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Our Favorite Garmin Smartwatches Are on Sale

Our Favorite Garmin Smartwatches Are on Sale

to celebrate the start of the spring season, Garmin is holding a sale on various gadgets and accessories—including a few WIRED-approved smartwatches. Whether you’re a novice runner or a seasoned hiker, we’re confident that at least one of the discounted smartwatches below will make the perfect companion for your next outdoor adventure.

These deals aren’t just at Garmin either—we’ve also linked to other retailers like Amazon and Target. Don’t see anything you like here? Check out our buying guides, like the Best Fitness Trackers, the Best Sleep Trackers, or the Best Camping Tents.

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Garmin Smartwatch Deals

Garmin Instinct 2 Solar

Garmin Instinct 2 Solar Smartwatch

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WIRED senior associate reviews editor Adrienne So says this is currently her favorite smartwatch. The second-generation version (9/10, WIRED Recommends) comes with a high-resolution display, improved solar charging, and an insanely impressive 21-day battery life (even when tracking multiple activities per day), all packed into a compact 40-mm case. (You can also choose a 45-mm or 50-mm size.) It’s a great option for tracking outdoor workouts or activities like camping, trail running, and more. The price has dipped as low as $300 back in November, but this is still a great deal.

Garmin Forerunner 255 smartwatch

Forerunner 255

Photograph: Garmin

The Forerunner 255 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) holds the title of Best Running Watch in our Best Fitness Trackers guide. It packs a ton of great features, including multiband GPS support, a compass, a barometric altimeter, Bluetooth compatibility with a variety of heart rate monitors, and improved sleep tracking. It has excellent battery life, too—WIRED reviewer Scott Gilbertson says he got about 30 hours of continuous use. You’ll also have access to useful features like Morning Report (which includes a daily greeting, weather, and more) and Body Battery (which measures your energy throughout the day, based on other metrics like activity, sleep, and VO2 Max). It dipped slightly lower to $239 earlier this month, but it’s still a good deal.

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Garmin Venu SQ

Photograph: Garmin

The Venu SQ (8/10, WIRED Recommends) was released back in 2020, but Garmin wearables are known for their longevity. This is still a great entry-level fitness tracker. It has an always-on LCD touchscreen that’s both responsive and bright, along with high-end features like energy level monitoring, blood oxygen monitoring, and sleep tracking—in addition to tracking basic metrics like step count, calories, workouts, and more. The Venu SQ often dips to this price at Amazon and reached as low as $116 in January, but this is still a solid deal.

Trek’s FX+ 2 Electric Bike Is $500 off Right Now

Trek’s FX+ 2 Electric Bike Is $500 off Right Now

Here in the Pacific Northwest, spring has sprung. Yes, it is but a false spring, and by the end of the week, we will again be moping through chilly gloom and rain. But for the time being, the sun is shining on our gleaming white vampire limbs and we are frantically preparing ourselves for summer picnics, lakeside hangs, and, naturally, plenty of biking.

That makes this year’s TrekFest spectacularly well-timed. Trek holds its largest sale of the year from March 15 through April 30, and we noticed that our top electric bike recommendation for most people, the Trek FX+ 2, is $500 off. One of our favorite electric mountain bikes, the Trek Fuel EXe, is also $1,000 off. You can also shop the rest of the sale here—there are discounts on helmets and lights too.

As always, if you don’t see anything you like or need here, don’t forget to check out our Best Electric Bikes, Best Bike Accessories, and Best Bike Locks guides.

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Best Electric Bike Deals

Trek FX 2 electric bicycle

FX+ 2

Photograph: Trek

If you came to me and said, “I want an electric bike and I’ve never ridden one before,” I would consider a few items. You probably don’t want a 65-pound direct-to-consumer behemoth that will crush you at a standstill or require you to learn how to tune hydraulic brakes yourself. At a mere 40 pounds, the Trek FX+ 2 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a relatively lightweight, aluminum city commuter made by a company with a wide network of retailers who can help you if things go awry. I’ve been testing electric bikes for years, and this is the first and only bike my dad, who is in his 60s, grabs to chase after my kids.

Before you murder me, I have to say that if you like mountain biking, $5,500 is not an insane price to pay for a super light bike with full suspension—even without an electric motor. Trek is offering a few different models for sale. This is the most affordable version; the quality of the components increases as you go higher on the price scale. However, this one still has a carbon frame with a quiet motor and the same specs as the model I tested. The modest 250-watt motor is just enough to keep up with your friends on the uphills so you can all enjoy the downhills together.

