Today is your last chance to take advantage of huge savings during Wayfair's annual Way Day sales event. You can take up to 80% off of indoor and outdoor furniture, appliances, home renovation items, and decor pieces. You can also get even more savings by signing up for a Wayfair store credit card or Mastercard. Upon approval, you can get an extra $40 off your Way Day purchase of $100 with the Wayfair store card as well as 5% back in rewards or up to 60 months of financing. Wayfair Mastercard users can earn all of that plus: 3% back at grocery stores, 2% back on other online purchases, and 1% on purchases made everywhere else.
Save $180: The best vacuums need to tackle dirt and debris both big and small. Chores are irritating enough even before spring cleaning kicks up dust around the house. So with more pollen in the air, it's time for a vacuum cleaner upgrade if you're prone to sneezing fits while you tidy up. Walmart offers a $180 discount that marks one of the best deals ever on this particular model and beats Amazon's current price by about $117. While robot vacuums are convenient, a Dyson stick vacuum offers greater suction power and helps you reach every nook and cranny.
Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline may earn an affiliate commission. If you feel like you're fighting a constant battle against household dust and dirt, then outsourcing some tasks with the help of a robot vacuum could save you valuable time and effort. According to over 600 impressive five-star reviews, the Lefant M213 Robot Vacuum Cleaner performs just as well as premium-priced robot vacuums but at a much more reasonable price. Better still, it's now even cheaper at just £139.99 (was £239.99).
With 4K TVs having been on the market and going mainstream for the better part of a decade, brands like LG, Sony, Samsung, and even TCL have started to release 8K TVs in order to take the next step in home entertainment. An 8K TV gives you four times the resolution of a 4K model and 16 times that of a 1080p HD TV, ensuring that you'll get truly stunning details, contrast, and colors to enhance and future-proof your home theater. Since native 8K content isn't available for streaming or broadcast yet, and probably won't be for the next few years, you'll still be able to get a lot of value out of your new TV with upscaling capabilities to make everything from the hottest Marvel blockbusters to old Hollywood classics look amazing. And if you're a console gamer who has managed to buy an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, both Microsoft and Sony have stated that their consoles will be able to support native 8K gaming in the future; so if you're willing to dig deep to get the TV of your dreams, an 8K TV is a great way to ensure that your gaming space will be able to keep up with whatever current and future console generations have in store. To help you find the best fit for your budget, space, and entertainment needs, I've gathered five of the best 8K TVs available to buy right now. I've broken down their features so you can find a TV that's almost tailor-made for you.
The Apple TV series Foundation tells the story of a group of scientists trying to shepherd the galaxy through a centuries-long dark age. Science fiction author Anthony Ha says the series strays a bit too far from its highly intellectual source material, a series of classic novels by Isaac Asimov. And in the show it's really all about individual action, and psychohistory becomes this kind of magic that can predict individual action," Ha says in Episode 503 of the Geek's Guide to the Galaxy podcast. "I understand why they made that change. If you make a show where the hero doesn't matter, individuals don't matter, that is both a bleak and maybe not particularly interesting show, but it did feel like there was a real loss in that adaptation choice." Geek's Guide to the Galaxy host David Barr Kirtley agrees that Foundation often substitutes Hollywood formula for Asimov's more cerebral approach. "Asimov's whole appeal is that you see smart people being rational," he says. "If I wanted to see hot people expressing strong emotions and doing cool athletic stuff, I could watch anything on TV.
Football's annual showdown is just 10 days away. If you've been thinking of getting a new TV for the Super Bowl, Walmart has the deal for you. The big box retailer is selling a 58-inch Vizio 4K Smart TV for just $398. The Vizio V585-J01 has an excellent array of features such as built-in Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast, which allows you to send all kinds of content from your phone to your TV. This includes YouTube videos, iTunes, Apple TV shows and movies, Netflix, and more.
The Apple TV 4K has many things going for it, but its relatively high $179 price tag isn't one of them. We consider it to be the best premium streaming device thanks to its feature set but also its price tag. But now you can get the latest set-top box from Apple for $20 less -- Amazon has the 32GB Apple TV 4K for $160 thanks to a sale and an automatically applied coupon that knocks another $10 off the discounted price. While we saw it drop to $150 during the holiday shopping season last year, this is the best price we've seen since then. If you're looking for a higher-end streaming device to complement the rest of your home theater setup, the Apple TV may be the one for you -- especially if you also already live in the Apple ecosystem.
A robot vacuum cleaner escape a hotel and went on the loose for an entire day, according to BBC News. The automated device went missing on Thursday after it failed to stop at the front door of the Travelodge hotel in Cambridge, England, per BBC News. Once it was through the door, the media outlet reported that it just kept going. Staff said it "could be anywhere" as the robot vacuum cleaner escaped its duties, according to the Express. The assistant manager for the hotel posted on social media asking for help to find the vacuum cleaner that had "run for its life," the Express said.
TL;DR: Get a SØMLØS S1 Robot Vacuum Cleaner for $511.20 with the code CYBER20 as of Jan. 4 -- that's over 32% off its retail price of $759. Robot vacuums are even easier to "set and forget" than slow cookers, but there's still so much to consider when shopping for one. First of all, you don't want one that gets stuck constantly. That kind of defeats the purpose of setting and forgetting, don't you think? You also don't want one that will be so obnoxiously loud that you can't stand it to have it on.