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  1. Chris Doody

    Jolie Holland and Buck Meek are both releasing albums called Haunted Mountain this year, a development that arose after both artists teamed up on a song. Today, that song is out. “Highway 72” is an earthy folk-rock tune that centers the grainy harmony of Holland and Meek’s voices but makes room for some lovely keyboard and fiddle flourishes. “I won’t know where I’m headed until I’m further along,” they sing. “One foot in front of the other on the lost highway.” Listen below.

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    In 1991, Prince and his band the New Power Generation released the extremely horny funk jam “Cream” as one of the singles from their album Diamonds And Pearls. The song got a fun, cinematic video, and it became the final Hot 100 chart-topper of Prince’s career. Today, we get to hear Prince and his band working out a different version of that song in the studio.

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  3. A vintage tin toy robot collection belonging to Anthea Knowles, UK, 16th May 1980.

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    On Wednesday, OpenAI announced that it will host its first-ever developer conference, OpenAI DevDay, on November 6, 2023, in San Francisco. The one-day event hopes to bring together hundreds of developers to preview new tools and discuss ideas with OpenAI's technical staff.

    Launched in November, ChatGPT has driven intense interest in generative AI around the world, including tech investments, talk of regulations, a GPU hardware boom, and the emergence of competitors. OpenAI says in a blog post that since launching its first API in 2020, over 2 million developers now use its models like GPT-3, GPT-4, DALL-E, and Whisper for a variety of applications, "from integrating smart assistants into existing applications to building entirely new applications and services that weren't possible before."

    While OpenAI's DevDay event will mostly take place in person, the keynote and potentially some parts of the conference will be streamed online. "The one-day event will bring hundreds of developers from around the world together with the team at OpenAI to preview new tools and exchange ideas," writes OpenAI. "In-person attendees will also be able to join breakout sessions led by members of OpenAI’s technical staff."

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    In July, Pittsburgh’s Code Orange announced plans to follow their 2020 album Underneath with a new album called The Above, coming at the end of September. The hardcore/metal experimenters launched their new era with a single, “Take Shape,” which features the one and only Billy Corgan. Today, Code Orange are circling back with a new single and video (directed by the band’s visual/audio collective NOWHERE2RUN), “Mirror,” which features Reba Meyers on lead vocal.

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    Joni Mitchell recently played her first proper headlining show in decades, and now she’s getting ready to release a new box set. The third volume in Mitchell’s Archives series, the new box The Asylum Years: 1972-1975, covers the period that Mitchell recorded For The Roses, Court And Spark, and The Hissing Of Summer Lawns. Pretty good run! She’s already shared the original demo for her hit “Help Me,” and now she’s also shared a previously unreleased song.

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    Just as this summer was getting going, Overmono, the duo of Welsh dance-producer brothers Tom and Ed Russell, released Good Lies, an excellent debut album that went tripping all the way across rave history. They also put a very handsome dog on their album cover, and we should commend them for that. Now, Overmono have followed that album with their new single “Blow Out,” which they debuted at this year’s Coachella festival.

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  7. Piggy bank on a laptop computer with a robotic hand.

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    On Wednesday, TurboTax-maker Intuit launched an AI assistant called "Intuit Assist" that can provide AI-generated financial recommendations and assist with decision-making when using the company's software, Reuters reports. Inuit Assist uses a custom large language model platform called GenOS, and it is available now to all TurboTax customers and select users of Intuit's other products, including Credit Karma, QuickBooks, and Mailchimp, with a wider rollout planned in the coming months.

    "Consumers will find it easier than ever to manage and improve their financial lives," the company writes on its promotional website. "They’ll be able to get personalized recommendations throughout the year, with actions they can take to maximize their tax refund and accurately file taxes in record time with TurboTax. And they’ll be given the tools to make smart money decisions throughout their financial journey with Credit Karma."

    Intuit also sees Intuit Assist as a way to level the playing field for small and medium-sized businesses, which often lack the resources of larger companies. The AI assistant will reportedly help shorten the time it takes to file taxes and provide faster access to refunds, as well as offer personalized financial advice. Intuit Chief Data Officer Ashok Srivastava told Reuters that the company's AI models "competed favorably" against other AI systems in internal accuracy tests.

