6 great deals for less than $35

17 Apr, 2021

3 discounts for around the house, and 3 kitchen gadgets on sale.  

6 great deals for less than $35

Looking to snag an inexpensive home upgrade or kitchen gadget? With deals this low, why not both? Grab the things that you need around the house with these six budget-friendly deals.

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Inexpensive additions for the home

Frontgate Resort Cotton Bath Towel

$29 $35
Use code WCTOWEL

Buy now from Frontgate

Our top pick is the softest bath towel we tested—it feels like a plush towel from a luxury hotel and comes in a wide variety of sumptuous colors that will fit any decor. This durable towel is the densest of our picks, but it’s still just as absorbent as many other terry towels we tried. Make sure to remove any existing codes to apply WCTOWEL at checkout (one use per transaction).
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Wyze Cam v2 Indoor Security Camera

$21 $25

Buy now from Chewy

This compact security camera doesn’t deliver audio and video as well as our other picks, but it’s impressive for the price and can offer residents a little peace of mind when they aren’t at home. The Wyze Cam v2 is both our runner-up indoor security camera pick and our top pet camera pick. It’s the rare item that can hold its own in two semi-distinct product categories. In almost two years of use, day and night images have always been clear, and we’ve never had problems with the camera missing motion.

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Topgreener TU21558AC Wall Outlet

$20 $28

Buy now from Amazon

If you’re tired of hunting for a phone or laptop chargers scattered around your house, wall outlets with built-in USB ports offer an easy and affordable way to ensure that you can always plug in. The Topgreener TU21558AC is the only outlet that can charge both a USB-A device and a newer USB-C device at full speeds simultaneously. It’s a versatile way to make a small upgrade to your home’s outlets. 
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Affordable kitchen gadgets

ThermoWorks ThermoPop Meat Thermometer

$31 $39
Price includes $5 shipping

Buy now from ThermoWorks

No other thermometer under $50 can match the ThermoPop’s combination of speed, reach, reliability, and easy-to-read display. It’s been the top pick in our meat thermometer guide since 2015 and isn’t likely to be dethroned anytime soon. Whether you’re gearing up for grilling season or love roasting all year-round, you’ll never have to fret about accidentally serving your family and friends undercooked meat with this digital thermometer. 

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OXO Good Grips Handheld Spiralizer

$14 $16

Buy now from Amazon

Zoodles (zucchini noodles) may not be as of-the-moment as they were a couple of years ago but they can still be a healthy staple in your day-to-day diet. Our budget pick is a great option for the occasional zoodler who doesn’t want to invest in a more expensive hand-crank model. The OXO Handheld Spiralizer requires some elbow grease, but the vegetable noodles it produces are sturdy and not likely to break apart during cooking. 
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Trudeau 6-Inch Seville Pepper Mill

$12 $20

Buy now from Amazon

The Trudeau 6-Inch Seville Pepper Mill is a durable, inexpensive pepper grinder in a space-saving size that’s ideal for people who have smaller kitchens. As our budget pick, it’s a no-frills option that produced consistent grinds during our tests and performed almost as well as some mills that were twice the price.

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