This roundup of great online deals include free feature-length films on Amazon Instant, buy-one, get-one Starbucks eGift cards, a killer Chromebook for less than $230, as well as deep discounts on products ranging from portable solar chargers to camping chairs and a watermelon knife priced as good as it looks.
12 'Don't Miss' Daily Deals
Why we love it: This is priced at $40, but use promotion code JSN3F719 at Amazon's checkout and drop the price in half! In addition to white noise to drown out the sounds of the city, insomniacs can choose from eight natural backdrop sounds, ranging from babbling brooks to ocean waves or thunderstorms. Optional battery power offers portability to ensure a good night's sleep no matter the location or destination.
Why we love it: At just under $20, these boots are just one of hundreds of deals included in the U.K.-based ASOS sitewide sale offering up to 50 percent off a huge selection of shoes and fashions. Free shipping kicks in at $40; otherwise, expect a flat rate of $4 per order.
Why we love it: This budget-friendly laptop for $229 -- with its 1080p screen, 4GB of ram and 16GB of flash memory -- draws an average 4.4 stars from nearly 500 reviews, with Amazon customers citing lightning-fast startup and a battery that can keep users online for up to nine hours between charges.
Why we love it: Free coffee! -- well, sort of. Just install the new Starbucks add-in for Outlook -- meant to help users of Microsoft's business software schedule meetings at chain locations -- and send an eGift card of $5 or more to a java junkie, getting a kickback in the form of a $5 eGift card for yourself.
Why we love it: All-Battery's deal on this practical and powerful 14-watt solar charging solution not only lets you power up while off the grid, but with a price that betters every other online retailer by at least $7. Its two built-in USB ports allow two smartphones or mobile devices to charge at the same time.
Why we love it: Walmart's rollback is likely in response to Amazon dropping the price on this little kitchen helper. Amazon prime members get free shipping, but Walmart offers near-instant gratification with same-day, in-store pickup.
Why we love it: Costco's discount on this Nutribullet provides a good incentive to get more fresh fruits and veggies into a diet, particularly considering the price is $2 cheaper than Amazon's lowest and $20 cheaper than the next nearest online retailer.
Why we love it: A 31 percent discount makes this Amazon deal on assorted Lego bricks a great gift for a new builder or the perfect complement for a master builder. The colorful assortment comes with a baseplate, window, eyes, and plenty of wheels and is packd in a clever plastic storage box.
Why we love it: Use coupon code TRAVEL10 to bring the total cost of this travel deal from Buydig just below $100, or $25 cheaper than the next best price online. Available in red or black, and backed by Samsonite's 10-year limited warranty, this compact collection is perfect for every destination, no matter how long the trip.
Why we love it: This deal from Kmart lets campers and party planners stock up on portable and comfortable seating without going broke. Spend $35 and save even more by qualifying for free shipping for seating in the buyer's choice of colors.
Why we love it: A fun family movie at a price that can't be beat, "The Croods" is offered by Amazon's Instant Video special as a perk for existing Prime members and a decent incentive for anyone thinking about signing up for the premium membership, which continues to offer benefits beyond free shipping.
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