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    Save $100 on the latest iPad, plus video games are ‘buy two, get one free’ at Target

    Save $100 on the latest iPad, plus video games are ‘buy two, get one free’ at Target


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    Thursday is Valentine’s Day. Go out for dinner, take a walk together, and maybe exchange a gift or two. If you’re coming up empty on the latter part, we’ve got a few gift ideas that you can enjoy together. Then again, today’s deals make for giftable goodies in a pinch, too.

    Perfect for a Windows or macOS computer in dire need of speed, SanDisk’s Ultra line of SSDs are slightly discounted today — enough for them to match their lowest prices yet. If 500GB is all that you need, it’s $67.99 right now instead of around $75 or more. Doubling the space to 1TB will cost $129.99. These have fast read / write speeds, and are covered by a five-year warranty. If you want them for external use for your computer or console, this affordable SSD enclosure will do the trick.

    If “I need more space for games on my Nintendo Switch” is a common complaint in your household, SanDisk’s 400GB microSD card is currently unparalleled in value, and matches the lowest-ever price today: just $79.89.

    Some of last week’s best deals are still kicking, including Google’s most powerful Pixelbook configuration, which you can still find for about $450 off of its usual $1,649 price. You can no longer purchase it through Amazon directly, though other reputable sellers that ship quickly via Amazon Prime are offering it for around $1,176, which is a bit cheaper than we saw it selling for last week.

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    Highlighted last week, as well, was the latest generation of iPad for $100 off of its usual price. This deal for the 128GB model brings the price down to $329.99, or what the 32GB version usually costs. Saving money on the tablet makes buying the $129 Apple Pencil, or the $69.99 Logitech Crayon stylus, a bit easier.

    Anker’s Roav Jump Starter Pro is the device that I wished I had handy this past weekend when the sudden drop in temperature overnight left our car unable to start. Normally $99.99, the 800A version is $74.99 with the offer code ROAVR320 used at checkout on Amazon. This portable battery can charge smartphones and tablets, but also claims to be able to start 6.0L gas and 3.0L diesel engines, and can provide a read-out of your car battery’s voltage on its display.

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    Target is having a “buy two, get one free” sale on videos games. This promotion excludes certain titles, some of which include all Nintendo 3DS and Switch games. Though, it’s still an affordable way to get the likes of Red Dead Redemption 2, Kingdom Hearts 3, and Resident Evil 2 for the price of two games. This promotion also loops in unreleased titles like Anthem, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and MLB: The Show 19.