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Independence Day 2016 Sale: The Best Tech Deals You Can Find

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Independence Day 2016 Sale
Independence Day 2016 Sale : Best Tech Deals.

As Independence Day is nearing, many retailers are offering notable discounts on various tech products. The Bitbag has searched the internet and picked the best deals available on and before July 4.

According to a survey conducted by WalletHub, more than 20 retailers are offering up to 97% discount. These deals cover 11 categories spanning everything from home appliances to entertainment. It?s expected that Americans families will spend average $370.75 on July 4. For those who are looking for gadgets and other electronic products, here are the best deals available.

Office Depot

Office Depot is offering huge discounts on computer and mobile devices, but the most significant one is it?s computer section. Customers will get up to 45% discount on some of the best laptops.

The deals include Lenovo Ideapad 100 laptop that is available for $399.99. The discount is available until July 5, after that it will cost $599.99. For more details and offers, visit Office Depot.

Exchange

Shop My Exchange is also offering special discounts for independence day. As listed by Wallet Hub MacBook Air and Asus NoteBook 15.6? are available on notable discounts. Other than electronics, customers can avail of discounts on almost every department including up to 47% discount on HDTVs.

GroupOn

Customers can buy mobile phone and computer accessories from GroupOn. Up to 80% discount is available on Mophie Juice Pack Power Stations, up to 60% discount on headphones and much more.

Gamer?s special

There is a great offer for gamers as Target is providing 25% discount on combo of Xbox One (1TB) and free games including Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay, and Ori and the Blind Forest.

Although the online retailers are offering significant discounts on all kind of tech products, we recommend our readers to check physical stores as well. According to Fortune, Mark S. Rosenbaum, a professor of retail marketing at Northern Illinois University, prefers visiting stores over online shopping.

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