Want to know an incredible perk about this sale? If you buy something now and the price drops before Christmas Eve, you can request a price match to get the deal if you missed it (some restrictions apply). There's so much good stuff to explore — and remember, if you're a RedCard member you'll get 5% back and free two-day shipping on tons of items as well.
The deals are coming in fast and won't be here for long. Ready to check them out? Here are our picks for today.
This iconic stand mixer offers 10 different speed settings, and three different attachments for whatever you’re mixing: a flat beater, a 6-wire whisk and a dough hook. Need to add something? The tilt-back head gives you easy access to the bowl; or, if you want to add items while it’s mixing, you can use the included pouring shield to avoid stray chocolate chips bouncing right back at you.
The Ninja Kitchen System features several attachments to handle your blending needs, along with food processing, dough-kneading and more. It has a powerful 1500-watt blender to effortlessly work its way through whatever ingredients you throw at it — think ice, frozen fruit, raw veggies. The blending pitcher is a sizable 72 ounces, allowing you to whip up huge portions of smoothies, frozen drinks and soups at once. Need to chop ingredients or make some dough? Simply attach the food processor bowl — it can handle up to two pounds of dough.
This steam mop uses super-heated vaporized water to kill bacteria and dust mites — no detergent necessary. Say goodbye to that sloppy, gloppy, bucket-and-mop combo; from here on out, you'll need only one tool for fresh, clean floors. And since steam alone annihilates all the crud taking up residence in the nooks, crannies and corners of your home, the Shark mop is safe if you have children or pets.
This air fryer/toaster oven combo from Cuisinart boasts a nonstick easy-to-clean interior and an adjustable thermostat. It is big enough to air-fry foods up to three pounds, toast six slices of bread and bake a four-pound bird or a 12-inch pizza. Plus, it comes with a 60-minute automatic shutoff feature for added safety.
Want freshly brewed coffee without the hassle (and in minutes)? Meet your new best friend. At less than five inches across, this sleek coffee maker won't take up too much precious counter real estate, either. In fact, it saves even more space, since it can store up to nine K-Cups. It's compatible with K-Cups between six and 12 ounces and even has a "strong" button for more intensity.
Deep-clean both carpets and bare floors with superior suction. The HEPA filter trap can catch particles as small as .3 microns (dust and allergens don't stand a chance!), while the handy hose attachment allows you to reach dust and cobwebs up high.
With over 15 smart touch programs that can whip up anything from ribs to porridge in a snap, this 6-quart model can do just about everything in your kitchen — well, except the dishes. It has the most popular size capacity — six quarts — and unlike the other Instant Pots, even has a special preset for making the perfect eggs.
Active noise cancellation shuts the world out so you can immerse yourself in music, podcasts or whatever makes you happy. Adaptive Transparency mode lets you listen to your tunes but also hear any important noises from your surroundings.
The Powerbeats produce the impeccable sound you'd expect, with crisp tones and pumping bass. At nine hours, the battery life is great and “Fast Fuel” technology gives you about an hour-and-a-half of juice on a five-minute charge. They come with a charging case, they're water-resistant and seamlessly sync to just about any iPhone, iPad or MacBook, thanks to Apple’s “magical” W1 chip built-in. But they work just as well with Android smartphones and tablets.
Beats Solo3 syncs to just about any smartphone or laptop via Bluetooth, plus they offer up to 40 hours of battery life on a single charge. This means you don’t have to be tethered to your device, but still get a solid stream of music and podcasts for nearly two days. This is also pretty impressive, considering that most wireless headphones tap out after about 30 hours.
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The sight of a couple strolling through the idyllic Somerset countryside, both shod in wellington boots and walking a dog on a leash, would not cause a second glance to most. But on this occasion, this is not any dog and the man walking her is not just any owner. He is Bath and England scrum-half Ben Spencer, alongside his wife Jordan, and they are joined by their “beloved” Zola, an American XL Bully.
Dozens of South Korean dog farmers scuffled with police during a rally near the presidential office on Thursday to protest a push by authorities to outlaw dog meat consumption. Earlier this month, government and ruling party officials agreed to introduce legislation by the year's end that would ban the centuries-old practice. Individual lawmakers have submitted similar anti-dog meat bills in the past, but this would be the first time for the government to back such legislation.
"When my kids were little (and we were very poor), we went on trips to the pet store to look at the animals. It was like a mini trip to the zoo. We would always buy a treat for the dog while we were there. An hour of entertainment for a few bucks."
Patrick McDonnell, the cartoonist who draws the popular strip, is freeing his character Guard Dog, liberating an animal who has become for decades a symbol of the cruelty of dog chaining. “I think it just hit me that I can’t do it forever and that it has to happen,” McDonnell told The Associated Press ahead of the publication of Thursday's panel showing Earl's owner kneeling beside the dog and announcing: “We have to remove this chain.” "Mutts" premiered in 1995 with two heroes — the small canine Earl and the feline Mooch, fond of saying “Yesh.”