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Prime Day Deals Part Deux
There's one more day to take advantage of some really great deals. Take a look.
Helping you branch out with some retail therapy.
Yesterday, I wrote about ten special items on sale for Prime Day…today I bring you ten more items that I uncovered.
I always swore I wouldn’t get an Apple Watch, but once I did (when it wasn’t on sale, dammit), I was happy about my decision. If you’re in the don’t-have-one-yet camp, this one is a pretty good deal.
Need JEANS? Even if you don’t, who can say no to these Levi’s at the very fair price of $42.74 (marked down from $79.50).
For your reading pleasure…an amazing tale of reimagining, reinvention, and resetting in a disruptive world. Entrepreneur and PR powerhouse Maureen Lippe puts on her coaching hat in this book and along with therapists and others, offers up her 8-Step Reinvention Toolkit with tips and life hacks. Just $0.99 will bring you the digital version of this invaluable guide.
Ring, ring, who’s there? No more guessing with this Ring Video Doorbell, which gives you a sneak preview of who’s at your door. If the 45% discount doesn’t ring your bell, I don’t know what will.
Smile…and flash those pearly whites with help from these Crest Whitestrips. They yield 18 treatments and are said to gently remove 15 years of stains from your teeth.
You might want to buy these Alo Bike Shorts for $88, but what would you do if they were $39.99? Thought so.
Night sweats call for a cooling pillow. How about two, while you’re at it? At less than $40 for both, a win-win.
Weight, what? Get strong and fit with these two, three and five-pound weights at a weighty discount of 29 percent.
With all the rain everyone is having (well, mostly everyone), you can never have too many umbrellas. Be prepared with this windproof brolly.
Stay hydrated on-the-go without sweating the details of what is in that water. This BRITA water bottle that is car-cupholder-friendly filters out the unpleasant stuff while keeping your water honest and clean. The company claims using one can replace 1800 single-use water bottles a year.
I am an Amazon Affiliate, meaning I get a small amount from qualifying purchases. (But I never recommend products I don’t personally believe in. Honest.)