Let’s end April with a flurry of great offers, shall we? For a limited time (Saturday only and until stocks run out), Woot is offering solid discounts on both the standard Nintendo Switch (the non-OLED version) and the smaller, cheaper Switch Lite, and when you make your purchase through Woot active application (iOS, Android (just open the following Woot links on your phone and they will redirect) get up to $20 off. Not too shabby! Really, any price drop in Nintendo hardware is rare, so jump on it if you’ve considered the investment.
It usually costs $299.99 from the Switch, but Woot’s discount knocks off $10 and will cost you $289.99. When purchasing through the app, there’s the real discount, which takes a little more off the price, totaling $269.99 before tax. This is less than some refurbished offerings, and you’re getting a like-new model today. Read our review of this model.
Now for the Switch Lite. It usually costs $199.99, but Woot also deducts $10 there. But with the additional discounts, you save a total of $20, so the final price before taxes is only $180. Read our review of the smaller Switch Lite.
One of this week’s best deals came in on Friday. It’s a rare $20 discount on the Beats Fit Pro, which we’ve called the best Beats earbuds yet in our rating. Normally $199.99, including a variety of retailers Amazon, best buyand Walmart they sell for $179.99 – the lowest price yet. That price might be a little hard to swallow, as the AirPods Pro and the third-gen AirPods typically cost less. However, considering the Fit Pro’s strengths, namely its snug and secure fit and solid noise-cancellation, it’s worth considering both options. Not to mention that they come in four color variants.
If you’re a concert-goer, enjoy playing loud instruments in a studio, or just have very sensitive ears, Etymotic’s ER20XS are high-fidelity earplugs that protect your hearing without completely blocking out the sounds you might want to hear . This includes a carrying case and a collar. And unlike standard earbuds, these are designed to evenly reduce sound levels while preserving speech and ambient noise, so the overall effect is less distracting. In my experience they work exactly as Etymotic claims they do (I always have one of these around).
You can snag a set of new standard fit Etymotic ear tips at Woot for $11.99 instead of $19.99.
65-inch QLED TVs can be expensive, but that’s not the case with TCL’s 5 Series model. This TV, which has the built-in Google TV software, is right now $648 at Amazon and $649.99 at Best Buy, which is well below the usual price of $899.99. This should be, and be, a good all-around model Full array local dimming Provides more even lighting than edge-lit panels. Note, however, that the specs aren’t particularly well-suited to high-end gaming. not as 6 Series step-up mini LED for $999.99 This model, with a 120Hz refresh rate panel, operates at 60Hz and lacks HDMI 2.1 ports for fast gaming.
https://www.theverge.com/good-deals/2022/4/30/23048494/nintendo-switch-discount-lite-woot-app-beats-fit-pro-apple-tcl-qled-4k-tv-deal-sale Save $20 On A New Nintendo Switch At Woot