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    Save $30 on a Mario game when you buy a Nintendo Switch, and catch up on leftover Pi Day sales

    Save $30 on a Mario game when you buy a Nintendo Switch, and catch up on leftover Pi Day sales


    The Switch console deal lasts through Saturday, March 16th

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    Today is your last day to save $30 on a Mario-themed game when you buy a Nintendo Switch. You can purchase a Nintendo Switch for $299 (its regular price) and get a $30 discount on Super Mario PartySuper Mario OdysseyMario Kart 8 DeluxeSuper Mario Bros. U Deluxe, or Mario Tennis Aces. This deal is available at WalmartAmazonGameStopBest Buy, and Target, both online and at your local store, but availability may vary depending on your location.

    Eero officially became a part of Amazon earlier this week, and it held a sale on its mesh Wi-Fi systems to mark the occasion. While that sale is over, you can still get a good deal on a single refurbished Eero unit; instead of $199.99, it’s $115.59 and comes with a 90-day warranty. Amazons says that the product “works and looks like new,” so if you missed out on the discounts this week, you have another chance to save.

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    The Huawei MateBook X Pro, one of the best laptops that you can buy, is up to $200 off at the Microsoft Store. The most expensive configuration, usually $1,499, includes an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of internal storage for $1,299. If you want to save a little money, bumping the specs down to an 8th Gen Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage will drop the price to $1,049.

    The Apple Watch Series 3 has been discounted for the past few weeks. But this week, Apple introduced a lower price for the model with LTE support. If you envision bringing your phone along with you everywhere, the $199 watch with GPS is a good fit. However, if you want to leave your phone at home while you go out for a drive, jog, or anything else, you may want to consider the GPS + LTE model, which you can find at B&H Photo starting at $269.00 (previously discounted at $339 a few weeks ago).

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    TCL’s 55-inch 6-series 4K HDR Roku TV is $579.99 at Amazon, and with March Madness quickly approaching, it’s a good investment if you’re looking for one of the best 4K TVs under $1,000. We’ve seen it for $30 cheaper, but sales on this model don’t occur regularly.

    The Acer 24.5-inch XF250Q 1080p gaming monitor is $229.99 (usually $299.99) at Amazon. This deal first appeared on Pi Day, and while this model occasionally sells for this price, it’s worth taking advantage of if you’re in the market for a display: this is currently the most affordable G-Sync-compatible FreeSync monitor available with a fast 240Hz refresh rate.