January 30, 2019

Today’s Best Deals: Vizio’s Ongoing 4K TV Sale, 50% Off Classic Wolverine Boots & More


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Vizio 2018 P-Series 4K HDR TV
Save $150: Last year it was one of the best 4K HDR TVs under $1,000 that you could buy. Now, with the advent of the 2019 Vizio P-Series, which promises to be a little brighter, faster and smarter, the prices of these 2018 models are dropping. Best Buy is selling a 55-inch model for $650, which is $150 off what it normally costs, and it’s actually about the same cost of its mid-range M-Series. For real though: the 2018 Vizio P-Series is a seriously good 4K HDR TV. It supports Dolby Vision HDR so, beyond its many dimming zones and great contrast, this TV looks terrific. And Vizio announced that sometime in 2019 it’ll be updated to support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, which is just another reason why there’s no shame in buying an “older” TV.


Wolverine Boots
Save up to 53%:If you’ve been meaning to invest in a new pair of boots but haven’t found the right pair, Nordstrom Rack is currently making a compelling case for Wolverine. The retailer is now offering well over 50 percent off a bunch of boots from the Michigan-based brand. Choose from American-made lace-up styles including the iconic 1000 Mile boot and the go-anywhere Duvall Boot boot. Many sizes are currently available, but with discounts up to 53 percent, they won’t be for long. — John Zientek



Protect Your Neck
Save Up to 70% on Warm, Stylish Scarves Right now, it’s easier (read: less expensive) than ever to buy a designer scarf thanks to Mr Porter’s massive end-of-season sale. Some options from traditionally pricey brands like Giorgio Armani are up to 70 percent off. — Justin Fenner

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