Prime Day might be over, but there are still some great laptop deals to be had on Amazon.In fact, the online retailer is selling a 13-inch MacBook Air at a steep discount.But don’t let its portable package fool you.You still get a lot of great features in this small package.This particular deal gets you a MacBook Air with a 13-inch Retina display, 256GB of solid-state drive (SSD) storage, a dual-core eighth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports.The Retina display on this MacBook Air features support for 4 million pixels and a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution.
Amazon Prime Day ended but that’s not stopping the other competing retail giant from extending its own summer savings event as Walmart continues to run The Big Save until July 21.Perfect for summer outdoor activities, Walmart discounted select Mongoose Boys’ BMX bikes for kids by up to 47% as part of The Big Save event.MONGOOSE X-JUMP BOYS’ BMX BIKE, 20-INCH WHEEL, BLACK – 30% OFFMake the most out of your child’s summer and introduce them to the exciting sport of BMX riding with the Mongoose X-Jump Boys’ BMX Bike.It is a durable kid’s bike made with a sturdy steel frame and an alloy four-bolt top-load stem for secure handlebar clamping.It also has an alloy caliper brake and rear U-brake for guaranteed stopping.
Summer temperatures in the United States are known to reach dangerous levels.Whether you are in need of a new window air conditioner or looking to replace an old model, now is the time to buy.Walmart’s answer to the Amazon Prime Day, called “The Big Save,” has been extended until July 21.They fit any window that is 23- to 38-inches wide and at least 12.5-inches high.You can also set it to sleep mode so it automatically increases temperature throughout the night.And, you can further manage energy consumption with its 24-hour on/off timer.
On the second evening of Prime Day, Amazon’s annual sales bonanza, Anne Marie Bressler received an email from Amazon that had nothing to do with the latest deals.The message, sent from an automated email address Tuesday, informed her that the Align nutritional supplements she ordered two weeks earlier were probably counterfeit.“If you still have this product, we recommend that you stop using it immediately and dispose of the item,” the email reads, and says she would be receiving a full refund.For years, Amazon has battled third-party sellers who list knockoffs of everything from iPhone charging cables to soccer jerseys on its site.Nutritional supplements are another popular target for fakes, as it’s a largely unregulated industry.The US Food and Drug Administration has been criticized—including by former staff—for declining to test dietary supplements for safety and effectiveness the same way it does pharmaceuticals.
In this heat, it is easy to justify the purchase and use of an air conditioner or a portable air conditioner without looking at how it will affect your household’s utility budget, but ceiling fans can be a more economical alternative for those seeking to improve their home’s comfort level.If you are looking for a more modern take to this time-tested solution, check out the Haiku Home L Series 52-Inch Smart Ceiling Fan.You can get a $95 post-Prime Day discount on this Wi-Fi-capable ceiling fan if you order from Amazon now.This deal is taking place right after the retail giant’s 48-hour sale, so inventory for this ceiling fan might already be limited.Improve your home’s decor and indoor air circulation with the Haiku L 52-Inch Ceiling Fan.Its sleek, precision-matched airfoils are designed to move more air than typical ceiling fans.
Thanks to an error on Amazon’s website, several users in the US were able to score some very expensive photography gear—including lenses and camera kits—for just $94.48 (£75.60) apiece.It started when a Slickdeals member discovered and shared a Prime Day deal for the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera bundled with a 16-50 millimetre lens for $94.48; a kit that normally sells for around $550 (£440).In the wild west that Amazon’s vast online store has become, it’s not uncommon to see questionable third-party sellers offering brand name gear at incredibly low prices which are, more often than not, too good to be true.Not everyone who contributed to the Slickdeals forum’s discussion about this deal saw the discount when they logged into Amazon, and by the time many of them read about the pricing mistake the camera bundle had long sold out.But other members soon noticed that the Sony bundle wasn’t the only piece of photography gear discounted to $94.48.I just bought a 3000$ telescope for 94.48,” while member Eragorn asked, “Just ordered an a7iii for $94 with kit lens...
