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10 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Apple to Alex Mill

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We found lots of Strategist best hits in today’s sweep through the internet’s sales bins — several of which, might we add, would make excellent holiday gifts. There’s an easy-to-clean air fryer for crispier leftovers, a sturdy wagon for schlepping sports gear, and a top-rated stain cleaner that “works like magic.”

Walmart’s early Black Friday sale has launched, and there are lots of on-sale picks for the whole family, including this Lego set for any of the youngsters on your holiday shopping list. It includes a wide selection of wheels so they can make cars, carriages, scooters, and more.

Speaking of kids, we also happened to spot our favorite Bissell stain cleaner on sale. Because it’s so portable, reviewers say it “works like magic” on all sorts of upholstery stains around the house or, more importantly, that years-old ketchup residue in your car.

For the uninitiated, air fryers get food nice and crispy quickly by using very, very hot air — not oil. This one has a four-quart ceramic-coated basket, which will offer plenty of cooking space for your family of four (or for leftovers, for your family of one). Reviewers say the ceramic coating makes it easier to clean than traditional air fryers, too.

Net-a-Porter is still taking 25 percent off select items with code 25OFF. The sale just so happens to include this cashmere-blend turtleneck from Alex Mill, which has ribbed sleeves and an oversize shape for an extra-cozy fit.

You can also put that coupon code toward some Skims pieces, a rare occurrence in the internet sales-o-sphere. This bralette is made from plush terry cotton, and is still in stock in sizes XXS to L.

Here’s the matching terry cotton robe, an ideal gift for the mom who loves her spa days.

This 128 GB iPad Pro can do just about everything that a laptop can, for a fraction of the price. (And if you’re looking to buy a keyboard to pair with it, you can find our favorites for tablets here.)

If your first dentist visit since the pandemic didn’t go as well as you’d hoped, this usually splurgy Oral-B toothbrush connects to your smartphone to give you personal coaching while brushing to ensure all areas are covered.

Strategist readers, writers, and hundreds of Amazon reviewers all rely on this Mac Sports wagon to schlep everything from snacks to sports gear across town.

And finally, you can take $50 off this Hyperice fitness roller, which is celebrated by both personal trainers and chiropractors for its muscle-penetrating and pain-alleviating vibrations. It’d make an excellent gift for the friend who’s always complaining about leg day.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

10 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Apple to Alex Mill