Enjoy these tech deals for your Fourth of July weekend

If you’re in the US, you might be prepping for some exciting Independence Day plans. Whatever you’re getting up to — whether it be drinks with close friends and family or fireworks, if it’s safe in your area — we’ve pulled together some tech deals we think are worth your while. Plenty of retailers and manufacturers are offering great discounts this weekend on a wide variety of tech, including phones, video games, handy travel accessories, and more.


Preowned games are B2G1 free at GameStop

Whether you have a Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X, or another platform, you can load up on games this weekend with GameStop’s latest promo. If you add three preowned games to your cart, you’ll receive the least expensive one for free at checkout.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

A modern retelling of the 1997 PlayStation classic. This game is the first of a yet-unknown number of episodic installments retelling the story of Final Fantasy VII.


Save $100 with Woot’s deal on a refurbished iPhone 12 Mini

Normally, the iPhone 12 Mini costs $699 new, but if you aren’t too picky, Woot is selling a refurbished version for $100 less. Better yet, the retailer says these are “Grade A” units, which means they won’t have anything more than minimal cosmetic wear. These work on GSM and CDMA carriers.

Apple iPhone 12 Mini

The iPhone 12 Mini is the smallest phone in Apple’s lineup and the best small phone you can get.

If you’re planning some air travel in the near future, you might want to figure out an elegant way to connect your wireless headphones to in-flight entertainment. Twelve South’s AirFly Duo can connect to two headphones simultaneously, and this weekend it’s down to just $25.

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