Some people can be tough to shop for. But when you start the hunt early enough (and with the right guidance — ahem), you are more likely to find something that will help you score big-time this holiday season. Not to mention, the earlier you start, the less likely you are to miss out on giving the gift you'd hoped for because of shipping delays or inflation price hikes.
Lightweight, compact and crystal clear, the Galaxy Tab A7 is ready to sync with any Wi-Fi and begin streaming your favorite shows and movies, all the while allowing you to interact with social media and access your email. Whether you're looking to keep your kids busy in the car or trying to cram in a bit of work during your morning commute, this tablet is affordable enough at just $109 to add it to your tote.
This reviewer said the price is right for all it offers: "I like that it's small enough to fit in my purse, yet big enough to still see things like TV programs or city building games. The functionality is great, too."
Bring pizza back to life, grill burgers or bake your favorite snacks to crispy perfection with the Ninja Foodi air fryer and grill combo. This large and powerful kitchen appliance will be the only cooking platform you'll want to use given how easy and fast it makes your daily meal prep. You can cook up to six steaks or a whopping two dozen hot dogs on this thing at once, which means it can handle supper for your entire brood. Great to have on hand for holidays or game day.
This appliance is great if you can't have a grill or don't want to freeze out on your patio. The best part it, it won't fill your home with smoke: "I purchased this for the grill because I live in an apartment and cannot grill on my balcony. My husband didn't believe that it would not smoke, but it really doesn't. I have grilled with BBQ sauce and it has not been a problem. The grill cooks quickly. I am impressed."
You have pets and allergies, we have the solution. The Shark Vertex Speed Upright Vacuum offers all the power and technology required to lift away pet hair and dander while improving your home environment. That's because this powerful vacuum is outfitted with an Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology and a HEPA filter that traps up to 99.9% of dust and allergens. If you have dogs and cats, you don't want to miss out on this incredible $200-off deal.
Reviewers are blown away by the power this vacuum packs: "I was so excited to try it out that once it arrived and I put it together (this was a breeze) and went to work on carpets... MAN, OH MAN was I blown away at how clean and fluffy they looked after just one go-over!!! Moving on to hardwood floors, and I think that just sealed the deal for me!!!"
Gaming might not look like it's physical strenuous, but it can definitely take a toll on your hands. Upgrade your kid's setup (or your own) with this wireless controller that offers a comfortable grip on the triggers, bumpers and back case. There's also a new share button on it, which allows players to capture and share screenshots or recordings of their play.
Users are big fans of this design: "Probably the best Xbox controller made yet! It is very comfortable to hold, has great texture for grip, the matte finish is really nice. I thought I wouldn’t like the new D-pad, but was I wrong."
Never have to choose between rollerblades or roller skates again with this awesome convertible set for boys. The pair comes in a cool green and black color scheme and they're easily converted from four linear wheels to roller skate trucks. The best part? they're also resizable, meaning you can purchase just one pair and watch your child use them for years and years as they adjust to fit their feet. They're available in pink and black as well.
Available in a range of sizes for children's small or medium, they make for an awesome, long lasting gift for less than $30 if you buy now.
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