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The best anti-Prime Day deals still available at Target

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Google’s budget-friendly Pixel 6A is still on sale for $349.99 in all three colorways. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

As expected, Target’s recent “Deal Days” event has officially come to a close. The two-day shopping event — which served as a counter to Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale — brought with it discounts on a variety of tech products, including gaming accessories, headphones, 4K TVs, and a range of other items that were on sale by as much as 50 percent off. However, just because the sale is over doesn’t mean there aren’t still deals to be had. In fact, a number of popular items are still clinging to their Prime Day prices following the event.

To help you make sense of what’s still on offer, we’ve sorted through the remains of Target’s recent sales event to compile a list of the best tech deals you can still buy. The current batch of discounts extends to premium picks like LG’s brilliant C2 OLED and Google’s Pixel 6A, as well as budget-friendly options like Apple’s second-gen AirPods. Also, keep in mind that Target will price-match items within 14 days of purchase until December 24th, if you happen to find the same item elsewhere for a cheaper price.

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  • Target is selling LG’s C2 OLED in a number of sizes right now, but the 55-inch is the one that’s seeing the most attractive discount right now. It’s on sale for $1,349.99 instead of $1,799.99. The 4K TV sports a 120Hz refresh rate, low input lag, and a bevy of new features, including a “dark room” setting that’s designed to reduce eyestrain.
  • Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K offers fewer features than the Fire Stick 4K Max but it’s still a good deal when found at a discount. For a limited time, you can get it for 40 percent off at Target, where it’s available for $29.99. Read our review.

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Source: The Verge

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