Best Presidents Day deals 2023: sales of headphones, laptops and more

Presidents Day, one of the minor holidays inexplicably linked to major sales promotions, has officially arrived. While the American holiday is meant to honor the historic legacy of our highest office, capitalism dictates that it’s now only about deals on things like TVs and maybe a day off (if you’re lucky).

Well, luckily, there Are there are some valuable sales going on – and not just on mattresses or whatever your local small business sells. We are currently seeing several deals such as a $50 savings on the second generation AirPods Pro And Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II (two of the best wireless earbuds in the game). Samsung’s 65-inch S95B OLED TV, meanwhile, is also marked down half of the original MSRP. There are even some fun, extra-geeky deals to take advantage of, including a Best Buy deal that lasts $38 off the Nerf replica blaster by The Mandalorian. So let’s dive in and hail the deals.

If you don’t mind living with a Touch Bar in 2023, the 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro rewards you with amazing battery life.
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A side-by-side comparison photo of Bose's QuietComfort Earbuds II, Apple's AirPods Pro, and Sony's WF-1000XM4.

Some of the best earbuds money can buy are on sale today, including the second-generation AirPods Pro.
Image: Chris Welch/The Verge

The white Xbox Series S lying horizontally.

It might not be as powerful as its more expensive Series X cousin, but the Xbox Series S is cute little and gets excellent discounts.
Image: Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Update February 20, 1:53 PM ET: Adjusted prices, removed some deals that are no longer available and added several new discounts, including those for Samsung’s M8 Smart Monitor and Ikea’s Symfonisk picture frame speaker.

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