Get $20 Off Amazon Kindles, 30 Percent Off Dell Inspiron Laptop and More Deals
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$20 off the Amazon's Kindles: $100 Kindle Paperwhite, $60 Kindle
Save on Amazon's best selling Amazon Paperwhite. It uses an HD display for sharp text, a built-in backlight for reading in the dark and a single charge will last for weeks.
Dell Inspiron 17 5000 Core i7-6500U SKYLAKE 17.3" 1080p Laptop (8GB/1TB) for $609 (Orig. $902.00)
Use code: INSP609. This is an excellent deal for a larger 17.3" laptop. While it's not as portable, it serves as a great replacement for a desktop computer.
SKLZ Quick Flat Rung Agility Ladder for $15.77 (Orig. $34.99)
If you are doing tons of distance running, it's a great idea to mix in some agility work to keep your body guessing. These are tangle free and fold out quickly. Low profile edges help prevent your shoes from catching on the sides.
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