Amazon Prime Day 2020 Day 2 Deals List: Tech, Home and More

It’s Day 2 of Prime Day 2020 and the deals are still plentiful. We continue to see excellent deals on TVs if you need a new model for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, all-new Lightning Deals, and great deals on a range of must-have items.

Be sure to check out the best Prime Day 2020 TV deals and best headphone deals.

There is a deal to help your Prime Day spending go further. When you buy $40 in Amazon Gift Cards and use the code GC20PRIME, you get a $10 promotional credit

Amazon Prime Day 2020 Day 2 Deals List

We’ve verified that these deals are worth buying due to the discount or how rare it is to see a deal on the item.

Sony WH-1000XM4 + $24 Gift Card—$298 (Save $75)

Amazon Prime Day 2020 Day 2 Deals
Save up to $100 with the gift card bonus on one of the best sets of
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Best deals to shop from Home Depot’s competing sale

Amazon Prime Day 2020: Home Depot’s competing Prime Day sale includes deals on furniture, kitchenware, and more. (Photo: The Home Depot)

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Amazon Prime Day deals are in full effect just for Prime members today and tomorrow, but Home Depot is coming in hot with a fresh batch of incredible sales to step up the competition. 

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Starting today, you can save up to 30% on select cozy furniture, stylish home décor, and must-have kitchenware deals during Home Depot’s rival Prime Day sale. While there are plenty of awesome Amazon Prime Day deals going on right now, these Home Depot deals are vying for your attention. But hurry, these deals are only valid through

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Now Selling: 5 New Home Communities in Arizona, South Carolina, Texas | National News

NORCROSS, Ga., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Century Communities, Inc. (NYSE: CCS), a top 10 national homebuilder, is excited to announce the Grand Opening of five new communities in Arizona, South Carolina and Texas, all featuring single-family new homes from the company’s Century Complete brand—a pioneer and national leader in online homebuying. Century Complete’s innovative process makes it easy for homebuyers to purchase a quality quick move-in home at a more affordable price point—completely online. New homes at all communities will include in-demand features like granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances and more.

Explore new communities and locations at www.CenturyCompleteHomes.com.       

NEW COMMUNITY IN ARIZONA

Wickenburg Vistas in Wickenburg, AZ
Cottonwood Lane and Jackson Street
Wickenburg, AZ 85390

  • Single-family homes from the low $200s
  • Single-story floor plans
  • 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1- to 2-bay garages, up to 1,805 square feet
  • Scenic views of surrounding mountains, with quick
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Gamecocks cruise home for lopsided victory

The State’s Ben Breiner is inside Vanderbilt Stadium for Saturday’s South Carolina road trip to face the Vanderbilt Commodores. The game kicks off at noon on SEC Network. The Gamecocks are playing a 10-game, SEC-only schedule during the coronavirus-delayed season.

FINAL: South Carolina 41, Vanderbilt 7

Reserves poured into the game late as South Carolina cruised to the end of the game for its biggest SEC win since 2013. USC will return home to play Auburn next Saturday.

Joyner TD: South Carolina 41, Vanderbilt 7

Quarterback-turned-receiver Dakareon Joyner made his first splash of the season, scoring a 47-yard rushing touchdown on a perfectly executed reverse.

Harris TD: South Carolina 34, Vanderbilt 7

Kevin Harris has been unstoppable for the Gamecocks through three games. The sophomore broke free for an 88-yard touchdown run on the first play of the drive, scoring his second touchdown of the game. He’s up to 171

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San Diego man injured in Bali returns home on road to recovery

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A Solana Beach man is back in San Diego still recovering from a spinal cord injury that happened halfway around the world in Bali.

Anthony Galvan-Schaible’s journey happened during the pandemic and even though he’s back home, there are months of intensive rehab ahead.

Schaible went to Bali in February with plans to stay until April. Then the pandemic started and he had to stay.

In late July, Schaible was in a motorcycle accident that left him with a spinal cord injury. He required emergency surgery halfway around the world.

RELATED: Local man’s trip to Bali takes unexpected turn after crash

His mom flying to be by his side.

