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Save $400 on an iPad Air and get even more deals with this Memorial Day sale

Sales come and go, and that rings true for Memorial Day deals.

It would be best if you try and snap up the best prices you can now, lest you regret it later. From now until May 31, you can score these items at rock-bottom prices, including an iPad Air for more than $400 off.

This exciting game combines golf and beer pong, designed to be fun to play for the whole family and your friend group. Whether you’re hosting a party or just a low-key day at home, this game can offer endless entertainment to you and your guests. It usually goes for $189, but you can get it on sale for just $179.95.

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Make your adventures more comfortable with this chair that can collapse into the size of a water bottle. Its patented design features a 5-second setup, and it offers lumbar support for comfort and convenience when you’re out and about. It’s also stitched with ripstop ballistic nylon and double seams, built to be extra durable. Normally $99, score it on sale for $85.99.

Black camping chair

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When it comes to tablets, the iPad remains supreme. The downside is they don’t come cheap, but luckily, this deal grants you a refurbished iPad Air packed with the A7 chip, 16GB storage, and 10-hour battery life. And while it may have minor scuffing here and there, it works just as new. It typically retails for $499, but it’s on sale for just $105.99

iPad front and back with charger, cable, cover, and cord

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With the cost of groceries these days, you have to do everything it takes to save as much as you can. A membership to Sam’s Club nets you deals on household essentials and more, and for a limited time, new members can get a $10 e-gift card upon signing up, rendering the membership super affordable. Usually $55, you can get this bundle on sale for only $14.99.

Sam's Club store exterior

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Passwords are meant to be memorized, but with the increasing number of accounts you have, you may not have the mental real estate to remember a long list of jumbled characters. With Enpass, you can organize everything in one place securely, and the best part is none of your data is stored on an outside server — only locally on your device. You also have the option to sync it to your trusted cloud service, and you can have multiple vaults to separate your personal, family, and work data. A lifetime subscription usually costs $79, but you can get it on sale for $24.99.

Blue password manager window under advertised features

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Microsoft Office brings a lot to the table when it comes to productivity software, but it comes with a price — literally. With this deal, you can enjoy lifetime access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and OneNote, along with a series of courses that can help you upskill and maybe even get a pay bump. Under the guidance of Chris Dutton, Earn and Excel, and Magine Solutions, you’ll receive premium MS Office training so you can get the most out of each program. Formerly $1549, you can get it on sale for $69.99.

White MS Office package with included apps

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