Amidst all the parades and barbecues, tech deals abound to make Labor Day celebrations even more exciting.

Most people look forward to the Labor Day weekend to partake in the festivities and celebrate the triumphs of everyone in the country's workforce. Retailers join in on the fun by offering some of the biggest deals for tech products, ensuring bang in every buck customers will spend.

When it comes to tech deals, or any sale for that matter, the idea is that the bigger the savings, the better. There is merit in thinking like that but, of course, this does not mean that smaller discounts are not worth the trouble. It's more a matter of getting the most value. Still, it's hard to resist a product when it's selling for at least 70 percent less of what it used to.

But more than just letting customers score incredible savings, Labor Day tech deals ensure that there's something for everyone. From tablets and smartphones to video games and consoles, including an assortment of accessories, there's a tech deal for basically anyone interested.

Looking for a tablet? Apple and Android devices have always been on the forefront but Microsoft tablets are nothing to sneeze at either. Lenovo's 10.1-inch Miix 2, for instance, is a Windows 8.1 tablet and it's retailing $230 less as a Labor Day offering. Just use the coupon code "MIIX2DEAL" to take advantage of this tech deal from Lenovo.

Need a portable speaker? Amazon is a great place for Labor Day tech deals and one of the best available this year is a 70-percent cut on iHome speakers. This product features a collapsible design so it can go wherever users need it to go, a great benefit on top of the already-great benefit of spending just a fraction of the original price for a quality item.

Itching for a new video game title? Newly released Madden NFL 15 is available with a $10 discount while Borderlands 2 can be had for just $6.66. Can't get enough of Civilization? Get the complete edition at 50 percent off! For PC players who don't have a copy yet of Diablo III's Reaper of Souls, it is available for $19.99 from Best Buy, the cheapest price for the expansion at the moment.

Take note that some sales end when the Labor Day weekend ends, while some extend until the week after. Others also coincide with End of Summer promotions that only spell even more savings.

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