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Blue Apron and AI courses: 3 flash deals you shouldn’t miss today

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For the next 24 hours, the Daily Dot store is featuring special prices on some useful products you don’t want to miss. From gourmet meals to high-tech goods, we’ve got you covered. 

Act quickly, though — these deals expire in just one day.

1) Get 3 Blue Apron meals for just $25.

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Blue Apron lets you prepare gourmet meals for two with pre-portioned ingredients, shipped to your door. With this increasingly popular service, you can spice things up in the kitchen without needing to make grocery lists and hit the market. Blue Apron: 3 Delivered Meals for 2 People is valued at $59.94, and usually on sale for $27. For today only, get it for $25

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2) Save 17 percent on the Nifty MiniDrive and add 200GB to your MacBook.

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This miniature MicroSD card adapter adds 200GB of data to your Macbook so you don’t need to carry around an external drive. It’s the simplest and most convenient way to add space to your MacBook, and it doesn’t break the bank. The Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter is sold for $39.99, and is usually on sale for $36.99. Today only, get it for $32.99.

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3) Save $751 on the Complete Machine Learning Bundle.

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Master Artificial Intelligence with this online bundle offering 63.5 hours of training in Machine Learning. AI is behind today’s most exciting technology like self-driving cars and voice recognition – and you could be a part of it all. The Complete Machine Learning Bundle is valued at $780, and is usually on sale for $39. For today only, get it for $29

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