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  8. Google is killing Play Movies & TV, will only have three video stores left

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    Google is killing off the last vestiges of Google Play Movies & TV, a service that sold premium Hollywood films and TV shows as part of Google's once-cohesive string of Google Play content stores. The company emailed users of Android TV to say that the "Google Play Movies & TV app will no longer be available on your Android TV device from 05 October 2023. You can continue to buy or rent movies directly through the Shop tab on your Android TV."

    Play Movies has been going through a slow death as Google shuffles around its media content. The smartphone Play Movies app became "Google TV" in 2022, and that same year, the Play Store app was stripped of movie and TV sales. On third-party smart TVs (this is a different category than today's Android TV announcement) the app was killed in 2021. On Android TV, the new "Shop" tab seems to just be an OS-integrated Google TV content store.

    If you think this sounds confusing, you're not alone. Google's support page reflects the ridiculous state of Google's video apps, instructing users that "in Your Library, you can find content that you bought from: Google Play Movies & TV, YouTube, Android TV, Google TV." How any normal person is supposed to understand that pile of Google media brands, and how it works across phones, the web, and various smart TV OSes, is beyond me.

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    Apple has acquired 50-year-old record label BIS Records, the Swedish company's founder, Robert von Bahr, announced Tuesday. The purchase of the classical music-focused label follows Apple's late March launch of the Apple Music Classical app.

    Apple's BIS purchase adds to the app, which in March Apple called the "world's largest classical music catalogue" with "over" 5 million tracks. Von Bahr said the record label will be incorporated into the Apple Music Classical app and Platoon. Apple bought Platoon, which identifies new talent and helps creators make, distribute, and market their content, in 2018. Von Bahr noted his just turning 80 as part of the decision to sell. He also pointed to his interest in Apple's support for spatial audio and in bringing "classical music to new audiences all over the world."

    Neither Apple nor BIS disclosed the price of the acquisition. However, von Bahr said that he and the rest of the BIS staff will be "retained" by Apple.

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  10. AMD's Radeon RX 7800 XT.

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    Nearly a year ago, Nvidia kicked off this GPU generation with its GeForce RTX 4090. The 4090 offers unparalleled performance but at an unparalleled price of $1,600 (prices have not fallen). It's not for everybody, but it's a nice halo card that shows what the Ada Lovelace architecture is capable of. Fine, I guess.

    The RTX 4080 soon followed, along with AMD's Radeon RX 7900 XTX and XT. These cards also generally offered better performance than anything you could get from a previous-generation GPU, but at still-too-high-for-most-people prices that ranged from between $900 and $1,200 (though all of those prices have fallen by a bit). Fine, I guess.

    By the time we got the 4070 Ti launch in May, we were getting down to the level of performance that had been available from previous-generation cards. These GPUs offered a decent generational jump over their predecessors (the 4070 Ti performs kind of like a 3090, and the 4070 performs kind of like a 3080). But those cards also got big price bumps that took them closer to the pricing levels of the last-gen cards they performed like. Fine, I guess.

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    Zach Bryan, who currently has the #1 song and album on Billboard this week, will involve Ticketmaster in sales of his upcoming Quittin’ Time Tour. This comes after Bryan intentionally cut out Ticketmaster for his recently completed Burn, Burn Burn tour. “Everyone complained about AXS last year. Using all ticketing sites this year,” Bryan wrote on Twitter. “All my homies still do hate Ticketmaster but hard to realize one guy can’t change the whole system. It is intentionally broken and I’ll continue to feel absolutely horrible about the cost of tickets in an unfair market.”

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    On their recent 7″ for Convulse Records, the Denver band Public Opinion played a Hives-adjacent, Spiritual Cramp-esque form of garage-punk. Their new single for the same label sounds way different. “Bug,” a collaboration with Pittsburgh power-pop band Rex Tycoon, is a grunge-pop track in the vein of last year’s Dazy/Militarie Gun team-up “Pressure Cooker“: huge power chords, barked-out lyrics, uptempo energy despite its midtempo pace.

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  13. A robot hand turning a knob to translate language.

