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Here are the best deals of the day for Sept. 21:


The best deals of the day for Sept. 21 are highly tech-focused, with Apple products, 4K TVs, computers, and home appliances coming out on top. And, of course, we can’t go a day without great deals on streaming services. Jumping on these discounted subscriptions is the best way to binge as much content as you can without breaking the bank. Just be sure to cancel your subscription before you’re charged full price.

Without further ado, here are the best deals of the day for Sept. 21, separated into easily shoppable categories for your convenience.

Best tech deal

Why we like it

It’s possible to buy a quality QLED TV that’s great for all uses without spending big bucks. If you’re looking to upgrade your set so you can watch every NFL game in dynamic 4K quality, check out this deal on the TCL 65-inch 6-Series QLED 4K Smart Google TV. It offers high 4K contrast and rich details thanks to Dolby Vision HDR, a wider color volume thanks to QLED technology, and access to thousands of your favorite apps at your fingertips since it’s a Google TV. At only $799.99 (reg. $999.99), that’s practically a steal.

Best streaming deal

Why we like it

Streaming services are coming for your wallet. In order to watch every show, movie, and live TV stream you want to, you’re going to need a multitude of subscriptions. In other words, any sort of savings is helpful. From now until Sept. 30, you can score three months of Starz for just $1.99 per month, rather than $8.99 per month, when you sign up through Amazon Prime Video. Once those initial months are over, your subscription will go back to full price — so be sure to binge everything Starz has to offer in three months’ time.

Best Apple deal

Why we like it

With the M1 chip, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 2021 is a powerful tablet that makes heavy-duty tasks — like editing large batches of RAW images or streams of 4K video footage — a whole lot smoother and faster. It’s also a reliable and capable device for more common tasks like web browsing, streaming your favorite shows, word processing, and video chatting. However, as former Mashable tech reporter Brenda Stolyar noted in her review, “with a starting price of $1,099 for the base model, Apple is asking its customers to drop a lot of money for an incremental update.” In other words, a nearly $200 discount is a welcomed deal for those seeking the most powerful tablet in Apple’s lineup.

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