If you’ve dug your helmet out of the garage and discovered that the foam has all quietly rotted away during the winter, you need a new one. This is a modestly-priced helmet by Bontrager, which Trek owns. It features MIPS, or the Multidirectional Impact Protection System, which allows the helmet to slide relative to the brain and deflect impact.

29 Best Sleep Week Deals: Mattresses, Sheets, and Sleep Accessories

29 Best Sleep Week Deals: Mattresses, Sheets, and Sleep Accessories

How you’re sleeping affects how you feel the rest of the day. If your sleep is suffering, and you’ve already tried putting your smartphone in another room to keep the distractions at bay, well you’re in luck. National Sleep Awareness Week runs from March 10 to March 16, and that means some of our favorite sleep accessories are on sale right now. You can get a whole new mattress or maybe a fresh pair of sheets to keep you cool. All the prices listed are for queen sizes wherever relevant.

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Mattress Deals

See our Best Mattresses, Best Organic Mattresses, and Best Mattresses for Side Sleepers guides for more details. Only want to shop on Amazon? We have a guide for mattresses sold there too.

Helix Sleep Midnight Luxe Hybrid

Helix Sleep Midnight Luxe Hybrid Mattress

Photograph: Helix Sleep

Use code MADNESS20 at checkout to get 20 percent off our favorite mattress. It was slightly cheaper during President’s Day, but it’s a great mattress if you can splurge, and it works well for all sleeping positions. We tried the medium-firm Midnight Luxe model, but there are a few other versions to choose from.

Leesa’s Sapira hybrid is our runner-up pick. This bed is firm but still feels soft, and we kept coming back to it during our testing. It was also cheaper during its President’s Day sale, but it doesn’t usually have great discounts. The $1,699 price it usually is just went up on Amazon to $1,719. We’ll keep checking to see if it stays there.

Use code MADNESS20 to get this discount. The Elite is even more expensive than the other Helix we like, but it is very luxurious with nine layers of foam packed into its 16-inch thick body. Like the Luxe, there are various options depending on what firmness level and sleep position you prefer.

My Green Mattress on bed frame in a bedroom

My Green Mattress Kiwi Children’s (Twin) Mattress

Photograph: My Green Mattress

The twin size of this mattress is reasonably priced, so we recommend it as an organic option for kids. We saw it drop to $679 during the President’s Day sale, but this is the usual sale price. It’s made using certified organic cotton, wool, and latex.

WIRED readers can use code WIRED100 to get an additional $100 off the sale price. Technically this deal is $975 off, but we’ve only rarely seen it hit its $2,499 MSRP. When it was available on Amazon, it hovered between $1,625 and $1,700 most of the time. Still, it did occasionally reach peak price, and it is a discount on a great mattress for side sleepers. It needed a full two weeks to break in, though, so give it time. There’s a 120-night sleep trial, but it’s an extra $100.

This DreamCloud bed is the runner-up in our Best Mattresses You Can Buy on Amazon guide. Its eight layers of foam, coiled springs, and cashmere-blend quilted pillow top make it feel luxurious. The medium-firm feel is great for side and back sleepers, but it does lack edge support. We’ve seen it drop lower than this, but it’s steadily $1,399.

Awara Natural Mattress

Awara Natural Hybrid Mattress

Photograph: Awara

The Awara is a more affordable organic choice, and it is both supportive and bouncy, with little motion transfer. But we could feel the springs a bit more. As a nice plus, it has less off-gassing odors than other beds in boxes we’ve tried.

This is our favorite organic latex mattress. Latex beds are usually very heavy and hard to ship nationally. Turmerry solves this by shipping its bed in four boxes—the three or four separate layers zip into an organic cotton cover.

Enter code DEALS at checkout to get this discount on our favorite side-sleeping mattress. It’s 14 inches thick and firmer than most options geared toward side sleepers. But the layer of springs of varied rigidity allows your hips to sink in comfortably. The Elite occasionally reaches its $2,305 price, but we usually see it around this sale price.

Saatva Classic Mattress on a bed frame with sheets and pillows

Saatva Classic Innerspring Mattress

Photograph: Saatva

The base price for this bed has risen from $1,995 to $2,095. We haven’t tracked it reaching $1,995 until the end of February, so $400 off is a generous estimate. Still, this innerspring mattress is great if you’re dealing with back pain. The luxury firm option has a quilted organic cotton pillow top that’s zoned to promote lumbar support. A layer of high-density foam helps achy lower backs.

