Looking for the best deals this week? We found sales on items that will make your life better: a soundbar to perfect your home theater, an air fryer to prepare healthy meals, an adjustable car seat, and more.
Start here to shop the week’s worthwhile discounts.
GoWISE USA 3.7-Quart Programmable Air Fryer: $60.29 at Amazon (was $148)
With a 3.7-quart capacity and eight built-in preset programs, the meals and snacks you can make with the GoWISE Programmable Air Fryer are limitless. It’s easy to select cook functions and temperatures thanks to the vivid digital control panel. Also available at Bed Bath & Beyond.
HP 14t-dq200 Laptop: $419.99 at HP (was $579.99)
This HP laptop offers performance and features you’ll love along with a price that won’t strain your budget. It runs on the responsive 11th gen Intel Core i3 processor with the Windows 10 Home 64 operating system, so it’s made for streaming, working, and more. It also has a trim 14-inch build and gets exceptional battery life with each charge.
Toshiba 32-Inch Smart TV: $139.99 at Amazon (was $179.99)
From small spaces to spare bedrooms, sometimes all you need is a smaller TV. But you don’t have to forgo smart technology when you choose Toshiba’s 32-inch model that has built-in Fire TV streaming capabilities. It comes with a voice-controlled remote that works with Alexa. You can also purchase it at Best Buy.
Kopari Beauty CBD Deodorant: $10.80 at Ulta (was $18)
CBD is popping up in all kinds of products, including deodorant. Kopari combines soothing, full-spectrum CBD powder with sage and coconut oil to control odor naturally. There’s no aluminum or other harsh ingredients to worry about either in this cruelty-free, vegan formula.
Instant Pot Max: $119.99 at Amazon (was $140)
There’s not much the Instant Pot Max can’t do. Its multi-functional presets mean it can take the place of numerous other small appliances in the kitchen – it pressure cooks, warms, slow cooks, steams, and more, plus it can even be used for pressure canning.
LG 2.1-Channel 300-Watt Soundbar System with Subwoofer: $129.99 at Best Buy (was $279.99)
When it comes to creating a home entertainment system that rivals the cinemas, amazing sound is arguably as important as a TV with great image quality. If your TV could use an audio boost, check out LG’s 300-watt soundbar with a wireless subwoofer that work together to deliver next-level sound with deep bass. Remote control included.
The North Face Men’s Graphic Collection Full-Zip Hooded Jacket: $58.47 at Backcountry (was $89.95)
There will still be chilly days as winter turns to spring, but this fleece jacket will keep you warm. It’s made of a comfortable cotton-blend material that locks out the cold and has an attached hood that’s great when you need a little extra protection in breezy weather.
LG 24-Inch Black Stainless Steel Built-In Dishwasher: $648 at Home Depot (was $799)
The sale price isn’t the only thing to love about this LG dishwasher. The roomy capacity can fit up to 15 place settings per wash, and the cleaning power of the brand’s QuadWash and Dual-Zone technology is sure to impress.
Graco Extend2Fit 3-in-1 Car Seat: $175.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond (was $219.99)
From the day you bring your baby home through the toddler years, the Extend2Fit car seat will be the only one you need. It fits infants as small as four pounds in the rear-facing position, toddlers up 100 pounds when converted to a high-back booster, and every age and size in between. Also available at Kohl’s.
Echo Show 5: $64.99 at Amazon (was $89.99)
An Echo device with a smart display offers numerous ways to be entertained. Watching movies, making video calls, listening to music, and more – it’s all possible with this Echo’s five-inch screen and smart functions that can be controlled with Alexa. It’s also available at Best Buy.
Nike Women’s Yoga Lux Tank Top: $13.97 at Dick’s Sporting Goods (was $45)
The right clothing will make your yoga workouts more comfortable and effective. We love how this tank top flexes with your movements while the Dri-FIT material controls moisture.
2017 Provenance Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon: $39 at Wine Access (was $65)
You can count on Provenance Vineyards’ 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon only getting better with time, as it can be saved until 2035. However, the full-bodied flavor, fruity notes, and dry finish may tempt you to indulge now.