Good deals means finding the best tech deals on the internet or in any store without really spending that much and tear a hole in your wallet. Samsung seems to be having a field day with the success of its new Galaxy S8 launching in spite of its Note 7 fire-in-the-phone debacle. But if you’re not in the mood (or the wallet) to spend around $700 to $900 on a phone or any tech product for that matter, here’s a roundup of this week’s great tech deals that’s just right on the budget.
Amazon is giving its prime members up to $50 discount on nearly its entire e-reader line. They will be offering discounts on Kindle ($30), Paperwhite ($30), Voyage ($50 – this one almost never goes on any sale), Kindle for Kids Bundle ($30), Paperwhite Essential Bundle ($50), and even $75 off on the Voyage Essential Bundle. This is even better than Amazon’s Black Friday Kindle sales and so is considered this week’s top tech deal, that is, if you’re in the market for an e-reader.
B&H has a really awesome deal on GoPro’s Hero Session Bundle. The session itself that regularly costs $199 is now at only $179. You get the camera, the handler, and the Wi-Fi remote 1.0.
Here’s another great deal from Sennheiser and this one is exclusive for their headphones. The Audeze Sine On-Ear Headphones with Cipher 24-bit High-Resolution Lightning Cable is now at $379, down from its original $449. That’s a $70 savings.
Samsung also offers an option for those who prefer wireless. The Samsung Gear Icon X Wireless Earbuds is good at $40 off, down to $109.99 from its original $149.99 price.
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If you’re looking in the market for a streaming player, then you’re in luck. Roku just dropped the price on its Premier+ Streaming Media Player. It’s down to $79.99 from its original $99.99. That’s a savings of $20. But this is limited only at Roku’s official website, Amazon, B&H, Walmart, and Best Buy.
Although there is no discount offered, and no deals offered either, but if you’ve been searching in vain for Nintendo’s other console, the 3DS, then it’s back in stock only at GameStop, Best Buy, and Target. But this time they brought it out in purple galaxy print color, which makes it look really on brand.
No deadlines have been announced on any of the deals so far but it would be wise first to check on the product’s official website or any of the store’s website before going out to make that tech deal purchase.