The 20 Best Weekend Deals If You Work From Home

We’re coming up on a year since the pandemic first imposed a lockdown in the US, forcing many people to work from home for the first time, and kids to learn remotely. If you’ve yet to make a home office of sorts, temporary or not, now is still a good time, as the pandemic isn’t disappearing just yet. We found several deals this week that can help you get it together, and if you already have your own space, maybe you’ll find something here that’ll make remote learning and working just a little more comfortable.

Our guide on setting up a home office and our work-from-home gift guide have more ideas.

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Workspace Deals

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If you need a new desk, chair, or monitor, a few of our favorites are on sale. You’ll also find a deal on a standing desk mat and monitor mount, among others items.

  • Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk for $479 ($50 off): This is our favorite standing desk. There are desk frames in three height ranges to choose from, and the site explains how to measure and find the perfect fit for your needs. You can save four presets to easily switch between your preferred heights. Depending on the finishes you choose, this desk can cost slightly more, but with the current sale, you can get higher-end finishes for less than normal.
  • FlexiSpot EN1 Standing Desk for $300 ($60 off): WIRED senior associate editor Julian Chokkattu notes that this desk is slightly more time-consuming to assemble than the instructions suggest, but it has the perks of a motorized standing desk at a cheaper price. It can go from a height of 28 to 48 inches, and you can save three height presets. The surface is made from environmentally friendly chipboard, and it doesn’t feel cheap.
  • Staples Ardfield Mesh Back Fabric Task Chair for $60 ($70 off): Reviews editor Jeffrey Van Camp recommends this chair after testing “all the chairs at all the stores” (in the Before Times). It’s not his favorite—that’d be the Staples Hyken, also slightly discounted—and it may not last you a lifetime, but it’s significantly cheaper than most options, especially on sale.
  • LG 34-Inch Ultrawide Monitor for $320 ($60 off): Ultrawide monitors are nice if you need more screen—you can run two full-size browser windows side by side, and many of the Gear team members own one. Van Camp recommends this model, which has a 2,560 x 1,080 resolution, HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, and a speedy response time (if you game during downtime).
  • Vissles-M Portable Touchscreen Monitor for $189 ($20 off): A portable monitor lets you tote it from room to room, so you don’t necessarily need to stay tethered to one desk. It plugs into your laptop via a cable, and you can use it as a secondary screen. Our review has more information.
  • Amazon Basics Premium Single Monitor Stand for $124 ($11 off): Mounting your monitor to an arm such as this one helps you get back some of your desk space. If you have a monitor that’s 32 inches or smaller (that leaves out the ultrawide above), you can use this Amazon Basics arm. We haven’t tested it ourselves, but it comes highly recommended. Need something for a bigger monitor? We like this one from Monoprice.
  • Logitech G513 Mechanical Keyboard for $131 ($20 off): This is our favorite keyboard for most people. It’s relatively quiet (for a mechanical keyboard), comes with a NumPad, and has RGB lighting, but you can turn it off if you prefer.
  • Logitech G203 Wired Mouse for $28 ($12 off): This is in our Best Mouse guide, and it is our pick for the best under $50. Don’t let its low price fool you—it can compete with higher-priced models in sensitivity, and you get six buttons.
  • Aukey FHD Webcam for $28 ($32 off): It’s not our favorite webcam, but it’s one of the only ones consistently in stock, and it’s affordable. It reliably sits on top of a monitor.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Active3 and 27-Inch M5 Smart Monitor for $620 ($100 off): If you already had any interest in getting an Android tablet, you can save $100 on Samsung’s new smart monitor if you buy them together. The tablet is rugged, so it’s meant for a more active environment, and the monitor has a TV interface for when you’re done with work. An option will come up to add the monitor once you add the Galaxy Tab to your cart.
  • CubeFit Terramat for $100 ($5 off with coupon): It’s not a huge discount, but an anti-fatigue mat like this can make standing at a desk more comfortable. There are built-in ridges and bumps that help stimulate and massage your feet, plus a balance bar to work your core and wedges positioned to stretch your calves. Click the on-page coupon to see the discount.

