Today’s best deals: Special Prime-only deals, $16 sand-proof beach blanket, $11 air fryer cheat sheets, $14 nonstick pan, more
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Prime Day 2021 might be long gone, but there’s something you might not realize. There’s a special section on Amazon with exclusive deals for Prime members only. It’s like Prime Day every day, and we chose the 10 best Prime-only deals you can get today. Be sure to scroll all the way to the end of today’s roundup, because that’s where you’ll find them!
Before we get to all that, let’s take a look at some deal highlights that are available to everyone:
I’m not trying to brag or anything, but people compliment me every single time I cook steak or hamburgers. Seriously… every single time. My salmon and tuna steaks are also always cooked perfectly. And my chicken? Everyone tells me they can’t get enough. I’m definitely no professional chef — not even close. In fact, I … The post Amazon shoppers love this $22 gadget that helps you cook perfect steak every time appeared first on BGR.
It’s a 3-in-1 knife sharpener that includes 1) a stainless steel angle gauge for measuring your blade’s precise angle, 2) three ceramic wheels for straightening the blade, 3) three precision wheels for sharpening the blade, and 4) three tungsten carbide rods for putting a new edge on your blade. (Watch the video of how the device works here).
Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale is underway and only here for a few more days, so we’re scoping out any last-minute finds you need to grab before the savings are gone. To help you get through the rest of summer in style, Ray-Ban sunglasses are up to $66 off at Nordstrom. Now, Ray-Ban sunglasses do not go on […]
Nordstrom’s coveted Anniversary Sale is here, and we cannot stop looking at all the gems in store. There’s an abundance of things we’ve got our eyes on during this massive sale: UGG boots, Hunter boots, and plenty of Meghan Markle-loved finds, but the one thing you’ll regret not buying? Frye boots. They’re up to $124 […]
Summer is the season of outdoor living, and If you have limited garage space or struggle to keep your pool and garden accessories in one place, you might want to invest in additional outdoor storage. This way, your beautiful outdoor areas won’t get all grimy and drastically disorganized with mountains of stuff that’s ready to …
Everyone knows stores like the Dollar Tree and Dollar General offer deep discounts, but if you're not careful you could actually end up spending more per unit on certain items. Beads, feathers, stickers, foam shapes and more are just $1 at dollar stores across the country.
Each year, the Good Housekeeping Institute tests hundreds of toys and electronics in order to find the best gifts for kids. The toys and gifts for 13-year-old boys below includes a mix of lab-tested toys and tech, Good Housekeeping Toy Award winners, and best-selling products with rave reviews. If you have more people to shop for on your list, don't forget to check out Good Housekeeping's other gift guides for boys and girls of all ages, from toys for 2-year-olds to gifts for teens.
This shopping app is made for – and driven by – Gen Z.(Moira Campos) "It was, oh, my gosh, I was so excited to get that first sale. I made 20 bucks but I mean, it's something."Depop is taking the sustainable shopping world by storm, boasting more than 30 million users across nearly 150 countries.It’s an online hub where people buy and sell reused clothing, vintage shoes and accessories.Let’s take a look at how this trendy app is disrupting the global retail industry. Depop is powered by young influencers like 20-year-old Moira Campos.Her online store – The Rise of Moira – has 40,000 followers, making her one of Depop’s top sellers."I started when I was in high school... I had all these clothes in my closet that I don't use anymore. And I came across this girl on YouTube who would sell her old clothes on Depop to make money. So I started doing that."Her first sale ever was a vintage Tommy Hilfiger sweater for 20 bucks.Since then, selling clothes on Depop has since become a full-time job for Campos.She works with her brother to source, shoot and sell dozens of items on the app every week."I started with a $20 capital, but now I would usually spend about a thousand dollars in inventory a month and that would generate me, depends on the season, but it would generate me about $5,000 to $7,000 in a month.""It's a lot like Instagram. It's user-friendly, so when we open the app, I mean, it's not that complicated, not like other selling platforms... And it's also our style, like most of the people who sell on the app are also GenZs.”The U.S. second-hand clothing market is estimated to double to $77 billion within the next five years.That’s according to online thrift store ThredUp.Depop plays a significant part in that boom.In mid-2021, e-commerce giant Etsy acquired the 10-year-old app for $1.6 billion, seeking to attract younger shoppers.Retail analyst Mary Epner says Depop could pose a real threat to traditional retailers."This is really for the younger generation and the things that they would like, and the influencers go here so that they can create one of a kind outfits at a great price."But there are questions about the ethics of Depop, too. Savvy young sellers who are able to buy clothing in bulk from thrift stores, might mark up those items on the online store for twice the price. And as more teens turn to the app to make a quick buck, some fear that sustainability might lose out to profitability. Campos insists that all she hopes to do is give old clothes a second life, and maybe one day create a clothing line of her own."In five years, hopefully, I have my own brand, my clothing brand. Maybe I would still be doing Depop on the side just for fun because it is fun, but definitely in five years I want to have my own brand and selling on my own website."