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This stylish space heater is on sale for just $80

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TL;DR: Through Nov. 23, you can get the FARA Classic Heater for just $79.99 instead of $99 — that’s a 19% discount.

The holidays may be chilly, but you could treat your friends and family to more than the warmth of good company. This season, we’re thankful for some truly incredible deals, including a 19% discount on the FARA Classic heater in blue or emerald green. Keep the family happy and cozy for just $79.99 with this versatile heater. No code needed. 

A portable, safe heater to keep your guests warm 

You may want to give your holiday guests the best experience you can, but heating a whole home is expensive. You could save money while keeping your friends and family comfortable by heating the room they’re in with a compact space heater like the FARA. 

And by compact, we mean the FARA is a little over eight inches tall and weighs 1.76 pounds. Hide a few around the room for the heating equivalent of surround sound. 

This small but powerful heater packs a 1,200W heating capacity. The manufacturers claim that’s enough to warm a 215-foot room, but it also has an 800W low power mode for steady warmth over a long period of time. Cranking up the heat before bed may feel nice, but sleeping through the night in affordable comfort is great too. It even has a hidden handle in case you want to move it a little closer to the bed.

The FARA comes with protection from tipping over and overheating, and the whole thing is made from flame-retardant materials. 

Keep yourself warm and your heating bill low 

Heating individual rooms with space heaters is a time-tested method of keeping your heating bill lower through the cold season. Place a FARA heater in a strategic location and bask in the warmth. Now until November 23 at 11:59 pm Pacific, get the FARA Classic Heater in blue or emerald green for just $79.99 (reg. $99).

Prices subject to change. 

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