Daily deals July 2: 48% off LG 48-inch OLED TV, $45 Blink Mini, $219 Shure Podcast Mic, more

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Saturday’s best deals include a Belkin MagSafe-compatible Magnetic Wireless Charger for $20, 19% off an EVGA GeForce RTX 3090, and much more.

On a daily basis, AppleInsider checks online stores to uncover discounts on products including Apple hardware, mobile devices, hardware upgrades, smart TVs, and accessories. The best offers are compiled into our daily deals post for you to enjoy .

If you find any out-of-stock items, you may still be able to order them and enjoy the discount, but get your order at a later time. As Amazon discounts have a limited lifespan, you may want to buy them early before they disappear.

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Top deals for July 2

  • LG C1 48-inch OLED 4K Smart TV: Was $1,499.99, now $796.99 on Amazon.
  • Blink Mini Camera: Was $84.99, now $44.99 on Amazon for Prime subscribers.
  • Blink Video Doorbell + 2 Outdoor Camera System with Sync Module: Was $214.98, now $107.98 on Amazon for Prime subscribers.
  • Pelonis 40-inch Oscillating Tower Fan: Was $69.99, now $49.99 on Amazon.
  • EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 24GB GDDR6X GPU: Was $1,919.99, now $1,549.99 on Amazon.
  • Belkin MagSafe-compatible Magnetic Wireless Charger: Was $27.99, now $19.99 on Amazon.
  • Lodge 10-1/4-inch Pre-Seasoned Skillet: Was $29.85, now $19.90 on Amazon.
  • Shure MV7 USB Podcast Microphone: Was $249, now $219 on Amazon.
  • Klipsch RP-600 Reference Premiere Bookshelf Speakers Pair: Was $769, now $299.99 on Adorama.
  • Amazon Echo Dot (Gen-2, Used, tested by Amazon): Now $7.99 on woot!.

Other top deals, still going strong

  • Amazon Eero 6 dual-band WiFi router 3-pack: Was $199, now $159 on Amazon.
  • Amazon Eero Pro 6 tri-band WiFi router 3-pack: Was $599, now $389 on Amazon.
  • Monster Boomerang Neckband bluetooth speaker: Was $89.98, now $48.99 on Amazon with code UEIFAAHK.
  • Apple Watch Series 7 stainless steel with GPS + LTE 45mm: Was $749, now $629 on Amazon.
  • Spigen Air Fit for Apple AirTag wallet card case: Was $14.99, now $11.99 on Amazon.
  • Masterbuilt Digital Electric Smoker, 30-inch: Was $199.99, now $159.99 on Amazon.
  • Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse: Was $159.99, now $135.99 on Amazon.
  • LG 24-inch UltraFine 4K Thunderbolt monitor: Was $694.95, now $644.95 on Amazon.
  • Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter: Was $49, now $45.99 on Amazon.
  • PowerColor Red Devil AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics card with 12GB RAM: Was $519.99, now $469.99 on Amazon.
  • Logitech Brio 4K webcam: Was $199.99, now $139.54 on Amazon.
  • Sabrent 4-bay USB 3.0 SATA hard drive docking station: Was $119.99, now $84.99 on Amazon.
  • Blink video doorbell: Was $49.99, now $34.99 on Amazon.
  • Sabrent Rocket Nano 1TB external SSD: Was $209.99, now $119.99 on Amazon.
  • Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card with 12GB RAM: Was $1,599.99, now $1,099.99 on Amazon.
  • Whall 13QT Air Fryer: Was $399.99, now $109.99 on Amazon with on-page coupon.
  • Razer Huntsman mini keyboard: Was $119.99, now $79.99 on Amazon.
  • Dyson V8 Fluffy Cordless Vacuum: Was $499.99, now $299.99 on Walmart.
  • Sony Noise-Cancelling True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds: Was $279.99, now $119.99 on eBay.

Additional bargains

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AppleInsider and Apple Authorized Resellers are also running specials on Mac and iPad hardware that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many of the items, but also throw in bonus savings on accessories, software and more. Here are just a few of the deals running this week:


Josh is a Staff Writer at Geeker. He has close to a decade of experience covering consumer technology and previously worked as a News Editor at XDA Developers. Josh loves all things technology and is also an avid DIYer at heart. He has written thousands of articles, hundreds of tutorials, and dozens of reviews.

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