Happy Wednesday, Deal Fans. It looks like the 4th of July sales have already started, with Lowe's hosting a Pre-Fourth of July Sale. Lowe's is also unveiling a deal every day until July 1st starting today. Today's deal is an Porter-Cable 3-Amp Oscillating Tool Kit. Our Deal Hunters have been busy searching the world wide web for prices as good, or better, than last Black Friday. They have also been keeping a keen eye out for other
4th of July deals and sales. Whenever they think a deal is good, they put it on our Hot Deals Page. We keep that list up to date, and any new deals we find go up there as soon as we find them. Of course, the best way to make sure you catch all the 4th of July Sales, as well as all the Black Friday news, Cyber Monday deals, ads, and giveaways, is to subscribe to our newsletter.
Below, our Deal Hunters have identified a couple of deals they think deserve some serious consideration. These "Better than Black Friday" deals come with links to customer reviews, so you can assess the quality of the deal, and with links to previous Black Friday prices, so you can make an informed, savvy shopping decisions.
Last Black Friday the lowest price we could find for Watch Dogs and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was $29.99 at Best Buy and GameStop and both games beat Amazon's previous historic low. The next lowest price today for Watch Dogs is $14.50 at Amazon with 3.9/5 stars and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is $18.45 at Rakuten. IGN's review gives Watch Dogs an 8.4 "Great" review and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare gets a 7.8 "Good" rating.
The Navy Exchange offered the Roomba 650 for $20.00 more than todays deal last Black Friday and if you factor in the $50.00 gift card and the Aerovac Replenishment Kit today's deal is $110.00 better than Black Friday. The next best price we can find today is $379.99 at Amazon and receives 4.5/5 stars based on 1,125 customer reviews. Av8n has some information on what the Roomba can and cannot do. You can find a review and comparison of the 500 and 600 series Roomba at geek.com that might be helpful. And then if you really want to have some "fun", Instructables and Tested have all kinds of hacks and projects to turn your new Roomba into a fighting robot or to print messages on the floor in chalk. Shipping is free and you can use coupon code SUMMERSAVE20 to take 20% off! Babies on Roombas!!!
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