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It’s that time of year again: Amazon’s best year-end-deals are here! Toys, electronics, fashion and beauty products, books, videos and more are all on major markdown. We rounded up a slew of incredible buys to snap up with the Amazon gift card you got for Christmas that’s been burning a hole in your pocket. Whether you’re shopping for you, the kids, the whole family or that special January birthday guy or gal, you’ll save a bundle on some of the best Amazon products money can buy. Now, say a thrifty ‘goodbye’ to 2018.
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You needn’t be an aspiring chef to enjoy the delicious simplicity of the Instant Pot Ultra 3 Qt 10-in-1 Multi- Use Programmable Slow Cooker. Soup, broth, stew, chili, rice, eggs, porridge, yogurt and even cakes can be made easily for the whole family — in an instant!
Panasonic Video Baby Monitor
Perhaps you’re a newbie parent, or maybe you’ve got a winter shower coming up. Either way, this Panasonic video baby monitor with extra-long audio/video range, plus 2-way talk and lullaby or white noise features is apparently a must-have nursery item.
Back to the Future: The Complete Adventures Blu-Ray
Where we’re going, we don’t need … roads! '80s babies and their babies will love watching the trials and tribulations of Marty McFly in this Back to the Future: The Complete Adventures blu-ray trilogy set.
Joy of Zentangle: Drawing Your Way to Increased Creativity, Focus, and Well-Being
If you’ve got a stressed-out student on your hands, or if you’re a busy mom looking to decompress after the holidays with a new meditative activity, Joy of Zentangle is creative way for anyone to achieve personal zen.
Vector Robot by Anki
We’ve heard of toys for tots, but this is next level. Anki’s Vector model is a robot for the home who likes to hang out and help out with any question you or your little one might dream up. Anki teamed up with Amazon’s Alexa to create this 21st-century toy. Just say “Hey Vector!” and ask away.