Daily Deals: Free Nintendo Online, $90 3TB WD External Storage, $200 Galaxy S8, and More

The Nintendo Switch Online Logo, WD 3TB External Storage Device, and the Samsung Galaxy S8
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It’s Friday, and the weekend is just a day away. If your last few weekends have been filled with daydreams of external storage devices and Nintendo Online, then you should take a second to comb through these deals.

In case you’re unaware, March 31st is World Backup Day, an (un)official global holiday. This historic holiday is dedicated to those who routinely back up their files on external drives and cloud storages devices. It just so happens that we have a couple of great deals on at-home cloud storage devices, like the $90 3TB WD My Cloud Home and the $510 8TB Synology DiskStation.

If you aren’t interested in backing up your files at a discount, that’s fine. We’ve got some other killer deals that should tickle your fancy. Right now, Twitch Prime and Amazon Prime members can get 12 months of Nintendo Online for free, which is pretty ridiculous. If you’re in the market for smartphones and smart accessories, you should check out the $200 Galaxy S8, or the $200 Apple Watch Series 3.

Laptops, External Storage, and Computer Accessories

Need a new laptop? Some external storage? A new keyboard? We’ve got the deals for you.

  • HP Touch-Screen Laptop, $400 ($130 off) [Best Buy]
  • Huawei Matebook D Laptop, $530 ($100 off) [Microsoft]
  • Lenovo Legion Gaming Laptop, $1460 ($85 off with coupon EXTRA5) [Lenovo]
  • Dell Alienware Notebook, $1099 ($450 off) [B&H]
  • Up to 64% off Logitech Keyboards and Mice [Amazon]
  • Synology DiskStation 8TB External Storage Device, $510 ($40 off) [B&H]
  • WD My Cloud Home 3TB External HDD Refurbished, $90 ($69 off with coupon code STARTSPRINGWD) [WD]
  • CrazyTalk Animator 3 Pro, $60 ($120 off with coupon code DN25) [StackSocial]
  • NETGEAR R6700 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, $89 ($41 off) [Amazon]
  • Samsung 1TB SSD, $133 ($35 off with coupon code EMCXTWVE2) [Newegg]

Phones, Headphones, and Smartwatches

Grab a new phone, some AirPods, and an Apple Watch at a discount.

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked Refurbished, $200 ($200 off) [eBay] (Editor’s Note: Make sure to read the fine print on this one)
  • Moto X 4th Gen Unlocked, $130 ($80 off) [Amazon]
  • Google Pixel 1 32GB Unlocked, $105 ($495 off) [Walmart]
  • Apple Watch Series 3, $200 ($100 off) [eBay]
  • Apple AirPods With Charging Case, $136 ($114 off) [Massgenie]
  • Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones, $260 ($90 off) [Massgenie]
  • JBL Everest 310 Bluetooth Headphones Refurbished, $48 ($152 off) [JBL]

Video Games

Grab your free Nintendo Online subscription, or buy a discounted copy of a popular game.

  • Nintendo Online 12 Months Free w/ Twitch Prime/Amazon Prime Membership [Twitch]
  • $60 Nintendo eShop Gift Card, $55 ($5 off) [Newegg]
  • Valkyria Chronicles 4 Nintendo/PS4/Xbox One, $35 ($65 off) [Amazon]
  • Dead or Alive 6 PS4/Xbox One, $50 ($10 off) [Best Buy]
  • Metal Gear Solid V PS4, $12 ($8 off) [PlayStation Store]
  • Psychonauts PlayStation, $2 ($8 off) [PlayStation Store]
  • Risk of Rain 2 PC BOGO, $20 ($20 off) [Steam]
  • TCL 32″ 720p LED HD Roku Smart TV, $125 ($42 off) [Walmart]

Everything Else

Need a smart light switch or a Dyson fan? We’ve got the deals for you.

  • Pelican Rechargeable Flashlight, $40 ($35 off) [B&H]
  • Bestek 350W Smoothie Blender, $16 ($24 off with coupon code FORPRO60) [Bestek]
  • imuto Echo Dot Battery, $38 ($24 off with coupon code STPR5HUG) [Amazon]
  • LIFX Mini White Wi-Fi Smart Bulb, $3 ($20 off with coupon code SMART10) [Amazon]
  • TP-Link Kasa Smart Light Switch, $30 ($10 off) [Amazon]
  • InnoGear 150ml Aromatherapy Diffuser w/ 6 Essential Oils, $17 ($10 off) [Walmart]
  • Dyson Pure Cool Fan Refurbished, $160 ($139 off with coupon code DYSN40) [Rakuten]

Good deals don’t last forever. If any of these deals catch your eye, be sure to jump on them before it’s too late.

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