Roku recently announced one of its most affordable streaming players yet and it’ll be available exclusively at Walmart for Black Friday. So whether you’re looking for a new streaming device or want to turn an old TV into a smart device, the $15 Roku LE will be perfect when it hits shelves on Black Friday.
Everybody wants to use Adobe apps like Photoshop and Premiere—but not at full price! No worries, Adobe is offering a year of its full Creative Cloud suite for just $30 a month. That’s a 40% discount on all of Adobe’s professional and creative apps, or $360 of savings after a year of service. (And students can get this deal for just $16 a month!)
There’s no better time to set up a smart home security system—Arlo’s Essentials Spotlight camera three-pack is 43% off at Walmart and Amazon, bringing its price down to just $200. That’s three killer, battery-powered security cameras for just $67 each.
Need a companion for your fitness journey? Whether you’re lifting weights, cycling, running, or swimming, Garmin’s fitness smartwatches can track your activity and help you reach your goals. And during today’s Amazon sale, you can buy the excellent Garmin Venu smartwatch at its lowest ever price—just $200.
There’s never been a better time to buy a pair of noise cancelling headphones or earbuds. That’s right; Amazon is running a massive sale on Sony, Bose, and Sennheiser audio products, including the killer Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones and the Sennheiser Momentum 2 earbuds.
Has Sennheiser lost its mind? The popular audio company is slashing prices on its most popular wireless headphones and earbuds. Now’s your chance to save 54% on the popular Sennheiser PXC 550-II headphones, or grab the popular Sennheiser Momentum 2 earbuds for $100 off.
After learning that Amazon Prime Day kicks off on June 21st, Walmart is copying Amazon again and says it’ll host its own biggest sale of the year a day earlier. Confirming the Walmart ‘Deals for Days’ sale on June 20th-23rd. However, we’re not sure what type of deals to expect.
You may want to be careful about which companies you order presents from this holiday season. According to the Wall Street Journal, UPS told its drivers to stop picking up packages from six retailers, including Nike and NewEgg. The companies in question seem to have hit the shipping company’s max capacity limits, which in turn could lead to delayed orders.
Nikon now streams all 10 of its photography lessons for free, just in time for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. The lessons usually cost $15 to $50 each and center on topics like Macro Photography and The Art of Making Music Videos. Nikon plans to end its free photography lessons December 31st, so check them out now before its too late!
Move over Millennium Falcon, there’s a new king of LEGO sets in town, and while it’s not from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, it does cover ancient history. LEGO just unveiled the Colosseum and will release the $549.99 set on November 27. At 9,036 pieces, it outstrips even the vast Millennium Falcon by nearly 1,500 bricks.