“Pretty much just got stronger and we had to figure out how to fly business class,” Schaible said before his return.

Two weeks ago, Schaible made it back home, transferred to UCSD La Jolla after three flights

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Travelocity 2020 Holiday Travel Outlook: Most Families Aren’t Going Home this Holiday, but they Aren’t Staying Home Either

DALLAS, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The holiday season is typically one of the biggest travel moments of the year, but with COVID-19 still active in the U.S., a recent survey by Travelocity®  finds that almost 60% of Americans report they won’t be traveling to see friends and family this year and of those, nearly one-in-three said they won’t celebrate the holidays at all. However, that doesn’t mean they’re staying home this winter, either. 

Nearly half of family travelers (45%) with kids under the age of 18 are planning a leisure trip before the year’s end.

The Travelocity 2020 Holiday Outlook survey1, conducted in mid-September, found that some travelers are feeling optimistic when it comes to leisure travel for the remainder of the year. One-in-four respondents said they have a personal vacation planned later this year, and nearly half of family travelers (45%) with kids under the

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Home Sales Surge in Resort Towns Even as Covid Looms Large Over Ski Season

Rob Turner is a big skier. But it wasn’t skiing that pushed him to make an all-cash, $1.3 million offer on a three-bedroom, four-bathroom, penthouse condo with ski-run views in Park City, Utah, in August.

The impetus to buy this summer was the town’s quality of life—a welcome respite from his home in San Francisco, where the pandemic and recent wildfires have made it unpleasant to go outside. Mr. Turner isn’t the least bit worried that coronavirus-related restrictions will limit skiing in Park City this year.

“It’s a ski mountain, but it’s also a beautiful place,” says Mr. Turner, 45, a wealth management adviser. “There are other things to do there.”


On The Mountain in Park City

Robert Turner paid $1.3 million for the property with ski-run views.

Rob Turner, 45, a wealth management adviser, bought this home in Park City, Utah, in August.

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Priority for India to face England on home soil

Sourav Ganguly says the BCCI will do all it can to ensure India have home advantage against England next year.

England are scheduled to travel to India for five Tests, three ODIs and three Twenty20 International matches between January and March.

There has been talk of those encounters being staged in the United Arab Emirates due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Indian Premier League was moved to the UAE, but BCCI president Ganguly hopes international cricket can take place on Indian soil early next year.

“Priority is to make this happen in India. We will try to make this happen on Indian grounds,” said the former India all-rounder.

“The advantage in UAE is they have three stadiums [in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai],

“We also have the same facility in Mumbai – CCI, Wankhede and DY Patil. We also have Eden Gardens. We have to create a bubble.

“We want

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The Ultimate Fall Decor Guide for a Holiday Season at Home

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Decorating for fall is one of those simple, inexplicable, and reliable pleasures that has its chance every year, regardless of any trials and tribulations (we’re looking at you, 2020). Richly scented candles and warm-hued throw pillows are particularly attractive around this time, and with the official start of fall already behind us, it’s the moment to pull out the autumnal table runners and throw blankets.

Farah Merhi at home.

Courtesy of Farah Merhi

Farah Merhi, designer, author, entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Inspire Me! Home Decor, and the first-ever Designer Looks Style Expert for Value City Furniture, gave Travel + Leisure her tips on styling a home for the season. We’ll all be spending more time indoors over the next few months than

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A guide to urban stargazing: What you need to start exploring the skies close to home

And plenty of telescopes, it turned out, were gathering dust in nearby attics. I handed over $50 and a batch of chocolate cookies for a powerful amateur version that turned the Milky Way into a twinkling swath of fairy lights.

With all trips called off, I was pursuing the sense of wonder I usually get from travel, the jolt of awe that comes with touching down in faraway places. “Looking at the skies, it makes you feel like you’ve traveled somewhere even when you haven’t,” agreed British science writer Abigail Beall, author of “The Art of Urban Astronomy: A Guide to Stargazing Wherever You Are.”

Beall, whose book will be released in the United States on Dec. 29, has spent the pandemic outside Leeds, England, tilting a pair of binoculars out of her window for a view of the sky. “When I look at the stars, I imagine how far

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