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Lindsay Sakraida

Lindsay Sakraida

As the Features Director at DealNews, Lindsay Sakraida oversees a team of writers to manage content direction for weekly feature stories. She specializes in writing about shopping trends and lifestyle subjects. Prior to joining the DealNews team in 2009, Sakraida worked for several organizations in the publishing and Internet industries, including American Photo, Esquire, and others. Her work with DealNews has appeared on MSN Money, and as a freelance journalist, she has been published in a variety of prominent publications, including SMASH,New York, and CMJ.com.

Lindsay Sakraida's Most Recent Features

Best TV Deals: $600 Off a Sharp With Great Picture Quality, Deals From $200

Can't wait until Black Friday for a TV deal? Then you're in luck, as we have some choice deals in our roundup of the week's best TV deals. Shop for budget sets starting at $200, or get $600 off the list price of a high-end Sharp.

Monday Jolt: Cheapest iPad Air Ever, Bike Lock for $5, Up to 90% Off Levi's

If you're a bit distraught that the work week has started once again, then allow us to ease your pain with some awesome discounts. We've got two "best of the year" clothing sales, as well as an all-time price low on an iPad. These deals and more are in today's list of five Editors' Choice deals that we found overnight and early this morning.

Weekend Jolt: Best Coupon of the Year From Kate Spade & 7 for All Mankind

The weekend is finally here, and what better way to celebrate than with a few deals? We've got two "best of the year" coupons from desirable clothing brands, while Groupon offers $5 in free money via Facebook. These deals and more are in today's list of five Editors' Choice deals that we found overnight and early this morning.

For Most People, the New iPad mini 3 is a Waste of $100

During Apple's event today, Tim Cook and crew barely mentioned the iPad mini 3; in fact, they uttered a few short words about the new device, despite previously spending at least 10 minutes fawning over the updates on the iPad Air 2. Why, exactly, did Apple downplay its own product announcement? Probably because the iPad mini was barely updated at all.

Black Friday Streaming & Blu-ray Predictions for 2014: 80% Off Popular Movies

With the trend towards cable cutting growing ever stronger, shoppers are increasingly interested in streaming media devices that allow them to cast movies, shows, and general videos to their big-screen TVs. Black Friday will bring a wealth of discounts on the myriad options now available. And for those of you who still prefer having the physical copy in-hand, we're also expecting amazing deals on Blu-ray movies as well.

Black Friday Predictions 2014: What to Expect From Black Friday Sales

The best way to make the most of Black Friday is to be prepared, which is why it's never too early for our annual Black Friday deal predictions! If you're wondering what the doorbuster deals will be in TVs this year, or whether or not we could see a slew of iPhone deals, then you've come to the right place. We also have predictions for Android smartphones, tablets, toys, video games, clothing, and more.

Here Are the Top Accessory Deals for Your Brand New iPhone 6

If you're one of the many people who ordered an iPhone since Apple's announcement earlier this month, then you might now be trying to figure out how to accessorize and/or protect your precious gadget. Below we've rounded up some of the best deals on cases and more, netting you savings of as much as $40 a pop.

Don't Wait Until Black Friday! 9 Deals You Should Buy Now

October is a tricky month for deals — we're so close to November (and Black Friday) that we can almost taste it, so you're better off waiting until next month to buy. But don't overlook October entirely! There are a handful of items that are actually better buys this month.

First-Time Smartwatch Buyers 3 Times More Likely to Get a Non-Apple Watch

Ever since Apple officially announced the Apple Watch last week, we've all been busy discussing the merits of the emerging smartwatch category. But when it comes down to it, do shoppers even want a smartwatch, Apple or otherwise? We polled our readers to see what they make of it, and as it turns out, not everyone is ready to jump aboard the latest trend in tech.

More People Will Buy Apple's Pricier iPhablet Than the iPhone 6

With better features, the iPhone 6 Plus is obviously a high-end phone, but it also comes at a higher starting price: the iPhone 6 is $199 with a 2-year contract, while the Plus starts at $299. Thus, we were curious to know just how many people are actually interested in the pricier model. As it turns out, quite a lot of you.