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    If you’re shopping for a discount, your options are going to be a bit limited for a while now that Presidents Day is over and the next big sale won’t come until Memorial Day. However, that doesn’t mean everything is back to full price. There are always discounts available that are worth a look, and while you may have to dig a little deeper to find those sales, we’re still seeing some ongoing from the holiday weekend.

    Saving money should never mean sacrificing quality, and Consumer Reports is here to help you find the best prices on great products. We’ve been keeping tabs on all the products we test, including big-ticket items like refrigerators and induction ranges, kitchen appliances like air fryers and coffee makers, and smart home products like smart bulbs and security cameras. Whenever an item that scores well in our ratings goes on sale, we’ll let you know so that you can find the gems amid the duds.

    Don’t see what you’re looking for below? Keep checking back. We’ll be bringing you the best deals on tested products all year long.

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    • Air Fryers
    • Coffee Makers
    • Countertop Appliances
    • Kitchen Tools
    • Home Goods
    • Mattresses
    Smart Home
    Large Appliances

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    Spotlight Deal

    The Vitamix One is the brand’s simplest blender; therefore, it’s not intended for making hot soups or thick nut butters. But it thrives with smoothies, sauces, dips, and frozen desserts. The blender is streamlined yet high-performance, with intuitive controls, a 32-ounce jar, a removable lid plug, and a tamper to push ingredients into its durable stainless steel blades. Like many Vitamix blenders, it’s noisy, but power prevails as it breaks down veggies and frozen fruits.

    Why it’s a good deal: Walmart’s more than $100 discount is the best we’ve ever seen for this blender.

    Air Fryers

    The electronic controls and programmed settings on the Ninja AF101 are among the easiest to see and use, respectively, earning high ratings in our assessments. Cleaning the inside and outside is fairly simple, and the measured capacity of this model is just about average at 3 quarts. Bear in mind that this model runs on the noisy side, with the fan as loud as a countertop microwave.

    Why it’s a good deal: Though it was recently closer to $80 at Amazon, this is still a dynamite discount.

    The unique tilt function on this Oster model rotates your food for you, which takes away the need for manual turning and contributes to an even crisp. That feature already sets it apart from most of the other air fryers in our ratings. But on top of that, it receives great scores in all our testing categories, is dishwasher-safe, and has a measured capacity of 5 quarts. That means it’s great for families.

    Why it’s a good deal: This titanium-infused air fryer (read: easy cleaning) is about $25 more than its lowest price, but it’s still a decent savings if you need a trusty air fryer right now.

    Coffee Makers

    As its name suggests, the Keurig K-Duo Plus pulls double duty as a single-serve K-Cup brewer and a drip coffee maker with a stainless steel carafe. It performs superbly in our pod tests and decently in our drip tests. Its features include a multiposition removable water reservoir, height-adjustable drip tray, auto-shutoff, and programming.

    Why it’s a good deal: This coffee maker is back down to the best price we’ve seen in weeks.

    For a brewer with a thermal carafe, consider this deal on the Mr. Coffee Optimal Brew BVMC-PSTX91. Our tests show that thermal carafes aren’t as easy to hold and pour as glass carafes, but this machine still performs decently for handling. It also offers great brew performance and is quite easy to clean and use.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is $10 more than the lowest price we’ve seen but is still a good discount.

    The Braun BrewSense 12-cup Programmable KF7000BK is an all-around great coffee maker—offering strong brew performance, an easy-to-pour carafe, and plenty of convenient features, including auto-shutoff, a water filter, programming, a cleaning indicator, and a permanent filter.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is about $7 more than the lowest price we’ve seen, a discount that hasn’t been available since the holidays.


    With its pink blush exterior, white ceramic interior, and gold handles, the GreenPan Padova Reserve certainly makes a style statement. But how is it on substance? Not too shabby. In fact, its scores on all our major cooking tasks are top-notch, including a stellar rating for speed of heating. Its handles are sturdy and stay fairly cool to the touch. The nonstick coating is durable, although some of the nonstick pans in our ratings do even better on that test. The 10 pieces are two frying pans, two saucepans, a sauté pan, a stockpot, and four lids.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is a substantial discount on an attractive cookware set—just $20 more than we saw for Presidents Day. This price is for the blush pink version. Other colors are on sale for $308 to $320.

    An internet sensation, this Caraway ceramic-coated cookware set turned out to be a sensation in our tests, too, rising to the top of our nonstick-set ratings. It comes with 14 pieces, but only half of them are pots or lids. The rest are various racks, hooks, trivets, and things you might not want or have space for. Of course, if this is your first cookware set, why not? It excels in all four of our key cooking tests, and the handles are sturdy and stay cool to the touch while you’re cooking. It comes in six colors, including the Perracotta set pictured here.

