Best tech sales of the July Fourth weekend: HP laptops, Apple Watch Series 2, and more – The Verge

With Memorial Day behind us, July Fourth is the next holiday to get big sales, and we’ve rounded up a number of tech deals worth checking out during the long weekend. Highlights include early Prime Day deals, $50 off the Nest Learning Thermostat, Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale, big discounts on Lenovo laptops, and so much more.

Without further ado, here are our favorite Independence Day sales:


Amazon is already busy promoting Prime Day which we mentioned earlier this week. The event takes place on July 11th, and there are already deals to take advantage of.

Prime Day deals:

  • Get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited with access to tens of millions of songs for just $0.99.
  • Get $10 to spend by Prime Day when you stream a Prime Video for the first time.
  • Get 25 percent off a six-month Kindle Unlimited membership, 33 percent off a 12-month Kindle Unlimited membership, and 40 percent off a 24-month Kindle Unlimited membership.

Non-Prime Day deals:


Now through July 8th, shop HP’s Fourth of July sale to save up to $500 on select laptops and desktops.


Until July 10th, take advantage of Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale with discounts on PC hardware and Xbox titles.


Through July 4th, save up to 88 percent off at the Independence Day Sale.

  • Take $20 off the WD 2TB My Passport Portable Hard Drive (USB 3.0 Model), now $79.99. Make sure to use code 06304TH8 for an extra $5 off.
  • Take $350 off the Lenovo Y700 (2.60GHz processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 16GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD) Gaming Laptop, now $899.


B&H is running some promos for the holiday, including up to $100 off Apple Watch Series 2 models.


eBay is running red, white, and blue deals including the aforementioned Nest Thermostat at B&H, also available for $199 at eBay.


Until July 9th, save up to 43 percent on select home laptops. Lenovo is also offering a 15 percent discount off the entire purchase for Active Military, Reservists, Veterans, and immediate family members.

Looking for gaming deals? Check out Polygon’s gaming deals roundup here.

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