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Christmas is three days away, and if you're procrastinating on gift shopping, now is the time to jump on some holiday deals -- you don't have much time left. If you're in the market for a gift but don't want to spend over $100, we've got you covered. Some major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart have cut down their prices so you can save on products like Apple AirPods, TVs, coffee makers, air fryers, and more. Shop Sony speakers, kitchen helpers like immersion blenders and hand mixers, and super-power chargers with these deals.
We rounded up the top holiday deals under $100. Considering hot ticket items (anything from Apple), streaming devices, and, not to mention, a handful of below-$100 TVs, we included the creme de la creme of under $100 deals you can still buy today.
If you've been contemplating a new pair of earbuds, now is your chance to buy a great pair at an affordable price. These best-selling second-generation Apple AirPods are on sale for $100. Anyone in the Apple ecosystem could appreciate these lightweight, portable buds for on-the-go music- and podcast-listening sessions.
This kitchen countertop device can get your food as crispy as a deep fryer without the oily mess of a bubbling stovetop pot of canola or the hot kitchen. The Ninja Air Fryer offers up four cooking programs: air fry, reheat, dehydrate, and roast with temperatures ranging fro 105 degrees to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
For avid home cooks, an immersion blender is one of those products that you think you don't need until you use it once -- then you're devoted for life. It's a lovely gift for that person in your life who is always entertaining, whipping up their own homemade mayos or blending chunky sauces into airy and light liquids. And right now you can get a $15 discount on the KitchenAid product through Amazon.
With a large screen size of 42mm, a long battery life of 40 hours, and a stylish and sleek fit, this Samsung Galaxy Watch promises insight into your sleep, an ECG monitor for heart health, and workout tracking for accurate health data you can use. The watch is water-resistant, so you can workout with it on your wrist rain or shine. Most health wearables are clunky and stick out on a wrist, but we like this Galaxy Watch 4 for its discreet and classic watch look. Any Android user could appreciate this unassuming but data-aggregating health wearable.
ZDNET only writes about deals we want to buy -- devices and products we desire, need, or would recommend. Our experts looked for deals that were at least 20% off (or are hardly ever on sale), using established price comparison tools and trackers to determine whether the deal is actually on sale and how frequently it drops.
We also looked over customer reviews to find out what matters to real people who already own and use the deals we're recommending. Our recommendations may also be based on our own testing -- in addition to extensive research and comparison shopping. The goal is to deliver the most accurate advice to help you shop smarter.
What are the best holiday deals right now?
ZDNET's experts have been searching for holiday deals across sites like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and more. Here are the top deals by category we've found so far.