You're about to spend a couple glorious months outside in the sun, and the easiest way to bring your tunes beyond the reach of a power outlet is a portable Bluetooth speaker. Good thing that both Jawbone Jamboxes just got an across-the-board price cut.
There are a lot of Bluetooth speakers crowding the market, and the venerable Jambox line is now almost three years old, so it would make sense that it's in line for a permanent price cut. Sure, there are other—potentially superior—options, but if you're looking for the "standard," you can't go wrong with the Jambox or its larger brother, the Big Jambox.
Jambox prices fluctuate regularly, but right now the original Jambox is $130—tied for the historical low, and the Big Jambox is $250. If you were to run into Best Buy on your way to the shore, you'd probably pay the MSRP. [Amazon]
• Big Jambox ($250) | Amazon and elsewhere | Originally $300
Amazon's Gold Box deal today is on a variety of SanDisk memory cards. Don't buy the hype—there isn't a single product thats "60% off," but a lot of really nice memory options are at or close to their lowest historical price. Of note: Sandisk's Ultra MicroSD, named by Wirecutter as their favorite Micro SD card, is $43 for 64GB, which is a great price. Get it if you wanna add some storage space to your Android phone. Also, regular-sized SD cards, SSDs, and flash drives. [Amazon]
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Dumb TV → Smart TV
• Amazon has a collection of Criterion Blu-rays at 50% off, which is a rare discount.
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$20 off any Kindle Fire HD with the code DADSFIRE, which as coupon codes go, is pretty hilarious. [Amazon]
Nikon just announced a bunch of "instant" rebates for June. The rebates are available at a variety of retailers, including B&H Photo and Amazon. Basically, if you buy a qualifying Nikon DLSR, you can get between $100-$300 off some pretty sweet lenses. There's a bunch of Nikon deals to parse, but the least expensive qualifying camera is the venerable D3100—which could mean cheap D3100s on Ebay in the coming weeks. [Amazon via Nikon Rumors]
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