    Why it’s a good deal: This highly sought-after brand rarely goes on sale, so any savings is exciting. And $50 isn’t exactly pocket change.

    The Tramontina 80131/066DS excels at two crucial tasks for a cast-iron skillet: searing and browning. In our tests, we sear a New York strip steak and brown scallops. We also bake cornbread, for which this pan earns a solid rating, on a par with most of the top cast-iron pans we’ve tested.

    Why it’s a good deal: This frying pan typically sells for closer to $60 and has been on sale for around $50, but Wayfair recently dropped its price by another few bucks from last week to bring the price below $40.

    Countertop Appliances

    The compact Hamilton Beach Professional All-Metal 63240 won’t hog counter space or take a bite out of your budget. It’s equally good at whipping and kneading, earning top marks in CR’s tests for both, meaning it can handle both light and heavy tasks. And it’s almost as good at mixing things like cookie dough. Our testers found it fairly convenient to use and clean, and the noise it makes when running is not objectionable. The head of the mixer tilts, and it comes with a flat beater, dough hook, and wire whisk.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is already a lower-cost option, so mixing in the additional savings only sweetens the offer.

    The Cuisinart Custom 14 DFP-14BCNY garners a top rating for chopping, meaning it consistently chopped onions and nuts into midsized pieces. And it’s one of the quietest models we’ve tested. It has a 14-cup capacity and stands almost 16 inches high. Many of the food processors we’ve evaluated operate with touch buttons, but this one has levers—one for on, the other for pulsing and off. The warranty covers three years; five for the motor. 

    Why it’s a good deal: This is a substantial discount, and it’s available for this price only at Walmart right now.

    Like its Category 5 name suggests, this gunmetal-finish Cuisinart Hurricane Pro blender is noisy, but its commercial-grade horsepower takes blending to the next level. In fact, it’s Cuisinart’s most powerful blender ever. With variable speed control from 1,500 rpm to a turbo-boosting 30,000 maximum blending power, it also features automatic load sensing, adjustable presets, a digital display, and a memory-setting function. It comes with an extra-large, 64-ounce BPA-free Tritan plastic jar with a soft-grip handle.

    Why it’s a good deal: This low price, which has been available for over a week now, beats the previous discount by $10.

    The Toastmaster Two-Slice Toaster lends a slightly midcentury modern look to your counter, and browns bread quickly and quite capably—handling one and two slices equally well. You’ll need to put English muffins in twice, though, because they’ll still look light after toasting at the darkest setting. This toaster includes bagel and frozen settings, and combo push-button and dial controls.

    Why it’s a good deal: It’s not easy to find this stylish little workhorse in stainless, especially for less than $50. You’ll just need to use the code FLOWERS to get the full savings. (The code changes frequently, so make sure you check it before you add to your cart.)

    Kitchen Tools

    Earning top marks for dry-food sealing and speed, the Geryon E2900-MS is a relatively quiet vacuum sealer. It comes with rolls of plastic for making custom-sized bags but doesn’t include storage for them in the device itself. The device’s control buttons are sensitive to the touch, and it features an accessory port and hose for vacuum-sealing containers with special lids. 

    Why it’s a good deal: We haven’t seen the price dip below $40 in a long time.

    The All-Clad KZ750D aces our soup purée tests and is very good at blending frozen fruit and yogurt for smoothies. It operates at variable speeds, including a turbo speed, and comes with a 1-year warranty.

    Why it’s a good deal: All-Clad sales are rare, so a 29 percent discount on this handheld blender is more than worth checking out.

    This immersion blender from Vitamix receives only a middling score overall, but if you simply want to make smoothies, it’s worth considering. It earns a solid mark for blending yogurt and fruit, though others in our ratings are aces at whipping up both smoothies and soup. It doesn’t come with accessories, but it has five claimed speeds, and two blades instead of one (which is said to help with crushing ice). 

    Why it’s a good deal: This is the holiday sale price. It’s not quite as good as the Black Friday deal, when it was closer to $100, but you’re still saving 17 percent.

    Aerolatte To-Go Milk Frother

    The Aerolatte To-Go is a nifty little handheld frother that’s capable of frothing up a variety of milks both hot and cold, including plant-based milks. Because it’s handheld, it has a bit of a learning curve, but we were able to get the hang of it in just a few minutes. This Aerolatte is also a cinch to clean: You simply run it in a cup of soapy water for a bit, then run it out of the cup to dry.

    Why it’s a good deal: This frother is still available for its Black Friday sale price in the Satin finish.