Most cheap mattresses are not going to be great options, but this one is fine if you absolutely need the cheapest bed right now or just want to outfit a guest room. Just know that the edge support is uneven, and the springs are a little creaky.

We liked the Linenspa better, but this is another super-cheap bed that typically costs $252. We’re impressed that its foam is CertiPUR-US certified, which means it doesn’t use formaldehyde or problematic flame retardants. We wouldn’t want to sleep on it every night, but younger people who have yet to face back problems might not mind it. It’s perfect for a guest room.

Sheets, Pillows, and Weighted Blankets Deals

See more info about fabrics and all our favorite picks in our Best Bedsheets guide.

An unmade bed with Brooklinen Linen Sheets

Brooklinen Washed Linen Core Sheet Set

Photograph: Brooklinen

Brooklinen topped our Best Sheets list a few times. Discounts are frequent enough that you should wait to purchase sheets until they’re on sale. These sheets changed how I thought about linen. I didn’t itch all night, instead I was cool and comfortable. We also like Brooklinen’s Heathered Cashmere Sheets for $280 ($70 off) and the Luxe Sateen Core Sheet Set for $151 ($38 off).

If you have an organic mattress, you should pair it with organic sheets. And if you don’t have one, organic bedding is a more affordable step toward relinquishing chemicals. These Brooklinen sheets are the best organic sheets we’ve tried. They’re soft but not overly silky; crisp but not too tight. They’re made of Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)-certified organic cotton. They’re also Oeko-Tex certified, which means they’re tested for and do not contain any known toxic chemicals.

Buffy’s sheets feel warm and cozy to snuggle into, but they are still light and airy, so you’re not sweating through the night. They’ve held up through many washes, too, with no dreaded pilling. The fabric is eucalyptus Tencel lyocell, which is sustainable and biodegradable.

The Company Store Legends Hotel Velvet Flannel Sheet Set

The Company Store Legends Hotel Velvet Flannel Sheet Set

Use code FAMILY24 to get this discount. These were the softest flannel sheets we tested, though it did take a few washes to get there. If you want warm flannels to cuddle under in the winter, these are a good bet.

Coyuchi’s flannels are another set we liked. They’re still warm and cozy, but a little lighter than the Company Store sheets. If you sleep hot, you may want to splurge on these.

This price is not for the faint of heart, but these were the softest sheets WIRED reviewer Nena Farrell has slept on. They’re silky and cooling, and Farrell says it was nice to slip into a cool bed that warmed up a little once you’re settled.

We haven’t tried these yet, so we can’t say for sure that they’ll be great. However, this 50 percent off deal was too good not to share, and you can return them within 30 days if you end up not liking them. We’ve heard great things and will be testing this bamboo set and the sateen organic set for a future update to our sheets guide.

Buffy Wiggle Pillow

Buffy Wiggle Pillow

Photograph: Buffy

I love sleeping with this gigantic pillow or curling up with it on the couch. It’s meant to be floppy so you can curl it or tie it, but you can still comfortably lay your head on it. It’s also made using 55 plastic bottles. It’s perfect on its own, but you can get a cover for $81 ($14 off), and there are now more color and fabric options than when we tried it.

Most colors are already sold out, but if you can grab one, Brooklinen’s weighted blanket is one of my favorites. It looks nice, with one satisfyingly textured side and one of washed cotton. It’s a good size too. It’s not too small to snuggle under on the couch, but I could still sleep under it without it covering my husband, who doesn’t like weighted blankets.

Slippers and Robe Deals

Read about all our favorite slippers in our full guide.

Manitobah Mukluks

Manitobah Mukluks Slippers

Photograph: Zappos

This price is for the black and oak colors. WIRED reviewer Jaina Grey says these slippers are like clouds for your feet with a nice beaded design. Manitobah is Indigenous-owned and staffed with Indigenous designers.

This sale price is also only for select colors. L.L.Bean’s Wicked Good slippers are a classic beloved by most who try them. I’ve gifted them to family members, and WIRED reviews editor Julian Chokkattu bought these for his wife. He says they’ve held up over the three years she’s used them. The brand has a few other Wicked Good styles to choose from too.

Brooklinen Super Plush Robe

Brooklinen Super-Plush Robe

Photograph: Brooklinen

This is a classic robe for lounging in while drinking coffee or throwing on after a shower. It feels a bit like a towel, but not scratchy, and it’s held up in the wash. There are great new colors as well as a nice rotating list of limited-edition colors and prints.