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    Last week, Gizmodo parent company G/O Media fired the staff of its Spanish-language site Gizmodo en Español and began to replace their work with AI translations of English-language articles, reports The Verge.

    Former Gizmodo writer Matías S. Zavia publicly mentioned the layoffs, which took place via video call on August 29, in a social media post. On August 31, Zavia wrote, "Hello friends. On Tuesday they shut down @GizmodoES to turn it into a translation self-publisher (an AI took my job, literally)."

    Previously, Gizmodo en Español had a small but dedicated team who wrote original content tailored specifically for Spanish-speaking readers, as well as producing translations of Gizmodo's English articles. The site represented Gizmodo's first foray into international markets when it launched in 2012 after being acquired from Guanabee.

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    My Hair Is A Rat’s Nest has been one of the most consistently rewarding projects in the screamo underground in recent years. The one-person Albuquerque operation has a new LP called Tornado Siren on the way, teased today with the release of lead single “None But Devils Play Past Here.” It’s an intense lo-fi epic in miniature, capturing two and a half minutes of harsh, bludgeoning post-hardcore. I’d hardly even call this one screamo — it’s almost blackened hardcore? Have a listen below.

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    We're at the tail end of summer, but that doesn't mean your fitness goals have to end after Labor Day. Now that Garmin has launched its latest Venu 3 and Venu 3S smartwatches, select models of the company's older and still excellent Venu 2 series are now on sale. Given Garmin's great track record of bringing new features to older wearables through future software updates, the older Venu 2 will likely gain access to the more accurate sleep-tracking capabilities of the newer watch models. So if you don't need hardware-specific features, like a built-in microphone to take Bluetooth calls on your wrist, going with some of Garmin's older sports watches could save you money. In addition to Garmin wearables, we also have deals on Lenovo laptops and mobile workstations, Apple MacBooks, Steelcase and Tempurpedic office chairs, and more in this post-Labor Day Dealmaster.

    Smartwatch and sports watch wearables

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    • Garmin Venu 2S GPS Smartwatch 40 mm for $298 (was $350) at Best Buy
    • Garmin fēnix 7X Sapphire Solar GPS Smartwatch 51 mm for $900 (was $1,000) at Best Buy
    • Garmin fēnix 7 Sapphire Solar GPS Smartwatch 47 mm for $800 (was $900) at Best Buy
    • Garmin fēnix 7S Solar GPS Smartwatch 42 mm for $700 (was $800) at Best Buy
    • Garmin vívoactive 4 GPS Smartwatch 45 mm for $298 (was $350) at Best Buy
    • Garmin vívoactive 4S GPS Smartwatch 40 mm for $298 (was $350) at Best Buy
    • Garmin Instinct 2 Smartwatch 45 mm for $300 (was $350) at Best Buy
    • Garmin - Instinct Solar Smartwatch 45 mm for $276 (was $350) at Best Buy
    • Garmin Forerunner 745 GPS Smartwatch 30 mm for $425 (was $500) at Best Buy
    • Garmin epix (Gen 2) GPS Smartwatch 47 mm for $700 (was $1,000) at Best Buy
    • Garmin Forerunner 45S GPS Smartwatch 39 mm for $145 (was $170) at Best Buy
    • Garmin Forerunner 945 GPS Smartwatch 30 mm for $425 (was $499) at Best Buy
    • Garmin Forerunner 45 GPS Smartwatch 42 mm for $155 (was $170) at Best Buy
    • Garmin Venu Sq Music Edition GPS Smartwatch 33 mm for $213 (was $250) at Best Buy
    • Garmin quatix 7X Solar Edition 51 mm for $1,100 (was $1,200) at Best Buy
    • Garmin quatix 7 Standard Edition Marine GPS Smartwatch 47 mm for $600 (was $700) at Best Buy

