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Amazon deals: Save on home, kitchen, tech and more

Every day, we scour Amazon to find the best deals available. Whether it’s a new kitchen tool or top-rated tech to give your smart home an upgrade, the online shopping giant offers some of the best prices on a very wide range of items. Whatever you need, Amazon has you covered.

Below, you’ll find our top Amazon deals today, including incredible markdowns on stylish earbuds, a compact vacuum and the best TV we've ever tested, all of which have been vetted by our team of deals experts to ensure they’re "best of web" prices. If you’re looking for N95 and KN95 masks right now, Amazon also has plenty of choices on sale today, too.

If you’re not already an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can sign up for a 30-day membership for free. An Amazon Prime subscription gets you free two-day shipping and tons of other benefits for $14.99 a month ($7.49 for students and $6.99 for those receiving qualifying government assistance).

Better still, right now, shoppers can receive a $5 discount on their first $10-or-more Amazon app purchase.

The 10 best Amazon deals to shop right now

  1. Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 from $99.75 with on-page coupon (Save $40 to $50.24)
  2. Black + Decker 2Ah Cordless Handheld Vacuum from $34.52 (Save $2.47)
  3. Fire TV Stick 4K for $34.99 (Save $15)
  4. Eufy by Anker BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX for $145.99 with code EUFYLOVE (Save $104)
  5. LG 55-Inch OLED C1 Series Alexa Built-In 4K Smart TV for $1,096.99 (Save $403)
  6. Save up to 79% on select men's clothing
  7. Philips 6-Outlet Extender Surge Protector for $19.99 (Save $5)
  8. BlueAir Blue Pure 411 with 2 Washable Pre-Filters for $79.99 (Save $40)
  9. Vizio 2.1 Home Theater Sound Bar with DTS Virtual:X for $97.98 (Save $52.10)
  10. Revlon One-Step Volumizer Original 1.0 Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush from $28.76 (Save $14.99 to $31.23)

The best Amazon deals of the day

1. Less than $100: One of our favorite wireless earbuds


 

Listen to your favorite songs on the go with the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2. Typically listed for $149.99, these wireless noise-canceling earbuds can be yours for as low as $99.75 in olive green thanks to a $44.99 price cut and an additional 5% coupon applied at checkout. The Galaxy Buds 2 are one of the best wireless earbuds we've ever tested, having impressed us with its lightweight and stylish design carrying respectable active noise canceling technology. The buds may only have a 7.5-hour battery life, but they still offer quality sound in a comfortable package.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 from $99.75 with on-page coupon (Save $40 to $50.24)

2. Less than $35: This lightweight handheld vacuum


 

If you're looking to make quick clean-ups nearly effortless, the Black + Decker cordless handheld vacuum might just be your cleaning solution. The developer says it has a lightweight and portable design meant to get easily fit between sofa cushions, keyboards and car seats. It also has a translucent, bagless dirt bowl so you know what you've collected and when it's time to empty things out. You can get this portable appliance for 7% off at $34.52.

Black + Decker 2Ah Cordless Handheld Vacuum for $34.52 (Save $2.47)

3. 30% off: One of our favorite streaming devices


 

If you're a big Alexa user (or an Amazon Prime Video watcher!) looking to treat yourself to some evening binge-watching, we have the device for you: The Amazon Fire Stick 4K, which is on sale for $34.99—that's $15 off its typical list price of $49.99. The Fire Stick 4K is one of our favorite streaming devices for its excellent remote with intuitive controls for the TV and all Alexa-controlled devices. It also supports major streaming services including Disney+ and HBO Max.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K for $34.99 (Save $15)

4. Save $104: This powerful robot vacuum


 

If you're looking for a vacuum with a powerful performance at a great price, the Eufy 11S Max robot vacuum is the perfect pick. The robot vacuum usually runs shoppers $249.99, but Amazon is offering it for $145.99 when you use coupon code EUFYLOVE at checkout. The Max is a larger version of our favorite affordable robot vacuum, the Eufy 11S Slim ($149.99), which we adored for its quiet operation and strong self-navigating abilities. We found that the Max still has the ultra-slim 2.85-inch size and 100-minute battery life of the 11S Slim, while boasting even more powerful suction.