We tried the adult version of this robe, and this one is made for 7- to 11-year-olds. It’s 8 pounds, which is just enough to feel like a nice hug but not so heavy that your little one can’t get off the couch. However, it’s pricey even on sale.

Sleep Device Deals

For more sleep accessories, see our Best Sound Machines and Best Sleep Gadgets guides.

Hatch Rest 2nd Gen sitting on kid's bedside table glowing pink

Hatch Rest (2nd Gen) Sound Machine

Photograph: Hatch

Hatch makes great sound machine/night light combos, and the Rest is one of the cheaper models in its lineup. Adults and kids will like it as a bedside companion, but there are time-to-rest and time-to-rise beacons designed specifically for kids. You’ll get a few nice sleep sounds as is, but if you subscribe to the Hatch membership, it unlocks a ton of bedtime stories, lullabies, and mediations.

This isn’t a mask you’d wear to sleep, but Gravity’s eye massager (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a great addition to a wind-down routine. Using air pressure, heat, and vibration, this mask gently massages your temples, helping to soothe sore eyes and headaches. I’ve tried a lot of fun things as a WIRED gear writer, but eye massages are among the top five.

Enter code REST25 at checkout to apply this discount. Breathing exercises can help fight insomnia or ward off panic attacks. You don’t need a device to do them, but if you’re having trouble controlling your breathing, this little thing works. Hold it in your hand with your thumb on the heart rate sensor, and match your breath to the device as it expands and contracts. It connects to an app, but if you set your default breathing exercise, you can just grab the device and use it without opening your phone.

These earbuds are half headphones, half sleep tracker. They’re not for everyone, and our tester found it tricky to get comfortable while wearing them, but he loved that you could layer a meditation or sleep story over a nice soundscape like rain. If it’s in your budget and you’ve exhausted other sleep headphone options, these may be worth a shot.

9 Best Valentine’s Day Sex Toy Deals: Suction Toys, Vibrators, and Dildos

9 Best Valentine’s Day Sex Toy Deals: Suction Toys, Vibrators, and Dildos

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, but so is its ancient predecessor, Lupercalia! While we don’t celebrate this holiday anymore by running naked through the streets, there’s no reason you can’t observe a private celebration running naked through the sheets. To help with that, we’ve searched high and low (fully clothed) to find the best sex toy deals ahead of February 14. Be sure to check our list of the best Valentine’s Day deals if you’re on the hunt for something less spicy but still sweet.

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Updated February 9, 2024: We’ve added the Ava Vivv and the Ava Mini Go wand vibrator.

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Sex Toy Deals

Satisfyer Cutie Heart Suction Toy

Satisfyer Cutie

Photograph: Satisfyer

This one just screams Valentine’s Day! Satisfyer’s aptly named Cutie Heart suction toy is a pocket-sized air pulse stimulator shaped like an adorable little heart. The shape lends itself to solo use surprisingly well. During testing, I found the buttons a little finicky, but overall it was a solid suction toy.

Librator’s Fascinator sex blanket is exactly what it sounds like. It has a waterproof lining, a soft exterior, and it rolls up easily when not in use. This is a great pick for anyone with a partner who squirts, or if you just want to make sure your sheets stay dry when you’re having a good time. During testing, I found that the waterproof lining can be a little crinkly at first, but once it’s been used and worn in a little bit, it feels less plasticky.

The Lovense Hush is a vibrating butt plug but instead of having to fumble with buttons on a device awkwardly, it includes a remote control. This feature came in handy during solo use and partnered use; being able to adjust the intensity by remote control makes it a toy that’s versatile and fun to use.

Lelo Sila Cruise

Lelo Sila Cruise

Photograph: Amazon

Lelo’s Sila Cruise is a suction toy designed for the slow build. During testing, WIRED reviewer Louryn Strampe praised its wide intensity range, which allows you to start extremely gentle and build to a deep and powerful orgasm. This is the Cruise version from Lelo, which will automatically ramp up the vibration intensity when you press it against your body harder.

This plug doesn’t vibrate and doesn’t have a remote control, but Blush’s Temptasia Pom butt plug is a small, approachable size, with an attached (faux fur) bunny tail for some added flair in the bedroom. I found the size to be perfect for casual play and not the kind of thing you need to prep extensively to use.

