Only the best deals on Verge-approved gadgets get the Good Deals stamp of approval, so if you're looking for a deal on your next gadget or gift from major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy , Target, and more, this is the place to be.
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Today's best deals include a few exclusive offers for readers of The Verge as well as savings at Amazon on TP-Link networking and smart home products. We're also seeing a 201
Starting things off, you can save over $ 300 on Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL by buying refurbished instead of new at Daily Steals. The Pixel 3 in black with 64GB of storage will only cost $ 462.99 with the sacrificial code THEVERGE3 (usually $ 799.99). If you have a bigger phone that has more screen real estate, the Pixel 3 XL in black with 64GB of storage is $ 514.99 with the sacrificial code THEVERGE3XL (usually $ 899.99).
The respective discounts will apply automatically to checkout, but in case you flip-flop on the phone you want, you need to paste in the code manually. And if you want to buy one, you will have until 11:59 PM ET on Thursday, April 4th to do so.
B&H Photo has taken its deal on the Zotac RTX 2080 graphics card. Readers will be able to buy it for $ 659.99, saving almost $ 100 on this high-end GPU until 11:59 PM ET on Thursday, April 4th. The purchase comes with Metro: Exodus Anthem and Battlefield V on PC. Similar to the Google Pixel 3 deal above, this offer is exclusive for readers readers, and apply for discount.
TP-Link is discounting several of its networking and smart home tech products today at Amazon. Most notable is this two-pack of Deco mesh Wi-Fi routers for $ 99.99, which is the cheapest that it has sold for yet. Its Kasa mini smart Wi-Fi plugs are cheaper in a two-pack today, as well. These are compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants, and they allow you to turn your device on and off with your voice, or set a power schedule with its Kasa app. Normally $ 44.99, the two-pack is $ 27.99 today. This model is from its 2019 lineup of QLED TVs, and it will receive AirPlay 2 support and iTunes via an update later in the year. It also has what Samsung calls "Ultra Viewing Angle technology," which is said to give this quantum dot LED TV far better viewing than most competing models.