Let’s end April by offering a slew of great deals. Woot has a limited-time offer that offers solid discounts on the standard Nintendo Switch (the non OLED version) as well as the smaller, more affordable Switch Lite. You can also get up to $20 off if you purchase through the Woot app (iOS or Android — just open these Woot links from your phone and they’ll redirect), It’s not bad at all! It’s not too bad! The real discount comes when you buy it through the app. This will take a little less off the price, totaling $269.99 after tax. This is a much lower price than some refurbished deals, and you are getting a brand-new-in-box model. Check out our review of this model.
Nintendo Switch (red Joy-Cons and Blue Joy-Cons).
The Nintendo Switch has a touch screen of 6.2 inches, three play styles and a Wi Fi connection. This allows for multiplayer gaming (with a Nintendo Switch Online Subscription).
Woot (in app)
Switch Lite. It usually costs $199.99. But Woot is offering $10 off. The extra discounts will save you $20, making it $180 before tax. Check out our review of the smaller Switch Lite.
Nintendo Switch Lite
Nintendo’s lighter, smaller Switch makes it easier for you to play your Switch games while on the move.
Woot (in app)
Best Buy (turquoise).
Friday was the week’s best deal. This is a $20 discount on Beats Fit Pro, which in our review was voted the best Beats earbuds. They were originally $199.99 but are now $179.99 at a variety retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon. This is the lowest price they have ever been. This price is a bit steep considering that AirPods Pro and third generation AirPods cost less. The Fit Pro’s strengths, including their secure and comfortable fit and solid noise cancellation, make them worth considering. They are available in four colors.
Beats Fit Pro
Beats Fit Pro earbuds feature integrated wing tips to keep them secure during running and exercise. They are also noise cancelling and have the right amount bass and kick to keep your motivation high.
Etymotic’s high-fidelity earplugs, the ER20XS, are suitable for concert-goers who like to play loud instruments in a recording studio or have sensitive ears. They protect your hearing but don’t completely block out any sounds you may be interested in. They come with a carrying case and neckband. These earplugs claim to reduce sound levels evenly and preserve speech, making it less jarring than standard earplugs. They work exactly as Etymotic claims (I always have one).
Woot has a new set of standard-fit Etymotic earplugs for $11.99, instead of $19.99
Earplugs Etymotic ER20XS
These Etymotic earplugs are designed to block sounds that could cause hearing damage. However, they preserve details so that they don’t completely dampen the experience of listening to music or other audible experiences that you enjoy.
TCL’s 5-series 65-inch QLED TVs are expensive. This TV is priced at $648 on Amazon and $649.99 on Best Buy, well below its usual $899.99. This TV is a great all-around model. Its full-array local dimming provides more even lighting than the edge-lit panels. It is not designed for high-end gaming. This model is not the $999.99 6-series MiniLED model, which has a 120Hz refresh rate panel. It operates at 60Hz and does not have HDMI 2.1 ports for fast gaming.
TCL 5-Series 65 inch QLED Roku TV from TCL
TCL’s 5-Series has Dolby Vision and QLED quantum dot HDR. It also comes at a price that is hard to beat.