Pocket a refurbished Google Pixel or Samsung Galaxy Android smartphone from just $40 in this Woot blowout
Woot has a number of refurbished Samsung and Google smartphones (opens in new tab) on sale for today only. The promotion includes phones from the Samsung Galaxy S4 to newer devices like the Galaxy Note 9 and Google Pixel 3, and prices start as low as $40. Most models are listed as "scratch & dent" condition which means there may be some cosmetic wear, though they have all been tested to ensure they are in full working order. A 90-day warranty is included. Several options have already sold out, so don't wait on the phone you want if it is still available.
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Refurbished 4K Smart TV sale (opens in new tab)
Woot has a variety of 4K smart TVs on sale in refurbished condition for a limited time, including models from Sony, LG, Samsung, and Vizio. You'll score a 90-day warranty from Woot with the purchase as well.
Home Theater Essentials sale (opens in new tab)
Now's your chance to save on a new smart TV, soundbar, home theater audio system, and more thanks to this one-day sale at Woot.
SanDisk, Crucial, PNY & more microSD cards, portable SSDs, and more (opens in new tab)
Up to 30% off
Brands represented include SanDisk, Crucial, PNY, and more. There's a wide variety of options with capacities between 128GB and 12TB. Grab a microSD for your security camera, an external hard drive for your desktop, or a portable SSD for the road.
Best Buy Green Monday sale on 4K TVs, laptops, earbuds, and more
Save $120 on a TCL Android TV. Take $500 off the Lenovo Yoga C940 laptop. Get the Powerbeats Pro true wireless earbuds for $150. There are over a dozen or so ways to save in this sale, but the deals will only last through the end of the day.
Sweetnight, Sleep Innovations, Leesa and more Memory Foam mattresses and toppers (opens in new tab)
The brands include Sweetnight, Sleep Innovations, Leesa, and more. The deals cover 10 to 14-inch memory foam mattresses, some toppers, and more. It's all down to low prices with some hitting all-new lows.
One interesting and affordable option still in stock at the time of writing is the Samsung Galaxy S8+ (opens in new tab) at $199.99. It comes in a few different color options and each is fully unlocked to be compatible with GSM networks. While it's not the newest phone on the market, It's still plenty powerful for day-to-day use. It's water resistant, has a 6.2-inch Super AMOLED display, 12MP camera and 64GB internal storage with space for a microSD card. The newer Galaxy S9+ (opens in new tab) is just $70 more if you want something more recent.
If you want a Google-branded phone, the Google Pixel 2 and 2XL (opens in new tab) are available from $99.99. The Pixel 2 is equipped with a 5-inch 1080p 441ppi AMOLED display, unlimited Cloud storage, and 4GB of RAM, along with a 12.2MP f/1.8 rear camera, 8MP front camera, and the ability to record 1080p video at 120fps. This is an Android phone through-and-through, and it's even capable of bringing up the Google Assistant when you squeeze it. The Pixel 2 XL does everything the Pixel 2 does, just a bit bigger with its 6-inch display and larger battery capacity.
Shipping is free at Woot if you log in with your Amazon Prime account. If you're not yet set up with Prime, you can start your 30-day free trial (opens in new tab) to save on shipping today and get in on all of the other benefits Amazon Prime has to offer.
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The links never work in the AC app. So frustrating.
Be sure to check the mfr's website for how long they'll receive updates. I'd still be using my S8+ if the screen hadn't cracked but not sure how much longer it will be supported and receiving updates. No matter how cheap, buying a phone that doesn't get updates is only asking for trouble.
Only 9 different devices available now, and no Pixels. Oddly, the S7 Edge is cheaper than the cost of fixing the broken glass on mine.