Work From Home Accessory Deals

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The 19 Best Deals From Winter Clearance Sales This Week

Now’s the best time to buy winter gear. The season might be winding down, but the savings are substantial. When I had to buy all my mountain climbing equipment as a budding mountain climber years ago, it was during the annual end-of-winter sales. Plan a few months ahead and you could save some serious money.  

Updated February 25: REI’s winter clearance sale is over, but many items remain on sale, and Backcountry’s and Moosejaw’s winter clearance sales are still going. I’ve crossed out some sold-out items, re-added some that have come back into stock, updated pricing, and added five new deals.

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Technical Gear Deals

19 Best Deals From Winter Clearance Sales Outdoor Apparel Backpacks and More
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Need more ideas? Read our Best Fitness Trackers and Best Laptop Bags guides.

  • REI Flash 18 Pack for $20 ($20 off): Taking a big, bloated pack on a day hike is unnecessary suffering. For a quick “get outside” bag, the Flash 18 is one of our favorites because it’s lightweight and cheap, but has enough room for a rain jacket, lunch, sunscreen, and water.
  • Black Diamond Momentum Climbing Shoes for $70 ($25 off): These are a solid, non-aggressive climbing shoe good for novice climbers and those who, regardless of skill level, tackle certain types of smooth outdoor rock, such as granite slab. They’re some of the most comfortable sub-$100 climbing shoes I’ve worn. The women’s version is on sale for the same price.
  • REI Co-Op Multi Towel Lite for $5 ($5 off): You should have a couple of pack towels when you’re backpacking. Condensation and mist collect on the fabric of your backpack as the weather changes. To keep it from soaking into your fabric and weighing you down, it’s helpful to have a small towel handy to periodically wipe it down.
  • Mountain Hardwear Crag Wagon 35 for $142 ($78 off): If you do any outdoor climbing, you’ll need a pack big enough to haul everything. A regular, little ol’ daypack can work if you’re not carrying a full rack of gear, but it’s nicer to be able to put your helmet and climbing shoes inside instead of dangling them on the outside. This 35-liter pack will swallow all of it, and the front panel unzips to make loading and unloading easier than a top-opening pack.
  • Black Diamond Camalot C4 Package #4-6 for $297 ($32 off): If you want to start climbing trad or need to update your rack, you’re going to need cams. BD’s Camalot C4 series are the standard many of us use by which to judge the competition because of their long, continued existence and ubiquity at any trad route. The new generation is 10 percent lighter than the outgoing C4 cams.
  • Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Cork Trekking Poles for $135 ($45 off): (Update: sold out) I’ve banged and abused carbon fiber Black Diamond trekking poles over some nasty trail rocks and they’ve held up well. The cork hand grips are cushiony and handle sweaty palms well. I’m not sure I’d want to go back to non-cork handles. Trekking poles are useful for stability and taking some of the strain off your legs and knees.
  • Garmin Forerunner 735XT Run-Bundle for $240 ($160 off): WIRED writer Adrienne So, who tests fitness trackers among other things, says this is a great deal. It includes an HRM-Run chest strap that measures your heart rate. The Forerunner 735XL has GPS, is water-resistant to 50 meters, and pairs with your Android or iOS smartphone.
  • Toaks Titanium Folding Spork for $6 ($3 off): If backpacking had a symbol, it’d be the titanium spork. Toaks is a solid manufacturer of titanium cookware. This folder weighs only 0.6 ounces and folds down nice and small in your pack.

Camp and Travel Deals

19 Best Deals From Winter Clearance Sales Outdoor Apparel Backpacks and More
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The Best Presidents’ Day Deals for the Home, Phones, and More

Like the steady beat of a drum, shopping holidays march on in the midst of a pandemic. This weekend, in particular, a few have clashed—there are deals for Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day, plus several winter clearance discounts as the season winds down. We parsed through dozens of stores and rounded up the best Presidents’ Day deals below. 

