15 Best Weekend Deals: Phones, Earbuds, and More


If you missed out on some of the great Memorial Day sales last weekend, there’s good news: Some of the tech deals are still rolling over from the holiday. We’ve rounded up goodies ranging from discounted MacBook Pros to affordable robot vacuums for your perusal.

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Deals on Phones, Accessories, and Headphones

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  • Google Pixel 3A for $350 ($50 off): This isn’t the best deal we’ve seen on Google’s affordable phone—last weekend it was as low as $280. But at $50 off, it’s still a great value if you’re looking for one of the best Android phones for not a lot of money. As you can read in our review (9/10, WIRED Recommends), the 3A has one of the best cameras on a phone of its price, it’s plenty powerful, and its battery lasts a whole day.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note10+ for $750 ($350 off): This is a great price for one of 2019’s most luxurious phones. The Note10+ (8/10, WIRED Recommends) has more power than you might need, but it’s one of the only phones that comes with a built-in stylus. The smaller Note10 is available for $700, but the Note10+ is a better value at just $50 more.

  • Aukey USB-C 10,000 mAh Power Bank for $30 ($17 off): This is a simple power bank that made it into our Ninetendo Switch Accessories guide. It’s not powerful enough to charge while you play, but it has enough capacity to juice the console up, as well as your phone, and any other devices with its multiple ports.

  • Apple AirPods Pro for $230 ($20 off): This is as low as the AirPods Pro have gone since Apple released them in 2019. Still, they’re great earbuds (8/10, WIRED Recommends), especially if you own an iPhone (though they work with Android phones with some limited features).

  • JBL Tune 210 Earbuds for $10 ($10 off): If you just want a simple pair of earbuds and don’t need all the bells and whistles, the Tune 210 are a solid option. They’re already cheap at their usual price of $20, but you can get them for 50 percent off.

Other Tech and Miscellaneous Deals

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