    Health and personal care

    • Beurer Insect Bite Healer for $23 (was $30) at Best Buy
    • Beurer Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor for $25 (was $35) at Best Buy
    • Beurer Bluetooth Body Fat Scale for $44 (was $50) at Best Buy
    • Hypervolt 2 Pro for $279 (was $329) at Hyperice
    • Venom 2 Back for $199 (was $249) at Hyperice
    • Hyperice X for $349 (was $399) at Hyperice
    • Theragun Pro 4th Generation for $399 (was $599) at Therabody
    • Theragun Mini 2nd Generation for $179 (was $199) at Therabody
    • Theragun Elite 4th Generation for $329 (was $399) at Therabody
    • Theragun Prime 4th Generation for $229 (was $299) at Therabody
    • PowerDot 2.0 Duo for $299 (was $349) at Therabody
    • PowerDot 2.0 Uno for $169 (was $199) at Therabody
    • RecoveryTherm Hot Vibration Back and Core for $199 (was $249) at Therabody
    • Wave Roller for $129 (was $149) at Therabody
    • Wave Duo for $89 (was $99) at Therabody
    • Wave Solo for $69 (was $79) at Therabody

    Apple MacBook, iPad, AirTag, and AirPods

    • Apple 2020 MacBook Air Laptop M1 for $750 (was $999) at Amazon
    • Apple 2023 MacBook Air Laptop with M2 for $1,099 (was $1,299) at Amazon
    • Apple 2023 MacBook Pro Laptop M2 Pro for $2,249 (was $2,499) at Amazon
    • Apple iPad Air (5th Generation) for $559 (was $599) at Amazon
    • Apple iPad (9th Generation) for $270 (was $329) at Amazon
    • Apple iPad Mini (6th Generation) for $400 (was $499) at Amazon
    • Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (6th Generation) for $1,024 (was $1,099) at Amazon
    • Apple AirTag 4 Pack for $89 (was $99) at Amazon
    • Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) Wireless Earbuds for $199 (was $249) at Amazon
    • Apple AirPods Max Wireless Over-Ear Headphones for $470 (was $549) at Amazon
    • Apple AirPods (3rd Generation) Wireless Earbuds for $149 (was $169) at Amazon

    Steelcase, Tempurpedic, and Design Within Reach office chairs

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    • Steelcase Gesture for $1,165 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Siento from $2,199 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Series 2 Air from $591 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Think from $919 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Leap from $1,104 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Amia from $884 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Series 2 from $708 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Steelcase Series 1 from $449 after 15 percent discount at Steelcase
    • Tempur-Lumbar Support Office Chair for $299 with CHAIR15 code (was $352) at Tempurpedic
    • Gas Task Chair for $1,236 (was $1,545) at Design Within Reach
    • About A Chair 252 Task Armchair 2.0 for $636 (was $795) at Design Within Reach
    • About A Chair 50 Task Chair 2.0 for $540 (was $675) at Design Within Reach
    • About A Chair 52 Task Armchair 2.0 for $596 (was $745) at Design Within Reach

