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It's about time to start dipping your toes in the pool — and Amazon has everything you need to kick off summer right at deep discounts! Whether you're looking for deals for yourself, or you're thinking of all the things you need for guests, Amazon is jam-packed with killer deals. Every single day our team scours the mega-site to put together a quick-and-dirty list of the top markdowns for you.
So what are the best Amazon deals right now? For a towel upgrade just in time for summer guests, the Elvana Home 8 Piece Towel Set is discounted more than 40%.If you have grandkids coming to visit, keep 'em cool with a new kiddie pool for more than $40 off. Or maybe you want to take your tunes to go with a JBL portable speaker that's nearly 40% off.
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If you're in the market for a TV, the Omni Series gives you an incredible viewing experience at an incredible price. With the 65-inch version you get access to every major streaming service, but it also includes hands-free Alexa operation. That means you can say things like, "Alexa, turn on the TV," or "Alexa, watch Survivor on Hulu," without ever touching the remote.
"Awesome television experience!!!" shared one happy TV watcher. "The TV has amazing picture quality. The sound is surprisingly good as well. If you use Alexa, you can’t go wrong with this television."
Every backyard needs an inflatable pool. Whether it's a summer entertainment center you're looking for or you just need a place to dip your toes during a heat wave, you can't beat the deal on this Hesung number. It inflates in about three minutes, can handle up to two adults and four kids, and it's more than 50% off.
"My granddaughter loves this pool," wrote one cool grandparent. "I purchased this pool for when we babysit our granddaughter so we have something to do on a hot day. Easy to blow up with an air compressor and deflates quickly to store it. My granddaughter loves it, and I can get in there with her to cool off! I highly recommend the pool."
If outdoor adventures are on your summer agenda, this portable speaker's carabiner is integrated into the unit's surrounding metal band, making it a perfect choice for more rugged pursuits like hiking or camping. Also a big help in the great outdoors? It's dust-proof.
As one fan put it: "This is a great-sounding JBL speaker. I use it while playing golf, riding bikes in the neighborhood or just sitting out on the back patio. The clip is a great feature. I would purchase again if needed."
Whether you're planning to hit the beach with your buddies or want to cook out in the park, this mega-popular portable charcoal grill is ready to make the experience legendary. The grill offers up a 150-square-inch cooking rack, enough to fit a family-sized feast of dogs and burgers, along with three secure lid locks to make transportation easy. And, here's the kicker: It only weighs two pounds.
"Great grill! If all you wanna do is cook up a few burgers and dogs, you can't go wrong: This is a great choice," said a five-star fan.
A Republican congresswoman has called the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade a “victory for white life” while praising former president Donald Trump for his role. Mary Miller, a representative from Illinois, made the controversial comments at a “Save America” rally on Saturday (25 June) where she shared the stage with Mr Trump. “President Trump, on behalf of all the Maga patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday,” Ms Miller said, to cheers from the audience.
It was a sun-drenched love affair between Diana Ross and revellers at Glastonbury on Sunday when the U.S. singer played in the "legends" slot on the final day of the festival. Ross, who is 78, was due to play Glastonbury in 2020 before the pandemic caused the festival to be cancelled for two years. Ross followed in the footsteps of Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie and Kylie Minogue in the Sunday afternoon slot, one of the biggest draws at Worthy Farm.
Amnesty International says migrants have been abused and denied rights in Lithuanian detention centres. The government says the report is one-sided and cites pressure from "massive illegal border crossings" from Belarus.
Ghislaine Maxwell reported Brooklyn jail staff threatened her safety, prompting employees to place her on suicide watch, prosecutors said on Sunday, arguing there was no need to delay her sentencing on sex trafficking charges. Maxwell, 60, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday for her December conviction for helping her then-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein, the globe-trotting financier and convicted sex offender, abuse girls between 1994 and 2004. Prosecutors say she deserves between 30 and 55 years in prison.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he remains "optimistic" that the government can solve the problems around the Northern Ireland Protocol, appealing for the EU negotiators to show "flexibility". MPs are set to vote on controversial new legislation to give ministers powers to override parts of the post-Brexit deal in the province.
Soul singer Diana Ross told the thousands gathered at the Pyramid Stage to “feel the power of love” as she reeled off hit after hit. She kicked off her set with 1980 classic I’m Coming Out drawing rapturous applause during her Sunday teatime legends slot on the final day of Glastonbury wearing a sparkly dress with a matching white cape and headpiece ensemble.