Deals: Save on Koogeek's HomeKit Light Strip, Refurbished Beats, and Get $450 Off 12-Inch MacBooks From 2016

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Woot today has Apple's 12-inch MacBook from Early 2016 (8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) for $849.99, down from $1,299.99. While an older model, today's sale is $450 off the original price tag and $450 cheaper than the latest 12-inch MacBook models with similar specs. The MacBooks are available in Gold and Rose Gold.

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Woot's sale lasts one day only, so if you're interested head to the retailer's website and place your order before the day ends. Amazon Prime members will get free shipping, and Woot is offering cheaper $6 shipping today only for non-Prime members.

On Amazon, there are a few notable sales today:


[*]Save on select SanDisk storage products, including the iXpand Flash Drive for iOS at $44.99, down from $119.99 and matching its lowest-ever price on Amazon
[*]Save 20 percent and more on Logitech PC accessories
[*]Koogeek Dimmable Light Strip (HomeKit compatible) for $29.39 with code TCCDYAG5, down from $41.99
[*]Koogeek Smart Plug (not HomeKit compatible) for $11.99 with code BFE3I537, down from $15.99
[*]Choetech fast wireless stand charger for $9.99 with code MACHO524, down from $17.99 Best Buy's Daily Deals page is highlighting a few refurbished Beats products on sale today only, with savings as high as $115. You can get the BeatsX in Black for $63.99, down from $149.99, and the Powerbeats3 for $84.99, down from an original price of $199.99.


Both headphones beat their typical sale prices as well, with the BeatsX usually getting marked down to around $90 in more recent sales. In regards to its refurbishment process, Best Buy promises that Geek Squad certified refurbished products are tested to verify that they work like new and are restored to original factory settings.

Check out our full Deals Roundup for more information on this week's sales, including the HomePod for $299.99 at Costco.

Article Link: Deals: Save on Koogeek's HomeKit Light Strip, Refurbished Beats, and Get $450 Off 12-Inch MacBooks From 2016
 

ayale99

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Avoid the Koogeek plugs. I tried them a while back and had to return them. They won't maintain a connection and constantly had to be reset.
 
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gutowskia

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Avoid the Koogeek plugs. I tried them a while back and had to return them. They won't maintain a connection and constantly had to be reset.
I've been using the Koogeek smart plugs to automate my landscape lights. HomeKit does the scheduling. It's been rock solid for over a year.
 
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