When the weekend rolls around you’re never quite sure what you’re going to get into. Are you going to pick up a new hobby? Get back into an old hobby? Finally move all your useless college files and half finished projects to an external hard drive? Maybe you’ve decided that you want to be the kind of adult that has magazine subscriptions sent to your house. Maybe you’ve got a big weekend of sitting on the couch catching up the 200 superhero movies you missed last year but you need a new television and speakers before you can do it right. Maybe you want to get back out into your garden a few last times before the first fickle frost. Maybe your partner tricked you into going camping for the first time and you need all your last minute accoutrements within the promised Prime shipping window. Maybe you’re one of the more nobel individuals and you teach. The school year is young and your budget is low, so you depend on people like me to find you the best deals to stretch your dollar as far as it will go.Maybe you want to get back out into your garden a few last times before the first fickle frost. Maybe your partner tricked you into going camping for the first time and you need all your last minute accoutrements within the promised Prime shipping window. Maybe you’re one of the more nobel individuals and you teach. The school year is young and your budget is low, so you depend on people like me to find you the best deals to stretch your dollar as far as it will go.Maybe you want to get back out into your garden a few last times before the first fickle frost. Maybe your partner tricked you into going camping for the first time and you need all your last minute accoutrements within the promised Prime shipping window. Maybe you’re one of the more nobel individuals and you teach. The school year is young and your budget is low, so you depend on people like me to find you the best deals to stretch your dollar as far as it will go.Maybe you want to get back out into your garden a few last times before the first fickle frost. Maybe your partner tricked you into going camping for the first time and you need all your last minute accoutrements within the promised Prime shipping window. Maybe you’re one of the more nobel individuals and you teach. The school year is young and your budget is low, so you depend on people like me to find you the best deals to stretch your dollar as far as it will go.

Whoever you are, you know the value of your dollar and you want the most of it. Enter: Me. Enter: Amazon. Here are the best deals for this weekend:

Pentel Arts Oil Pastels, 50 Color Set

Price: $4.44

Avg. Review: 4.5 Stars, 75% of reviewers gave these pastels 5/5 stars

The Deal: 60% off, usually $10.99, savings of $6.55

Why We Love This Deal: If you’re a seasoned artist, you know better than anyone how expensive it can be to hone your craft. If you’re trying to break into the art world or find a new way to express yourself, you may not know exactly what works for you. At 60% off and $4.44, there are few things that aren’t worth trying at that price and I can’t name any of them.

Atlin 30 Oz. Double Wall Stainless Steel Tumblr

Price: $13.79

Avg. Review: 4.4 Stars, 74% of 2,486 reviewers gave this travel cup 5 stars

The Deal: 54% off, usually $29.99, savings of $16.20

Why We Love This Deal: I haven’t met a beverage consumer who would not benefit from a stainless steel tumbler. Whether you drink coffee, tea, smoothies, hot or cold, you need this travel mug with you wherever you go. In addition to being BPA free and dishwasher safe, it comes equipped with a resuable metal straw and tool for cleaning said straw with ease.

Expo Dry Erase Markers, 36 Pack

Price: $18.00

Avg. Review: 3.9 Stars, 67% of reviewers gave 5/5 stars

The Deal: 73% off, usually $66.83, savings of $48.83

Why We Love This Deal: This one is for the teachers who know better than anyone that markers, pens and pencils of all kinds of have a way of walking away. With savings just two dollars shy of a whole $50, it’s hard to think of reasons not to buy 36 dry erase markers. Keep your classroom, your office or your little desk in the corner of your 1 bedroom apartment as organized as possible and finally buy one of those dry erase calendars, you have the tools now.

Echo Show

Price: $129.99

Avg. Review: 4 Stars, 63% of 15,057 reviewers gave this item 5/5 stars

The Deal: 43% off, usually $229.99, savings of $100

Why We Love This Deal: Many people have expressed disinterest with inviting another device into their home that does everything our smart phones can do, but for those with unique needs, Amazon’s Echo Show can quite literally be a lifesaver. One reviewer writes of his mother with dementia, “I thought I’d try setting a Show next to her rocking chair. I can now “Drop-in” on her every day and share some face time with her, visit with her grand daughter, see the dog whom she LOVES, and just make her smile. The beauty is that there is no interaction needed on her end, the Caregivers and my Mom love this setup. The fact that I can use my phone from anywhere and actually see and talk to Mom, and show her things is hugely entertaining and comforting for Mom, and everyone in the family.”

Vassoul Blackhead Remover Mask

Price: $7.99

Avg. Review: 4.5 Stars, 74% of 1,157 reviewers gave this item 5/5 stars

The Deal:47% off, usually $14.99, savings of $7.00

Why We Love This Deal: At savings of close to 50%, this is a buy one get one deal if you purchase two masks. We’ve all had weekends on the couch, where literally nothing else seems like to could possibly get done, but sometimes we can muster the energy to do small bit of self care. Is there anything more satisfying than the productive feeling of being rid of blackheads?

Arteza Acrylic Paint Set, 14 Colors

Price: $30.00

Avg. Review: 4 Stars

The Deal: 77% off, usually $129.94, savings of $99.94

Why We Love This Deal: Reviewers love the vibrant nature of every pigment offered in this set. There’s a 100% money back guarantee for customers who are less than satisifed with their purchase. At $30 for 14 colors, every artist knows that magnitude of a deal of this nature. At some stores, $30 can only get you one tube of paint. Set yourself up for success and money saving by snagging this deal before it goes away.

Food Network Magazine, 1 year subscription (Print)

Price: $12/year

Avg. Review: 4.5 Stars

The Deal: 73% off, usually $45/year, savings of $33.00

Why We Love This Deal: I’ve always loved to cook and I’ve always been a cook, but we all go through lazy phases in the kitchen and we all get into ruts. Whether it’s a resolution or someone special has motivated you to show off your skills or learn new ones, a subscription to Food Network magazine can prove itself an invaluable source of inspiration for any level of cook.

4K Action Camera

Price: $37.99

Avg. Review: 4.8 Stars

The Deal: 96% off, usually $899.52, savings of $861.53

Why We Love This Deal: Whether it’s a glitch or not, 4K/Ultra HD has shown itself to be a viable contender for traditional definition on screen. It’s waterproof and unlike your GoPro, it can stream live over Wifi. At 96% savings, if you’ve ever thought of recording your every action with a handheld camera, now’s your time to try it.

Tripp Lite 7 Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip

Price: $17.54

Avg. Review. 4.5 Stars

The Deal: 49% off, usually $34.40, savings of $16.86

Why We Love This Deal: If you just moved into college or any space smaller than your used to, you know how hot a commodity outlets can be. Your dad warned you on twelve different occassions not to plug too many things into a power strip, lest you cause a fire. With this surge protector, you have 7 new outlets at your disposal and a 6 foot radius to boot, each one powered by its own on/off switch.

Pac-Kit Fully Stocked First Aid Kit

Price: $14.88

Avg. Review: 4.6 Stars

The Deal: 44% off, usually $26.74, savings of $11.86

Why We Love This Deal: So you were tricked into going camping with your new love interest and maybe they were nice enough to share their sleeping bag with you, but still you’re smart enough to know you’re a clutzy. Whether you’re roughing it or just driving to the grocery store, it’s best not to run into a convenience store while you’re bleeding, there’s no harm in having a first aid kit at your disposal.

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