Be sure to check out our many other buying guides, such as the Best Electric Toothbrushes and Best Base Layers.

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Mattress, Home, and Health Deals


Helix Midnight Luxe Mattress

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This weekend is one of the best times to buy a mattress. For year-round recommendations, read our Best Mattresses and Best Robot Vacuums guides.

Outdoor Gear and Apparel Deals

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Moment MTW Backpack

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The 14 Best Weekend Deals on Speakers, Video Games, and More

An isolated, wintertime quarantine is no joke. Luckily, there are no shortage of ways to spend the cold winter months inside, whether you’re sipping hot cocoa, cuddling in front of a fire, or burning your eyeballs out by playing hours of video games a day (guilty). If you’re restlessly scrolling, looking for entertainment, we have some options here with this weekend’s deals. We also found affordable prices on one of our favorite small Bluetooth speakers, a soundbar, and the best video calling device on the market. 

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Our Favorite Video Calling Device Is $50 Off

14 Best Weekend Deals Speakers Video Games and More
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It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that Facebook’s Portal devices have saved my (Adrienne) family in quarantine. We have a standard Portal my daughter and I use for Zooms with friends (her) and coworkers (me). We also have a Portal TV that made the chaotic holiday video calls so much easier and more enjoyable.

If you detest the idea of giving Facebook more than the smallest fraction of your salary, however, this is one of the best deals I’ve seen on the Portal Mini. It has all the functionality of the standard Portal but costs much less. If you and your significant other are currently more long-distance than normal, this would also make a great Valentine’s Day gift.

The Facebook Portal Mini Is On Sale for $79 ($50 off)

TV and Audio Deals

Yamaha YAS 209 Soundbar in black with subwoofer

Yamaha’s YAS-209BL soundbar.

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Put Your Gift Cards to Use With These After-Christmas Sales

Considering we’ve all been staying indoors and social distancing, chances are high you got a digital gift or virtual gift card this holiday season. The best way to spend gift cards (or pick up a last-minute present) is by ensuring you get a good discount, which is why we’ve rounded up some of the best after-Christmas deals on products we tested and like this year.

And if the too-small sweater or clunky headphones under the tree didn’t make your nice list, here’s how to return everything.

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Outdoor and Fitness Deals

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January is rife with deals on fitness and outdoor gear thanks to the newfound determination of people with New Year’s resolutions. If the health-related gadget or gizmo you’ve been eyeing isn’t on sale yet, it probably will be soon.

  • REI Year-End Sale: Up to 50 percent off: Nearly every category of outdoor gear that REI sells is discounted. These sorts of big, sweeping discounts aren’t particularly rare for REI, but they are the best times to see if any brand you love has some good deals. For example, all of us on the Gear team swear by DarnTough socks, and a few of the Hiker styles are discounted. They’re ultra-warm and great for cold weather (and backed by a lifetime guarantee).

  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 for $339 ($61 off): If you’re looking for an Apple Watch alternative, this is it. It has blood oxygen saturation measuring capabilities, an electrocardiogram, and you can do all the usual smartwatch functions like step tracking and responding to notifications on your phone. It’ll work on iPhones but with limited functionality. If you don’t want to spend as much, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 is also a good option with a similar feature set for $200 ($70 off).

  • Fossil Gen 5E Men’s for $139 ($110 off) and Women’s for $139 ($110 off): This is the best deal we’ve seen on these relatively new watches, even better than Fossil’s Black Friday sale. At this price, they’re great options for checking notifications and basic fitness tracking, but the battery will last only a day, and they’re not super speedy.

  • Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Sapphire Edition for $350 ($400 off): This isn’t the latest Garmin, but if you’re a multisport athlete in search of a rugged fitness watch, this is a great option on sale. It offers color topographic maps, route tracking, an altimeter, and GPS functionality. It’ll also analyze your heart rate to tell you what level of activity your body is ready for. The display is protected by sapphire crystal, which is tougher to scratch than glass.

