15 Best Weekend Deals on Phones, Headphones, TVs, and More

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From $5 iPhone cases to a discounted LG OLED, we’ve rounded up sales on some of our favorite gear.

We’ve only got so much time outside before it starts to get cold. We’ve collected deals from around the web on Bluetooth speakers, phones, and headphones you can take with you to enjoy the great outdoors (please wear a face mask and stay six feet apart from other people!). If you’re relaxing inside instead, we’ve found discounts on our favorite TVs as well as vacuums if you need to deep clean your home.

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Phone and Accessory Deals
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We’ve got three great Android phones you can get for a little less than their original price. Check out our Best Android Phones and Best Cheap Phones guides for more recommendations.

  • Google Pixel 4 XL for $836 ($63 off): The Pixel 4 XL has officially been discontinued by Google, but it’s still a good buy. This isn’t the lowest price we’ve seen, but it likely won’t go on sale for much longer as stock runs out. It has an excellent camera, a really nice screen with a 90-Hz refresh rate, and you get extra perks like wireless charging. The downside? Battery life is unremarkable.

  • OnePlus 7T T-Mobile Version for $399 ($200 off): This phone was our runner-up pick in our Best Android Phones guide for a better part of the year. We recently took it out because the unlocked model is no longer in stock (it looks like OnePlus is trying to clear out its inventory). But you can get the T-Mobile version for $200 off. This phone was already great value, but at this price, it’s a steal. You get an amazing screen, phenomenal performance, and solid cameras. It should work on other GSM networks like AT&T, but unlocking it may be a hassle.

  • Moto Edge for $500 ($200 off): This is a limited-time discounted launch price—it will go back to its $700 MSRP eventually. At $500, it’s a pretty solid phone with good performance, almost two-day battery life, and decent cameras. The screen curves toward the edges, which makes it a bit unpleasant to hold, but if you like the look, you’ll enjoy this phone.

  • Totallee iPhone Cases for $5 ($30 off): Totallee is clearing out its inventory for older iPhones to make room for the upcoming iPhone 12. So if you have or are getting an iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, or iPhone X, you can nab select cases for just $5. Some screen protectors are also similarly discounted.

Headphones and Speaker Deals

Check out our Best Wireless Headphones and Best TVs guides for more options.

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  • Beats Powerbeats Pro for $200 ($50 off): We’re big fans of the Powerbeats line, which bring great sound to your most vigorous workouts. We like the banded model more as it’s a little more secure, but the true wireless version are also pretty awesome (8/10, WIRED Recommends), especially at this price.

  • Beats Solo Pro for $230 ($70 off): The Solo Pro are some of the best on-ear headphones you can buy, with decent noise-canceling and great overall sound. WIRED writer Parker Hall especially likes the build quality, which is as good as you’d expect from an Apple-owned company.

  • Bose Noise Cancelling 700 for $299 ($80 off): Sony came out with its latest flagship headphones this week, so it appears Bose has temporarily dropped prices on its own best noise-canceling model. Now’s a great time to buy them, as they’ve got some of the best built-in mics for phone and Zoom calls.

  • Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Active Noise-Canceling Headphones for $40 ($20 off): We typically don’t recommend people to spring for wireless, noise-canceling headphones that cost less than $100, but this pair of Anker Soundcore headphones are an exception. Anker, known for affordable options, packs in 40 hours of battery life, memory foam earcups, and a relatively sleek design for just $40. That’s pretty decent!

  • Bose Soundlink Color for $100 ($30 off): Bose makes some of our favorite Bluetooth speakers, and this little model is no exception. It’s waterproof and has 8 hours of battery life. Plus, you can pair multiple together at socially-distanced outings.

  • Marshall Stockwell II for $161 ($39 off): Marshall’s amp-themed Bluetooth speakers are some of the best around for looks and sound. We especially like the Stockwell line because it comes with a nifty built-in handle, making it easy to tote around between listening sessions.

Home and TV Deals
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Take a look at our Best Dyson Vacuums and Best Bluetooth Speakers guides for more gear recommendations.

  • Neato Robotics Botvac D7 for $600 ($200 off): This is one of the best robot vacuums you can get if your house constantly needs a deep clean. You can draw no-go lines around your house with the companion app, store multiple floor plans, and give it zones to clean so it doesn’t interrupt your cooking. Check out our review (9/10, WIRED Recommends) for more details.

  • Roborock S6 MaxV Robot Vacuum Cleaner for $750 ($50 off): If you have pets in your home, this Roborock will eat up all the stray fur with no trouble. It identifies objects to avoid accurately, and it’s very powerful. Read our review for more information.

  • Ecovacs Deebot 500 for $155 ($125 off): Deebot makes some of our favorite robot vacuums, and this one is Alexa enabled, so you can simply ask your vacuum to tidy up your mess. At nearly half its typical list price (and a great deal cheaper than the other vacuums above), this is a great way to enter the world of robot vacuums to get some extra help in the house.

  • 55-inch LG CX OLED for $1,700 ($100 off): It just launched, but LG has already discounted its excellent CX OLED (8/10, WIRED Recommends), making now a good time to invest in some of the best picture quality you’ll find in this year’s TV line.

  • Vava 4K UHD Laser Projector for $2,520 ($280 off): It’s still pricey, but this short-throw laser projector with a built-in soundbar is one of reviewer Parker Hall’s favorite modern projectors. It’s extremely easy to use and can project a 100-inch screen from just inches away.


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