The Rose-shaped suction toy is a popular category lately, and this is one of our favorites. The One Rose is coated in soft silicone, and the buttons are clear and easy to use. The broad soft mouth makes it easy to stimulate a wide variety of erogenous zones, but it excels at clitoral stimulation.

Magic Wand Mini

Magic Wand Mini

Photograph: Amazon

The Magic Wand Mini tends to fluctuate in price frequently. It’s been this price since early December, but it does bounce back up to its MSRP now and then. This is our top pick in our Best Vibrators guide, and for good reason. I love its remarkable multi-session battery life (around 2.5 to 3 hours, depending on vibration intensity) and smaller form factor when compared to the classic (and gigantic) Magic Wand.

I don’t normally put a lot of stock in Amazon reviews, but the sheer volume of rave reviews on Ava’s Vivv wand vibrator caught my eye. The Vivv is a wand-type vibrator with a silicone unibody design, easily discernible buttons, and a battery with a surprisingly long life. During testing, I got pretty close to two hours of battery life out of it. On top of that, the vibrations it produces are deep and rumbly, even at high intensity and low intensity.

The Ava Mini Go is like a shrunk-down version of Ava’s Vivv wand massager. It’s surprisingly powerful, but I find it’s pretty loud. Like, this is not a discreet toy, but it is an intense little toy. The vibrations it produces are more buzzy than rumbly, which can be nice for more surface-level stimulation on sensitive erogenous zones.

20 Best Valentine’s Day Deals (2024): Headphones, Flowers, and a Lego Kit

20 Best Valentine’s Day Deals (2024): Headphones, Flowers, and a Lego Kit

Whether you’re shopping for your significant other, your kid, or yourself, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to pick up some little treats. We’ve found a few great sales happening right now on some of our favorite gadgets and gizmos, which also make great gifts.

Be sure to check our deals from earlier in the month, many of which are still on sale, including discounted Prana apparel, plus robot vacuums and smartwatches. And speaking of self-love, we have a separate story on Valentine’s Day Sex Tech Deals for your viewing pleasure.

Updated February 8, 2024: We’ve added several new deals on phones, flowers, and gift cards.

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Tech and Toy Deals

Sony WH1000MX5 headphones

Sony WH-1000XM5

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Of all the wireless headphones we’ve tested (and that’s a lot!), these are the very best for most people. The WH-1000XM5 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) have 30 hours of battery life and excellent sound quality, plus the noise canceling is some of the best in the business. This price matches the lowest we’ve tracked.

These earbuds were $20 cheaper during the 2023 holiday shopping season, but this is still a great deal. They have a closed-ear design and active noise cancellation, and they’re comfy. Get more recommendations in our Best Wireless Earbuds guide.

The JBL Authentics 200 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is a spectacular smart speaker. It works with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa—most speakers only have one or the other. It’s compact and it looks polished, and the sound is glorious.

This charger was discontinued by Apple, but it’s a solid option if you’re still using Lightning cables to charge your devices. It can top off your iPhone and your Apple Watch simultaneously, and it folds into a neat little package once the job is done. Woot is owned by Amazon; if you’re a Prime member, you can pay with Amazon during checkout to get free shipping.

Skylight Digital Picture Frame on a kitchen counter

Skylight Digital Picture Frame

Photograph: Skylight

This is an honorable mention in our Best Digital Picture Frames guide.We don’t love the MSRP, but this discount makes it more appealing, and it’s the lowest we tend to see for the 10-inch version. Some other sizes are also on sale, but the prices aren’t as enticing based on historical data. You can read more about it here.

This price matches what we saw during Black Friday and Cyber Monday last year. If you watch a lot of Amazon Prime Video, the Fire TV Stick is the streaming device you need. You can stream from virtually any of the top services, but the operating system is heavily skewed toward the company’s content.

This 630-piece building set is a great gift for any Marvel fan. Build an evil-looking Baby Groot, complete with sharp teeth and tentacles. The figure stands nearly a foot tall, so it’ll make a good display once the construction is complete. It was slightly less expensive earlier in the week, but this is still a killer deal.

Nintendo Switch OLED

Nintendo Switch OLED

Photograph: Nintendo

The Nintendo Switch OLED (8/10, WIRED Recommends) usually costs $350, so the real steal here is the $50 Dell gift card. It’ll be delivered to your email address and can be used on anything your heart desires … so long as it’s available from Dell’s store. That includes accessories and games, which we have guides for here and here. The gift card expires 90 days after you receive it—use it or lose it!

