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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> It wouldn't be a holiday without an Instant Pot deal, right?  Josh Miller/CNET Tomorrow is July 4, a great time to gather with friends and family, snap killer fireworks photos with your phone, play my new favorite game (Kubb, rhymes with "tube," available for around $40) and remember all the truly wonderful things about our country. (A challenge these days, perhaps, but I'll bet you can come up with plenty.)  Today, consider taking advantage of July 4 sales -- some of which will stretch on through the weekend. For starters, Best Buy just unveiled its Fourth of July Sale, with some great deals on the Apple HomePod (save $50), HP 14 laptop (save $100) and WD EasyStore 4TB portable hard drive (save $70).  See it at Best BuyLooking for a new bed? There are lots of mattress deals; check out this roundup of the best 4th of July mattress sales. In the meantime, 40% seems to be the magic number this year, as evidenced by the following:  Best Buy: Save up to 40% on appliances  Home Depot: Save up to 40% on appliances, grills, mowers, power tools and patio furniture  Lowe's: Save up to 40% on appliances  REI: Save up to 40% on a variety of outdoor items Now let's take a look at some specific deals you won't want to miss.  Google Home Mini: $25 (save $24) OK, Google, cost less Chris Monroe/CNET This is actually one of a variety of Google Home and Google Nest products on sale at Walmart. But the Home Mini smart speaker is an especially good deal at $25, a price that rivals Black Friday.  See at Walmart Google Home Mini review AncestryDNA kit: $59 (save $40) Get DNAbled for less Ian Knighton/CNET How much do you know about your family tree -- specifically, the roots?'s DNA kit promises to estimate your ethnicity, trace your global origins and even provide matches to (potentially long-lost) living relatives.  See at Ancestry What AncestryDNA taught me Vizio M-Series 65-inch Quantum TV: $850 (save $150) Enter the quantum realm Sarah Tew/CNET You've never heard of quantum dots? They're a thing, and they give Vizio's M-Series a serious picture boost -- without the serious price boost. If you want top-notch deep blacks, great color reproduction and solid 4K HDR, this is a solid savings on a great TV.  See at Best Buy Vizio M-Series review Instant Pot LUX60 6-quart pressure cooker: $59 (save $40) Paging David Bowie Josh Miller/CNET What would a holiday be without an Instant Pot sale? This is one of the most popular kitchen products, well, ever, able to pressure-cook, slow-cook, steam-cook and more. Need something larger? Best Buy has the 8-quart Insignia pressure cooker for $59.99, a $60 savings.  See at Walmart Ecobee4 smart thermostat: $199 (save $50) Sensor sensibility Ecobee's smart thermostats continue to outflank Google's Nests in one key way: They come with a room sensor (and let you add more as needed), meaning you can adjust temperature based on a specific area, not just wherever the thermostat is located. This isn't the lowest price ever, but it's still a solid savings. The deal runs through July 5.  See at Amazon Ecobee4 review Rylo 5.8K 360 Video Camera: $299 (save $201) Theater in the round Rylo What's cooler: a snapshot of a firework exploding in front of you, or full 360-degree video of all the fireworks and all the reactions to seeing them? Oooh, ahhh, indeed. At $299, the compact Rylo dual-lens camera is selling for an all-time low price.  See at Amazon The Rylo 360-degree camera's killer feature Save 20% on clear lenses at Lensabl Keep your frames, replace your lenses Screenshot by David Carnoy/CNET On paper, Lensabl is already a great way to save money on glasses: You keep the frames you already bought, paid for and like, but get brand-new lenses to go in them. (You do have to ship your frames to the company and wait for them to come back, so you'll likely need a spare pair.)  Between July 1 and July 7, you can save 20% on all clear lenses when you apply promo code SEECLEAR.  Read more: Best places to buy prescription glasses online  See at Lensabl Decluttr: Save an extra 15% on refurbished tech Bettr than paying full price To butcher an old saying, one man's tech-trash is another man's tech-treasure. The next time you're in the market for a new phone or tablet, consider a certified-refurbished one instead -- especially if it includes a full 12-month warranty, which is what you get from Decluttr. What's more, you can save an extra 15% by applying promo code INDY15 at checkout.  For example, an unlocked iPhone XR in pristine condition priced at $689.99 ($60 below new) would run you just $569.50.  See at Decluttr Turo: Save $50 on any car rental Wheelin' and dealin' Turo Turo is kind of like Uber meets Airbnb: You borrow someone's car, but you do all the driving. I've used it many times and found it a great alternative to traditional car-rental services, in part because you get to choose exactly the vehicle you want (not just, say, "midsize") and in part because you can often do pickup/dropoff right outside baggage claim.  Between now and July 11, you can get $50 off any Turo rental when you apply promo code 4JULY2019.  See at Turo Up to 25% off Hurom Slow Juicers Juice, there it is Chris Monroe/CNET Hurom makes high-end juicers, but unfortunately that results in high-end pricing. From July 1 to July 8, however, you can save 20% on all Hurom's Citrus Juicers and Alpha, Classic and Limited Edition Slow Juicers. The company is also knocking 25% off the H-AA and HZ Rose Gold Slow Juicers.  CNET's Brian Bennett didn't love the H-AA's high price and complicated design, but users have been more forgiving: It has a 4.2-star review average from Amazon buyers and an even better rating from over 500 Hurom customers.  See at Hurom Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer review Other notable sales right now Although these aren't July 4 deals, per se, there are plenty of other great bargains to be had right now. Among the highlights:  The Apple AirPods with wireless charging case for $179.99 (save $20)  The Apple Watch Series 3 (38mm) GPS for $199 (save $80)  The Google Home Hub for $71.70 (save $59) More to come!  Originally published on June 24. Update, June 28: Added new deals.  Now playing: Watch this: How to save money on nearly everything you buy online 2:10 CNET's Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter!  iOS 13 comes with new Siri voice, dark mode, privacy features: All the new software Apple will soon deliver to your iPhone.  We tested 5G speeds in 13 cities. Here's what we found: Faster speed versus more coverage. That's the most important issue for 5G networks today.  The Cheapskate reading • The best July 4 sales: AncestryDNA, Instant Pot, Google Home Mini, TVs, appliances and more  Jul 3 • Intex Easy Set  Jul 3 • Fitbit Ionic  Jul 3 • Rylo Camera  Jul 3 • Google Home Mini-3  • See All  Share your voice Comments Tags The Cheapskate Mobile Appliances Cameras Small Appliances Automobiles Amazon Google Apple
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