It's been a long week, so why not treat yourself to one of these awesome deals? Perhaps then you'll get that Friday feeling. You deserve it.
If you haven't subscribed to Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited service before, this promotion may have you signing up. For a limited time, you can sign up for 1-year subscription from just $49, which is a $34 savings, and to sweeten the deal even more Amazon is tossing in a pair of free Disney headphones worth $20.
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If you're not a Prime member, you can still benefit from the 40% discount with the annual plan dropping from $119 to $71. You do have to be a new subscriber to the service in order to qualify for this promotion. |instructions on how to claim the free headphones will be emailed out after your purchase.
FreeTime Unlimited offers unlimited access to kid-friendly apps, games, books, TV shows, movies and more, many of which are educational and can help teach your child. Much of this content is by Disney, Nickelodeon, PBS and other well-known brands. There are also "best-in-class" parental controls that can let you restrict what your child will see and set usage time limits. The content provided is best suited for kids aged 3 through 12.
You can access it on a wide variety of devices, including Fire TVs, Android phones and tablets, and Kindle e-readers. It supports downloading content for offline viewing, age filters, time limits, individual profiles, and more.
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Woot has a selection of refurb Philips Hue bulbs and more on sale with prices starting at just $19. These are certified refurbished kits and bulbs, meaning that they are tested to look and work like new, and are backed by a 90-day warranty. There's a wide variety of starter kits, bulbs, and accessories included in this sale, so whether you are looking to get started with some smart lights in your home, or want to expand your current Philips Hue set up, today's the day to do it.
Secure your home and some savings with these discounted Ring Alarm systems. They include everything you need to get started plus each kit has an Echo Dot bundled in for free. Choose the kit with however many sensors you need for your home right now, and you can always expand with more sensors later.
The Nanfu Qi-enabled 10W wireless charger is down to $9.80 with this link that takes 51% off the price. Without the promo, the charger costs $20 and more regularly sells for around $26. You'll get fast 7.5W charging with compatible iPhones and up to 10W charging with Android phones like the Galaxy S10. The bottom has 100 venting holes to help keep your device from overheating while charging. The anti-slip surface reduces friction and adds another layer of safety for your phone.
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As one of its daily deals, Amazon is offering subscriptions to The Washington Post at a 40% discount. The price of the annual plan is down to $59, versus the regular price of $100 a year. Alternatively, you can take a one month free-trial that renews monthly at $5.99 thereafter. Your Basic Digital subscription to The Washington Post includes access to all website content and all Washington Post apps. It's super simple to manage your subscription and account through Amazon and log into The Washington Post with your Amazon credentials.
Turn it up
Amazon is offering this two-pack of iClever Smart Plugs for just $17.99 when you enter promo code ICLEVERPLUG during checkout. That codes takes $10 off the current price for the pair and brings the cost of each plug down to just $9. These 15A smart plugs give you the ability to control whatever's plugged into them with your voice or with an iOS or Android smartphone. You'll be able to schedule your devices to turn on at specific times or even ask an Amazon Alexa-enabled device to turn them on for you.
Sugru Moldable Glue that allows you to shape it and stick it as you see fit; then, it turns to rubber later to keep its shape. It's waterproof and suitable for way more applications than you'd think, and today Amazon has the Sugru Rebel Tech Kit on sale for just $10.31. This deal saves you close to $4 off its regular cost and brings the kit just about 30 cents above the lowest price we've ever seen it reach; it's previously sold for up to $15.
This is just a small sampling of the deals that the Thrifter team has uncovered today. If you want to keep up with everything that the crew is uncovering, be sure to follow Thrifter on Twitter and sign up for the daily deals newsletter so you never miss out on anything!
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.