We’ve rounded up the best deals we could find on January 6th – here are our top picks:
If you were hoping that 2023 would give your bank account a break, we’re afraid things aren’t quite relaxed just yet. But we have good news – retailers are still running special offers and discounts on products and services that you may have on your shopping list (or bucket list). If you’re looking for fitness gear, gaming gear, tech, or even tax software, you can get a pretty solid deal on January 6th.
Between Best Buy’s three-day sale, PlayStation’s Christmas sale, Nintendo’s New Year’s sale, and Amazon’s and Walmart’s daily rebates, there are plenty of ways to save this weekend. You don’t have to pay full price for anything – we’re here for you. Below we’ve grouped and categorized the best deals we could find on January 6th. Keep scrolling to shop our best finds of the day.
Best fitness offer
Why we like it
The Bowflex VeloCore bike(opens in a new tab) is available at 47% off during Best Buy’s three-day sale. It currently costs $1,499 on the Bowflex website. So you save $700 when you pick it up at Best Buy on January 6—a great way to kickstart your 2023 resolutions. The VeloCore includes 100 resistance levels, an incline mode for more intense training, and dual-link pedals with toe cages or Shimano SPD clips. The 16-inch console offers daily custom workouts and guided coaching with the included one-year JRNY membership, so you can just jump in and go. Plus, it can connect to some of your favorite cycling apps like Peloton and Zwift for an elevated ride.
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Best gaming deal
Why we like it
Ubisoft offers customers a great way to try out new games: a full month’s subscription service for just a dollar(opens in a new tab). It usually costs $14.99 per month, saving you $13.99 to start a new year of gaming. Your subscription will renew at full price after the first month. So cancel it in good time if you don’t want to be charged. Ubisoft+ is the game publisher’s own subscription service that works similar to Xbox Game Pass or EA Play; Subscribers get access to over 100 new and archived titles, as well as a variety of in-game rewards and downloadable content. If you like trying out new games on a regular basis, this is a much cheaper way to do it without actually owning each game.
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Best Tech Deal
Why we like it
When you need a new laptop(opens in a new tab) To help you achieve your 2023 goals, check out this deal on the Lenovo Ideapad 3i. It’s a 15.6-inch Windows 11 laptop with an FHD IPS touchscreen with ultra-thin bezels, a 11th-generation Core i3 processor (HDMI, etc.) for work and play. It regularly costs $499.99, which is already a pretty affordable price for a laptop, but you can save $200 at Best Buy and snag one for just $299.99 during the three-day sale.
More tech deals
Beats Solo3 wireless on-ear headphones(opens in a new tab) — $119.99
$199.95(You save $79.96)
Sony LinkBuds S True Wireless Noise Canceling Earbuds(opens in a new tab) — $129.99
$199.99(You save $70)
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro(opens in a new tab) — $169
Celestron AstroMaster 90AZ telescope with smartphone adapter and Bluetooth remote control(opens in a new tab) — $178
Kindle Scribe (16GB) with Premium Pen(opens in a new tab) — $319.99
Amazon Fire TV 65″ Omni-QLED 4K UHD Smart TV(opens in a new tab) — $549.99
Dell 16-inch Inspiron 2-in-1 FHD+ Touch Laptop (Intel Evo i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD)(opens in a new tab) — $999.99
ASUS VivoBook Pro 16X OLED Slim Laptop (AMD Ryzen 7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD)(opens in a new tab) — $1,099.99
MacBook Pro 14-inch Laptop (M1 Pro chip, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD)(opens in a new tab) — $1,599
Apps and software offerings
https://mashable.com/deals/best-deals-of-the-day-jan-6 Best deals of the day Jan. 6: Bowflex VeloCore bike, Ubisoft+ subscriptions, Lenovo Ideapad 3i, and more