    Lenovo laptops

    • Lenovo ThinkPad P16s Gen 2 (16-inch, Intel Core i7-1360P and RTX A500) for $1,619 (was $2,789) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad P14s Gen 4 (14-inch, Intel Core i7-1360P and RTX A500) for $1,969 (was $3,389) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 6 (14-inch, Intel Core i7-1185G7) for $899 (was $3,649) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo IdeaPad 1 (15-inch, AMD Athlon Gold 7220U) for $220 (was $400) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 11 (14-inch, Intel Core i7-1365U) for $1,711 (was $3,229) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo LOQ (16-inch, AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS and RTX 4050) for $890 (was $1,270) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Yoga 6 (13-inch, AMD Ryzen 5 7530U) for $555 (was $860) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkBook 15 Gen 4 (15-inch, Intel Core i5-1235U) for $855 (was $1,499) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Legion Pro 5i Gen 8 (16-inch, Intel Core i5-13500HX and RTX 4050) for $1,100 (was $1,480) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 (11-inch, MediaTek Kompanio 1300T) for $340 (was $430) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad P14s Gen 4 (14-inch, AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 7840U) for $1,579 (was $2,719) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Tab P11 Gen 2 (11-inch, MediaTek Helio G99) for $217 (was $290) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Legion Slim 5 Gen 8 (16-inch, AMD Ryzen 5 7640HS and RTX 4050) for $1,050 (was $1,330) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Tab M9 (9-inch, MediaTek Helio G80) for $135 (was $150) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i Chromebook (14-inch, Intel Core i3-N305) for $350 (was $550) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i (15-inch, Intel Core i3-1315U) for $410 (was $660) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E14 Gen 5 (14-inch, AMD Ryzen 5 7530U) for $731 (was $1,219) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E16 Gen 1 (16-inch, AMD Ryzen 5 7530U) for $755 (was $1,259) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E14 Gen 5 (14-inch, AMD Ryzen 5 7530U) for $773 (was $1,289) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E14 Gen 4 (14-inch, AMD Ryzen 5 5625U) for $792 (was $1,389) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkBook 14 Gen 4 (14-inch, Intel Core i5-1235U) for $800 (was $1,404) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkBook 13s Gen 4 (13-inch, Intel Core i5-1240P) for $820 (was $1,439) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Yoga 7i (14-inch, Intel Core i5-1335U) for $825 (was $1,100) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E14 Gen 5 (14-inch, Intel Core i5-1335U) for $845 (was $1,409) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E146 Gen 1 (16-inch, Intel Core i5-1335U) for $869 (was $1,449) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkBook 13s Gen 4 (13-inch, Intel Core i5-1240P) for $900 (was $1,579) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo Legion Slim 5i Gen 8 (16-inch, Intel Core i5-13500H and RTX 4050) for $1,050 (was $1,350) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad E16 Gen 1 (16-inch, Intel Core i7-1355U) for $1,145 (was $1,909) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad Z16 (16-inch, AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 6850H and Radeon RX 6500M) for $1,167 (was $2,919) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 4 (14-inch, Intel Core i7-1365U) for $1,458 (was $2,859) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 6 (16-inch, Intel Core i7-13700H and RTX A2000) for $2,549 (was $4,389) at Lenovo
    • Lenovo ThinkPad P16 Gen 2 (16-inch, Intel Core i9-13980HX and RTX A4000) for $3,919 (was $6,759) at Lenovo

    Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets

    • Amazon Fire TV Cube for $120 (was $140) at Amazon
    • Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote for $25 (was $40) at Amazon
    • Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max streaming device for $27 (was $55) at Amazon
    • Amazon Fire Max 11 tablet for $190 (was $230) at Amazon

    Headphones

    • Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Premium Noise Canceling Overhead Headphones for $278 (was $348) at Amazon | $272 at Walmart
    • Sony-INZONE H7 Wireless Gaming Headset for $128 (was $229) at Amazon
    • Sony-INZONE H9 Wireless Noise Canceling Gaming Headset for $246 (was $300) at Amazon
    • Sony WH-1000XM5 Wireless Noise-Canceling Over-the-Ear Headphones for $350 (was $400) at Best Buy
    • Bose Headphones 700 Wireless Noise Cancelling Over-the-Ear Headphones for $329 (was $379) at Best Buy

    Home and office tech and gear

    • Energizer Alkaline Power C Batteries (12 Pack) for $18 (was $26) at Amazon
    • Energizer 24 Max AA Batteries and 24 Max AAA Batteries for $27 (was $39) at Amazon
    • Energizer AA Batteries (32 pack) for $15 (was $20) at Amazon
    • Energizer AAA Batteries (32 Pack) for $16 (was $23) at Amazon
    • Energizer Rechargeable AA Batteries (16 pack) for $41 (was $50) at Amazon
    • Energizer Alkaline Power 9 Volt Batteries (8 Pack) for $20 (was $29) at Amazon
    • eero 6+ mesh Wi-Fi system (3 pack) for $240 (was $300) at Amazon
    • eero Pro 6E mesh Wi-Fi System (3 pack) for $440 (was $550) at Amazon | $390 at Walmart
    • TP-Link Deco Powerline Mesh WiFi 6 System (Deco PX50) 3 pack for $270 (was $300) at Amazon
    • TP-Link Deco AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh System (Deco X55) 3 pack for $200 (was $230) at Amazon
    • Tempur-Adapt topper starting at $191 with TOPPERS40 code (was $319) at Tempurpedic
    • SOOPII 100 W Right Angle USB C to USB C Cable, 4-foot Zinc Alloy Braided Type-C Cable with LED Display for $8 (was $10) at Amazon
    • Anker USB C Charger, 735 Charger (Nano II 65 W) for $34 (was $40) at Amazon
    • UGREEN 100 W USB C Charger, Nexode 4-Port GaN Foldable Compact Wall Charger for $45 (was $75) at Amazon
    • UGREEN 200 W USB C Charger, Nexode 6 Ports GaN Desktop Charging Station for $130 (was $200) at Amazon
    • UGREEN 145 W Power Bank 25000 mAh Portable Charger USB C 3-Port PD3.0 Battery Pack Digital Display for $93 (was $150) at Amazon

