Spring officially arrives tomorrow. Combined with more daylight hours, this weekend’s deals have us feeling rather sunny. Shake off the dust of winter by digging into a new game, habit, or hobby. We found deals on all of those categories and more.
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This TV has been selling for around $ 580 for a few months, but we have not tracked a better price for it before now. The Vizio M-Series lineup (8/10, WIRED Recommends) strikes a good balance between affordability and features. It’s worth noting that due to the ongoing chip shortage, there have not been a ton of great TV deals so far this year, making this one even more enticing.
Both the 14- and 16-inch models hit historically low prices this week. They’re powerhouses (8/10, WIRED Recommends) that are great for anyone with heavy workloads, like editing batches of high-res RAW photos and video (or anyone seeking a discount on the latest and greatest Apple laptops). Read our Best MacBooks guide for more details.
Clip the coupon button on the page to see the discount. These are not featured in our Best Smart Bulbs guide, but we generally like TP-Link’s bulbs, and these are rated well online. This deal brings the two-pack down to a historically low price. These multicolor bulbs do not require a hub, and they can be controlled easily from Android or iOS phones (or via voice with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa).
Smart-home gadgets go on sale relatively often, but this is a great price for a good smart display. The second-gen Nest Hub has a 7-inch screen, which might be too small for the kitchen but is the right size for bedrooms (plus it does not have a camera). Read our Best Smart Displays guide for more recommendations.
This is our favorite air purifier for big rooms, and it has not been this low in price since last November. It’s rated to clean up to 1,560 square feet and cycles the air in this space twice per hour. Maybe it’ll even help cut down on springtime allergy symptoms.
Our favorite electric toothbrush for kids has been on sale at this price in the past, but this matches the best deal we’ve tracked. Getting kiddos to brush their teeth can sometimes be a chore, but this electric brush features cute stickers and an optional app to make dental hygiene a bit more fun. The built-in timer ensures they’re brushing thoroughly.
This tablet will soon (tomorrow) be featured in an update to our roundup of the best tablets. It performs well enough for most people, and the budget-friendly price is icing on the cake. HMD Global, the maker of Nokia products, also promises two Android upgrades and three years of security updates. This deal just makes things that much sweeter.
The Garmin Venu (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is the runner-up in our Best Fitness Trackers guide. It looks more like a smartwatch for good reason: You can see notifications on its bright, LCD touchscreen. But, of course, you get all the top-tier fitness tracking capabilities of other Garmins, including blood oxygen measurements.
Yes, there’s a new iPad Air in town. But the old one from 2020 is very similar in a lot of ways. You largely will not be able to tell the difference. That means picking up the older model for $ 100 less is still a good idea. Read our Best iPads guide for more details.
The Meta Quest 2 (formerly known as Oculus) is our top pick for the Best VR Headset. There’s a big sale with tons of discounted games priced as low as $ 4 right now, making it a good time for VR enthusiasts to beef up their game library.
This heartwarming game is good for fans of other cozy titles like Stardew valley or Unpacking. Players can craft items, go fishing, tend a farm, and participate in seasonal events. It has only dropped this low in price a couple of other times.
Use coupon code WBANNUAL to get in on this deal, which saves you $ 20 off the normal cost of the ad-free plan. Discovery + is a solid streaming service for folks that like to catch reality TV shows. It also features lots of home improvement content, in case you’re looking for inspiration on springtime DIY projects.
Tidal is not the absolute best music streaming service, but it is the best option for people that want the highest-quality audio possible without using Apple Music. This offer is valid for new users.
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