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    Pick the Yankee Candle items displayed on the list, and the second one of equal or lesser value will be free. Add 2 of the same candle, or mix-and-match.

    Shipping is free with a before-coupon total of $25. For example, add two 12oz Meadow Showers for $17 each, which total $34 before discount, and pay a total of $17 with free shipping for 2. Normally $20 each.

    For a similar deal, PayPal is offering a Yankee Candle $50 Gift Card for $40.

    $25
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    First-time customers of Target orders through Google Express get 20% off (max $30 savings) with code LETSBUY20?. Apply that code during checkout of a Nintendo Switch Console to get it for $270. Normally $300.

    $270
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    Code SAMSUNG20 gives $5 off of the $25 Xbox Gift Card. Delivered by email.

    $25
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    AirBnB $100 Gift Card for $92. Burger King $25 Gift Card for $20. Bed Bath & Beyond $100 Gift Card for $90. Domino's Pizza $25 Gift Card for $25, free $5 eGift Card for you. Groupon $100 Gift Card for $90. Yankee Candle $50 Gift Card for $40. Works in-store and online. Most of these deliver by email within hours from purchase.

    $100
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    36-pack of assorted markers for whiteboards for $14. Other stores sell it for about $45.

    $14
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    Dell Chromebook 3180 with 11.6" screen, Intel Celeron N3060 CPU, 4GB memory, and 16GB storage for $219 with free shipping, and code CHROME50 applies $50 off.

    It's not that unusual to find a Chromebook for about $169 from HP and Acer, but Dell's Chromebook prices are usually a little more.

    $169
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    This is the best time of year to find gift card deals, as shoppers race to find something thoughtful to give to friends and family. Statistically, gift cards are preferred more than random gifts that turn into clutter in someone's home. This explains why gift cards are appreciated more in surveys than other gifts.

    Deals at local places: 99 Restaurant $25 Gift Card for $25, get a $5 bonus card. Alamo Drafthouse Movie Theater $50 Worth of Gift Cards for $50, get a free $10 snack pass for you. Bonefish Grill $50 Worth of Gift Cards for $50, get a $10 bonus card for you. Buffalo Wild Wings $25 Gift Card for $25, get $5 bonus for you. California Pizza Kitchen $100 Gift Card for $100, get $20 promotional card for you. Chili's $50 Worth of Gift Cards for $50, get $10 bonus for you. Chipotle $30 Gift Card for $30, then buy-one/get-one free burrito, bowl, salad, or tacos for you. Dunkin Donuts $20 Gift Card for $20, get a bonus $5 eGift Card. Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar $100 Gift Card for $100, get a $20 bonus card. Half Price Books $25 Gift Card for $25, get a $5 bonus for you. IHOP $25 Gift Card for $25, get a free $5 coupon valid until Jan 31. Must purchase in-store at an IHOP location to get the deal. JCPenney $100 Gift Card for $100, get a $25 off $25 coupon for you. L.L.Bean $50 Gift Card for $50, get a free $10 gift card. Details on the top of their page. Longhorn Steakhouse $25 Gift Worth of Gift Cards for $25, get $5 off when purchasing two adult dinner entrees from Jan 1 through Feb 4. Morton's Steakhouse $250 Gift Card for $250, get a free $50 reward card valid until May. Outback Steakhouse $50 Gift Card for $50, get $10 bonus valid until Feb 11. Panera Bread $50 Gift Card for $50, get $10 bonus valid Jan 1 through Jan 22. 2 Regal Cinema $25 Gift Cards for $50 in-store, get a free $10 concessions bonus card valid Jan 1 through Feb 28. Must buy the gift cards at a Regal Cinemas location. Ruby Tuesday $50 Worth of Gift Cards for $50, get a $15 bonus card valid Jan 1 through March 6. Starbucks $50 eGift Card for $50, get a free $5 Amazon promotional credit with code COFFEE during checkout. 5 Starbucks $15 Gift Cards for $72 (saves $3). Showcase Cinema $25 Gift Card for $25, get a free $5 bonus card valid Jan 17 through April 12. 2 Spaghetti Warehouse $25 Gift Cards for $30 (save $20) TGI Fridays $25 Gift Card for $25, get a Bonus Bites card worth $5 and a free 1-night movie or game rental from Redbox. TopGolf $50 Gift Card for $50, get a bonus $10 card. Valid on game play, lessons, food, and drinks. TooJay's Deli $25 Gift Card for $25, get a $5 bonus card valid until Feb 28. Details displayed on one of the banner graphics on the front page. Target free gift cards with purchases: Click here, then click "Free Target Gift card with Purchase Promotions" to see a full list of free gift cards you can get with purchases. For example, get a $5 gift card free when buying $20 worth of cold, cough, and flu health care items. Also, a free $50 gift card when you buy 2 select video games. Airline gift cards: 3% off Southwest Airlines Gift Card, email delivery. Deals for Costco members only: 10 AMC Movie Tickets for $90. Choose 1 of the "Yellow" tickets, or residents of CA, NY, and NJ need to choose the more expensive "Black" tickets. 2 Buca di Beppo $50 Gift Cards for $72 shipped from Costco (save $28) 4 Cold Stone Creamery $25 eGift Cards for $70 (save $30) 4 Krispy Kreme $15 Gift Cards for $45 (save $15) $25 iTunes & Apple App Store eGift Card for $21.50 (save $4.50) $100 iTunes & Apple App Store eGift Card for $85 (save $15) $200 iTunes & Apple App Store eGift Card for $165 (save $35) 2 P.F. Chang's $50 Gift Cards for $80 from Costco (save $20) 5 Peet's Coffee & Tea $20 Gift Cards for $80 from Costco (save $20). 4 Regal Entertainment Movie Tickets for $36. Choose 1 ePremiere 4-Pack eTickets for $36, or 1 Restricted ePremiere 4-Pack eTickets for $40. Restricted tickets work in all states, whereas regular tickets will not work in CA, NY, NJ, PA, MD, VA, and DC. Present the ePremiere tickets at the box office counter at a Regal theater. Extra fees if you use the tickets toward a 3D, IMAX, or special showing that costs more than a regular ticket. 4 Smashburger $25 Gift Cards for $75 from Costco (save $25) You can give or keep as many cards as you want.

