Wednesday’s best deals include Samsung Galaxy Watch Active for $149, plus markdowns on Chromecasts and Samsung Galaxy S10e. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active beats Black Friday pricing

Amazon currently offers the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 40mm for $149. Usually selling for $200, today’s offer is $1 under the Black Friday price drop and marks a new Amazon all-time low. Centered around a Wear OS, Galaxy Watch Active brings smartphone notifications, heart rate tracking, and other fitness features to your wrist. On top of that, multi-day battery life keeps you from having to recharge the wearable daily and a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen displays the time as well as alerts and current workout stats. You can get a closer look in our hands-on review.

Get two Google Chromecast streaming media players

Best Buy offers two Chromecast Streaming Media Players for $50. With a regular price tag of $35 each, today’s represents a $20 savings and is a match of our previous Black Friday mention. Google’s Chromecast delivers access to all of your favorite streaming content, including services like Netflix, YouTube, YouTube TV, and HBO NOW. Unlike other streaming media players on the market, Chromecast doesn’t take up too much room. Simply plug it into your TV’s HDMI port and you’re ready to rock.

Samsung Galaxy S10e is just $5 per month

Sprint is offering the Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB Android Smartphone for just $5 per month on the 18-month Sprint Flex lease. You’ll normally pay over $31 a month at regular pricing, around $23 a month at Best Buy, and this is the lowest that we’ve tracked. At the end of your lease, this device will have cost you $120 if you keep it all 24 months. The S10e is great for those who want the latest features without paying flagship prices. It offers a dual-camera setup and an in-display fingerprint sensor for a sleek design. The S10e is also water-resistant and packs an all-day battery. In our review, we called it “our favorite S10.”

Samsung’s 15W Qi charger is on sale from $33

Target is offering the Samsung 15W Qi Wireless Charger from $33. Normally $80, this is by far one of the best prices that we’ve tracked ever and is the lowest available. If you have Samsung’s latest smartphones, then you have the ability to charge at 15W when using a compatible Qi pad. This is Samsung’s official 15W fast charger, so you know it’ll be good. There’s a built-in fan for cooling and an LED status indicator light to keep you updated on whether the device is charging or not.

Ultimate Ears BLAST hits Amazon low at $90 off

Amazon currently offers the Ultimate Ears BLAST Portable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Speaker with Power Up Charging Dock in blue steel for $60. Having dropped from $150, today’s offer saves you 60%, beats our previous mention on a model that lacked the charging dock by $9, and marks a new all-time low. This portable speaker has many of the features that come standard on Ultimate Ears’ releases. You’ll find IP67 water-resistance, an internal 360-degree speaker array, 12-hour battery life, and much more. BLAST stands out from the company’s lineup by adding Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, as well as built-in Alexa. Plus, paired with the charging dock, you’ll be able toconveniently charge the speaker and take advantage of always-on access to the voice assistant. 

Best trade-in deals

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