Tired of overpaying for your phone plan? Google is running a 50% off promotion for new customers that join Google Fi Unlimited. The service, which usually costs $50 a line, includes 22GB of high-speed data, full hot-spot support, free international calls and texts, and 100 GB of Google One. This limited-time promotion cuts your bill down to $25 a line for the first three months of service.
Select retailers are offering hefty discounts for Apple’s revolutionary M1 Mac Mini and MacBook Pro. The base-model M1 Mac Mini, which usually costs $700, is just $600 at Costco and $670 through Amazon and B&H. You can also save $80 on the base-model M1 MacBook Pro or $100 on the upgraded M1 MacBook Pro through Amazon.
The price of 5G phones seems to be in a nose dive. Metro, formerly MetroPCS and now a sub-brand of T-Mobile, is selling the cheapest one we’ve seen yet: just $20. It’s a new budget model from Motorola, the One 5G Ace. But as you might expect with a price that low, there are a few strings attached.
As a full-time couch potato and part-time cheapskate, the last thing I want to do is overpay for streaming. But I’ve always avoided Disney’s popular $13 service bundle because it comes with the ad-supported version of Hulu, and I don’t want ads! Now, Disney offers a $19 plan that’s perfect for people like me. It includes Disney+, ESPN+, and, you guessed it, ad-free Hulu!
Phone cases, charging cables, and other mobile accessories are usually last-minute purchases. But because popular accessory brands like Aukey, RAVPower, Speck, and Anker are constantly running sales, you can save a ton of money by holding out for good deals or setting up a price tracker to get discounts sent to your inbox. Really, there’s never a good reason to pay full price for mobile accessories.
You missed the pre-order deals, but there’s still time to save big on the new Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. The revolutionary series of Galaxy devices is available now with massive trade-in discounts, BOGO deals, and free Galaxy SmartTags. So what are you waiting for? Buy an S21 now before the early-bird offers disappear!
The price of Xbox Live Gold, the pass that lets you play multiplayer on Xbox and score a free game or two every month, is going up. Combined with the fact that Microsoft stopped selling the 12-month option, the price of a year of Gold has effectively doubled, from $60 to $120. It’s a bad time to be a frugal Xbox gamer.
Better late than never! Nintendo’s New Year Sale may be two weeks behind schedule, be we ain’t complaining. Now’s the perfect opportunity save up to 60% on some of the all-time best Switch games, including Mario Maker 2, Yoshi’s Crafted World, and Clubhouse Games. The New Year Sale ends midnight, January 21st, so fire up the eShop and start downloading now!
If you find it hard to justify a smartwatch due to the cost, you may want to jump on this sale today. Fossil’s Gen 5 smartwatch is one of the best Wear OS options available, and today you can grab it for 53% off. That brings the price down to $139, but it’s rapidly selling out.
Apple’s new ARM-powered Mac hardware has been wowing the tech world for a few weeks now. But if you thought that switching to the same architecture as mobile devices would make Macs easier to afford, then you were disappointed. Today Amazon has a rare discount on one of the most expensive models, a MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage.