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VAVA MOOV 20 true wireless earbuds, $60 with code ACZ43UVH
Inexpensive truly wireless headphones are finally starting to become a thing, and VAVA’s new MOOV 20s are $10 off today on Amazon with promo code ACZ43UVH. Unlike AirPods, they’ll only last about 3 hours on a charge, and they don’t come with a wireless recharging case, but hey, not having a wire around your neck is worth something.
Tile Slim, $24
Tile is the ultimate device for anyone who can’t stop losing her things, and a single Tile Slim is back down to its best price ever of $24.
If you aren’t familiar, you just slide this thing into your wallet, keep it in your car, stick it in your luggage…anything you frequently misplace, and the Tile app on your phone can ping them over Bluetooth and cause them to beep until you find what you’re looking for. And if your lost item is outside of your phone’s Bluetooth range, it’ll show up on a map automatically any time another Tile user comes into range.
Today’s $24 deal on the Tile Slim is $6 less than usual, and actually a dollar better than Black Friday if you missed out last year.
Ghost Paper Notebook, $20 with code KINJA999
Even (or perhaps, especially) in the age of laptops and tablets, many people prefer the tactile experience of jotting down notes with an actual pen and paper, and the most tactile experience of all comes from the Ghost Paper Notebook.
Rather than simply printing lines on the sheet to keep your letters straight, Ghost Paper’s lines are very slightly embossed, giving your pen an actual base from which to start each character. Shane tried one of these out last month and loved it, and you can get your own notebook for $5 off today with promo code KINJA999.
Eufy HomeVac Duo, $90 with code KINJADUO
Anker’s HomeVac Duo vacuum transforms from handheld to upright, has the impressive runtime you’d expect from the brand that makes your favorite battery packs, a washable HEPA filter, and a great warranty. That’s quite a package for $90, within $4 of the best price we’ve seen (back when it was branded as Anker, rather than Eufy, Anker’s home brand).
It’ll run for 24 minutes on a charge at full power, or an hour in eco mode, which should be sufficient for most average-sized homes. The standout feature though is definitely the detachable hand vac, which lets you clean furniture, shelves, and even your car with ease.
Tea bags are basically filled with sawdust, but you can give loose leaf a try with today’s Amazon Gold Box. For one day only, you can pick your favorite flavors from Vahdam for up to 40% off.
If you need help getting started, check out our guide to get up to speed on brewing methods and accessories.
Hoover SteamVac, $84
If you’ve never steam-cleaned a carpet, get ready for an eyeopening experience when you see just how much crap a person can track into a home. At $84, this discounted Hoover SteamVac is perfect for keeping your carpets actually clean as opposed to just looking clean.
Altoid mints are great, and Altoid tins are even better. Today on Amazon, you can get 12 tins of cinnamon mints for just $10. That’s a curiously strong deal.
Hanes’ Comfort Soft Waistband boxer briefs are our readers’ favorite men’s underwear, and you can get five pairs for $19 from Amazon right now. I bet you can find five pairs in your drawer right now that are past their prime.
Taxes are due in two weeks, but if you still haven’t gotten around to doing your taxes, you’ve got a big advantage over the early birds: Huge discounts on H&R Block tax filing software, courtesy of Amazon.
Those crossed out MSRPs you see? Those are the prices H&R Block actually charges, so we’re talking about serious savings here. If you need help deciding which tier to buy, H&R Block has a handy comparison chart here.
The best part? When you file through this software, you can opt to receive all or a portion of your refund in the form of an Amazon gift card, which will net you a 10% bonus. So a $1,000 refund could become $1,100 in your Amazon account, which would more than make up for the cost of the software.
This is the third big deal Amazon’s offered on H&R Block software this year, and I can only assume it’ll be the last. These prices are only available today, so procrastination time is officially over.