Forget the chocolates — the Leesa Mattress comes in a box and makes a great Valentine's gift, but instead of melting on your way home from dinner, it provides a great night's sleep once you're there. It's designed for all body types and all types of sleepers, is available exclusively online, and ships right to your door. Three layers of premium foam provide support, bounce, and consistent temperature to make each night's sleep better than the last, and Leesa donates one mattress to a homeless shelter for every ten sold. Made in the USA and with a 100-night risk free trial.
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Lollyphile, the crazy company behind the Absinthe, Maple-Bacon and Wasabi-Ginger suckers, has launched Candyphile, a candy-of-the-month club. Available in 4-month ($96), 6-month ($120) and 12-month ($204) subscriptions, you'll get a 4-pack of unique candy the first week of every month. But this isn't stuff like Twix and Butterfinger. Instead, you'll be getting hand-picked and hard-to-find candy that isn't distributed to most parts of the country. Get your mouth ready for some tasty, teeth-rotting surprises.
This sunday, don't just fix any old wings for your NFL-watching, beer-drinking crowd: fix the original hot wings with Anchor Bar Buffalo Chicken Wing Sauce ($6/12 oz.). Made using Teressa Bellissimo's original recipe from 1964, the sauce is a true original famous the world 'round. We don't know whether it can make your wings the "best in the world," but sure couldn't hurt.