    The Bodum Bistro Electric Burr Coffee Grinder earns solid scores in all our grind-performance tests, and it’s particularly great at producing coarse grounds, which are ideal for cold-brew and French-press coffee. This model is also easy to clean, but its controls are a bit unintuitive, and it’s one of the noisier grinders in our ratings. The Bodum features 12 grind settings, an auto-stop feature, and a timer.

    Why it’s a good deal: The black model is more than $50 off the original price, the best price we’ve ever seen for this model.

    Home Goods

    The Vornado VMH600 has the best overall performance of all the space heaters in our tests. It tops our spot-heating test while falling just a bit short in room heating, where it earns an above-average rating. It’s one of the quieter heaters in our tests, too, and sports safety features such as a tip-over switch and a timer that allows you to program when the heater turns on and off. It weighs 10 pounds and has an easy-to-use fan and a remote control.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is a modest discount, but it’s a top-tested model in CR’s rankings, making it worth a look.

    With a name like Heat Storm, you expect a lot, and both the Heat Storm Mojave and the Sahara (not currently on sale) hit our spot-heating test out of the park. The Mojave also earns above-average ratings for room heating, hot surface, noise, and ease of use. It weighs 9.5 pounds and comes with a fan and a remote control.

    Why it’s a good deal: Amazon is the only major retailer selling this model for under $100.

    This 24-volt cordless drill from Flex features a ½-inch chuck and a 5.0-amp-hour battery, standard, for long run times. At almost 6 pounds, it’s heavier than nearly all the competition, but it offers unmatched performance. It aces many of our tests while still costing less than many other models in its class.

    Why it’s a good deal: A $50 discount puts the price for this powerful drill under $200, and it’s available only at Lowe’s.

    The stylish Crane Drop humidifier is intended for rooms up to 250 square feet and has a stellar overall rating in CR’s tests. This model comes with an empty-tank indicator and has an automatic shutoff. Easy to use and energy-efficient, this model also scores top marks for its low noise levels. 

    Why it’s a good deal: This model is consistently $10 cheaper in both the solid white and clear white colors than it is for the other color options, making it a great low-cost option.

    On just about every measure, including moisture output and noise, the Crane Owl humidifier soars. It’s convenient to use, though not being able to get a hand into the tank for cleaning is a drawback. The 250-square-foot claimed coverage area is on the high end for a small-room model. Other animal figures in this Crane series include Wyatt the Fox, Puffington the Penguin, Misty the Unicorn, Sidney the Sheep, the Crane Train, Hello Kitty, Freddy the Frog, Mya the Monkey, Violet the Hippo, and Elliot the Elephant. They all perform similarly and may be on sale for similar prices.

    Why it’s a good deal: With heating season in full swing, few humidifiers are on sale right now. So a 25 percent discount isn’t bad.


    Bear Mattress’ Presidents Day sale is still in progress—get 35 percent off sitewide. A mattress purchase will also get you two Cloud pillows, a sheet set, and a mattress protector at no extra cost. The company typically includes only pillows outside of big sales like this. Just use the code PD35 at checkout.

    The Bear Original foam mattress performs well in our tests, and it’s a good choice for back and side sleepers who are petite or of average height. (Tall folks may want to look elsewhere.) CR’s tests found that this mattress tends to retain heat, so it may be best for those who sleep cooler.

    Why it’s a good deal: The sale price has been fluctuating between $649 and $699, so take advantage of this sale before the price jumps back up.

    The Essentia Stratami serves petite and average-sized back sleepers best, earning a top-tier rating in terms of support. (Large/tall back sleepers and side sleepers of all sizes will experience decent support, too, given its nearly impressive scores in those categories.) It’s only 8 inches thick and has a firmness-scale score of 6 out of 10, similar to that of the all-foam Casper. The Essentia is the only mattress from our top-four innerspring and foam lists to receive a top rating in both owner satisfaction and reliability, according to data from our CR members survey.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is one of the most expensive mattresses in CR’s ratings, so this sale presents a worthwhile opportunity. The discount will automatically apply at checkout.

    Smart Home

    Want a battery-powered video doorbell that isn’t made by Amazon or Google? This Arlo model is a great alternative. In our tests, it receives high scores for its video quality and data security, but we found it to be a bit slow when it comes to its response time for alerts and the loading of live video feeds. Its features include a rechargeable battery, optional wiring contacts to wire it to a home’s doorbell circuit, high dynamic range for clear video in brightly lit or dark spots, and voice and app control via Amazon Alexa, Google Home/Assistant, and Samsung SmartThings. Cloud video storage and additional features (such as person, package, vehicle, and animal detection) require an Arlo Secure subscription.

    Why it’s a good deal: This video doorbell is now only $10 more than the best price we’ve seen.