    Shark robot vacuums

    • Shark AI Robot Vacuum & Mop for $241 (was $480) at Amazon
    • Shark AV2501S AI Ultra Robot Vacuum for $370 (was $550) at Amazon
    • Shark IQ Robot Vacuum AV970 for $220 (was $400) at Amazon

    Kitchen and organization

    • Iris USA 12 Pack 17 Quart Plastic Storage Bin for $72 (was $85) at Amazon
    • Iris USA 19 Quart Stack & Pull 6 pack for $48 (was $60) at Amazon
    • Iris USA 2 Pack Medium 3 Drawers Desktop Storage for $31 (was $35) at Amazon
    • Iris Large Bin, 8 Pack for $40 (was $44) at Amazon
    • Iris USA 4-Tier Shelving Unit for $30 (was $33) at Amazon
    • Iris USA 4-Drawer Storage Cart with Organizer Top for $40 (was $45) at Amazon
    • Iron Flask Sports Water Bottle - 40 Oz for $24 (was $37) at Amazon
    • KitchenAid Classic Series 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer K45SS for $280 (was $330) at Amazon
    • KitchenAid 3.5-Cup Food Chopper for $50 (was $60) at Amazon
    • KitchenAid Stand Mixer Attachment, Food Processor with Commercial Dicing Kit KSM2FPA for $160 (was $250) at Amazon
    • KitchenAid Artisan Series 5 Quart Tilt Head Stand Mixer with Pouring Shield KSM150PS for $380 (was $460) at Amazon
    • KitchenAid KFP0718CU Food Processor, 7 Cup for $80 (was $100) at Amazon

    Games

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    • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for $49 (was $60) at Amazon
    • Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening for $50 (was $60) at Amazon

    DeWalt and Greenworks tools

    • DeWalt 20V MAX XR Multi-Tool Kit for $149 (was $269) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX Hammer Drill and Impact Driver for $259 (was $409) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Impact Wrench with Brushless Motor for $249 (was $349) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX XR Drill/Driver for $123 (was $169) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX XR Hammer Drill Kit for $249 (was $399) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX Angle Grinder and Die Grinder for $299 (was $409) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit for $99 (was $179) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Drill and Impact Driver for $160 (was $239) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX XR Impact Driver, Brushless for $96 (was $149) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Impact Wrench for $188 (was $279) at Amazon
    • DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Drill Combo Kit for $150 (was $271) at Amazon
    • DeWalt Atomic 20V MAX* Cordless Drill, 1/2-Inch, Tool Only for $73 (was $119) at Amazon
    • DeWalt Xtreme 12V MAX* Impact Driver Kit, 1/4-Inch for $97 (was $159) at Amazon
    • Greenworks 170 mph 730 CFM Cordless Handheld Blower for $180 (was $250) at Best Buy
    • Greenworks 16-inch Cutting Diameter Brushless Straight Shaft Grass Trimmer for $170 (was $250) at Best Buy
    • Greenworks 26-inch Cordless Brushless Hedge Trimmer for $180 (was $250) at Best Buy
    • Greenworks 18-inch 80 Volt Cordless Brushless Chainsaw for $300 (was $400) at Best Buy
    • Greenworks 42-inch CrossoverZ Electric Zero Turn Riding Lawn Mower for $4,500 (was $5,500) at Best Buy
    • Greenworks 12-inch Pro 80 Volt Cordless Brushless Snow Shovel for $304 (was $350) at Best Buy

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