February is the cruelest month, as the poem goes. Oh, no, wait. That’s April. February is a great month to be born in if you want to become famous, but the rest of us might find the cold, gray days to be a bit of a bummer. In sum, this is a great time of year to curl up with a hot cocoa in front of a new smart TV. We’ve rounded up the best weekend deals with the help of our friends at TechBargains.
Dell’s 10 percent off deals are still going strong. The Dell XPS 15 is the slightly larger sibling of one of our favorite laptops of 2017, the Dell XPS 13. Simply put, it’s one of the best 15-inch laptops money can buy–only with this deal, you’ll be spending a lot less of it.
Buy the Dell XPS 15 Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad-Core 15.6″ Laptop w/ 256GB SSD, GTX 1050 for $1125 (use code: TENOFF).
Or you could spend a little (okay, a lot) less cash on a simple, stylish convertible with a great display.
Buy the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Intel Core i5-8250U Quad-Core 13″ 2-in-1 Laptop w/ 256GB SSD for $700.
We are blown away by this deal. This is an amazing price for a Sony television that already manage to pack in a lot of high-end features in an affordable package. It displays with HDR and SDR content spectacularly and has tons of connection options. It even has cord management built right into the stand.
Buy the 65″ Sony XBR65X850E 4K HDR 120Hz-Native LED Smart HDTV w/ Android TV for $1000.
If you were looking for a beautiful new LED TV, Samsung’s offerings are a good place to start looking. Unfortunately, they’re usually pretty pricey. With a $150 Dell gift card, though, you have a chance to buy one of the MU7000 series for under a grand.
Buy the 55″ Samsung UN55MU7000 UHD Smart LED HDTV + $150 Dell Gift Card for $749.99.
This Vizio delivers decent 4K performance and an even more decent price.
Buy the 55″ Vizio D55-E0 4K Smart HDTV + $150 Dell Gift Card for $499.99.
This is the very first sale on one of our favorite games to play on the Nintendo Switch.
Buy Rocket League: Collector’s Edition (Switch) for $30.
After you buy it, grab one a new smartphone to tell all your friends about it.
Buy the Google Pixel XL 128GB Unlocked Smartphone (Refurb) for $410 .
Buy the Honor 7X 32GB Dual Camera GSM Unlocked Smartphone (Pre-Order) for $200
Alternatively, you could spend your afternoon building your own console altogether. Switch, schmitch.
Buy the Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit w/ Retro Gaming Case for $65.99 (use code: 45YOCHIQ).
Are you terrified of the upcoming takeover of the smart home assistants? Stave off the inevitable with the Amazon Fire 10 and practice shouting at devices with the hands-free Alexa feature.
Buy the All-New Amazon Fire HD 10 for $120.
The Kindle Paperwhite is, by far, the best Kindle for your money. And now you get to spend less of it!
Buy the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 6″ WiFi eReader for $100.
Do you need a quiet, simple, good-looking robovac for easy household maintenance? The Eufy Robovac 11+ is a good option.
Buy the Eufy RoboVac 11+ Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum w/ HEPA Style Filter for $220 (Clip $30 Coupon).
Finding out your genetic background is the gift that keeps on giving. You can’t put a price on learning that you’re part Norwegian.
Buy the AncestryDNA: Genetic Testing DNA Ancestry Test Kit for $69.
It’s not as showy as a bouquet of flowers, but showing that you don’t want your loved one stranded on the side of the highway is very romantic indeed.
Buy the Aukey 400A 12000mAh Portable Jump Starter & Power Bank for $35 (use code: AUKEYBC1).
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