    All gift cards never expire until fully used. Promotional gift cards that are given free do expire within a specified time (check the details on their site).

    $25
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    Yesterday, the FCC, lead by Republican-commissioned Ajit Pai, voted to de-classify telecom companies from Title II status, giving extraordinary powers to cable and Internet providers and ending the core principles the Internet that have been around since the late 1980s. Instead of companies paying for the amount of bandwidth they use, cable providers will force companies to pay based on the content they provide. Consumers will wind up paying for the increased costs.

    What is important to know: Your home Internet service provider (ISP) can change the way you access sites, stream content, and use free services. They claim that is not what they will do, yet they spent millions of dollars successfully lobbying to get this very power. Comcast, for example, recently rescinded a promise to never alter Internet accessibility with fast-lane tolls, and is already hinting that fast-lanes (tolls levied on companies that deliver content to their users) will soon be a new source of revenue for them. Cost of doing business online could rise, stifling small companies and entrepreneurs. Cable companies, can now prioritize their own Internet sites and force others to pay tolls. States will lose the right to pass laws protecting consumers and small businesses from monopoly-controlled price gauging and unfair competition practices. This is the part that goes further than a "repeal" of the Net Neutrality. The (somewhat) good news: It will take at least 60 days for changes to take effect. Implementing such drastic changes to millions of customers takes time, plus there is a 60 day window where congress can override the action, and ISPs will not want to shake things up until then. Also, the FCC needs to publish the new rules, a procedural step that can take a few months. Plus, some states & small business groups are planning lawsuits which could delay the implementation by a few more months. No country has ever shifted away from Net Neutrality policies, so this is uncharted territory. We look at past behavior by telecom corporations and industry professionals to predict what they will do to the Internet.

    Probably will happen first: We believe streaming video services will be effected first. Netflix, already in long fights with Verizon and Comcast, will see their service slowed or be forced to pay tolls. Customers will see either reduced Netflix quality or higher prices. Note that Netflix had been kicking cable TV's butt, partly by low-cost offerings, and partly by offering true 4K video streaming at 4 times the video quality over the best cable TV offerings. YouTube, Twitter, and similar user-submitted video sharing sites are big targets for cable companies looking to tap into the ad revenue generated by those videos. Cable companies want to own and control content, as evidence by their recent acquisitions of NBC by Comcast and Yahoo, AOL, HuffPost and Flickr by Verizon. Expect to see cable companies invest in marketing campaigns, not new infrastructure, as they shift from infrastructure connection providers to gatekeepers of content. Probably will start happening at some point: As companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Skype are charged tolls to reach customers, "consumers will end up paying higher prices for essentially the same service," says Roger Kay, an independent technology and market analyst. Every site from online banks to workout apps could be hit with higher online costs, and pass those extra costs as surcharges consumers. Some protocol blocking may happen at some point. Most at-risk are person-to-person direct communications like file sharing apps, video call apps, and Internet telephony services like Google Voice and Skype. Telecom companies, who once owned all telephone communications in the country until the Internet was invented, will again control most communications in the US and may want that source of revenue back. Some cable and wireless providers will soon offer Tiered Internet Services, featuring progressively increasing price points to access sites suited to consumers' needs. This pricing based on favoritism will mostly effect home-office users and cord cutters who access the Internet a lot. For example, people who use Twitter and Instagram might trigger bills from their cable companies (tolls) for accessing those sites. Even if Twitter & Instagram pay the bills, they will pass those costs onto consumers. This idea goes against the core principal of the Internet, which provided equal access and equal opportunity for everyone. Many small tech businesses, already worried about cable companies crippling their innovative ideas by charging tolls, may find it harder to thrive in the early stages. Startups may be forced to find cash to pay the Internet tolls, or shift their offerings to other countries with lower costs to acquire customers (exporting their jobs & innovation to other countries). Unlikely to happen, but technically could happen under the new FCC telecom rules: Internet providers who want to push their own political interests could block customer access to opposing viewpoints, but those cases would probably not happen. It is true the FCC is dismantling the legal protections on which the Internet depends on, leaving many people worried speech will be squashed, but most people will see sites slowed and rates go up. Information will (probably) not be blocked. This means the hypothetical ComcastSucks.com will still be accessible to Comcast customers, but it might load slower than other sites. New sites relegated to slower customer access may struggle to get users since about half of mobile customers abandon a site that takes more than 3 seconds to load. Regardless, changes will be slow to implement while 83% of Americans do not like the new FCC rules.