Eufy by Anker BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX for $145.99 with code EUFYLOVE (Save $104)

5. 27% off: Our favorite TV


 

We love the LG OLED C1 TV, and it’s now on sale in every size available. We loved the incredible contrast and picture quality this OLED panel delivers, the sheer number of features it offers (including Dolby Vision and a 120Hz refresh rate) and its eye-catching design. If you’re looking to invest in the best possible home theater experience, the LG C1 is available for 27% off in its 55-inch size from its list price of $1,499.99, down to $1,096.99.

LG 55-Inch OLED C1 Series Alexa Built-In 4K Smart TV for $1,096.99 (Save $403)

The best Amazon deals from this week

1. Men's clothing

A new season means it's time to switch up your style and Amazon is offering a range of men's styles on sale today. You can look and feel cool this summer in a pair of Amazon Essentials Men's Classic Fit stretch golf shorts, typically listed from $27.90 but now on sale for as low as $5.92 thanks to a mammoth 79% discount. The brand says the shorts are 98% polyester and feature a smooth, wrinkle-free fabric blend with moisture-wicking and a gentle stretch for long-lasting comfort. You can show off more style with a Goodthreads Men's Poplin slim-fit short-sleeved shirt, normally priced from $25 but now available for as low as $9.05 thanks to a 64% discount. The brand says the shirt can be worn for casual and classy events with an easy button-up design.

Save up to 79% on select men's clothing

2. Philips 6-Outlet Extender Surge Protector

Make more room for your electronic essentials at home with the Philips 6-outlet extender surge protector. Typically listed for $24.99, you can get a 4-pack of these white wall charging devices for 20% off at $19.99. Philips says the protectors have a slim design so they can slide discreetly behind tables and desks to charge everything from smartphones to Nintendo Switch consoles. They also prevent circuit overload with a surge protection rating of 900 Joules and an LED protected indicator light.

Philips 6-Outlet Extender Surge Protector for $19.99 (Save $5)

3. BlueAir Blue Pure 411

There can be so many tiny irritants clogging up the air of your home, but you can get rid of them with the BlueAir Pure 411. Normally priced at $119.99, you can get this compact air purifier with two washable pre-filters for $79.99 thanks to a 33% discount. BlueAir says the Pure 411 has a three-part filtration system that captures 99% of common airborne pollutants, including allergens, odors, mold spores, dust mites and pet dander. It also runs quiet, keeping you from being distracted while working from home.

BlueAir Blue Pure 411 with 2 Washable Pre-Filters for $79.99 (Save $40)

4. Vizio 2.1 Home Theater Soundbar with DTS Virtual:X

Whether your TV is big or small, the Vizio 2.1 soundbar can bulk up the audio of your favorite shows and movies. Typically listed for $149.99, you can get this 20-inch wireless add-on with subwoofer for 35% off at $97.89. Vizio says the 2.1 has Bluetooth technology and voice assistant compatibility to let you control it with and without a remote. You'll get great clarity, deep bass levels and Dolby Audio support for an expanded audio experience on whatever you play on your TV.

Vizio 2.1 Home Theater Soundbar with DTS Virtual:X for $97.89 (Save $52.10)

5. Revlon One-Step Volumizer Original 1.0 Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush

Creating salon-quality hair styles has never been easier with the Revlon One-Step volumizer hair dryer and hot air brush. This cult-favorite hairstyling tool is one of our favorites and right now, you can pick it up from Amazon for as little as $28.76 for the pink version, a $31.23 markdown. During testing, the volumizer cut our styling time in half and dried our locks from root to tip with minimal effort.

Revlon One-Step Volumizer Original 1.0 Hair Dryer and Hot Air Brush from $28.76 (Save $14.99 to $31.23)

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