$50 off a Vizio soundbar and other good deals happening today

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Nebula Capsule

Anker Amazon

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For the next couple weeks, if you buy Anker’s Nebula Capsule you can get a free $40 travel case by using the code NEBULAD7 at checkout. The Capsule is a portable smart projector that is about the size of a coke can and can project a 100-inch picture. It has 360-degree sound, charges via a USB cable, and has a HDMI cable so you can plug in DVD players, video game systems, and more. The projector runs on the Android 7.1 operating system, which lets you stream from apps like Netflix and Hulu. This isn’t a projector built for a large, bright room (it’s not the brightest projector out there), but is a nice portable device for trips or smaller entertainment setups. $349.

Dancing Gizmo Doll

Gremilins Think Geek

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I love Gremlins and I especially love Gizmo. This dancing doll—now 20 percent off—sings his Mogwai song while rocking. It’s powered by two AA batteries and is now just $24—down from $30.

ION Rocket Ultra-Light Vacuum

Shark Amazon

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UPDATE: this deal has sold out.

Today on Amazon, you can save $180 on a Shark ION Rocket Ultra-Light lightweight vacuum. It works on wood floors and carpets, and has a rechargeable battery that holds a half-hour of charge. I also converts to a handheld vacuum.

Soundbar

Vizio Amazon

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Today on Amazon, save 23 percent on a 38-inch Vizio 3.1 channel soundbar—now $170. The soundbar comes with a wireless subwoofer, features VIZIO SmartCast (which allows you to control music from your phone via Bluetooth), and has built-in Chromecast.

Kids toys

Melissa and Doug Amazon

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Today, you can save up to 25 percent on Melissa and Doug toys, plus stuffed animals (like this bunny for Easter) and sticker activity kits.

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Billy Cadden

Billy CaddenBilly Cadden is the Director of Commerce for the Camden Media tech group. He was part of NYC indie rock band The Postelles, and currently releases solo music under his name. His latest work is available on all streaming platforms. Contact the author here.