- 1 The best dry-food containers
- 2 Plants for folks who normally kill plants
- 3 A baby carrier for toddlers
- 4 Hotel-quality bath mat at home
- 5 The softest towel we tested
- 6 Endless entertainment
- 7 An affordable robot vacuum
- 8 An excellent ultrabook for less
- 9 The best bakeware storage
- 10 A cheap hair-styling tool
- 11 The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals
- 12 The 20 Most Popular Prime Day Discounts According to Wirecutter Readers
- 13 All 315 Wirecutter Budget Picks
- 14 Amazon Is Having Supply Chain Issues. Here Are Some Trustworthy Alternatives.
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Prime Day may officially be over but there’s still plenty of money to be saved on the few great deals left kicking. Over the course of Amazon’s two-day deals extravaganza, the Wirecutter Deals team sorted through 47,112 (!!!) discounts—but only found 342 worth posting. Here are the best of the bunch that are still hanging around.
The best dry-food containers
Rubbermaid Brilliance Pantry Food Storage Containers (18-Piece Set)
Deal price: $23; street price: $27
As winter draws nearer, you’ve already started to brainstorm household projects to tackle once the weather turns frosty. If organizing your pantry tops the list, you’ll need a good set of dry food containers to store your rice, cereal, pasta, and assorted snacks. Down to just $23 for a 18-piece set (nine containers, nine lids), the durable, airtight Rubbermaid Brilliance Pantry Food Storage Containers will keep your food from growing stale. With a tight seal that stays that way even after multiple runs in the dishwasher, these containers are also leak-proof, making them great to store leftovers in, too. This set contains two 0.5-cup containers, two 1.3 cup, two 3.2 cup, two 4.7 cup, and one 9.6-cup with lids. To meet Walmart’s $35 free shipping minimum, you’ll have to add something else to your cart; otherwise, curbside pick-up is a good option if you don’t mind hopping in the car.
Read our review of the best dry food containers.
Plants for folks who normally kill plants
Shop Succulents Variety Pack of Mini Succulents (pack of 16)
Deal price: $25; street price: $36
If you’ve decided you want to become a plant person but seem to have more of a black thumb than a green one, succulents are a good place to start. Simple to care for and extremely difficult to kill, these hardy succulents only need to be watered every 10 to 14 days. This deal brings a pack of 16 desert plants down to $25, and though you can’t pick each individual plant, the pack includes a nice variety. And if ordering plants online makes you wary, a former Wirecutter senior editor says they came packaged carefully and arrived healthy.
Read our review of the best gifts for plant lovers.
A baby carrier for toddlers
For moms and dads on-the-go, a reliable baby carrier is crucial. The Ergobaby 360 Cool Air Mesh baby carrier is an affordable choice when you want to free up your hands while also reducing back pain. Though the Ergobaby 360 is a bit bulkier than our other picks, it works well for parents carrying larger toddlers, and the carrier also allows parents to face their child outward in a front carry so their youngster can see the world. Comfortable-to-wear and ergonomic, this carrier is now down to a new low of $98.
Read our review of the best baby carriers.
Hotel-quality bath mat at home
Though you might not be traveling right now, you can still mimic the small luxuries of a high-end hotel at home. The Frontgate Resort Bath Mat is thick and soft while still being slim enough to fit under a low-profile door. In our tests, it proved to be incredibly absorbent, and (unlike some of the other mats we tried) it didn’t feel soggy or soaked-through after one person drip-dried on it. And though the Frontgate doesn’t have non-slip backing, we still think it’s a great mat that can withstand a household of multiple people. It is now down to $39 with free shipping when you use code FG351458, a nice discount on a normally pricey hotel-style bath mat.
Read our review of the best bathroom rugs and bath mats.
The softest towel we tested
It’s time to ditch those uncomfortably scratchy towels and replace them with ones you won’t dread wrapping yourself in after a hot shower. The Frontgate’s Resort Cotton Bath Towels, which happen to be the most comfortable and luxurious towels we tested, are now down to $27 per towel with free shipping when you use the code FG351458. Because they are made from long-staple Turkish cotton, they’re smooth and durable, able to withstand multiple wash cycles without losing their plushness. Though this isn’t the lowest price we’ve posted for these Frontgate towels, it’s still a good opportunity to replace your ratty wares with plush new ones.
Read our review of the best towels.
You’ve probably been watching a lot of TV lately. Investing in a streaming stick like the Roku (if you don’t already have one) is the best and easiest way to turn every television into a smart TV with instant access to any streaming platform. Matching the lowest price we’ve seen this year, this is a great discount on our top pick in our guide to the best media streaming devices. It offers 4K streaming, a wide selection of content, and an easy way to declutter your entertainment system to boot. Though available from both Walmart and Amazon, the Roku from Amazon won’t ship until October 24.
Read our review of the best streaming devices.
An affordable robot vacuum
As you and your family spend more time at home, you’ve probably realized that you’re cleaning up around the house more frequently than ever. If you’re tired of pulling out the vacuum at the end of every day, why not delegate that duty to a trusted robot vacuum instead? The Eufy RoboVac 35C, a variant of our budget pick, is an affordable and efficient vacuum, fitting under more furniture than the rest of our picks as it quietly moves from room to room. Though Eufy vacuums lack the ability to be repaired (unlike the Roomba), the 35C is still a great option for anyone working with a tight budget, especially since it’s currently cheaper than our budget pick.
Read our review of the best robot vacuums.
An excellent ultrabook for less
Whether you desperately need to update your computer for work or you just want a new personal laptop to replace an aging one, a solid laptop is a worthwhile investment—and if you need something new but don’t have a ton to spend, we recommend a great ultrabook like the 14-inch Lenovo Yoga C740. It’s one of the best laptops you can get for the price and performs just as well as our top pick (but it’s larger, heavier, and has a shorter battery life). This particular Yoga C740, which has 8GB RAM and a 256 GB SDD, is typically available for $800, but this discount brings it back down to the lowest price we’ve ever seen. Deals on the Yoga C740 are rare, even during big deals events, so this is a great opportunity to save big, especially since this price is the lowest we’ve ever seen it drop.
Read our review of the best Windows ultrabooks.
The best bakeware storage
When you have a small kitchen, every inch of space is precious. Maximizing what little cabinet room you have is paramount, and the YouCopia Storemore Adjustable Bakeware Rack is especially helpful if you’ve been struggling to find space for those unwieldy sheet pans, cutting boards, and muffin tins. The YouCopia Storemore keeps bakeware upright, organized, and contained firmly in place. With vinyl feet to prevent it from sliding around and easily adjustable dividers, the StoreMore can easily help transform your cabinets from a disaster zone you dread digging through to an aesthetically pleasing storage solution. Now down to $14 when you clip the on-page coupon, this is a nice chance to save on a game-changing piece of equipment.
Read our review of the best items for small kitchens.
A cheap hair-styling tool
If the Dyson Airwrap tops your wish-list but you can’t bring yourself to spend $550 on a hairstyling tool that isn’t made of solid gold, it’s worth checking out the Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer. A great choice for anyone who loves salon-style blowouts and has tried to recreate the results at home, the Revlon One-Step combines the power of a blow dryer and a round brush into one easy-to-use hot-air brush. The Revlon One-Step was beloved by our reviewers, who said it works just as well as the Airwrap for a tenth of the price. Now down to the lowest price we’ve seen this year—but just in black and with delayed shipping—the Revlon One-Step will give you the blowout results you’re looking for, without completely emptying your wallet.
Read our review of the Revlon One-Step.
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