  • Beats Powerbeats Pro for $170 ($80 off): Earbuds keep falling off when you work out? These will stay in no matter what you’re doing and have good sound quality and 9-hour battery life. Our review has more details.

  • Apple Watch Series 6 for $350 ($49 off): This is the best smartwatch if you have an iPhone. It can track sleep, blood oxygen saturation and the level of ambient noise around you, plus it has an ECG and can do plenty more. Read our review.

Tech and Gaming Deals

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You’ll find more laptop recommendations in our Best Laptops and Best Cheap Laptops guides.

MacBook Air (Early 2020) for $869 ($130 off)

B&H, Walmart ($890)

Specs: Intel Core i3 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

This is the previous model Air, released in the spring of 2020, meaning it uses an Intel processor instead of Apple silicon. It’s an excellent machine, but if you have the extra money, we recommend the new Air with the M1 chip as it’s more powerful, has longer battery life, and is silent. You’ll also get longer support from Apple going forward.

MacBook Pro 16-Inch for $2,199 ($200 off)


Specs: Intel Core i7 CPU, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD

This deal is for Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends), which packs a good bit of power in a thin and sleek machine. The two main downsides are price and battery life.

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Surface Pro 7

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Surface Pro 7 With Type Cover for $800 ($350 off)

Microsoft Store

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD

The Surface Pro 7 is one of our favorite laptop-tablet hybrids (8/10, WIRED Recommends). There are cheaper Surfaces, but this is a good price on the best hybrid model. It comes with a keyboard and sleeve. Be sure to grab the pen if you want to use tablet mode for notes or drawing.

Surface Laptop Go for $800 ($100 off)

Microsoft Store

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

The new Surface Laptop Go is a great little machine. The screen isn’t the best, but if you can live with it, it’s one of the most portable, dare I say fun, laptops I’ve tried this year.

Lenovo Yoga C740 for $640 ($160 off)

Amazon ($630), Walmart

Specs: Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

The Lenovo Yoga C740 does a good job of straddling the line between work machine and home machine, making it ideal for these times. The 2-in-1 design allows for laptop use during the day, entertainment center in the evening.

Lenovo Thinkpad X13 for $626 ($512 off)

Lenovo Store (Enter THINKCMSALE at Checkout)

Specs: AMD Ryzen 5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD

This X13 features AMD Ryzen chips. The base model uses a Ryzen 3, but the deal we have in mind is the Ryzen 5. Click the “customize” button to add the Ryzen 5 and upgrade the screen to the HD (1080p) IPS display. That brings the total to $725. Still a good deal on a much nicer machine. For an extra $150 you can double the RAM to 16 gigabytes, which is well worth it since the X13’s RAM is soldered on, and not user-upgradable.

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Specs: Intel Core i7 CPU, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD

This laptop might not look flashy, but it’s solid, and WIRED reviewer Scott Gilbertson likes the keyboard a lot. It isn’t the most powerful editing or gaming machine, but if you aren’t looking to do anything too CPU-heavy, it’s a safe bet.

Asus Chromebook Flip C434 for $479 ($91 off)


Specs: Intel Core M3 CPU, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB SSD

This is our favorite Chromebook. It strikes a good balance between price, power, and features. The 2-in-1 design allows for a tablet mode when you’re watching movies (or using Android apps), but you can simply stick to the traditional laptop mode too. The screen is sharp compared with other Chromebooks, and the battery lasts all day.

Home Office Deals

Standing desk

Fully Jarvis

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We rounded up even more deals on work from home gear here.

Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk (30×24) for $475 ($44 off)


Many of us at WIRED love this standing desk. It’s easy to adjust the height, and if you don’t mind paying for them, you can choose from several options to customize the desk further. If you’re tired of sitting all day while working from home, this is a good way to sneak in some more activity.

