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Green Deals: Pick up a 4-pack of Philips A19 LED Light Bulbs for just $7 (Reg. $10+), more


Home Depot offers a four-pack of Philips 60W A19 LED Light Bulbs for $6.97 with free in-store pick up. For comparison, it typically retails for $10 or more elsewhere online. Make the jump to LED lights with a four-pack and save big over the lifetime of this product. These A19 replacement bulbs will cost around $1 to run per year and are expected to last around 10,000 hours. Rated 4.5/5 stars.

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Philips LED A-shape light bulbs are a smart alternative to standard incandescent and designed to deliver everyday value and effective, consistent light. This Philips 8.5-Watt LED A19 household light bulb is the perfect replacement for anywhere traditional light bulbs are used, such as table or floor lamps. This 8.5-Watt 2700K (Soft White) LED A19 provides a warm and comfortable light, perfect for your living room, bedroom, kitchen or any place in your home where you would use a standard incandescent light bulb. The Philips LED A19 household light bulb provides 360 Degree all around light and can replace your current 60-Watt light bulb.



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Apple’s 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro brings power and a beautiful display to your work: $1,600 shipped (Reg. $1,999)


Everyone needs a reliable uninterruptible power supply, score this CyberPower model for $85 shipped (Reg. $140)


Bring Nomad’s handsome Italian Leather Apple Watch Bands to your wrist for as low as $80 shipped

PowerTime Apple Watch Charging Dock w/ 3 USB Ports: $39 shipped (Reg. $49)

Just $9 Prime shipped for a new Apple Watch band? Sounds good to me.


Amazon Prime Day 2016 revealed: Tons of deals, increased inventory and Alexa specials for Echo owners


Parallels Desktop 11: Run Windows/Android/Linux/anything seamlessly on your Mac: $40 (50% off) shipped or less


App Store Free App of the Week: Mimpi Dreams puzzle-platformer goes free for the first time (Reg. $2)

Apple offering free download of sketching app Procreate via Apple Store app

One of the best sniper titles on the App Store just went 50% off: Hitman Sniper $1 (Reg. $2)


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Amazon Prime Day offers up deep deals on SONOS refurbished speakers: PLAY:3 $224, more

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  • Games/Apps: Batman Arkham Knight $20, PS Plus 1yr. $40, freebies, more
  • Kevin Durant probably didn’t train on this basketball hoop, but it’s still a great deal at $500
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Load up on $5 HD movies: Gone Girl, Peanuts Movie, Spy, much more


Illuminate your garden or outdoor space w/ the OSRAM LIGHTIFY Kit $54 shipped



Das Keyboard’s new cloud-connected keyboard displays valuable information behind each letter

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