Get a jump on the holidays: 3 exciting buys at Amazon

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Published Sunday, October 28, 2018

With less than two months until Christmas, now is your chance to avoid the crowds and last-minute rush. Amazon.com has great deals on popular items that are sure to be a hit with family and friends!

iRobot Roomba 960 Robot Vacuum

This handy vacuum works any time - including while you're away at work! Wi-Fi network connectivity allows the Roomba 960 to work with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and a handy app on your smartphone. The Roomba 960 is ideal for pet hair and works well on carpet and hardwood floors! Save $150 off the list price and get free shipping!

Fantasi Universal Power Surge Strip with 6 USB Ports

Whether at home or on the road, finding an outlet to charge all you devices can be a pain - particularly for your phone, tablet, wireless earphones, and a host of other USB-powered devices. Fantasi has solved the problem, combining surge protection, three universal outlets and SIX USB quick-charge ports into one compact power strip. It even has child safety features to protect curious hands from a shocking surprise! $13.49 with free Amazon Prime shipping!

Xbox One S Console with NBA 2K19 Bundle

This incredible bundle is sure to be on any gamer's wish list! Not only do you get the popular Xbox One S (1 TB model), you'll also receive a wireless controller, the full-game download of NBA 2K19, a 1-month Xbox Game Pass trial, and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial. Bonus: the Xbox One S allows you to play Blu-ray movies and stream videos from Netflix and YouTube! All this for $290.96 - and free shipping for Prime members!

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