    Telecom companies have a long history of overcharging customers, anticompetitive business practices, and the worst customer service in the US. Those will be the companies now trusted to lead most of the US Internet infrastructure for the foreseeable future. It is doubtful they will operate with consumer and small business interests in mind, and will effect innovation and entrepreneurship as the cost of doing business online rises.

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    Apply coupon code GIFT10 during checkout to get it for $30 with free shipping. Similar ones sell for about $45.

    $30
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    iPhone users who use Apple Pay on their phone at participating retailers can get a $5 App Store gift card.

    To use, open "Apple Wallet" on your iPhone, scan your credit card, and use your Apple Wallet to checkout from a participating retailer. Retailers include: Wayfair, Macy's, JCPenney, Kenneth Cole, and eBags.

    $5
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    Lenovo IdeaCentre laptop with AMD A9-Series CPU, 4GB memory, 1TB hard drive, mouse, keyboard, CD/DVD reader/writer drive, Bluetooth, Wifi, and Windows 10 for $280.

    $280
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    Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3" Laptop for $799. Has an Intel Core i5-7300U CPU, 4GB memory, 128GB SSD, and a MicroSD memory card slot. Includes detachable keyboard.

    Normally $900 to $929 for this laptop.

    Also other models are on sale.

    $799
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    Two-pack of Mainstays 17oz Double-Wall Vacuum Water Bottles for $8. Not dishwasher friendly (hand-wash only). Available in Blue & Stainless, Black & White, and Gold and Berry.

    Choose in-store pickup to avoid a shipping fee.

    Normally $9 each.

    $8
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    Pay $10 to get a $20 Uber gift card, valid on Uber rides. Expires tonight.

    Limit one per Raise account (email address) and credit card. You can order more than one by using a separate email address and credit card.

    $20
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    Speaking from experience, dogs really love this game. Stuff the squirrels inside the fluffy log, and dogs will work on getting them out.

    $11
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    Acer Chromebook Notbook with 11.6" Touchscreen IPS display, 4GB memory, and 16GB storage for $200. Normally $280.

    A Chromebook is basically a stripped-down version of a laptop, where the Windows operating system and all the software has been replaced by a Chrome web browser. With Chrome, you can surf the web, access spreadsheets and docs from Google Apps, and use note-taking tools. You don't get access to complex software like Photoshop, however your Chrome browser can access online photo editing tools.

    $200
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    $5 off any print book purchases over $15 using code BOOKGIFT17

    $5
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    Today only, save $20 for every $100 you spend. Valid on most items except toys, sporting goods, gift cards, prepaid cards, SLR cameras and lenses, and products by Google, Bone, Sonos, JBL, GoPro, Samsung, LG, Xbox, PS4, and Apple.

    For example, TCL 55-inch 4K 2160p Smart TV with HDR and Roku for $399. Add something else small to get above $400, then you get $80 off $400, making the TV $320. Normally sells for $400 to $450.

    $20
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    The Klean Kanteen Insulated Wide containers are our favorite drinking mugs for the car and office. It keeps coffee hot for about 6-8 hours, and ice water cold for about 24 hours. Its drinking hole prevents spills, the 18/8 stainless material is rust-resistant, and the plastic parts are BPA-free.

    This is a popular gift item on our list, for the people we know who drink coffee or tea at their work desks.