    The Kwikset Premis smart lock is best for iPhone users because it works with Apple’s HomeKit smart home ecosystem and Siri digital assistant. In our tests, the Premis is very resistant to kick-ins and lock picking, but it’s susceptible to attack from a cordless drill. Still, this lock comes with some very helpful features, including an access log to keep track of who comes and goes, a tamper alarm, an auto-lock feature, and the ability to create and share PINs with others. Just note that because this lock uses Bluetooth and HomeKit, you’ll also need an Apple TV, Apple HomePod, or Apple iPad (that’s constantly plugged into an outlet) in your home to control the lock remotely.

    Why it’s a good deal: This beats the best price we’ve seen on this model by $10.

    The Emerson Sensi Touch ST75 isn’t the most automated smart thermostat, but some consumers prefer a thermostat that doesn’t make changes on a whim. This Energy Star certified model also does quite well in our manual operation tests. Its smart features include app and voice control with the four major systems (Amazon Alexa, Apple Home/Siri, Google Home/Assistant, and Samsung SmartThings), a color touchscreen, smart reminders for filter changes and maintenance, humidity readings, and a backlight for easy adjustments in the dark. Note: This thermostat requires a C-wire for installation (see our buying guide for more details).

    Why it’s a good deal: Amazon’s price is now a few dollars less than we saw for Black Friday.

    For more discounts: Best Deals on Smart Home Devices


    If you have uncarpeted floors, the Dyson Big Ball Multi Floor is worth a look because it earns a top rating on that test. It doesn’t perform as well for carpet, but it does get above-average scores for pet hair removal. Dyson canisters earned middling scores for predicted reliability and owner satisfaction, based on data from our member survey.

    Why it’s a good deal: Dyson vacuums typically go on sale around major holidays, so this $100 discount is unusual for this time of year.

    The Shark AI Self-Empty robotic vacuum earns top scores for both pet hair and bare floors but isn’t a good candidate for carpet. Once it’s docked, a vacuum built into the docking station automatically sucks the contents from the bin into a bagless container. The upside of this system is that unlike competitors’ models, you don’t need to purchase bags; the downside is that emptying the bin could trigger allergies. Shark robotic vacuums earn a top score for reliability but only a middling score for owner satisfaction.

    Why it’s a good deal: We usually see this model sell for about $500, so this is a good buy if you’re not dealing with a ton of carpet. The price has even fallen $17 since last week.

    The Hoover ONEPWR BH57005 is part of the company’s cordless cleaning system, which uses interchangeable lithium-ion batteries in nine products, including this model, a stick vacuum, and other floor-cleaning appliances. This handheld aces our bare-floor cleaning test. And it does well in other key cleaning tests, including cleaning carpet, removing pet hair, and getting grit from the edges along walls. A crevice tool gives you a longer reach.

    Why it’s a good deal: The price for this model has fallen rapidly in the last few weeks, making this the best price we’ve ever seen.

    For more discounts: Best Deals on Vacuums

    Large Appliances

    The GE GDT226SSLSS dishwasher receives top-notch ratings in our washing and energy use tests. A cycle time of 125 minutes makes it the fastest among the top dishwashers under $1,000. But this moderately priced dishwasher doesn’t come with too many features. Its filter requires manual cleaning, and it lacks adjustable tines. And in our member surveys, GE dishwashers received only a poor rating for owner satisfaction.

    Why it’s a good deal: You’re saving about 25 percent compared with the typical price.

    The 36-inch Frigidaire FFIC3626TB features a smooth glass surface and all-digital controls for a completely seamless, modern look. Performance is strong across the board, with top-notch ratings for low and high heat. This model costs significantly less than many other 36-inch induction cooktops—even those with worse performance. As a brand, Frigidaire earned a satisfactory rating for predicted reliability of its induction cooktops.

    Why it’s a good deal: Originally, this cooktop cost $2,250, so this is a significant savings. (This same model is listed at Amazon for $700, but it’s listed by a third-party seller, so we suggest avoiding that too-good-to-be-true price.)

    This Whirlpool dishwasher is a strong performer with a third rack and an upscale look for the price, including integrated controls. Whirlpool also earned a strong rating for predicted reliability and a middling score for owner satisfaction, based on data from our reader survey. It’s similar to lower-end models from the KitchenAid brand, which is also owned by Whirlpool.

    Why it’s a good deal: This is already one of the best options under $1,000, and the more than $250 savings makes it even more appealing.

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    Samantha B. Gordon

    Samantha B. Gordon is the deals editor at Consumer Reports. She has been covering the online marketplace for CR since 2019, helping readers save money and find the best prices on high-quality products. Previously, Samantha was the managing editor of the e-commerce team at Reviewed. In her free time, Samantha can be found crafting and playing her guitar. Follow her on Twitter @sam_the_editor.