The best July 4 sales available now

The best July 4 sales available now

Best movie about July 4: Independence Day, natch. Best game to play on July 4: Kubb (rhymes with “tube”), a ridiculously fun blend of cornhole and horseshoes. (You can make your own pretty easily with some inexpensive lumber, or just pick up a Kubb set like this one for around $40.)


Best place to shop on July 4: Don’t be silly; July 4 is for BBQs! But in the weeks leading up to to Independence Day, lots of stores have already rolled out their sales. Below I’ve rounded up those that I think are worth your attention — but check back often, as I’ll be updating this post as we get closer to the holiday. (Also check out our best tips for taking July 4th fireworks photos from your phone.)

One thing I can tell you now: There are lots of mattress deals. So if you’re looking to buy a new bed, check out this roundup of the best 4th of July mattress sales. In the meantime, 40% seems to be the magic number this year, as evidenced by the following:

  • Best Buy: Save up to 40% on appliances
  • Home Depot: Save up to 40% on appliances, grills, mowers, power tools and patio furniture
  • Lowe’s: Save up to 40% on appliances
  • REI: Save up to 40% on a variety of outdoor items

Now let’s take a look at some specific deals you won’t want to miss.

Ecobee4 smart thermostat: $199 (save $50)

Sensor sensibility

Ecobee’s smart thermostats continue to outflank Google’s Nests in one key way: They come with a room sensor (and let you add more as needed), meaning you can adjust temperature based on a specific area, not just wherever the thermostat is located. This isn’t the lowest price ever, but it’s still a solid savings. The deal runs through July 5.

Rylo 5.8K 360 Video Camera: $299 (save $201)

Theater in the round


What’s cooler: a snapshot of a firework exploding in front of you, or full 360-degree video of all the fireworks and all the reactions to seeing them? Oooh, ahhh, indeed. At $299, the compact Rylo dual-lens camera is selling for an all-time low price.

Save 20% on clear lenses at Lensabl

Keep your frames, replace your lenses

On paper, Lensabl is already a great way to save money on glasses: You keep the frames you already bought, paid for and like, but get brand new lenses to go in them. (You do have to ship your frames to the company and wait for them to come back, so you’ll likely need a spare pair.)Between July 1 and July 7, you can save 20% on all clear lenses when you apply promo code SEECLEAR…….Read more>>


Source:- cnet


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