    Amazon sells these for about $21 to $30, depending on the size and color. Other stores, such as REI, sell them for about $30. Today, deals directly on the Klean Kanteen website save about $5 to $10 off the average prices: Klean Kanteen 12oz Mug with Cafe Cap for $21 with free shipping. Klean Kanteen 16oz Mug with Cafe Cap for $21 with free shipping, when signing up to their email mailing list. A 10% discount code appears on your screen when signing up. Klean Kanteen 20oz Mug with Cafe Cap for $22.25 with free shipping, when signing up to their email mailing list. A 10% discount code appears on your screen when signing up. The 10% discount code (for signup) can be applied to the 12oz mug, but you lose free shipping since the total is below $20. However, you can apply the code and add something else, like a Loop Cap for $5.35 and get free shipping.

    Orders placed by Dec 14 will be delivered by Christmas.

    To put the sizes in perspective, the 12oz is the size of a "Tall" coffee at Starbucks.

    Many coffee shops give discounts when bringing your own cup. Buy coffee at a Starbucks using your Klean Kanteen mug, and get a 10? discount each time. Other coffee shops may give bigger discounts. For example, our local Whole Foods recently started filling 16oz (or less) mugs with coffee for $1 each.

    $21
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    When Amazon runs a Logitech sale, it's usually a good source of deals on popular keyboards, mice, and speakers. Today's deals include: Logitech K480 Bluetooth Wireless Mini Keyboard for Tablets & Smartphones for $20. Also available in white for $1 more. Logitech Wireless Performance MX Mouse for $40. Normally about $50. Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse for $32

    $20
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    Has an IPS 1920x1080 display, and 27-inch size at the price of a 24". Normally, a 27-inch monitor would sell for at least $150.

    $130
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    This is one of the best 55-inch TV deals today. A TCL 55-inch LED-backlit LCD 4K 2160p TV for $400 at BestBuy.com and Target stores. Normally $450 to $500. This is the "S405" model.

    Here's a user review of the TV, and a professional review.

    Other than the 55-inch screen size and 4K 2160p resolution, this screen has HDR (aka HDR10) is supported, according to the product specs, and Roku built-in to the TV (full 4K and HDR support). Run Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO, Vudu, and any Roku app directly on your TV. When you view HDR compatible content (Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon do have HDR 4K content now), the contrast and brightness changes on parts of the screen to produce more life-like quality.

    With HDR, brights look brighter and darks look darker for a more natural look. This video explains people who upgraded from 1080p to 4K often did not notice much difference, until HDR was introduced. For more explanation, here's an article,and a video.

    Most other 55-inch TVs with HDR cost $600 and up.

    Note, Blu-Ray players and discs do not support HDR. New "Ultra Blu-Ray" supports HDR, but instead of buying new equipment, stream 4K HDR content from Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, and Vudu.

    However with Net Neutrality set to be eliminated in the US on Thursday, unfortunately, the future of 4K HDR streaming video may be in jeopardy for a lot of Americans. The FCC rules slated to replace Net Neutrality will enable cable companies to tamper with streaming video delivery as a way to generate revenue and unfairly compete for your TV viewing business by slowing competition. Corporate cable channels and companies will start prioritizing their own content over others, like Verizon did with Netflix before Net Neutrality. Most Americans have no choice who their home cable Internet company is, so switching to a different Internet provider is not even an option.

    $400
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    NFL Team Gear Deals, including sweatshirts, jackets, caps, and t-shirts. Star Wars Toy Deals, including an R2D2 App-Enabled Droid for $91 and a Pack of 6 Star Wars Figures for $12.75. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 12" Tablet/Laptop Deals, including a $700 model which includes a 12" IPS Touchscreen, 8GB memory, and 256GB SSD (normally $800). Also, Amazon is selling their Kindle eReader for $60 from Amazon and BestBuy.

    $91
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    DJI Mavic Pro Mini Drone Quadcopter for $899 with free shipping. Adding one to the cart today gets you: A free Mavic Pro Accessories Pack, and 17,980 EggPoints credit. Newegg gives $1 Newegg credit for every 100 EggPoints you have, so 17,980 points gives you $179 credit.

    This drone normally sells for about $875.

    The DJI Mavic Pro has 27 minutes flying time and 4K video capture.

    $179
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    30% off merchandise, food, and beverages purchased at a Starbucks store today. Enter your phone number to get the coupon sent to you via text message. The coupon expires today.

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    $25 off $150 in-store using the printable coupon.

    $25
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    Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids on Paperback for $1.82 Laugh-Out-Loud Animal Jokes for Kids on Paperback for $1.86 Laugh-Out-Loud Awesome Jokes for Kids on Paperback for $1.91 Laugh-Out-Loud Christmas Jokes for Kids on Paperback for $2.19 These paper books are cheaper than the digital (Kindle) versions.

    $2