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Today’s price is actually about $9 more than it was on Cyber Monday, but hey, that’s what you get for procrastinating. Even if this isn’t your thing, it’s a great gift idea for the reader in your life. Just click the “This Is a Gift” button, and you can choose the date that it will be delivered.
Prefer dead trees? You can still save $5 on any $15 Amazon physical book purchase as well.
Aukey USB wall charger, $7 with code AUK2PORT
You know the little charging brick that came with your phone? Throw it out, and spend $7 on this replacement from Aukey (with code AUK2PORT). It’s basically the same size as Apple’s standard iPhone charger, but it includes two ports, folding prongs, and 2.4A of current (shared between the ports) to charge your devices faster.
Sometimes, it just works out that one Amazon sale can knock off your entire checklist. Today only, MSR, Therm-A-Rest, and Platypus camping gear are on sale, including a pair of snowshoes if that’s something you’ve been needing. Everything you need for a good camping trip except something to actually put these things in is marked down (oh, and maybe a sleeping bag would be a good idea).
540 Poop Bags, $9 with code MIUBAG28
Don’t be that person who doesn’t clean up after your dog. When you can get 540 poop bags and two dispensers for $9, there’s no excuse.
For friends and family members that aren’t regularly backing up their files, there’s no better gift than an external hard drive, especially when 3TB will only set you back $95, no extra power cord required.
Fizzics Waytap, $100
As seen on Shark Tank, the Fizzics Waytap beer dispenser takes any standard can or bottle of beer, agitates it with sound waves, and dispenses it with just the right amount of “micro-foam” to simulate beer straight from the tap. There are no gasses or chemicals at work here; just sound waves powered by AA batteries.
It sounds too good to be true, but the older, larger model has a solid 4 star review average, so there’s definitely something there. The new Waytap model normally retails for $130, but Amazon’s marked it down to $100, while supplies last. It’s already one-two months back-ordered, so order up.
For the rest of Friday’s best deals, don’t forget to head over to Kinja Deals!