Where to find deals on laptops, AirPods and more

You're in the right place for the best early Memorial Day tech deals. (Photo: Amazon/Walmart)

You’re in the right place for the best early Memorial Day tech deals. (Photo: Amazon/Walmart)

Memorial Day is almost here, and you know what that means: the coming of summer blockbusters, the kids being out of school and beautiful sunny weather. When the weather gets a bit too warm to stay outdoors, lean on tech to stay comfortable and entertained — and the best time to buy tech? Why, Memorial Day weekend, of course.

Memorial Day is less than two weeks away, and that means a slew of sales on a wide range of tech gadgets and gizmos. Of course, there are so many deals from so many brands that the hidden gems just become even more hidden. Before you click ‘add to cart,’ make sure you know what to look for — and how to find the best deals possible.

When are Memorial Day 2023 tech sales events?

Memorial Day is Monday, May 29th, but sales events will start well before that. “Where most sales begin on the Friday before Memorial Day, you may see retailers offering deals earlier to beat the competition,” said Trae Bodge, Smart Shopping Expert at TrueTrae.com. “I’m already hearing chatter about early tech and TV sales.”

What products are most likely to be on sale?

Tech is a wide field, and you can expect discounts across the board. Everything from video games and consoles to kitchen gadgets like Instant Pots will receive discounts. Some gadgets that haven’t seen major discounts in the past might actually get sales this year. Bodge told Yahoo, “The Pandemic-related supply chain hiccups that caused widespread inventory issues and topsy-turvy discounts appear to have been sorted out for the most part.”

How to find the best Memorial Day sales

All of your favorite retailers want in on the action, so you can expect discounts from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target and many more. Big-box stores are always a great choice during Memorial Day, but there will be varying sales in-store and online depending on where you shop.

Bodge suggests being selective. “Never take a price at face value,” she says. “Just because you find something on sale does not mean that you’ve found the lowest price.” Tools like browser extensions (CouponCabin, Honey, etc.) can help you find lower prices at other retailers, but they can also provide you with coupons for both digital and in-store sales.

“Another tactic is to use a tool like Google Shopping to compare prices before you buy,” Bodge says. “It’s a great way to gain visibility into all of your options.”

The best early Memorial Day 2023 tech sales

If you’re itching to find the best deals, you don’t have to wait until Memorial Day arrives. There are already quite a few items on sale right now that you can take advantage of. Check out these fab options:


Whether you need more space in your camera or you want to beef up the storage on your Nintendo Switch, this 128GB memory card will get the job done — now for almost 50% off.

$15 at Walmart

Kasa Smart

A smart plug is the easiest way to add remote control to your home’s appliances, and right now you can snag this pack of four for just $24 — $6 per plug.

$24 at Amazon


This rare sale on AirTags brings their overall price down to just $22.25 each, a far cry from the usual $29 for one.

$89 at Amazon


You don’t need me to tell you about the AirPod’s 24+ hours of battery life, easy setup and incredible popularity.

$99 at Amazon


Want to up your game? Try out the Xbox Elite Series 2 controller, where you can customize the lengths of every stick and the input requirements for each trigger.

$104 at Amazon


Block out the annoyances of the world around you with these noise-cancelling headphones. They offer 22 hours of listening time on a single charge.

$169 at Amazon


With a 4K display, HDR support, and Roku built right in, you’ll get nearly unprecedented quality on your favorite shows. There’s even a gaming mode to reduce input lag while playing.

$268 at Walmart


With a 10.2-inch Retina display, 64GB of memory and all-day battery life, this is a fantastic tablet whether you’re playing games to pass the time or you need something for day-to-day use.

$279 at Amazon


Not only will this little helper keep your floors clean, but it will even empty itself out when the bin gets full. Let it take over the chore of vacuuming and mopping your home.

$287 at Walmart


This 15.6-inch laptop strikes a balance between size and portability while also packing in 8GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and a slew of other features into a lightweight frame.

$300 at Amazon

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