Daily Deals: Philips Hue Kit w/ 2 Google Home Minis for $170, Echo Show for $100, Nova Mesh Wi-Fi for $100, and More

Echo Show, Philips Hue set with Google Home Minis, Nova Mesh Wi-Fi System
Amazon, Best Buy

Is your home starting to feel kind of slow? Inefficient? Dumb? Today’s a great day to upgrade your home with some heavily discounted smart home products.

Right now, there are some great smart home deals on Woot, Amazon, and Best Buy. Our favorite smart home deal (by far) is the Philips Hue set with two Google Home Minis for just $170. With this set, you can easily automate your lights, and kickstart your smart home adventure. Of course, if you’d prefer something with a screen, you could grab the 1st generation Echo Show for just $100. And if you want to upgrade your router to a whole-home system, you could buy the Tenda Nova mesh Wi-Fi kit for just $100.

Of course, smart home products aren’t the only thing on sale today. HP is running a huge deal on laptops and accessories, and Hard Cider Labs is selling a wireless charging mat (in lieu of the now-dead AirPower) for just $60.

Laptops, Routers, Storage, and Computer Accessories

Need a cheap laptop, mesh Wi-Fi system, or storage solution? We’ve got the deals.

  • Up to 50% off HP Laptops and Accessories [HP]
  • HP 15t Laptop, $500 ($760 off) [HP]
  • Dell XPS 13 Laptop, $1,400 ($300 off) [Microsoft]
  • Dell 23.8″ Monitor, $190 ($100 off) [Staples]
  • Apple USB-C to USB Adapter, $12 ($8 off) [Dailysteals]
  • QNAP 4-Bay Network Storage $950 ($50 off) [Amazon]
  • Samsung 500GB Portable SSD USB-C, $75 ($25 off with coupon code 50272) [Staples]
  • Samsung 256GB Micro SD Card, $40 ($15 off) [Amazon]
  • Tenda Nova Mesh Wi-Fi System, $89 ($110 off with coupon clip) [Amazon]
  • Linksys AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Router $70 ($60 off) [Sam’s Club]
  • Canon ImageClass All-in-One Laser Printer, $150 ($150 off) [Adorama]

Phones and Wireless Chargers

Grab a cheap new phone, or find a stand-in for Apple AirPower.

  • LG V30 64GB Phone Unlocked w/ 3-Month Service Plan, $189 ($100 off) [eBay]
  • iOttie Qi/Fast Charge Magnetic Car Charger, $40 ($40 off) [Amazon]
  • SliceCharge 2 Wireless Charging Mat, $60 ($20 off) [HardCiderLabs]

Video Games

Grab some great games at a discount, or buy the ubiquitous Garfield Kart for just $0.75.

  • Dragon Ball FighterZ Nintendo Switch, $30 ($20 off) [Target]
  • The World Ends With You Nintendo Switch, $35 ($12 off) [Walmart]
  • Save up to 60% on Batman Games [Microsoft]
  • Borderlands The Handsome Collection PS4/Xbox One, $15 ($15 off) [Best Buy]
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4, $20 ($40 off) [Amazon]
  • GOG Weekend Sale, up to 80% off Games [GOG]
  • Bayonetta PC, $5 ($15 off) [Steam]
  • Garfield Kart PC, $0.75 ($4.25 off) [Gamebillet]
  • Sega Genesis Flashback, $48 ($7 off) [Rakuten]

Smart Home Devices

Save hundreds on an Echo Show, or a Philips Hue set with two Google Home Minis.

  • Amazon Echo Show 1st Gen, $100 ($130 off) [Woot]
  • Philips Hue Set w/ Google Home Mini 2-Pack, $170 ($125 off) [Best Buy]
  • Harman/Kardon Allure Alexa-Enabled Smart Speaker, $70 ($130 off) [Dell]

Everything Else

Need to make some great coffee, or expand your Funko Pop collection?

  • Baratza Virtuoso Burr Coffee Grinder, $190 ($60 off) [Crate and Barrel]
  • Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker, $50 ($50 off) [BransmartUSA]
  • Bose Soundsport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, $115 ($18 off) [Rakuten]
  • JBL Clip 3 Portable Bluetooth Speaker, $40 ($20 off) [Amazon]
  • Funko Pop Figurine Sale [FYE]
  • Bella 4 Slice Toaster Oven, $9 ($29 off after $10 mail in rebate) [Macy’s]

Deals for Students

These deals are pretty decent, but they require a student ID.

  • Microsoft Surface Wireless Headphones, $300 ($50 off) [Best Buy]
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 64GB w/ Pen, $430 ($220 off) [Best Buy]

These deals are pretty great, but they won’t last forever. If anything strikes your fancy, be sure to scoop it up before it’s too late.

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