Staples Hyken Mesh Task Chair for $150 ($80 off)

Staples, Amazon ($170, $50 off)

Ask WIRED reviews editor Jeffrey Van Camp which budget-conscious chair you should get, and this is what he’ll recommend. It’s comfortable and supportive, and a good chair can make a big difference when you’re sitting at your computer all day.

LG 34-Inch Ultrawide Full HD Monitor for $330 ($50 off)

Amazon, Best Buy, Adorama

WIRED’s Jeffrey Van Camp uses and likes this LG monitor. It has HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, a sharp pixel resolution, and a quick response time. If you tend to have way too many tabs open, ultrawide monitors are the way to go—they can simultaneously display two full-size browser windows side by side.

Aukey KM-G12 Keyboard for $40 ($25 off)

Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)

The best budget mechanical keyboard is cheaper than ever before. Seriously, this is a steal. Be sure to click on the coupon, then an additional discount will be applied at checkout, bringing the price down to $40.

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Aukey HD Webcam

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Aukey HD Webcam for $30 ($20 off)


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Burn Off That Turkey With These Black Friday Fitness Deals

Women’s: Backcountry, Moosejaw

Sweaty underwear is a surefire way to drag down your hike from enjoyable escape to soul-sucking drudgery. Damp cloth chafes, which can rub your skin raw, and when it’s cold outside the sweat will chill out. Swap out your everyday cotton undies for a pair of quick-drying, sweat-wicking synthetics.

Solo Stove Bonfire for $230 ($110 off)

Solo Stove

Solo Stoves are more efficient wood-burners than traditional campfires, emitting less smoke and leaving less ash behind. We reviewed a similar version recently if you want to learn more, but the Bonfire is much more portable. Just toss it in the truck and take it wherever you plan on pitching camp for the night.

An even smaller and lighter version, the Solo Stove Lite, is available for $70 ($20 off). It’s great for cooking dinner or just boiling water. The company is running a BOGO offer on the Lite, so if you buy one you can gift another to your hiking buddy for free. Stoves like the larger Titan and larger-still Campfire are also on sale and have the same BOGO free offer.

Solo Stove Grill Ultimate Bundle for $550 ($225 off)

Solo Stove

If you’re less concerned with moving quickly to cover ground and just want to go car camping, the charcoal-fed Ultimate Grill is big enough to cook for everyone. The Ultimate Bundle comes with two stands of different heights, a grill cover, grilling tools, starter nuggets (for starting the fire), charcoal briquettes, and a carry case.

Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket for $139 ($60 off)

Women’s: BackcountryMen’s: Backcountry, Dick’s Sporting Goods

You’ll rarely hike in a puffy jacket—they’re just too warm. These are best for when you’re stopped to eat a meal or stepping out of your tent at night to tighten the guylines. The Nano Puff is a lightweight, compact synthetic-insulation jacket that’s plenty warm enough for subfreezing temps.

Climbing Gear Deals

women's climbing harness

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If you can’t wait to climb, then don’t wait. I learned in 40-degree rain on granite slab, and I swear it taught me balance and poise better than if I had learned on toasty, dry rocks in the summer.

Black Diamond Solution Harness for $56 ($19 off)

Backcountry, Moosejaw

This is enough harness for any sport climbing route, outdoors or indoors at a climbing gym. It’s what I use, because it’s well padded and easy to adjust, so you won’t mind spending a full day at the climbing gym in your harness. There’s a women’s version, too.

Petzl Grigri Belay Device for $82 ($28 off)

Backcountry, Moosejaw

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You Really Should Peek at These Black Friday TV Deals

Vizio’s first-ever OLED is also the cheapest new OLED we’ve ever seen, with a shocking $400 discount right now. It’s one of the best-looking TVs we’ve seen all year, with fantastic black levels and HDMI 2.1 ports that mean you’ll get up to 120 Hz at 4K resolution with consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X—the same performance you’d get with the LG CX we list next, but without the added benefits of the Nvidia G-Sync that television has.

