Beat the heatwave with this incredible portable air conditioner deal

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    The Black+Decker Portable Air Conditioner that we love is down to the best price it’s seen all year.


    With heatwaves sweeping the nation, especially the Midwest and Northeast, keeping cool is important for your health and comfort this summer. If you spend a lot of time at home, that can be difficult without an air conditioner — that’s why this incredible deal on the Black+Decker Portable Air Conditioner is so worth it.

    At almost $50 off, this is the best price this air conditioner has seen since last year. It’s also somewhat uncommon to find worthwhile cooling appliance discounts as the summer gets hotter, making this deal even better. If you have yet to get an air conditioner yet, this deal makes it so that you won’t have to pay a premium for buying one so late.

    In our guide to the best portable air conditioner, we love this model for its versatility year-round. It’s incredibly easy to set up and offers sweet cooling that came second to only our top pick during testing. Perhaps the strongest selling point of the Black+Decker Portable Air Conditioner is that it’s an appliance you’ll be able to use during the winter chill, too. Unlike other units that need to be stored in a closet after summer, this one offers a heating mode that will have you using it throughout the year.

    If you live in a warmer area or already have a heating appliance, don’t worry: you can pick up a cooling-only unit with a similar discount.

    More great air conditioner deals

    Still shopping around for the best unit for your home? Luckily, there are a handful of other air conditioner discounts you can check out now — though none are as great of a price drop as the Black+Decker deal.

    For even more great summer deals, check out our roundup of the best 4th of July sales going on now. Also, keep an eye out for Amazon Prime Day coming July 16 and 17.

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