Best Weekend Tech Deals: Outdoor, Phones, and More

October is nearing its end, and that means it’s about time to purposefully embarrass ourselves. Whether you’re frantically preparing to win Halloween, stitching together a meme-inspired costume, or streaming some scary movies, you probably have very important plans this weekend. But deals stop for no holiday. Below, we’ve highlighted more than a dozen deals we like on indoor and outdoor gear.

Mobile Deals

  • Sprint: LG V40 + $256GB MicroSD for $180 (Was $720). This is an 18 month lease through Sprint’s Flex plans. Instead of paying $40 per month for the LG V40, you’ll pay $10. The V40 is right up there with the most powerful phones of 2018, and its camera is sharp too. This version won’t work on carriers other than Sprint, though.
  • AT&T: Moto Z2 Force for $299 (Was $720). AT&T subscribers, this is a killer deal. The Moto Z2 Force (7/10, WIRED Review) was one of the most powerful phones of 2017, and it’s still faster than many mid-range 2018 models that cost more. The Z2 Force is $500 for other carriers, which is a less impressive discount.
  • Verizon: Buy one iPhone XR and get another free. The iPhone XR comes WIRED Recommended. If you buy one XR, Verizon will give you $750 off a second phone, provided you open a new line of service. If you’d rather use an Android phone, we recommend the Google Pixel 3, which has a similar deal at Verizon.
  • Amazon: Samsung Galaxy S9 or Note 9 up to $600 off with Phone Trade-In. If you have an old iPhone LG, Pixel, or Galaxy phone, Samsung will give you up to $600 back after you purchase a Galaxy S9 or Note 9 on Amazon. The link above has a chart of what they’ll pay for each phone and the deal goes through November 3. The Galaxy S9 is one of the best Android phones this year, though we don’t recommend you trade in an iPhone X or Pixel 2 for it.

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Outdoor Gear Deals

  • Hydro Flask 32-oz Tumbler for $20 (was $40). There’s no real reason to keep sipping coffee out of terrible to-go cups with plastic lids. These are vacuum-insulated, good for hot or cold beverages, and feel great in your hand. Stay hydrated!
  • Arc’teryx Beta AR Jacket for $287 (Was $575). Arc’teryx apparel isn’t cheap, but you get what you pay for. This is a durable, light, and versatile jacket, especially for damp, chilly, and variable conditions, like you’d find in the Pacific Northwest. The jacket has a water-repellent finish on a Gore-Tex three-layer fabric with taped seams. As a super-premium climbing line, the cut of Arc’teryx’s jackets give you lots of freedom of movement, and they look great, too.
  • Men’s Gravity Pants for $63 (Was $89). It’s sweatpants season! There’s a lot of great Prana gear on sale for both men and women right now at REI, so it’s worth a click-through if you need to improve your climbing skills or grow your yoga practice.
  • North Face Denali Jacket for $107 (Was $179). Do you know a college student? Were you ever a college student? You probably need a Denali jacket. The women’s version is on sale too.
  • Oiselle Lesko Bra for $25 (Was $50). Oiselle is a cult-favorite women’s running line. The Lesko bra is a compression bra for high-impact sports, like running, but it has nice details like removable pads and silk-screened birds!
  • Garmin Fenix 3 for $420 (Was $600) This is the rugged, long-lived, GPS/GLONASS-enabled watch the US Navy gives to all its pilots. If it can get frostbitten, hypoxic crew members home, it will probably work for you, too.

Indoor Gear Deals

  • Walmart Fall Clearance Sale. There isn’t a ton of spectacular tech up for sale, but Walmart does have a lot of extra items up for clearance right now. Peruse at your leisure!
  • Vizio P-Series 65-Inch 4K TV for $1,100 (Was $1,300). WIRED Recommends. Vizio’s P Series has one of the best-looking TV screens you’ll find and at a much lower price than many of its peers. Comparable 65-inch TVs from Sony and Samsung cost much more.
  • Xbox One Wireless Controller + a Cable for PC Use for $40 (Was $60). $40 is a great price for an Xbox One wireless controller, and this one comes with a USB cable to make it easier to play on a Windows 10 PC. If you’re controller hunting, you won’t find much cheaper than this one.
  • Read Dead Redemption 2 for ($60). Also available for Xbox One. The second Red Dead game is killing it with critics so far. GameStop doesn’t have a true discount, but if you’re part of its PowerUp Rewards program and order by November 1, it will give you $10 in rewards cash.
  • Dell Vostro 14-Inch Laptop for $649 (Was $1,127). This Windows 10 Pro laptop has an Intel Core i5 (8th Gen) CPU, Intel 620 GPU, 8 gigs of DDR4 RAM, a 256-gigabyte SSD storage, a 1080p screen, and comes with some amenities like an SD card reader, two full size USB ports, one USB-C port, an HDMI port, and an audio jack for your headphones. It makes a great work machine.
  • LG Tone Pro Wireless Earbuds for $40 (Was $65). LG’s tone earbuds aren’t the sexiest wireless ‘buds around, but they get the job done and sit nicely around your neck. These get about 10 hours of juice per charge, sound decent, and the buds magnetically attach onto the ends when you aren’t listening.

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