Target has dangled its Deal Days sales event for weeks, but it remained tight-lipped about the details until it started. The suspense may have been worth it, because we found a bunch of items we’ve previously bestowed with WIRED Recommends awards. These are our favorite deals on smart home devices, audiophile gear, computer accessories, and more. The sale runs through Wednesday, October 14.
Update for October 14: We added the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11, Lenovo Legion Gaming Laptop, and some other deals. The GoPro Hero 8 Black is back in stock.
We strike through items that sell out or rise in price as we update this guide. Discounts sometimes return quickly, so check for yourself.
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Home Theater Deals
- Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar for $200 ($40 off): If you’re listening to your TV through its own speakers, it’s time to upgrade to a soundbar. Even without a subwoofer or separate surrounding speakers, a soundbar will improve your viewing experience. WIRED’s Parker Hall named this the best soundbar with a built-in sub. It also has Alexa so you can control it with voice commands.
Roku Streaming Stick+ is $38 ($12 off): Roku is our favorite streaming device. The interface is the cleanest, and it won’t try to lock you out of competitors’ content, like Amazon does. Even if your TV has a streaming menu built-in (aside from TCLs, which have Roku), a separate streaming box will probably work better, for longer. Here is our guide to picking a Roku.
Sanus Premium Tilt Wall Mount for TVs 46-90 Inches for $120 ($20 off): If you can’t mount your TV to a specific height, you’re going to want something to make it tilt. This Sanus also extends up to 5.7 inches so you can easily access your TV’s ports while it’s against the wall. It’s compatible with Sanus soundbar mounts, and it’ll hold 150 pounds, which is more than enough for any TV and soundbar combo.
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