Summertime is here and temperatures are reaching all-time highs.Luckily that also means there are lots of summer deals you can find.Amazon’s 48-hour Prime Day may have passed quickly but that’s not true of Walmart’s own version of summer savings event called The Big Save, which has now been extended until July 21.The sales event includes great deals on LG’s portable air conditioners, offering savings of up to 27%.Check it out here as we rounded the best deals up for you so you can keep every room you need cool.LG 14,000 BTU 115V PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER WITH REMOTE CONTROL, GRAPHITE GRAY – 27% OFF
It seems there were some insane discounts for Amazon Prime Day 2019 that most of us missed.According to reports from users of sale-hunter site Slickdeals (via Peta Pixel), Amazon was selling professional camera gear for up to 98 percent off.One user obtained this $13,000 camera lens for $100.Another purchased the $2,000 Canon EOS R camera for $100.Same goes for this $4,400 Sony A9 bundle, this $1,500 Sony A6500 bundle, and this $1,300 Fujifilm X100F.To be clear, these were items sold and shipped by Amazon itself, not a third-party seller.
Prime Day sparked and fueled the shopping fever this summer, and Walmart wanted a piece of it.The retail giant matches the hype of its rival by releasing its own retail sale called The Big Save, which runs until July 21.Buy the normally $200 Coleman WeatherMaster 10-person tent on Walmart now to get a $35 price cut.Your tent will have arrived by the time the heatwave lets up, when it is safe enough to go camping.This 10-person dome tent is one of the larger models in the market and has a floor space of 17 x 9 feet, which is enough to fit three queen airbeds.Put it up if you wish to add extra privacy for your group or to designate separate sleeping and storage areas.
Summer is probably the best time of the year to grill up delicious food for family and friends.This device offers the same grilling features of an open-flame grill and comes in compact and convenient units that can be used inside your home.If you missed out on Prime Day offers, now’s your chance to score amazing deals on indoor/outdoor electric grills.Walmart launched its own summer sale event (which is extended until July 21) and dropped scorching hot discounts on numerous George Foreman electric grills.Models offered are apartment-approved, allowing them to be used anywhere there’s electricity.The plate is covered in a George Tough nonstick ceramic coating that ensures durability and fast cleanup.
Three weeks after it became persona non grata on the internet, Wayfair, the home goods retailer linked to children in cages, is quietly having a Black Friday in July sale.Wayfair has kept a low profile since June 25, when its employees discovered the company sold $200,000 worth of furniture to a government contractor for use in one of the controversial migrant camps on the border.It seems the whole affair is now far enough in the rearview mirror for Wayfair to start returning to business as usual.But a recent Wayfair mailer that went out in New Jersey promised four days of “thousands of epic deals.”When asked about the company’s apparent change of heart, spokeswoman Molly Delaney wrote in an email, “We have a regular cadence of sales events and promotions on the calendar all throughout the year.”Her only response to the timing was, “We had nothing additional planned in relation to Prime Day.” A spokesperson for RetailMeNot, however, said a promotion like Wayfair’s Black Friday in July would be included in its Prime Day piggyback count, which tracks any retailer offering sales with “Black Friday,” “cyber” or “Prime” in its messaging.
On mobile, our news algorithm offers up only stories we might be interested in based on past clicks, and even the ads we see on social media are specifically tailored to our individual interests.Personalized communication based on our entire history is what we’ve come to expect in our online interactions as consumers — what about in our interactions as employees?Personalization in the B2B world is far behind its B2C counterpart.Currently, individual elements of the sales process are often managed by different departments, which employ cumbersome, slow, and even manual methods.Content produced in collaboration with SAP.Here are a few ways old-school CRMs aren’t cutting it — and how an improved, more personalized CRM might make a huge difference
Checking smart home device prices today, we discovered what amount to buy-one-get-one-free (BOGO) deals for the Amazon Echo Dot and the Google Home Mini.If you decide it’s time to check out the convenience, entertainment, security, and cost-savings advantages of smart home networks, the Mini and Dot are all you need to control a fully outfitted smart home for their respective systems.We can (almost) imagine that if Amazon and Google Home could, they’d distribute their smallest smart speakers at no cost to every home in the U.S.When most people you get used to hands-free control talking with Alexa or Google Assistant, they see no reason to switch to the other platform, so that means more business.The current Dot has bigger and better sound than earlier models and can also pair with another same-generation Dot for stereo sound.For Prime Day 2019, the Echo Dot was available at the lowest price ever, $22.
