Sure, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are generally where you save serious greenbacks on everything from Apple products to headphones to Kindles. But President’s Day also brings with it a slew of online sales. Many are garbage, with retailers just trying to unload products that are outdated. The President’s Day sales we found are worth your time and money, giving you savings on the latest models of stuff you actually want.
The highly coveted AirPods with noise cancellation are down from $249. The price goes up and it goes down and when it's down, it's time to buy.
The latest iteration of the iPad Mini in rose gold is down from $399. It has a 7.9 inch retina display, plus an 8MP back camera as well as a 7MP FaceTime HD front camera.
Don't pay $999 for this fantastic 13 inch MacBook. It has 8GB of memory and an 1.8 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor.
Some of the most comfortable and lightweight headphones you can buy are down from $249.95. They have a customizable fit and up to 9 hours of play time, plus you control volume and take calls from each bud.
Our favorite kids' tablet has an 8 inch screen, 32 GB internal storage, up to 10 hours of battery life, and it's down from $129.99 to $79.99.
With a 10 inch screen and and up to 12 hours of battery life, this is the tablet to get when it's not $199.99; it's now $149.99. You get a 1-year subscription to 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, Audible books, and educational content.
The Ring doorbell is down from $199. It works with Alexa, of course, and monitors your home in 1080HD video with infrared night vision. You can talk to anyone at your door using your phone or tablet.
If you want a Ring upgrade, the Pro is down from $249. Like its siblings, it monitors your home in 1080HD video with infrared night vision but this model requires hardwired installation. The upside: You never have to change the battery.
The $199.95 Fitbit Versa 2 has a bigger screen than earlier models, and it works with Alexa. It tracks your sleep, heart rate, steps, distance, calories burned, hourly activity, active minutes and floors climbed.
The third generation Echo smart speaker, down from $99.99, has immaculate sound. The speakers are Dolby-powered for 360 degree audio. Oh, and of course, you can use it to voice control just about everything.
The second gen WiFi router is down from $169 and provides up to 2200 square feet of coverage for your home. Plus, it lets you pause the WiFi if you want to limit kiddie screen time.
The breathing baby monitor, which works without any wearables, is down from $399. You can watch your baby from your phone and talk to him via two-way audio. Plus it has a 256 bit encryption and a tamper-resistant Crypto Chip so data remains secure.
This video baby monitor, which has stunning clarity, is down from $299.99. It mounts to the wall above your baby's crib and has 256-bit encryption keeps your data secure. If you're so inclined, you can track your baby's sleep patterns and get sleep guidance.
Parents, here's the full Nanit bundle, down from $379.97. The camera shows you everything happening in and around the crib and with the wearable breathing swaddle and band, you can monitor your baby's breathing motion in real time. This bundle comes with a stand so you can take the Nanit on the road with you.
If you're in the throes of sleep training, this clock, down from $34.99, shows your kid when it's time to wake up or time for bed through the cloud: It changes colors.
This baby carrier, down from $139.99, has 6 ergonomic carry styles and a zip-down front pocket for breathability.
Here's something we don't see often? Yeti on sale. This travel mug is down from $44.96. It has a magnetized lid that won't slip or slide around. Hence, no spillage.
Normally $149.95, the Pelican sling cooler has an 8.5 liter capacity and a fully waterproof zipper. It has insulated inner walls and just looks cool.
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