15 Best Weekend Deals: ‘The Witcher 3’, Pixel 3a, Roomba S9+

We have one extra day of February before we’re closer to spring, which means this weekend there are Leap Year sales (yes, it’s a real thing) in addition to the end of season sales going on. We’ve got discounts on games and tech like The Witcher 3 and Amazon’s Fire TV Stick. Happy shopping!

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Home Deals

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Check out our guides to mattresses, meal kit delivery services, and kids gift subscription boxes for more options.

  • Nectar Queen-Size Mattress for $699 ($100 off): The Nectar feels like you’re sleeping on the classic, conforming memory foam but doesn’t make you sink in too deep. It’s best for side sleepers, but hardened stomach-sleeper (and WIRED’s Reviews Editor) Jeffrey Van Camp felt confident this bed could convert him. Use code WIRED100 to take advantage of the $100 off. You can also choose one of six free gift options to go with your purchase, most of which retail for over $100.

  • Leesa Hybrid Queen-Size Mattress for $1,444 ($255 off): We like the Hybrid because its springs and five layers of foam gently hug the body while keeping it cool. It’s already discounted by $170, and using the code OFFBOOK will get you an extra 15 percent off. The code also works on any Leesa mattress.

  • HomeChef Meal Kits (60 percent off or 10 free meals): If you’re a beginner cook and want to try out a meal kit delivery service, HomeChef’s instructions are very detailed and leave no nuance out. It’s offering two Leap Day deals: you can get 60 percent off a box with code LEAPDAY60 or 10 free meals with code LEAPDAY10MEALS.

  • Kiwi Co Kiwi Crate for $14 (30 percent off): With code SHARE30 you’ll get 30 percent off your first box, which comes out to about $14 if you subscribe. This was our favorite kid’s gift subscription box because they offer a huge array of options when it comes to ages and interests.

  • iRobot Roomba S9+ for $1,099 ($201 off): If money is no object, this is our top robot vacuum to buy, so much so that reviewer Adrienne So said it’s “in a league of its own.” It scans your house so it doesn’t get stuck and it also has a self-emptying bin.

  • Blueair Blue Pure 411 Air Purifier for $100 ($20 off): If you’re looking for clean air, an air purifier can do the trick. We have tons of options you can peruse through, but this one is great for small rooms. It helps that it’s whisper-quiet, too.

Tech Deals

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