As I arrived home from a brief trip Thursday night, I had to navigate a small pile of brown boxes—the results of some Amazon Prime Day shopping.Prime Day 2019 may be in the rearview mirror, but one discount is not: Ars is extending the discount for new Ars Pro and Ars Pro++ subscriptions.If you subscribe in the next few days, you'll receive 20 percent off the regular price.Here's what you get with the $25 now $20 Ars Pro:No ads: If you're logged into Ars, you'll never see an adNo tracking scripts: Every last one of those scripts disappears for Ars Pro subscribers, with the exception of those from objects embedded in individual stories like videos from YouTube and tweets from Twitter
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Did you find any amazing bargains during this year’s Prime Day sale?Taking a closer look, it seems that a few lucky photography enthusiasts scored the best deals of the day(s) thanks to a pricing error that saw high-end camera gear reduced to a fraction of its usual price, PetaPixel reported.The craziness kicked off on Monday when an online shopper spotted a $548 Sony a6000 and 16-50mm lens bundle listed on Amazon for just $94.50 — with free shipping, too.The customer shared details of the bargain on Slickdeals, a site that highlights awesome offers, though this was clearly something else.As news of the rock-bottom price tag spread, others started exploring Amazon’s site for similar bargains.To their surprise, more listings for sub-$100 camera gear showed up, apparently confirming this was a proper pricing glitch rather than a super-generous Prime Day deal.
Amazon Prime Day has come and gone, but the deals haven’t ended for everyone.Walmart, in particular, has extended its own summer sale through Sunday, July 21.With impressive 4K TV deals and gaming deals leading the charge, there are a lot of savings to be had from the retail giant right now.If you’re in the market for a new Xbox One, Sony PS4, or Nintendo Switch games, there are quite a few discounts to choose from.There are even a few console bundles and deals, on the Nintendo Switch especially, that will have you wondering whether or not you need a new system.Many of these discounts will only last as long as the product remains in stock, so as soon as it’s gone, it isn’t coming back.
After days of carefully curated consumerism, regrettable impulse purchases, and envy over your friends’ best finds, Amazon Prime Day has come to a close.Plenty of products from smartphones to headphones to TVs and more received deep discounts, and although the dust has settled, some post-Prime Day deals still remain on Amazon and elsewhere.While Prime Day and Walmart’s competing “Big Save” may have ended, there’s no need to fear that you missed out because Amazon extended deals on products across all types of departments.Wireless headphones are always a popular summer purchase, and now on Amazon, the matte black model of the Beats Solo3 wireless headphones can be yours for just $160 , down from their original $300.This summer’s savings season may be past its prime, but deals like this still sound pretty good to us.While Apple recently released a new color palette for the Solo3, the sleek matte black model is the biggest bargain in this Amazon deal, at $140 off the original price.
Despite having been on the market for a couple of years now, we still don’t often see discounts on the Nintendo Switch (not particularly big ones, anyway).Even during sales like Prime Day and Black Friday, the pickings for Switch deals are slim compared to those for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.The best bet for Nintendo fans or anyone else looking to get their hands on this unique console is to grab one of the bundle deals that pop up from time to time, and Walmart is still offering its Nintendo Switch bundle offer that it ran during Prime Day.One of the likely reasons that the Switch doesn’t go on sale all that regularly is because it’s a pretty good value already, at least relative to other systems which have cost as much as $500 at launch.Nintendo’s latest console was priced at $299 upon release and costs $299 now, but given the massive success the Switch has seen (blowing its ill-fated predecessor, the Wii U, out of the water), gamers clearly think it’s worth it and we’re inclined to agree.Nintendo broke the mold with the Switch’s design, combining a traditional console with a handheld gaming system that you can take on the go.
Amazon Prime Day may be over, but Samsung’s Black Friday in July sale is only just heating up — and with discounts on QLED TVs, 4K TVs, 8K TVs, and soundbars, there has never been a better time to breathe fresh life into your home entertainment setup.Best Samsung QLED 4K TV DealsLet’s start with the QLEDs.There are four models on offer: the top-of-the-line Q90R, the middle-of-the-road Q80R and Q70R, and the bottom-of-the-barrel Q60R, with screen sizes starting at a modest 43 inches and topping out at a massive 85 inches.However, instead of listing all the individual screen sizes on offer, we’ve combed through the entire listed and selected the deals we think are just too good to miss.Well, there’s isn’t an enormous difference between them, with the most notable being the former has an edge-lit backlight, so it can’t quite reach the same contrast levels as the other three.