Sure, the biggest tech sales may be on Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and around back-to-school. But if you're looking to buy some gadgets — or, perhaps, a music subscription — right now, there are some pretty good Fourth of July sales happening, too. We've rounded them all up here.
PCWorld reports that Google Play is offering major deals on movies, music, games, and more. You can rent a movie for just 99 cents, many of the TV new releases are 50% off, and Google Play is also offering a 50% discount on certain subscriptions, like The New York Times.
For some deals, however, it's worth waiting until September. DealNews suggests holding off on Apple products, for example. While Apple did recently lower prices on some laptops — as well as announced iOS 11 and revealed a Siri-powered speaker, among other things — many of the major software developments happen in the fall, and prices will undoubtedly be better then.
"Apple July 4th sales aren't really a thing. But September announcements including new products? That's totally a thing Apple does, almost without fail. Holding out now could mean the opportunity to score previous models with added upgrades and significant price drops later," according to DealNews.