Best Home Goods Deals Overview Updated February 23, 2017

Best Home Goods Deals

The best deals on items for around the house: kitchenware, cookware sets, cleaning supplies, yard tools and much more.

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Everyday of the week we cover all of the best deals on items for around the house including kitchenware, cookware sets, cleaning supplies, yard tools and much more. All of the top retailers (Amazon, Best Buy, eBay Daily Deals, Target and more) offer rock-bottom deals on vacuums, toasters, coffeemakers, knife sets, utensils, furniture, lighting, tools, yard equipment, and much more. All of which you’ll find down below.

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This week we have teamed up with DiscountMags to offer 9to5Toys readers another amazing exclusive bundle offer. We are getting some of the most popular titles for as much $3/yr less than our usual sale prices here: expand full story

Amazon offers the Honeywell Lyric T5 Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat for $115.98 shipped. For comparison, this item usually goes for around $150 as can be viewed at Best Buy. Over at Amazon, 74 reviewers have left a 3.6/5 star rating but in our hands-on review we found the Lyric to be the perfect affordable thermostat upgrade, especially if doing so from a basic one.

This smart thermostat features Wi-Fi connectivity and works seamlessly with the Lyric app, which is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. The Lyric app supplies better control from wherever you are, which also means better comfort and bigger energy savings. Additionally, you can control your Smart Home with Amazon Alexa for voice control (Alexa device sold separately) and Apple HomeKit with voice control using Siri, the Apple voice assistant. 

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Haiku Home first rolled out its residential line of fans in 2016 as a subsidiary of Big Ass Solutions, the brand behind those huge air-movers you’ve probably seen at a local gym. Designed with maximum efficiency in mind, these fans aim to marry high-end looks with lessons learned from the industrial space.

There are four different models in the Haiku residential line with prices starting at $550 and going up to $1,550. Sure, these are pricier than your standard ceiling mount from Lowe’s, but these aren’t your average fans. A slick blend of design and technology are what make Haiku standout from the competition…

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