Best Picture—LG CX OLED TV for $1,400 ($400 off)

Best Buy, Walmart ($1,648)

LG’s CX OLED is one of the prettiest TVs of 2020, which makes this sale one of the best you’ll find this Black Friday. It’s got a super-low refresh rate option and Nvidia G-Sync for working as a computer monitor, and it’s also one of the few models that can do 4K at 120 frames per second to make video games look even better on next-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

LG BX OLED for $1,197 ($403 off)

Amazon, Target, Walmart ($1,300), Best Buy

If you don’t need the super speedy 120-Hz 4K for gaming, the step down from the LG CX is an astonishing deal this Black Friday. For just under $1,200, you can get very nearly the same image quality as you do with LG’s higher-tiered models, with some of the best contrast on the market.

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Sony A8H

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Sony A8H OLED 65-Inch TV for $1,798 ($500 off)

Best Buy, B&H

WIRED reviewer Jess Grey says this is one of the prettiest TVs she’s ever seen, and I’m inclined to believe her. If you’re after a shockingly beautiful screen to complete your fancy quarantine theater, look no further.

Samsung Q80T 55-Inch TV for $1,048 ($252 off)

Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy

Samsung’s Q80T has smart backlighting and quantum dot (QLED) technology, offering some of the best contrast you’ll find on a non-OLED TV. I also like that it has a central pedestal to stand on, so it will fit on older TV stands that aren’t excessively wide.

Samsung Q60T 50-Inch TV for $498 ($152 off)

Walmart, Best Buy

TVs smaller than 55 inches are not so common these days, but this is a good option for those who need to squeeze a television into a smaller space. It has Samsung’s quantum dot technology for brighter colors, and it comes with a decent smart interface for streaming your favorite channels.

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Early Cyber Monday Deals on Pandemic Supplies

We like these masks so much that we included them in not only our Best Face Masks guide, but also our 2020 Wish List. Buy the size that fits, use the head tie to adjust the fit, and cut off the excess strap for comfort.

Baggu Fabric 3-Mask Set for $24 ($8 off)


We also like Baggu’s reusable masks, which were comfortable enough to sleep in when a WIRED staffer’s parent got Covid-19. There are fun designs here, but they’re selling out fast. You’ll see the discount at checkout. Baggu is also having a 25 percent off sale sitewide through Cyber Monday.

Disposable Face Masks for $8 ($22 off)


This pack of face masks fell to the same price on Amazon Prime Day. Disposable face masks are not the most environmentally friendly option—we do recommend investing in some reusable masks—but these are lightweight and effective. They’re a good option if you’re prone to dreaded mascne.

Con.Struct Face Mask 6-Pack for $17 ($7 off)


We are genuinely shocked by how well made and durable these masks are for the price. Right now, they’re less than $3 per mask, and the double-layered cotton (with a filter pocket) is thick enough to block light and, hopefully, any infectious respiratory particles.

Cleaning and Medical Device Deals

hand sanitizer

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Don’t panic—you don’t need to frantically sterilize everything nearby as we did in the spring. Still, it can’t hurt to clean your hands and keep high-traffic areas wiped down. These may help.

Olika Hand Sanitizer Multipacks for $34 ($8 off)

Amazon (click the coupon button)

Amazon will apply additional coupon savings at checkout. If you don’t want to make your own hand sanitizer and you’re tired of vodka-scented mass-produced sanitizer, this deal might be up your alley.

iHealth No-Touch Forehead Thermometer for $24 ($20 off)


This thermometer usually costs between $30 and $50. It uses an infrared beam to give a body temperature reading in just one second, so you won’t have to deal with probing under a sick kid’s tongue.

Kinsa QuickCare Smart Thermometer for $20 ($5 off)

Amazon (click the coupon button)

Click the on-page coupon to get this deal. We don’t love that this product requires an app, but if you’re OK with pairing it to your phone and sharing your temperature data, the price is good. The app allows you to track your data over time, so you can see if your temperature is trending higher or lower.

Cleancult Home Cleaning Bundle for $80 ($57 off)


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