, including smartphones, tablets, home theater PCs, game consoles, and smart TVs as well.

The same could be said for a lot of wireless keyboards though, so what’s so great about this one? The K780 can stay paired to three devices at once, and switch between them at the touch of a button, so you won’t have to go through a cumbersome pairing process every time you want to switch from controlling your smart TV to your Xbox One. It’ll also run for up to two years on a pair of included AAA batteries, and even has a stand built right in for phones and tablets.

$60’s the best price Amazon’s ever listed on this model, so you never need to type in your Netflix password with a joystick ever again.

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Remington Shortcut Pro haircut kit, $46 after $10 in-cart discount

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If you’re enough of a daredevil to give yourself a haircut, Remington’s Shortcut Pro makes the process as simple as possible.

For $46 (after a $10 off $50 promotion Amazon’s running), the Shortcut Pro can run for 40 minutes on its built-in lithium-ion battery, and includes nine different length combs to customize your look. And unlike most electric trimmers, it’s shaped like a puck, rather than a wand, which makes it much easier to maneuver around the back of your own head. Just note that you won’t see the $10 discount until checkout.


For the rest of today’s best deals, be sure to head over to Kinja Deals.

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