Every day, the Internet is teeming with deals, sales, discounts, and savings. But, as the Internet is a big, distracting place, said deals can be difficult to find. Plus, you don’t have time to sniff ’em all out. You have work and kids and a total of 25 minutes of free time that shouldn’t be spent looking for discounts. So, to help you put, we’ll be combing through the daily offerings and rounding up the deals we like, and think you might find useful. Today, there are some great deals on Star Wars toys and electronics, Schrade knives, and, just in time for back-to-school season, High Sierra backpacks and lunch boxes. Take a look.
Hasbro Star Wars Forces of Destiny Jedi Power Lightsaber at Best Buy
A ton of Star Wars merchandise is on sale at Best Buy: action figures, headphones, Bluetooth speakers, Funko collectibles, even socks. But for our money, you can’t go wrong with a classic toy lightsaber, down from $30 to just $8 today.
Spin Master Star Wars BB-8 Droid at Best Buy
We would be remiss if we didn’t call out this crazy-good deal on a remote- and voice-controlled version of BB-8, arguably the cutest droid in the galaxy.
Schrade Stainless Steel Fixed-Blade Knife at Amazon
It’s almost fall, which means it’s almost peak hiking season. Hit the trails prepared with this sale on five different blades from Schrader. The most practical knives for most people are the fixed blade models. A model with a 6.4-inch high carbon stainless steel blade has 4.6 stars on more than 1,200 reviews and can be had for 24 percent less than usual today.
High Sierra Loop Backpack at Amazon
Amazon is having an expansive sale on High Sierra’s well-reviewed backpacks and lunchboxes. Twenty-one different colors of the Loop backpack (4.3 stars on 2,000 reviews) are on sale, with the all-black model coming it at less than twenty bucks.
High Sierra Single Compartment Lunch Bag at Amazon
If your kid needs a new lunch bag, check out this deal on a single compartment model from High Sierra, with some colors up to 30 percent off. Our favorite feature: a handle that unbuckles so it can be attached to a backpack, so even forgetful kids won’t go hungry.