This is one of our favorite gaming controllers. It’s compatible with Apple, PC, Android, and Steam. This price is the best we’ve seen—it’s even cheaper than we saw during the holiday shopping season last year. Battery life is solid, and there are a bunch of customization options as well.

We like the Google Pixel 7A (8/10, WIRED Recommends). We’ve rated it the best Pixel phone for most people, the best cheap phone, and the best Android phone for your money. It last fell to this price during Black Friday. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better phone for the money, and if your sweetie has a cracked screen or a potato camera, they might love this gift for Valentine’s Day.

The Motorola Razr+ (7/10, WIRED Review) goes on sale for this price every so often, but we don’t typically see it drop any lower. It has some quirks, but for a folding phone, it’s hard to find much better. If you miss the feeling of snapping your phone shut to end a call, this deal might be worth your while.

Garmin Venu 3 fitness watch

Garmin Venu 3

Photograph: Garmin

The Garmin Venu 3 is a great Apple Watch alternative. It’s one of our favorite Garmin watches thanks to its nice build quality, excellent battery life, and snazzy software features. Aside from the usual spate of health tracking capabilities, like ECG readings and oxygen monitoring, there’s sleep coaching (with nap detection) and Morning Report (which gives you relevant information when you wake up). It’s a good option for Android owners in the market for a fitness tracker.

This is the larger version of the best MacBook you can buy. The 2022 Apple MacBook Air (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is great, but it’s expensive. This price is one of the best we have seen for it. There are rumors of a new MacBook Air coming in March, but good Apple products tend to stay relevant even after new versions are released.

Deals on Coffee, Candy, and Everything Else

Trade Coffee bags

Photograph: Trade Coffee

This is a great gift for coffee lovers, but it’s also an easy way to save $10 on a three-bag subscription if you’ve been wanting to try Trade Coffee. It doesn’t save you a ton of cash, but a deal is a deal. Trade is our favorite coffee subscription service.

Forget the chalky praline-filled chocolates or roulette-style assortments. This is a solid deal on something sweet. You can use Subscribe & Save for an even lower price—just be sure to cancel your subscription afterward if you aren’t interested in subsequent deliveries.

We like a lot of Buffy’s bedding and bedding-adjacent products, and many of them are on sale right now with free shipping. Some standouts include the Wiggle Pillow for $93 ($16 off), the Breeze Sheet Set for $166 ($29 off), and the Cloud Comforter for $124 ($21 off). The Breeze Sheets are some of our very favorite bedsheets, and I sleep with the Cloud Comforter every night. It rocks. Some of these prices are matched at Amazon, where you’ll need to clip the on-page coupons to get the discounts.

We haven’t put these in a guide yet, but I’ve been testing Klaw’s walking sneakers and I love them. They’re extremely comfortable—I’m currently in a walking boot due to an ankle injury, so I’ve been relying heavily on my Klaws on the other foot, and it’s supremely comfortable. The footbed is cushioned and supportive, the shoe’s design helps you walk naturally, and the tops are even rainproof.

cricut device in blue and white

Cricut Joy

Photograph: Cricut

The Cricut Joy (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a cute and compact crafting machine. It goes on sale during every shopping holiday, but these prices are good based on historical data. One gripe I had with the Cricut Joy was that there were too many projects I could do, and I didn’t know how to get started. I’ve linked to the starter kit that includes a few different bits and pieces to test out the Cricut Joy’s capabilities, but other bundles are also on sale. The only limit is your creativity. You can make greeting cards, vinyl cutouts and stickers, monogrammed goods, or wedding invitations. This bundle also includes a free month of Cricut Access, which is a library of designs and templates. Make sure to cancel it if you aren’t interested in paying $10 per month after the trial is over.

Bouquet of red roses in a white vase

The Bouqs

Photograph: Bouqs

I’ve used The Bouqs for many years. I like its visually distinctive flower arrangements, which also tend to be affordable compared to similar bouquets from other companies. This is a solid deal if you want to get flowers delivered to your Valentine. Just make sure you order earlier than later, lest you end up paying exorbitant shipping fees.

If your sweetheart is a tough nut to crack, or they’re just addicted to scented candles from Bath and Body Works, this gift card sale may be worth browsing. Some are discounted, and some will get you Amazon credits back. There are options from all sorts of brands, from Instacart to Victoria’s Secret. Each of these gift cards is on sale with a unique coupon code, so be sure to enter that during checkout to get your discount. There’s a limit of one card per brand per customer.