Best post-Amazon Prime Day sales: iPad Pro discounts, new Samsung Galaxy S8 deal, and more

Amazon Prime Day has already come and gone, but there’s still several great deals you can get this weekend if you weren’t one of the millions of people to shop its “Black Friday in July” event. And even if you were, there’s never a bad time to take advantage of a good deal!

Our favorites include the Oculus Rift and Touch Bundle for $399 and a $150 discount on the 2016 iPad Pro. There’s also a new Samsung S8 BOGO deal that was announced yesterday, allowing you to buy one, get one free with trade-in.

This week’s Good Deals:

Last week’s Good Deals:

  • Google Chromecast discounts: Save $10 on the Google Chromecast and Chromecast Audio at B&H, Jet, Walmart, and Best Buy, bringing the price to $25.
  • Google Home and Chromecast Video bundle: For $99.99, get both products bundled exclusively on eBay via the Google Store — saving you about $64 (39 percent). There’s limited stock available, but if it sells out, you can still get the Google Home for $99 at B&H, Jet, Walmart, Best Buy, or Verizon Wireless.
  • Best of the rest (anti-Prime Day) sales: Two deals from our roundup earlier this week are still available on eBay. Get the PlayStation 4 Slim (1TB, gold) for $279.99 (usually $299.99), and Fitbit Charge 2 HR for $99.99 (usually $129.99).
  • Oculus Rift and Touch Bundle: As mentioned yesterday, Oculus is discounting the bundle for a few more weeks, until it goes back up to $499. You can currently get it for $399 at Best Buy and the Oculus online store. It was previously listed on Amazon and Newegg and sold out over night, but you can pre-order it on Amazon (ships August 7th).

Looking for gaming deals? Check out Polygon’s gaming deals roundup here.

Good Deals is a weekly roundup of the best deals on the internet, curated by Vox Media's commerce editor, Chloe Reznikov, in collaboration with The Verge's editorial team. You can submit deals to deals@theverge.com and find more Good Deals here.

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